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United Way of

Addison County

Code 01-200 United Way of Addison County celebrating 40 years as a


leader in our community, bringing people and resources together to address
community needs. www.unitedwayaddisoncounty.org 802-236-8943
ryan@unitedwayaddisoncounty.org

Code 01-420 Addison County Home and Hospice, Inc. (ACHHH) Serves
all residents of Addison County regardless of their ability to pay. In 2008 we made
over 82,000 visits to patients referred by their physicians for clinical care at home.
www.achhh.org 802-388-7259 lgoetschius@achhh.org

Code 01-204 Addison County Parent Child Center (ACPCC) provides


support and education to families ensuring children get off to the right start with the
opportunity to grow up healthy, happy and productive. www.sover.net/thepcc/
802-388-3171 sharding@addisoncountypcc.org

Code 01-209 Bristol Family Center (BFC) The Bristol Family Center is a
licensed, accredited early care and education center for children ages six months
through six years. 802-453-5659 bfc@gmavt.net

Code 01-206 Champlain Valley Agency on Aging, Inc. (CVAA) CVAA


assists people 60 and older age with independence and dignity through Case
Management, Meals on Wheels, and information & referral services.
www.cvaa.org 802-865-0360 info@cvaa.org

Code 01- 207 Foxcroft Farm Harvest Program, Inc. Help struggling youth
to become engaged in their education, stay in school and graduate to become caring,
responsible, productive and contributing members of their community.
802-247-3375 foxcroftfarmvt@aol.com

Code 01-218 Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains Serving
New Hampshire and Vermont (GSGWM). Girl Scouting builds girls of
courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.
www.girlscoutsgwm.org 888-474-9686 kgreen@girlscountsgwm.org

Code 01-202 HOPE (Addison County Community Action Group


(ACCAG)) Poverty relief services include food shelf, clothing, household goods,
housing and utility payments, self-help, services for the homeless, housing for
persons with special needs. www.hope-vt.org 802-388-6608 jmontross@hope-vt.org

Code 01-205 Lund Family Center, Inc. Helping children thrive for 119
years, Lund provides: Residential and Community Treatment for pregnant or
parenting young women; Adoption; and Family Support and Resources.
www.lundfamilycenter.org 802-864-7467 info@lundfamilycenter.org

Code 01-415 Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Vermont We grant the wishes


of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience
with hope, strength and joy. www.makeawishvermont.org 802-864-9393
makeawish@vermont.wish.org

Code 01-423 National Alliance on Mental Illness of Vermont (NAMI −


Vermont) Provides support, education & advocacy to improve the quality of life for
over 40,000 Vermonters who live with serious mental illness & their family
members. www.namivt.org 800-639-6480 namivt@myfairpoint.net

Code 01-411 Planned Parenthood of New England (PPNNE) Provides


comprehensive family planning and health care services. Our mission also includes
sexuality education professional training services and public affairs advocacy.
www.ppnne.org 800-287-8188 supportus@ppnne.org

Code 01-393 Starbase Vermont Incorporated serves youth and schools by


providing hands-on, activity-based learning in science, technology, engineering,
math, and personal development skills. www.starbasevt.org 802-660-5201
douglas.gilman@vtburl.ang.af.mil

Code 01-228 Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
(VABVI) VABVI’s mission is to enable Vermonters with vision problems, whether
blindness or impairment, to achieve and maintain independence. We offer free
training, services and support. www.vabvi.org 800-639-5861 general@vabvi.org

Code 01-212 Vermont Children’s Aid Society (VCAS) Offers


comprehensive adoption and counseling services, parenting education programs,
therapeutic recreation summer camps for adopted children, and service for families
of incarcerated mothers. www.vtcas.org 802-655-0006 mainadm@vtcas.org

Code 01- 267 Vermont Committee for AIDS Resources, Education and
Services (Vermont CARES) assist people living with and at risk of HIV/AIDS
through direct support services, HIV education, testing and prevention.
www.vtcares.org 800-649-2437 peter@vtcares.org

Code 01-217 WomenSafe, Inc. 802-388-4205 or 800-388-4205 24-hour


hotline: 802-388-4205 or 800-388-4205, crisis support, advocacy, supervised
visitation, outreach & education to victims of domestic/sexual violence; community
education serving Addison County & Rochester. www.womensafe.net 802-388-
9180 ns@womensafe.net
United Way of
Bennington County

Code 02-218 Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains serving
New Hampshire and Vermont (GSGWM). Girl Scouting builds girls of
courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.
kgreen@girlscoutsgwm.org 888-474-9686 www.girlscoutsgwm.org

Code 02-415 Make-A-Wish Foundation of Vermont We grant the wishes


of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience
with hope, strength and joy. www.makeawishvermont.org 802-864-9393
makeawish@vermont.wish.org

Code 02-423 National Alliance on Mental Illness – Vermont (NAMI −


Vermont) provides support, education & advocacy to improve the quality of life for
over 40,000 Vermonters who live with serious mental illness & their family
members. www.namivt.org 800-639-6480 info@namivt.org

Code 02-411 Planned Parenthood of New England (PPNNE) Provides


comprehensive family planning and health care services. Our mission also includes
sexuality education professional training services and public affairs advocacy.
www.ppnne.org 800-287-8188 supportus@ppnne.org

Code 02-393 Starbase Vermont Incorporated serves youth and schools by


providing hands-on, activity-based learning in science, technology, engineering,
math, and personal development skills. www.starbasevt.org
802-660-5201 douglas.gilman@vtburl.ang.af.mil

Code 02-228 Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
VABVI) VABVI’s mission is to enable Vermonters with vision problems, whether
blindness or impairment, to achieve and maintain independence. We offer free
training, services and support. www.vabvi.org 800-639-5861 general@vabvi.org

Code 02-266 Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL) Works to


services that help support self determination and full participation in community
life promote the dignity, independence and civil rights of Vermonters with
disabilities. Committed to cross disability services, promotes active citizenship and
working with others to create www.@vcil.org 802-229-0501 www.@vcil.org

United Way of
Chittenden County
Code 04-200 United Way of Chittenden County Bringing together people
from across our community to find solutions through strategic partnerships and
investment in a network of high-performing programs to achieve lasting results.
www.unitedwaycc.org 802-864-7541

Code 04-401 American Cancer Society, New England Division A


nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to
eliminating cancer by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering,
through research, education, advocacy and service. www.cancer.org 802-872-6313
Hilary.Casillas@cancer.org

Code 04-208 American Red Cross, Northern Vermont Chapter


A humanitarian organization helping people prevent, prepare for, and cope with
emergencies. Programs include safety education and training, disaster relief and
preparedness, and international services. www.nvtredcross.org 802-660-9130
coughlin@nvtredcross.org

Code 04-428 Boys & Girls Club of Burlington Inc. The club helps youth to
realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens through
enriching and affordable after school and summer programming.
www.bandgclub.org 802-864-5263 1hale@bandgclub.org

Code 04-206 Champlain Valley Agency on Aging, Inc. (CVAA) CVAA


assists people 60 and older with independence and dignity through Case
Management, Meals on Wheels, and Information & Referral services.
www.cvaa.org 802-865-0360 info@cvaa.org

Code 04-235 Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity, Inc.


(CVOEO) Provides a wide variety of vital services to approximately eight
thousand households every year from 18 locations scattered around the Champlain
Valley region. www.cvoeo.org 802-863-6248 ext 736 mtreanor@cvoeo.org

Code 04-376 Child Care Resource (CCR) Provides a range of important


services that assist families and child care providers in making child care work, and
in helping children overcome obstacles so that they can succeed in life.
www.childcareresource.org 802-863-3367 emeyer@childcareresource.org

Code 04-340 Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS) is the largest


service provider for the homeless in Vermont, providing shelter, housing and
support services to approximately 1,600 men, women and children each year.
www.cotsonline.org 802-864-7402 bethk@cotsonline.org
Code 04-390 Community Health Center of Burlington CHCB provides
access to affordable health and human services and dental care to low
income, uninsured and homeless Vermonters.
www.chcb.org 802-864-6309 ext 190 acalderara@chcb.org

Code 04-265 Foster Grandparent Program Provides limited income adults


60 years and older with rewarding volunteer roles working with children and youth
in a variety of community settings. www.unitedwaycc.org 802-860-1677
fgp@unitedwaycc.org

Code 04-218 Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains serving
New Hampshire and Vermont (GSGWM) Girl scouting builds girls of
courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.
www.girlscoutsgwm.org 888-474-9686 kgreen@girlscoutsgwm.org

Code 04-302 Greater Burlington Young Men’s Christian Association,


Inc. (Greater Burlington YMCA) Builds strong kids, strong families, and
strong communities with child care, camping, recreation, and wellness programs
accessible to all. www.gbymca.org 802-862-9622 info@gbymca.org

Code 04-279 HomeShare Vermont, Inc. Helping elders and people with
disabilities remain in their homes by matching them with people who are looking for
affordable housing and/or caregiving opportunities.
www.homesharevermont.org 802-863-5625 home@sover.net

