Rutland County

11-200   United Way of Rutland County   The United Way of Rutland County identifies needs and facilitates solutions through community collaborations., 802-773-7477,


11-203   Green Mountain Council, Boy Scouts of America, Inc.   Prepares young people to make moral and ethical choices over their lifetime and provides opportunities for achievement, adventure and leadership skills., 802-244-5189,


11-207   Fair Haven Concerned   FHC identifies and assists with needs, referrals, and advocates for residents primarily in Fair Haven, West Haven, and Benson; secondary population served is Rutland County, 802-265-3666,


11-240   Michael Zemanek Memorial Foundation, Inc. (MZMF) Provides financial support to widows/ers - half-orphaned children of Vermont law enforcement officers who have died; faced catastrophic situations; provides equipment to the Vermont police academy., 802-505-9151,


11-250   Mobius, Vermont's Mentoring Partnership   Mobius provides resources and support to the 140+ youth mentoring programs in Vermont so they can succeed, grow, and meet the needs of their communities., 802-658-1888,


11-263   Vermont Bar Foundation (VBF) Supports essential legal services for low-income Vermonters by distributing funds to law related programs providing legal services or education about the courts and legal matters., 802-223-1400,


11-268   Vermont Foodbank   As Vermont's largest hunger relief organization, we help to feed 153,000 Vermonters annually and provide food and nutrition programs in schools, hospitals, and senior centers, 802-476-3341,


11-275   Vermont Catholic Charities   A statewide human service organization that provides support services to individuals, families and the elderly, 802-658-6111,


11-334   VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region   VNAHSR is a comprehensive, certified, home care, hospice and community health agency serving Rutland and Bennington County citizens with acute, chronic and terminal illness, 802-775-0568,


11-345   ARC   Advocacy, Resources and community organization for citizens with developmental disabilities and their families; focus on full community participation and rights to lifelong personal growth, 802-775-1370,


11-350   The Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging   SVCOA helps individuals 60+ meet the challenges of aging by providing meal support, case management, information and assistance and connections to other Vermont resources., 802-786-5990,


11-434   BROC BROC Community Action has a broad range of anti-poverty programs and services that offer hope and opportunity to persons of low to moderate income, 802-775-0878,

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