Code 04-311 Howard Center, Inc. A non-profit organization that improves


the well-being of children, adults, families, and communities by providing mental
health, substance abuse, developmental, and child and family services.
www.howardcenter.org 802-488-6000 hc@howardcenter.org

Code 04-394 KidSafe Collaborative, Inc. (Community Network for


Children, Youth and Families) works with over forty partner agencies to
prevent child abuse and neglect; multidisciplinary Child Protection Teams provide
coordinated services to at- risk children and families. www.kidsafevt.org 802-863-
9626 sallyb@kidsafevt.org

Code 04-205 Lund Family Center Helping children thrive for 119 years,
Lund provides: Residential and Community Treatment for pregnant or parenting
young women; Adoption; and Family Support and Resources.
www.lundfamilycenter.org 802-864-7467 info@lundfamilycenter.org

Code 04-415 Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Vermont Grants the wishes of


children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience
with hope, strength and joy.
www.makeawishvermont.org 802-864-9393 makeawish@vermont.wish.org

Code 04-210 Maple Leaf Farm Associates, Inc. Maple Leaf Farm in
Underhill provides comprehensive substance abuse services including medically
supervised detoxification and residential treatment for adults age 18 and older.
www.mapleleaf.org 802-899-2911 info@mapleleaf.org

Code 04-421 Milton Family Community Center (MFCC) Provides over


fifteen programs to assist families and individuals to become more successful in
raising a family and become more self-sufficient. www.miltonfamilycenter.org
802-893-1457 bchornyak@miltonfamilycenter.org

Code 04-423 National Alliance on Mental Illness-Vermont (NAMI –


Vermont) Provides support, education & advocacy to improve the quality of life
for over 40,000 Vermonters who live with serious mental illness & their family
members. www.namivt.org 800-639-6480 namivt@myfairpoint.net

Code 04-411 Planned Parenthood of Northern New England (PPNNE)


Provides comprehensive family planning and health care services. Our mission also
includes sexuality education, professional training services and public affairs
advocacy. www.ppnne.org 800-287-8188 supportus@ppnne.org

Code 04-262 Prevent Child Abuse Vermont (PCAVT) offers twelve free
statewide prevention programs, including family support programs and child sexual
abuse prevention programs. www.pcavt.org 802-229-5724 pcavt@pcavt.org

Code 04-379 ReCycle North Serves as environmental stewards by reducing


the amount of materials going to landfills; provides educational training; and helps
alleviate poverty through economic opportunities.
www.recyclenorth.org 802-658-4143 info@recyclenorth.org

Code 04-264 Ronald McDonald House Charities (Ronald McDonald


House(RMHC)) provides emotional support, comfort and temporary lodging to
families with children receiving medical treatment at Vermont Children’s Hospital.
www.rmh-vermont.org 802-862-4943 pgfenimore@comcast.net

Code 04-287 RSVP of Chittenden County Adults, age 55 and older,


volunteer to meet a variety of community needs in non-profit agencies throughout
Chittenden County. www.unitedwaycc.org 802-860-1677 rsvp@unitedwaycc.org

Code 04-309 Sara Holbrook Community Center (SHCC) Works to


develop responsible and productive children, youth and families through
educational, recreational and support programs: preschool, after school, teens,
English instruction, summer camps & emergency assistance.
www.saraholbrookcc.org 802-862-6342

Code 04-392 Spectrum Youth and Family Services Provides homeless,


foster and at-risk youth with shelter & support services. Spectrum One Stop (SOS),
located in Burlington, is an emergency youth shelter, drop-in, and multi-service
center, that offers a comprehensive continuum of services, including health care,
mental health counseling and education. www.spectrumvt.org 802-864-7423 ext. 330
jwhite@spectrumvt.org

Code 04-393 Starbase Vermont Incorporated serves youth and schools by


providing hands-on, activity-based learning in science, technology, engineering,
math, and personal development skills. douglas.gilman@vtburl.ang.af.mil
802-660-5201 www.starbasevt.org

Code 04-426 The DREAM Program, Inc. (Directing through Recreation


Education Adventure and Mentoring) Is a Vermont based mentoring program
that partners college student mentors with children from low-income housing
communities in long-term relationships.
www.dreamprogram.org 802-655-9015 mloner@dreamprogram.org

Code 04-419 The Salvation Army provides meals, clothing, food and
emergency funds to people of greater Burlington based solely on need, and provides
disaster assistance. www.use.salvationarmy.org/greaterburlington
802-864-6991 karin_dickson@use.salvationarmy.org

Code 04-228 Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
(VABVI) VABVI’s mission is to enable Vermonters with vision problems, whether
blindness or impairment, to achieve and maintain independence. We offer free
training, services and support. www.vabvi.org 800-639-5861 general@vabvi.org

Code 04-267 Vermont CARES (Vermont Committee for AIDS


Resources, Education, and Services) assists people living with and at risk of
HIV/AIDS through direct support services, HIV education and testing, and
prevention. www.vtcares.org 800-649-2437 peter@vtcares.org

Code 04-266 Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL) works to


promote the dignity, independence, and civil rights of Vermonters with disabilities.
VCIL is committed to cross disability services, the promotion of active citizenship,
and working with others to create services that support self-determination and full
participation in community life. www.vcil.org 802-229-0501 czullo@vcil.org

Code 04-422 Vermont Child Care Industry and Careers Council


(VCCICC) provides professional development opportunities for child care
professionals, including Registered Apprenticeship, On-the-Job Training
(incumbent workers) and Certificates of Proficiency at the high school level.
www.vtchildcareindustry.org 802-985-2700 vccicc@myfairpoint.net

Code 04-212 Vermont Children’s Aid Society (VCAS) VCAS offers


comprehensive adoption and counseling services, parenting education programs,
therapeutic recreation summer camps for adopted children & services for families
of incarcerated mothers. www.vtcas.org 802-655-0006 mainadm@vtcas.org

Code 04-430 Vermont Works for Women (VWW) Celebrating 23 years of


award-winning work helping women and girls explore, pursue and excel in
nontraditional careers that pay a livable wage.
www.vtworksforwomen.org 802-655-8900 tbluemle@vtworksforwomen.org

Code 04-425 Visiting Nurse Association of Chittenden and Grand Isle


Counties (VNA) The VNA cares for individuals and families through health and
related services in homes and other community settings.
www.vnacares.org 802-658-1900 info@vnacares.org

Code 04-429 Women Helping Battered Women(WHBW) WHBW exists to


support , identify options and advocate for those who have experienced domestic
violence and to serve as a catalyst for social change.
www.whbw.org 802-658-3131 jennied@whbw.org

Code 04-285 Women’s Rape Crisis Center (WRCC) Provides support and
advocacy to survivors of sexual violence. We also offer prevention education.
24 hour hotline 802-863-1236. www.stoprapevermont.org 802-864-0555
portnoy@stoprapevermont.org

Franklin/Grand Isle
United Way

Code 06-200 Franklin-Grand Isle United Way (FGIUW) Offers the


collective power of people working toward long-term community solutions. We
provide resources in support of programs for 24 health/human service agencies.
www.fgiunitedway.org 802-527-7418 info@fgiunitedway.org

Code 06-208 American Red Cross, Northern Vermont Chapter A


humanitarian organization helping people prevent, prepare for, and cope with
emergencies. Programs include safety education and training, disaster relief and
preparedness, and international services. www.nvtredcross.org 802-660-9130
coughlin@nvtredcross.org
Code 06-206 Champlain Valley Agency on Aging, Inc. (CVAA) assists
people 60 and older with independence and dignity through Case Management,
Meals on Wheels, and information & referral services. www.cvaa.org 802-865-
0360 info@cvaa.org

Code 06-265 Foster Grandparent Program Provides limited income adults


60 years and older with rewarding volunteer roles working with children and youth
in a variety of community settings.
www.unitedwaycc.org 802-860-1677 fgp@unitedwaycc.org

Code 06-282 Franklin County Home Health Agency, Inc. (FCHHA) A


voluntary, non-profit, Medicare certified organization that provides home health,
hospice and community long term care services.
www.fchha.org 802-527-7531 jmccarthy@fchha.org

Code 06-299 Franklin Grand Isle Community Action/ Champlain


Valley Office of Economic Opportunity, Inc.(FGICA/CVOEO) works
with low income individuals and families to help them meet their basic needs and
work towards economic stability. tpoulin@cvoeo.org 802-527-7392
www.cvoeo.org

Code 06-218 Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains serving
New Hampshire and Vermont (GSGWM) Girl Scouting builds girls of
courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.
kgreen@girlscoutsgwm.org 888-474-9686 www.girlscoutsgwm.org

Code 06-205 Lund Family Center, Inc Helping children thrive for 119 years,
Lund provides: Residential and Community Treatment for pregnant or parenting
young women; Adoption; and Family Support and Resources.
www.lundfamilycenter.org 802-864-7467 info@lundfamilycenter.org

Code 06-415 Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Vermont grants wishes of


children with life threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience
with hope, strength and joy.
www.makeawishvermont.org 802-864-9393 makeawish@vermont.wish.org

Code 06-210 Maple Leaf Farm Associates, Inc. Maple Leaf Farm in
Underhill provides comprehensive substance abuse services including medically
supervised detoxification and residential treatment for adults age 18 and older.
www.mapleleaf.org 802-899-2911 info@mapleleaf.org

Code 06-423 National Alliance on Mental Illness-Vermont (NAMI –


Vermont) Provides support, education & advocacy to improve the quality of life
for over 40,000 Vermonters who live with serious mental illness & their family
members. www.namivt.org 800-639-6480 namivt@myfairpoint.net

Code 06-411 Planned Parenthood of Northern New England (PPNNE)


Provides comprehensive family planning and health care services. Our mission also
includes sexuality education professional training services and public affairs
advocacy. www.ppnne.org 800-287-8188 supportus@ppnne.org

Code 06-262 Prevent Child Abuse Vermont (PCAVT) offers twelve free
statewide prevention programs, including family support programs and child sexual
abuse prevention programs. www.pcavt.org 802-229-5724 pcavt@pcavt.org

Code 06-237 Samaritan House, Inc. (SHI) Provides temporary shelter,


transitional housing, case management, advocacy, food and other basic needs to
homeless men, women, and families without other options.
www.samaritanhouseinc.org 802-373-6505 lindaryan3@comcast.net

Code 06-393 Starbase Vermont Incorporated serves youth and schools by


providing hands-on, activity-based learning in science, technology, engineering,
math, and personal development skills. douglas.gilman@vtburl.ang.af.mil
802-660-5201 www.starbasevt.org

Code 06- 433 The Common Ground Youth Center serves as a youth
program during non-school hours 7th-12th grade youth. Serves nine different
communities and centrally located in St. Albans. Programs include: Music, Arts,
Athletics, Mentoring and Environmental. Commongroundcenter@gmail.com
802-782-1811 www.commongroundcenter.com

Code 06-228 Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
(VABVI) VABVI’s mission is to enable Vermonters with vision problems, whether
blindness or impairment, to achieve and maintain independence. We offer free
training, services and support. www.vabvi.org 800-639-5861 general@vabvi.org

Code 06-266 Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL) works to


promote the dignity, independence, and civil rights of Vermonters with disabilities.
VCIL is committed to cross disability services, the promotion of active citizenship,
and working with others to create services that support self-determination and full
participation in community life. czullo@vcil.org 802-229-0501 www.vcil.org
Code 06-344 Voices Against Violence/Laurie’s House provides shelter,
support and advocacy services to victims/survivors of domestic and sexual
violence
and their children in Franklin/Grand Isle counties as well as
awareness/prevention
activities. voices@cvoeo.org 802-524-8538 www.cvoeo.org

Green Mountain
United Way

Code 12-200 Green Mountain United Way Funds vital human


service programs in Caledonia, Essex, Orange, Orleans & Washington Counties.
Focuses on economic advancement, health, education & community needs.
www.gmunitedway.org 802-229-9532 info@gmunitedway.org

Code 12-271 Aid to Women, Men, and Children in Abuse and Rape
Emergencies (AWARE) Offers victim support and services, education, and 24-
hour emergency hotline assistance to address domestic and sexual violence in our
community. 802-472-6463 aware@vtlink.net

Code 12-338 Area Agency on Aging for Northeastern Vermont Provides


information, assistance and support for adults age 60+ (and their families) to remain
healthy and independent. Meals on Wheels, Senior HelpLine, Health Insurance
Counseling. www.nevaaa.org 800-642-5119 info@nevaaa.org

Code 12-247 Battered Women’s Services And Shelter, Inc. (BWSS)


provides a 24-hour toll free hotline 1-877-543-9498, advocacy, support services and
emergency shelter to victims of domestic violence.

Code 12-201 Central Vermont Community Action Council (CVCAC)


Helps low-income people become economically self-sufficient with Head Start,
Weatherization, Individual Development Accounts, Fuel Assistance, Community
Economic Development, workforce development, emergency services and more.
www.cvcac.org 802-479-1053 hcohen@cvcac.org

Code 12-269 Central Vermont Community Land Trust (CVCLT) creates


and sustains safe, decent, and affordable housing and builds strong and diverse
communities. Building Homes, Building Community, Building Trust.
cwood@cvclt.org 802-476-4493 X206 www.cvclt.org

Code 12-225 Central Vermont Council on Aging (CVCOA) Supports


individuals 60+ to stay independent through Case Management, Nutrition and other
services. Senior HelpLine: 1-800-642-5119.
www.cvcoa.org 802-479-0531 cvcoa@cvcoa.org
Code 12-211 Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice (CVHHH) Is a
not for profit Visiting Nurse Association governed by a voluntary Corporation and
Board of Directors. We provide intermittent, medically-necessary nursing and
rehabilitative therapies in the comfort and privacy of the patients home.
www.cvhhh.org 802-223-1878 bbutler@cvhhh.org

Code 12-412 Central Vermont Humane Society (CVHS) operates a shelter


and works to ensure the humane treatment of domestic animals and promotes the
advancement of animal welfare.
www.cvhumane.com 802-476-3811 info@cvhumane.com

Code 12-351 Family Center of Washington County Fosters positive growth


and development of young children and families, offering safe, nurturing services
for children, families and service providers.
www.fcwcvt.org 802-262-3292 familycenter@fcwcvt.org

Code 12-265 Foster Grandparent Program Provides limited income adults


60 years and older with rewarding volunteer roles working with children and youth
in a variety of community settings.
www.unitedwaycc.org 802-860-1677 fgp@unitedwaycc.org

Code 12-414 Frontier Animal Society of Vermont Provides unwanted


animals of Orleans & Essex Counties with shelter and medical care and the
opportunity to find permanent and loving homes. www.frontieranimalsociety.com
802-754-2228 betsyhhampton@yahoo.com

Code 12-218 Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains serving
New Hampshire and Vermont (GSGWM). Girl Scouting builds girls of
courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.
kgreen@girlscoutsgwm.org 888-474-9686 www.girlscoutsgwm.org

Code 12-361 Good Beginnings of Central Vermont Volunteer mothers of


all ages offer free ongoing support, community resources, education and advocacy
through weekly home visits to parents of birth and adopted babies in Central
Vermont. www.Centralvt.goodbeginnings.net 802-485-8430 snevin@tds.net

Code 12-203 Green Mountain Council Boy Scouts of America Is an


educational resource for boys and young coed adults to build character, appreciate
the values of responsibilities in good citizenship, and develop personal fitness.
www.scoutingvermont.org 802-244-5189 info@scoutingvermont.org
Code 12-205 Lund Family Center Helping children thrive for 119
years, Lund provides: Residential and Community Treatment for
pregnant or parenting young women; Adoption; and Family Support
and Resources. www.lundfamilycenter.org 802-864-7467
info@lundfamilycenter.org

Code 12-415 Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Vermont Grants wishes of


children with life threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience
with hope, strength and joy.
www.makeawishvermont.org 802-864-9393 makeawish@vermont.wish.org

Code 12-210 Maple Leaf Farm Associates, Inc. Maple Leaf Farm in
Underhill provides comprehensive substance abuse services including medically
supervised detoxification and residential treatment for adults age 18 and older.
www.mapleleaf.org 802-899-2911 info@mapleleaf.org

Code 12-270 March of Dimes – Vermont Chapter improves the


health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant
mortality through research, education advocacy and community programs.

www.marchofdimes.com/vermont 802-479-3265

Code 12-423 National Alliance on Mental Illness – Vermont (NAMI−


Vermont) Provides support, education & advocacy to improve the quality of life
for over 40,000 Vermonters who live with serious mental illness & their family
members. www.namivt.org 800-639-6480 namivt@myfairpoint.net

Code 12-220 Northeast Kingdom Human Services, Inc. (NKHS)


Provider of mental health, developmental and substance abuse services for residents
of Caledonia, Essex, and Orleans counties challenged by conditions affecting mind,
body and spirit. rmarquette@nkhs.net 802-334-6744 www.nkhs.org

Code 12-307 Orange County Court Diversion Orange County citizen


board members give selected first time offenders a chance to compensate victims
and communities for their offenses and to avoid a criminal record. 802-685-3172
occdp@sover.net

Code 12-397 Oxbow Senior Independence Program (OSIP) Adult Day


Services is a weekday program serving adults with physical and/or cognitive
impairments to facilitate the maintenance or improvement of their current level of
independence. www.osipads.org 802-866-5465 osipads@gmail.com

Code 12-411 Planned Parenthood of Northern New England (PPNNE)


Provides comprehensive family planning and health care services. Our mission also
includes sexuality education professional training services and public affairs
advocacy. www.ppnne.org 800-287-8188 supportus@ppnne.org

Code 12-262 Prevent Child Abuse Vermont (PCAVT) offers twelve free
statewide prevention programs, including family support programs and child sexual
abuse prevention programs. www.pcavt.org 802-229-5724 pcavt@pcavt.org

Code 12-329 RSVP & Volunteer Center for Central Vermont &
Northeast Kingdom RSVP is a nationwide program whose mission and direct
service is to help meet community needs by placing volunteers in area community
non-profit organizations.
www.volunteervt.com 802-828-4770 Mgdaddy105@aol.com

Code 12-393 Starbase Vermont Incorporated serves youth and schools by


providing hands-on, activity-based learning in science, technology, engineering,
math, and personal development skills. douglas.gilman@vtburl.ang.af.mil
802-660-5201 www.starbasevt.org

Code 12-432 The Francis Foundation, Inc. Is a non-profit that supports


extremely challenging children and young adults. The program insures that they
develop positive relationships for both cognitive and emotional development.
www.thefrancisfoundation.org 802-229-6369

Code 12-253 The Umbrella of St. Johnsbury (Umbrella) Umbrella


supports victims of domestic and sexual violence; improves families’ access to
affordable, quality child care; and provides supervised visitation services to families
in transition. www.umbrellanek.org 802-748-1992 michelle@umbrellanek.org

Code 12-228 Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
(VABVI) VABVI’s mission is to enable Vermonters with vision problems, whether
blindness or impairment, to achieve and maintain independence. We offer free
training, services and support. www.vabvi.org 800-639-5861 general@vabvi.org

Code 12-267 Vermont CARES (Committee for AIDS Resources,


Education, and Services) assists people living with and at risk of HIV/AIDS
through direct support services, HIV education, testing, and prevention.
www.vtcares.org 800-649-2437 peter@vtcares.org

Code 12-266 Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL) Works to


promote the dignity, independence, and civil rights of Vermonters with disabilities.
VCIL is committed to cross disability services, promotes active citizenship and
working with others to create services that help support self determination and full
participation in community life czullo@vcil.org 802-229-0501 www.@vcil.org
Code 12-212 Vermont Children’s Aid Society Offers comprehensive
adoption and counseling services, parenting education programs, therapeutic
recreation summer camps for adoptive children and services for families of
incarcerated mothers. www.vtcas.org 802-655-0006 mainadm@vtcas.org

Code 12-268 Vermont Foodbank Mission is to gather and share quality food
and nurture partnerships that will end hunger in Vermont.
www.vtfoodbank.org 802-477-4115 mbaptiewright@vtfoodbankorg

Code 12-261 Washington County Court Diversion Program


Community Justice alternative to court for first-time offenders making amends for
offenses. Alcohol Safety Program mandates/monitors interventions for underage
alcohol violations. www.wcdiversion.org 802-828-0600 wcdp@comcast.net

Code 12-301 Washington County Mental Health Services, Inc.


(WCMHS) Services include adult, children’s outpatient; 24/7 emergency
response; specialized programs for adults with developmental disabilities, serious
and persistent mental illness and children with severe emotional disturbance.
www.wcmhs.org 802-229-0591

United Way of
Lamoille County

Code 08-200 United Way of Lamoille County working with local partners to
bring about positive changes in the community. Developing new initiatives and
raising and distributing funds to meet identified community needs.
unitedway@pshift.com 802-888-3252 www.uwlamoille.org

Code 08-201 Central Vermont Community Action Council (CVAC)


Helps low-income people become economically self-sufficient with Head Start,
Weatherization, Individual Development Accounts, Fuel Assistance, Community
Economic Development, workforce development, emergency services and more.
www.cvcac.org 802-888-7993 sneely@cvcac.org

Code 08-274 Lamoille County Court Diversion Restorative Justice


Programs, Inc. (LCCDRJP) Offers a range of services that focus on
delinquency prevention and intervention with an emphasis on restorative justice
strategies. www.lamoillecourtdiversion.org 802-888-5871 cmaloney@pshift.com

Code 08-277 Lamoille Family Center (LFC) We educate, encourage and


celebrate families. We advocate for the spirit of community as family because it
takes a whole community to raise a child.
www.lamoillefamilycenter.org 802-888-5229 Pmatten.lfc@pshift.com
Code 08-278 Lamoille Home Health Agency, Inc. (Lamoille Home
Health & Hospice) As a comprehensive home health agency, our nurses, aides,
therapists, homemakers and personal care attendants provide high quality care to
Lamoille County residents in their own homes. 802-888-4651 www.1hha.org

Code 08-273 Lamoille Women’s Crisis Home Inc. (Clarina Howard


Nichols Center) Provides shelter, hotline and advocacy for victims and survivors
of sexual and domestic violence as well as prevention and public education.
www.clarina.org 802 888-2584 jralph@clarina.org

Code 08-210 Maple Leaf Farm Associates, Inc. Maple Leaf Farm in
Underhill provides comprehensive substance abuse services including medically
supervised detoxification and residential treatment for adults age 18 and older.
www.mapleleaf.org 802-899-2911 info@mapleleaf.org

Code 08-272 Meals on Wheels of Lamoille County (MOW) Provides hot,


nutritious meals to senior citizens and disabled adults throughout Lamoille County.
Proper nutrition is essential to good health and recovery.
802-888-5011 mow@vtlink.net

Code 08-329 RSVP & Volunteer Center for Central Vermont &
Northeast Kingdom RSVP is a nationwide program whose mission and direct
service is to help meet community needs by placing volunteers in area community
non-profit organizations.
www.volunteervt.com 802-828-4770 Mgdaddy105@aol.com

United Way of
Rutland County
Code 11-200 United Way of Rutland County A catalyst through which local
area participants build stronger and healthier communities. Participants include
recipients, agencies, donors, Board of Directors and volunteers.
www.uwrutlandcounty.org 802-773-7477 uwrc@aol.com

Code 11-345 Association for Retarded Citizens – Rutland Area (ARC)


An advocacy, resource and community organization for citizens with developmental
disabilities and their families offering; support to advocacy groups, transportation,
newsletters, dances and representative payee services. 802-775-1370
arcrutlandarea@myfairpoint.net

Code 11-434 BROC-Community Action in Southwestern


Vermont Is a multi-service agency offering a broad scope of programs, services
and opportunities to help low to moderate income persons become self-sufficient.
www.broc.org 802-775-0878 LRooker175@aol.com

Code 11-416 Castleton’s Community of Promise (CCOP) is an alliance of


Castleton community leaders committed to providing opportunities to nurture,
support and strengthen families and children to ensure safe, happy, and healthy
growth. bwithrowvt@yahoo.com 802-273-3954

Code 11-435 Child First Advocacy Center (CFAC) Provides structure as a


central agency through which a collaborative response to allegations of child sexual
abuse is coordinated. 802 747-0200 childfirstadvocacycenter@myfairpoint.net

Code 11-426 The DREAM Program, Inc. (Directing through


Recreation Education Adventure and Mentoring) is a Vermont based
mentoring
program that partners college student mentors with children from low-income
housing communities in long term relationships. mloner@dreamprogram.org
802-655-9015 www.dreamprogram.org

Code 11-318 Fair Haven Concerned, Inc. (FHC) Is a non-profit


organization established to identify and help our neighbors in times of need,
primarily from Fair Haven, West Haven and Benson, Vermont, and secondarily
from neighboring towns in Rutland County. www.sover.net/∼fhc 802-265-3666
fhci@comcast.net

Code 11-207 Foxcroft Farm Harvest Program, Inc. Helping struggling


youth to become engaged in their education, stay in school, and graduate to become
caring, responsible, productive and contributing members of their community.
802-247-3375 foxcroftfarmvt@aol.com

Code 11-218 Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains serving
New Hampshire and Vermont. (GSGWM) Girl Scouting builds girls of
courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.
kgreen@girlscoutsgwm.org 888-474-9686 www.girlscoutsgwm.org

Code 11-415 Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Vermont Grants the wishes of


children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience
with hope, strength and joy.
www.makeawishvermont.org 802-864-9393 makeawish@vermont.wish.org

Code 11-423 National Alliance on Mental Illness – Vermont (NAMI−


Vermont) Provides support, education & advocacy to improve the quality of life
for over 40,000 Vermonters who live with serious mental illness & their family
members. www.namivt.org 800-639-6480 namivt@myfairpoint.net
Code 11-411 Planned Parenthood of Northern New England (PPNNE)
Provides comprehensive family planning and health care services. Our mission also
includes sexuality education professional training services and public affairs
advocacy. www.ppnne.org 800-287-8188 supportus@ppnne.org

Code 11-262 Prevent Child Abuse – Vermont Offers twelve free statewide
prevention programs, including family support programs and child sexual abuse
prevention programs. www.pcavt.org 802-229-5724 pcavt@pcavt.org

Code 11-418 Recovery House, Inc. Serenity House programs have provided
residential substance abuse detoxification, treatment, and therapeutic community
services for men and women for almost four decades.
802.446.2640 meobrien@vermontel.net

Code 11-334 Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice


(RAVNAH) Is a comprehensive, certified, home care and community health
agency serving the citizens of Rutland County with acute, chronic and terminal
illness. www.ravnah.org 802-775-0568 info@ravnah.org

Code 11-308 Rutland County Court Diversion & Restorative Justice


Center, Inc. (RCCD & RJC) Utilizes the community to respond to criminal
behavior by holding offenders accountable and by providing support for victims of
crime. 802-775-2479 Ext 11 RBCourtDiversion@comcast.com
HTTP://rutlandcountycourtdiversion.org

Code 11-355 Rutland County Parent Child Center, Inc. (RCPPC) One of
16 PCCs located throughout Vermont, is a community based, non-profit
organization dedicated to supporting and meeting the needs of children and
families.
www.rcpcc.org 802-775-9711 ceo.rcpcc@gmail.com

Code 11-213 Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging (SVCOA) Helps


individuals meet the challenges of aging, providing case management, meal support,
information & assistance, with priority attention given to frail, low income elders.
dianenovak@svcoa.org 802-786-5990 www.svcoa.org

Code 11-393 Starbase Vermont Incorporated serves youth and schools


by
providing hands-on, activity-based learning in science, technology, engineering,
math, and personal development skills. douglas.gilman@vtburl.ang.af.mil
802-660-5201 www.starbasevt.org
Code 11-363 The Compassionate Friends, Rutland Chapter (TCF) Is a
self-help organization offering friendship, understanding and hope to bereaved
parents and families. 802-446-2278

Code 11-228 Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
(VABVI) VABVI’s mission is to enable Vermonters with vision problems, whether
blindness or impairment, to achieve and maintain independence. We offer free
training, services and support. www.vabvi.org 800-639-5861 general@vabvi.org

Code 11-267 Vermont CARES (Committee for AIDS Resources,


Education and Services) Assists people living with and at risk of HIV/AIDS
through direct support services, HIV education, testing, and prevention.
www.vtcares.org 800-649-2437 peter@vtcares.org

Code 11-275 Vermont Catholic Charities, Inc. Is a licensed, state-wide


human service organization, of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington.
www.vermontcatholic.org 802-658-6111 charities@vermontcatholic.org

Code 06-266 Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL) Works to


promote the dignity, independence, and civil rights of Vermonters with disabilities.
VCIL is committed to cross disability services, the promotion of active citizenship,
and working with others to create services that support self-determination and full
participation in community life. czullo@vcil.org 802-229-0501 www.vcil.org

Code 11-212 Vermont Children’s Aid Society Offers comprehensive


adoption and counseling services, parenting education programs, therapeutic
recreation summer camps for adopted children and services for families of
incarcerated mothers. www.vtcas.org 802-655-0006 mainadm@vtcas.org

United Way of the


Upper Valley
(Upper Valley United Way)
(Includes organizations from United Way of Southern Windsor which is now
managed by United Way of Upper Valley)

Code 15-200 United Way of the Upper Valley (Upper Valley United
Way) Investing in community building efforts, local needs assessments,
fundraising and grant funding to over 80 programs serving area residents of the
VT/NH Upper Valley Region.
www.uvuw.org 603-448-2766 info@uvuw.org

Code 15-218 Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains serving
New Hampshire and Vermont (GSGWM) Girl scouting builds girls of
courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.
kgreen@girlscoutsgwm.org 888-474-9686 www.girlscoutsgwm.org

Code 15-297 New Beginnings, Inc. Provides 24-hour support to survivors of


domestic and sexual violence in Southern Windsor County and Rockingham,
Vermont, and provides community prevention education. 802-885-2368
newbeg@vermontel.net

Code 15-411 Planned Parenthood of Northern New England (PPNNE)


Provides comprehensive family planning and health care services. Our mission also
includes sexuality education professional training services and public affairs
advocacy. www.ppnne.org 800-287-8188 supportus@ppnne.org

Code 15-442 Southeastern Vermont Community Action, Inc. (SEVCA)


Enables low-income Windham and Windsor County residents to resolve financial
crises, cope with and reduce the hardships of poverty, and take significant steps
toward self sufficiency. www.sevca.org 800-464-9951 sevca@sevca.org

Code 15-304 Springfield Family Center, Inc. Services the hungry and
homeless; advocacy for low-income issues in Springfield, Vermont. Open Monday
through Friday 8am to 4pm. 802-885-3646

Code 15-393 Starbase Vermont Incorporated serves youth and schools by


providing hands-on, activity-based learning in science, technology, engineering,
math, and personal development skills. douglas.gilman@vtburl.ang.af.mil
802-660-5201 www.starbasevt.org

Code 15-228 Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
(VABVI) VABVI’s mission is to enable Vermonters with vision problems, whether
blindness or impairment, to achieve and maintain independence. We offer free
training, services and support. www.vabvi.org 800-639-5861 general@vabvi.org

Code 15-212 Vermont Children’s Aid Society Offers comprehensive


adoption and counseling services, parenting education programs, therapeutic
recreation summer camps for adoptive children and services for families of
incarcerated mothers. www.vtcas.org 802-655-0006 mainadm@vtcas.org

Code 15-324 Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice of Vermont and


New Hampshire (VNA & Hospice of VT and NH) Non-profit healthcare
organization providing traditional and high-tech healthcare services in patients
homes through the full cycle of life from pre-birth to the end-of-life (hospice).
www.vnavnh.org 800-300-8853 vnah@vnavnh.org
United Way of
Windham County

Code 13-200 United Way of Windham County Non-profit organization


which raises and allocates funds to support member agency programs aimed at
meeting health and human care needs of Windham County community.
www.unitedwaywindham.org 802-257-4011 info@unitedwaywindham.org

Code 13-347 Brattleboro Area Adult Day Services (d/b/a The Gathering
Place) Provides and advocates for adult day and community based services for
frail, disabled or isolated adults and gives support to their families and caregivers.
www.gatheringplaceadultday.org 802-254-6559 tgp@sover.net

Code 13-246 Brattleboro Area Drop in Center, Inc. (BADIC) is a day


shelter for homeless and at risk persons, a food shelf and the operator of
Brattleboro’s Winter Overflow Shelter. badic@together.net 800-852-4286
www.brattleborodropin.org

Code 13-415 Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Vermont Grants the wishes of


children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience
with hope, strength and joy. www.makeawishvermont.org 802-864-9393
makeawish@vermont.wish.org

Code 13-423 National Alliance on Mental Illness of Vermont (NAMI −


Vermont) Provides support, education & advocacy to improve the quality of life for
over 40,000 Vermonters who live with serious mental illness & their family
members. www.namivt.org 800-639-6480 namivt@myfairpoint.net

Code 13-384 Parks Place Community Resource Center Is a welcoming


resource center offering over 2,400 people a year health, education, employment and
social service programs in a convenient and safe location.
www.parksplacevt.org 802-463-9927 info@parksplacevt.org

Code 13-411 Planned Parenthood of New England (PPNNE) Provides


comprehensive family planning and health care services. Our mission also includes
sexuality education professional training services and public affairs advocacy.
www.ppnne.org 800-287-8188 supportus@ppnne.org

Code 13-262 Prevent Child Abuse Vermont (PCAVT) offers twelve free
statewide prevention programs, including family support programs and child sexual
abuse prevention programs. www.pcavt.org 802-229-5724 pcavt@pcavt.org
Code 13-442 Southeastern Vermont Community Action, Inc. (SEVCA)
Enables low income Windham & Windsor County residents to resolve financial
crises, cope with and reduce the hardships of poverty, and take significant steps
toward self-sufficiency.
www.sevca.org 800-464-9951 sevca@sevca.org

Code 13-393 Starbase Vermont Incorporated serves youth and schools by


providing hands-on, activity-based learning in science, technology, engineering,
math, and personal development skills. douglas.gilman@vtburl.ang.af.mil
802-660-5201 www.starbasevt.org

Code 13-324 Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice of Vermont and New
Hampshire (VNA & Hospice of VT and NH) Non-profit healthcare
organization providing traditional and high-tech healthcare services in patients
homes through the full cycle of life from pre-birth to the end-of-life (hospice).
www.vnavnh.org 800-300-8853 vnah@vnavnh.org

America’s Charities

Code 80-811 American Civil Liberties Union Foundation Defends your


constitutional rights. Upholds free speech, religious liberty, equality, privacy, due
process. Fights unlawful detention and eavesdropping. Protects minorities, women,
immigrants and the poor. 1fitzgerald@aclu.org 212-549-2500 www.aclu.org

Code 80-806 Amnesty International of the USA Worldwide membership-


based human rights organization-–impartial and non-political—working to create a
safer, more just world. 1977 Nobel Peace Prize recipient.
www.amnestyusa.org 800- AMNESTY (266-3789) acastillo@aiusa.org

Code 80-919 Cancer Research for Children (National Childhood


Cancer Foundation) Cancer is the #1 disease killer of children. Please help us
reach the day when every child with cancer can be guaranteed a cure.
www.curesearch.org 800-458-6223 Alice.O’Steen@CureSearch.org

Code 80-918 Father Flanagan’s Boys’ Home Girls and Boys Town provides
food, clothing, shelter, education, spiritual, and medical care to homeless, neglected,
abused, and communicatively handicapped boys and girls.
www.boystown.org 800-448-3000 brandtd@boystown.org

Code 80-812 Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Empowering and equipping


coaches and athletes with encouragement, resources and training to influence and
impact the world for Jesus Christ for more than 54 Years. pmorris@fca.org
800-289-0909 www.fca.org
Code 80-814 Give Kids The World (G.K.T.W.) is a non-profit resort that
creates memories and hope for children with life-threatening illnesses who wish to
visit Central Florida’s attractions. DeyaG@gktw.org 800-995-5437
www.gktw.org

Code 80-904 Hole In The Wall Gang Fund Founded by Paul Newman, is a
non-profit camp and year-round center providing free services to children with
cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
www.holeinthewallgang.org 203-772-0522 deborah.fraser@holeinthewallgang.org

Code 80-809 Hospice America (American Hospice Foundation)


Increases access to hospice through public education, professional training ,and
advocacy to ensure comfort and dignity for dying people, and compassionate
support for grieving families. www.americanhospice.org 202-223-0204
mdeviney@americanhospice.org

Code 80-808 Humane Society of the United States Celebrates animals and
confronts cruelty. The organization is backed by more than 10.5 million Americans.
www.humanesociety.org 202-452-1100 pkauffman@humanesociety.com

Code 80-815 Lance Armstrong Foundation, Inc. Unites people through


programs and experience to support cancer survivors and the fight against cancer.
Unite and fight cancer at LIVESTRONG.org halley.sinclair@laf.org
877-236-8820 www.livestrong.org

Code 80-923 Make-A-Wish Foundation® of America We grant the wishes


of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience
with hope, strength, and joy. www.wish.org 800-722-9474 sbruchhauser@wish.org

Code 80-833 National Psoriasis Foundation. We fight discrimination against


people with psoriatic diseases, support cutting-edge research and provide training
and education for healthcare professionals, families, youth, and the public.
www.psoriasis.org 800-723-9166 hconnor@psoriasis.org

Code 80-818 National Trust for Historic Preservation in the United


States. We help people protect, enhance, and enjoy the places that matter to them.
Your support will help save America’s historic places and revitalize our
communities. www.PreservationNation.org 800-944-6847 margaret_gattis@nthp.org

Code 80-813 PetSmart Charities, Inc. has funded over $70 Million to support
spay/neuter, disaster relief and educational programs. We saved 3.4 million pets
through its in-store adoption program. www.petsmartcharities.org 800-423-PETS
1hansen@PetSmartCharities.org
Code 80-872 Population Connection/ZPG A national nonprofit organization
working to stabilize population growth and achieve a sustainable balance of people,
resources and the environment. www.populationconnection.org 800-767-1956
jmolina@populationconnection.org

Code 80-810 Ronald McDonald House Charities® Creates, finds and


supports programs improving the health and well-being of children through its
global network of local Chapters and 281 Ronald McDonald House programs
worldwide. www.rmhc.org 630-623-7048 lisa.nicoloff@us.mcd.com

Code 80-820 Starlight Children’s Foundation helps seriously ill children


and their families cope with their pain, fear and isolation through entertainment,
education and family activities. patty.evans@starlight.org 800-315-2580
www.starlight.org

Community Health
Charities Of New England

Code 40-400 Community Health Charities of New England (CHCofNE)


Mission is to raise funds for and increase awareness of our member health charities
throughout Vermont through workplace employee giving campaigns.
www.chcofne.org 800-344-6071 skirck@chcofne.org

Code 40-413 Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association


(Alzheimer’s Association, Vermont Chapter) is the go-to organization for
getting help to those living with Alzheimer's disease. Provide important educational
and support group programs, and training for caregivers. Mission: enhance the
care of the tens-of-thousands of Vermonters affected by the disease.
www.alz.org/vermont 802 477-7000 Jeff.Maker@alz.org

Code 40-408 American Diabetes Association The association’s mission is “to


prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by
diabetes” through research, information and advocacy.
www.diabetes.org 518-218-1755 ayoung@diabetes.org

Code 40-443 American Kidney Fund, Inc. Provides direct financial


assistance to kidney patients in need and education to those with and at risk for
kidney disease. www.kidneyfund.org 800-638-8299 DDavidson@kidneyfund.org

Code 40-455 American Lung Association of New England (ALANE) The


focus is on healthy air, tobacco control and all lung diseases, including asthma,
through programs, services, research, education and advocacy.
www.lungne.org 800-LUNG USA jseyler@lungne.org
Code 40-444 Arthritis Foundation, Northern and Southern New
England Chapter, Inc. Funds research; provides free information and
educational seminars; offers exercise and self-help classes; advocates for services,
benefits, public policies that help people with arthritis.
www.arthritis.org 800-639-2113 info.nne@arthritis.org

Code 40-445 Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, New England


Chapter (AAFA NE) Dedicated to controlling and curing asthma and allergic
diseases, including life-threatening anaphylaxis, through patient and professional
education, public awareness programs and support for research.
www.asthmaandallergies.org 866-227-8462aafane@aafane.org

Code 40-446 Autism Speaks We fund biomedical research into the causes,
prevention, treatments and cure for autism, spectrum disorders, increase awareness
and advocate for the needs of affected families.
www.autismspeaks.org 888-777-6227

Code 40-447 Children’s Tumor Foundation--New England Region


Funds research, patient support and public awareness of the neurofibromatosis
NF1, ND2 and schwannomatosis, genetic disorders that cause random tumor growth
throughout the body.
www.ctf.org 617-663-5711 JHeropoulos@ctf.org

Code 40-406 Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA) – New


England Chapter To cure and prevent Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis
through research, and improve the quality of life of children and adults through
education and support. www.ccfa.org 781-449-0324 ne@ccfa.org

Code 40-407 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF) Supports innovative


research to control and cure cystic fibrosis. Provides specialized medical care
through a nationwide network of centers; offers pharmacy and other patient
services. www.cff.org 603-598-8191 no-new-eng@cff.org

Code 40-449 Huntington’s Disease Society of America This is a health


organization dedicated to finding a cure for Huntington’s Disease while providing
support for individuals affected by HD. www.hdsa-ne.org 888 554-8102

Code 40-450 Lupus Foundation of America, Vermont Chapter The


nation’s leading nonprofit health organization dedicated to finding the cure for
lupus and to providing support and services to all people affected by lupus.
877-735-8787. lupusvermont@myfairpoint.net
Code 40-452 Scleroderma Foundation New England (SFNE) provides
services to scleroderma patients and their families, promotes public awareness and
underwrites research to find the cause of and the cure for scleroderma.
www.scleroderma.org/chapter/newengland 888-525-0658
tcurran@sfnewengland.org

Code 40-453 St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Researches and treats
pediatric catastrophic diseases – primarily childhood cancer. St. Jude covers all cost
not paid by insurance. Research findings are shared worldwide.
www.stjude.org 212-239-3239 beth.desai@stjude.org

Code 40-454 The Foundation for AIDS Research (d.b.a. AIDS Research
Foundation (amfAR)) supports innovative AIDS research; educates patients,
doctors, and the public about HIV treatment/prevention; works to protect the rights
of all people affected by HIV/AIDS. www.amfar.org 800-392-6327
karen.cress@amfar.org

Earth Share of
New England

Code 70-700 Environmental Federation of New England (d.b.a Earth


Share of New England) One gift helps protect your environment, health,
wildlife, and natural resources—locally, nationally, and internationally. One
Environment, one simple way to care for it. www.GreenforNewEngland.org 877-
207-5756 stephanie@earthshare.org

Code 70-707 Alaska Conservation Foundation (AFC) Works to protect and


preserve the integrity of Alaska’s ecosystems and to promote sustainable livelihoods
among Alaska’s communities and peoples. www.akcf.org 907-276-1917
acfinfo@akcf.org

Code 70-726 American Farmland Trust (AFT) Helping farmers and


ranchers protect their land from development, produce a healthier environment,
and build successful communities. Working to save the land that sustains us.
Info@farmland.org 202-331-7300 www.farmland.org

Code 70-719 American Forests Funds private and public land reforestation
projects; provides satellite imagery of tree loss to cities; educates the public on the
value of trees and forests. www.americanforests.org 800-368-5748 info@amfor.org

Code 70-703 American Rivers Working to protect and restore healthy natural
rivers for the benefit of people and wildlife; ensuring clean drinking water, natural
flood protection, and recreational enjoyment.
www.americanrivers.org 877-347-7550 americanrivers@americanrivers.org
Code 70-755 Appalachian Mountain Club Promotes the protection,
enjoyment, and wise use of the mountains, rivers, and trails of the Appalachian
region through programs in conservation, outdoor education, and recreation.
www.outdoors.org 617-523-0655 mbegley@outdoors.org

Code 70-727 Bat Conservation International, Inc. (BCI) Worldwide


authority on bats committed to their protection through direct habitat conservation,
research and education; facilitating win-win solutions that help both bats and
people. www.batcon.org 800-538-BATS (2287) batinfo@batcon.org

Code 70-710 Center for Ecological Technology (CET) Provides education,


technical assistance and services to communities, businesses, schools and individuals
in the areas of renewable energy, energy efficiency, waste management and
sustainable development. www.cetonline.org 413-445-4556 x13
laurad@cetonline.org

Code 70-713 Clean Water Fund (CWF) We all live downstream …


Neighborhood-based action, education programs which join citizens, businesses,
government for sensible solutions ensuring safe drinking water, pollution
prevention, resource conservation. www.cleanwaterfund.org 800-70-WATER
cwf@cleanwater.org

Code 70-762 Connecticut River Watershed Council, Inc. (CRWC) The


principal citizen-champion for the Connecticut River, challenging threats, solving
problems, and helping others enjoy the natural wonders of New England’s largest
river ecosystem. www.ctriver.org 413-772-2020 crwc@ctriver.org

Code 70-763 Defenders of Wildlife (DOW) Working since 1947 to save


America’s endangered animals and their threatened habitat for future generations
through public education, citizen advocacy, legal action and scientific research.
www.defenders.org 800-385-9712 pprobst@defenders.org

Code 70-711 Environmental and Energy Study Institute Protecting the


climate by educating Congress, developing innovative solutions, and building broad
coalitions to move America to efficient and renewable energy for a sustainable
future. www.eesi.org 202 628-1400 eesi@eesi.org

Code 70-721 Environmental Law Institute (ELI) Environmental law that


works for you: community-based education + research on national problems =
solutions to protect people and nature. Independent and non-partisan.
www.eli.org 202-939-3800 law@eli.org
Code 70-752 Green Mountain Club, Inc. We manage and protect 445-mile
Long Trail hiking system, publish guidebooks, maps and educate the public about
low-impact use of Vermont’s backcountry resources.
www.greenmountainclub.org 802-244-7037 gmc@greenmountainclub.org

Code 70-736 Izaak Walton League of America From hunters to hikers, our
members protect America’s outdoors through community-based conservation,
education, commonsense public policy, and a commitment to strong outdoor ethics.
www.iwla.org 800-453-5463 Develop@iwla.org

Code 70-722 Lake Champlain Committee (LCC) Non-profit environmental


organization working to protect Lake Champlain’s environmental integrity and
recreational resources for this and future generations through science-based
advocacy, education, and collaborative action. www.lakechamplaincommittee.org
802 658-1414 lcc@lakechamplaincommittee.org

Code 70-706 National Parks Conservation Association Preserves National


Parks from Grand Canyon to Gettysburg; protects endangered wildlife and cultural
sites; promotes new parks, defends against pollution, inappropriate development
and overcrowding. www.npca.org 202-223-6722 npca@npca.org

Code 70-716 National Wildlife Federation America’s conservation


organization dedicated to protecting endangered species and habitats for our
children’s future and connecting people with nature through education and action
opportunities. www.nwf.org 703-438-6000 calabreset@nwf.org

Code 70-765 Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) defends


embattled wilderness, rivers, clean air, coasts, and wildlife across America and
around the globe. Saved Baja’s whales, Canada’s Spirit bears, and California’s
sequoias. www.nrdc.org 212-727-2700 nrdcinfo@nrdc.org

Code 70-754 Nature Conservancy of Vermont “Preserves plants, animals,


and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on earth by focusing on
the protection of lands and waters in Vermont.
www.nature.org/vermont 802-229-4425 Vermont@tnc.org

Code 70-712 New England Wild Flower Society The nation’s oldest native
plant conservation organization works with New England residents to conserve
native plants through its programs in education, horticulture, and habitat
management. www.newenglandWILD.org 508-877-7630
hmcdonald@newenglandWILD.org

Code 70-723 Pesticide Action Network North America Regional Center


Working to eliminate poisonous pesticides. Links consumer, labor, health,
environment and agriculture groups internationally to advance safer, ecologically
sound pest control alternatives. www.panna.org 415-981-1771 gunther@panna.org

Code 70-728 School for Field Studies (SFS) Year-round, accredited,


college-level study abroad programs in community-based environmental field
research and education in Australia, Costa Rica, Kenya, Mexico, and the
Caribbean. mbrill@fieldstudies.org 978-741-3567 www.fieldstudies.org

Code 70-715 Sierra Club Foundation Fights to preserve wilderness and


protect environmental quality worldwide through a powerful combination of
education, scientific research, publishing and litigations.
www.tscf.org 800-216-2110

Code 70-760 Student Conservation Association (SCA) Nearly two million


hours of hands-on conservation service, with student volunteers working in parks,
forests, and urban green spaces nationwide to preserve public land. www.thesca.org
603-543-1700 mwolcott@thesca.org

Code 70-767 Surfrider Foundation Protects and preserves the world’s


oceans, waves and beaches, through conservation, activism, research and education.
Activities include: water quality monitoring, environmental education and
grassroots activism. www.surfrider.org 800-743-7873 info@surfrider.org

Code 70-761 The Trust for Public Land Conserves land for people to enjoy
as parks, gardens, and other natural places, ensuring livable communities for
generations to come. www.tpl.org 415-495-4014 info@tpl.org

Code 70-705 Union of Concerned Scientists Scientists and citizens working


on solutions to reduce air pollution and global warming, protect biodiversity,
prevent nuclear proliferation, and ensure a sustainable, safe food system.
www.ucsusa.org 800-666-8276 ucs@ucsusa.org

Code 70-725 Vermont Institute of Natural Science, Inc. (VINS) We


provide environmental education, research and wildlife rehabilitation to engage
active environmental stewards of all ages, effectively protecting our natural world
for future generations. www.vinsweb.org 802 359-5000 info@vinsweb.org

Code 70-709 Vermont Land Trust, Inc. (VLT) Protects productive,


recreational, and scenic lands that help give Vermont and its communities their
distinctive rural character, while providing for agriculture, forestry, and open space.
www.vlt.org 802 223-5234 annie@vlt.org
Code 70-729 Wilderness Society (TWS) Works to protect America’s last
unspoiled wild places – parks, forests, wildlife refuges and other wilderness areas,
which belong to all Americans from development. member@tws.org
202-833-2300 www.wilderness.org

Code 70-720 Wildlife Trust, Inc. Empowers local conservation scientists


worldwide to protect nature and safeguard ecosystem and human health. Healthy,
intact ecosystems can prevent the spread of disease.
www.wildlifetrust.org 212-380-4460 homeoffice@wildlifetrust.org

Code 70-730 World Wildlife Fund, Inc. (WWF) multinational


conservation organization working worldwide to combat climate change, save
endangered animals, protect wild habitats and transform market forces to act in
harmony with nature. membership@wwfus.org 202-293-4800
www.worldwildlife.org

Global Impact

Code 60-600 Global Impact Supports U.S.-based charities working globally.


We provide disaster relief, treat the sick, feed the hungry, shelter refugees, teach
children to read, train adults for jobs.
info@charity.org 800-836-4620 www.charity.org

Code 60-637 African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF)


Since 1957, has improved health for Africans through training, capacity building
and advocacy in HIV/AIDS, malaria, family health, water and sanitation and
clinical outreach. www.usaamref.org 212-768-2440 amrefusa@amrefusa.org

Code 60-603 American Jewish World Service Provides non-sectarian,


sustainable development assistance, technical support and emergency relief to
people in need in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, Russia and Ukraine.
www.ajws.org 800-889-7146 ajws@ajws.org

Code 60-605 American Leprosy Foundation Leprosy, one of the world’s


oldest diseases, afflicts approximately 2-4 million people worldwide. Our goal is to
eradicate this devastating disease through scientific research.
www.leonardwoodmemorial.org 877-241-1736 lwm@leprosy.org

Code 60-654 American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA) Creates


opportunities in education, health and relief services, and job creation programs for
people in the West Bank, Gaza, Lebanon and Jordan. www.anera.org 202-842-2766
anera@anera.org
Code 60-627 American Refugee Committee International relief and
development agency working in partnership with those affected by conflict and
disaster to help them take back control of their lives.
www.arcrelief.org 800-875-7060 archq@archq.org

Code 60-652 AmeriCares Restores health and saves lives by delivering donated
medicines, medical supplies and humanitarian aid to people in need around the
world and here at home.
www.americares.org 800-486-4357 info@americares.org

Code 60-653 CARE Fights root causes of poverty in 66 countries; special focus
on empowering poor women to lift themselves, their families and communities out of
poverty. www.care.org 800-521-2273 info@care.org

Code 60-630 ChildFund International (formerly Christian Children's


Fund) Helping deprived, excluded and vulnerable children have the capacity to
become young adults and leaders who bring lasting and positive change in their
communities. www.christianchildrensfund.org 800-776-6767 pg@ccfusa.org

Code 60-606 Children International A nonprofit, humanitarian organization


providing program benefits and services including medical care, educational
assistance and material aid to poverty-stricken children and families in eleven
countries. www.children.org 800-888-3089 children@children.org

Code 60-607 Christian Reformed World Relief Committee (CRWRC)


Fighting poverty, hunger and injustice through partnerships and locally originated
community development programs; responding to disasters with emergency
supplies and reconstruction of homes and livelihoods.
www.crwrc.org 800-552-7972 crwrc@crcna.org

Code 60-632 Church World Service/CROP works with partners to


eradicate hunger and poverty and promote peace and justice among the world’s
most vulnerable people. www.churchworldservice.org 800-297-1516
info@churchworldservice.org

Code 60-611 ECHO Fights world hunger by using science and technology to
develop agricultural solutions to aid farmers in developing countries.
www.echonet.org 239-543-3246 echo@echonet.org

Code 60-641 EngenderHealth, Inc. is the leading international reproductive


health organization working to improve the quality of health care in the world's
poorest countries. www.engenderhealth.org 800-564-2872
give@engenderhealth.org
Code 60-642 Episcopal Relief & Development is the international relief and
development agency of the Episcopal Church/US. With partners, the agency creates
lasting solutions to poverty. www.er-d.org 800-334-7626 x6122 er-d@er-d.org

Code 60-643 FINCA International Mission: to provide financial services to


the world's lowest-income entrepreneurs so they can create jobs, build assets and
improve their standard of living. www.villagebanking.org 202-682-1510
info@villagebanking.org

Code 60-655 Freedom From Hunger Combines microfinance services with


education in health, nutrition and business to fight chronic hunger and poverty in
poor rural areas of the developing world.
www.freedomfromhunger.org 800-708-2555 info@freedomfromhunger.org

Code 60-610 Health Volunteers Overseas, Inc. Trains, mentors, and


provides critical professional support to more than 2600 healthcare providers who
care for the neediest populations in over 25 countries.
www.hvousa.org 202-296-0928 info@hvousa.org

Code 60-614 Helen Keller International Saves the sight and lives of the most
vulnerable and disadvantaged; combats the causes and consequences of blindness
and malnutrition. www.hki.org 877-535-5374 info@hki.org

Code 60-640 International Eye Foundation Saves sight worldwide.


Programs to control vitamin A deficiency, “river blindness,” trachoma and
cataracts. Provides local health worker training, technology transfer, eye surgery,
equipment, medicine. www.iefusa.org 240-290-0263 info@iefusa.org

Code 60-644 International Medical Corps. Global humanitarian


organization saving lives and building self-reliance by providing vital medical care
for women and children; training healthcare professionals; rebuilding clinics; and
improving water/sanitation.
www.imcworldwide.org 800-481-4462 imc@imcworldwide.org

Code 60-612 International Orthodox Christian Charities Provides


humanitarian and development assistance to people in Africa, Asia, Europe and the
Middle East who have been devastated by man-made and natural disasters.
www.iocc.org 877-803-4622 relief@iocc.org

Code 60-613 International Relief Teams Sends volunteer medical and


construction teams to assist disaster victims worldwide. Conducts medical, surgical,
and training programs to promote self-sufficiency in developing nations.
www.irteams.org 619-284-7979 info@irteams.org
Code 60-617 International Youth Foundation prepares young people to be
healthy, productive and engaged citizens through education, leadership
development, health awareness and job skills training in 70 countries worldwide.
www.iyfnet.org 888-770-8710 youth@iyfnet.org

Code 60-616 Lutheran World Relief Works with partners in 35 countries to


help people grow food, improve health, strengthen communities, end conflict, build
livelihoods and recover from disasters. www.lwr.org 800-597-5972 lwr@lwr.org

Code 60-645 Mercy Corps Providing life saving aid worldwide following a
disaster or conflict, and helping local populations design and implement sustainable
programs to promote health and economic development.
www.mercycorps.org 800-292-3355 info@mercycorps.org

Code 60-619 Opportunity International We collaborate with local partners


worldwide to provide microfinance services allowing poor entrepreneurs to develop
steady income, provide for families and create jobs for neighbors.
www.opportunity.org 800-793-9455 getinfo@opportunity.org

Code 60-656 Oxfam America We are an international relief and development


organization that creates lasting solutions to poverty, hunger and injustice.
www.oxfamamerica.org 800-776-9326 info@oxfamamerica.org

Code 60-618 Pan American Development Foundation Helps


disadvantaged people in Latin America and the Caribbean by creating economic
opportunities, promoting social progress, strengthening civil society, responding to
natural disasters and humanitarian crises.
www.padf.org 202-458-3969 padf-dc@padf.org

Code 60-621 PATH Poor communities have the right to safer childbirth, life-
saving vaccines, and lives free from AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. We create
culturally-relevant solutions for better health.
www.path.org 206-285-3500 development@path.org

Code 60-604 Plan USA Founded in 1937, Plan USA works with children and
families affected by poverty. Plan USA is a global, non-profit, humanitarian
organization without political or religious affiliation. www.planusa.org 800-556-
7918 donorrelations@planusa.org

Code 60-658 Planned Parenthood Federation of America -


International Supports sexual and reproductive health programs in the
developing world, in partnership with local nongovernmental organizations, that
promote women’s reproductive health, freedom and dignity.
www.plannedparenthood.org 800-829-7732 member.services@ppfa.org
Code 60-602 Project HOPE A leader in health education and humanitarian
assistance, Project HOPE's programs enhance the knowledge of healthcare workers
and improve the health of millions worldwide.
www.projecthope.org 800-544-4673 ssantini@projecthope.org

Code 60-646 Rotary Foundation of Rotary International Our Polio Plus


Program provides vaccines and mobilizes communities, volunteers and resources in
support of international efforts to immunize children and eradicate polio
worldwide. www.rotary.org 866-976-8279 APF@rotary.org

Code 60-620 Save the Children Save the Children has been a leading
independent organization creating lasting change for children in need in the U.S.
and around the world. www.savethechildren.org 800-728-3843
cwilliams@savechildren.org

Code 60-659 TechnoServe, Inc. Helps entrepreneurial men and women in the
developing world to build businesses that create income, opportunity and economic
growth for their families, communities and their countries. www.technoserve.org
800-999-6757 technoserve@tns.org

Code 60-660 Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Inc. Defends


civil liberties and promotes environmental and economic justice with partners
around the world, while engaging our members to serve as citizen-activists.
www.uusc.org 800-766-5236 development@uusc.org

Code 60-661 United Methodist Committee on Relief Brings healing and


hope to people left vulnerabe by disasters of all kinds through programs that
address hunger, poverty, global health and development.
www.umcor.org 800-554-8583 umcor@gbgm-umc.org

Code 60-623 United Seamen’s Service Provides overseas health and welfare
services to the American Merchant Marine and seafarers of allied nations and a 24-
hour hotline for emergency family assistance. www.uss-ammla.com 718-369-3818
ussammla@ix.netcom.com

Code 60-609 UNICEF, U.S. Fund for Works for the survival, protection and
development of children worldwide through fundraising, education and advocacy.
www.unicefusa.org 800-486-4233 webmaster@unicefusa.org

Code 60-626 Women for Women International We provide direct aid,


rights awareness and leadership education, vocational skills training and income
generation support to women survivors of war, conflict and civil strife.
www.womenforwomen.org 202-737-7705 general@womenforwomen.org
Code 60-662 World Relief Provides emergency relief and community-based
solutions to alleviate hunger and poverty in 20 countries and provides resettlement
assistance to refugees in the United States. www.wr.org 800-535-5433
worldrelief@worldrelief.org

Neighbor To Nation

Code 50-500 Neighbor To Nation People in deed serving people in need, in


our local communities, throughout America and the world. Providing life-
sustaining assistance and hope for the future.
www.neighbortonation.org 703-764-3210 campaign@neighbortonation.org

Code 50-507 Adopt America Network Finds permanent adoptive homes for
abused, neglected, and special needs children in U.S. foster care (without charging
fees) using national network of trained adoption volunteers.
www.adoptamericanetwork.org 419-726-5100 adoption@adoptamericanetwork.org

Code 50-504 African American Self-Help Foundation God’s love


effectively expressed through hot meals, healthcare, education and vocational
training to homeless children worldwide; also providing assistance to qualified
African-American working mothers. www.aashf.org 800-514-3499 help@aashf.org

Code 50-570 Alliance Defense Fund A legal alliance defending the right to
hear and speak the Truth in the areas of religious liberty, family values and sanctity
of life. www.telladf.org 480-444-0020 info@telladf.org

Code 50-538 Alpha-1 Foundation Supports research towards a cure for


Alpha-1, a deadly genetic disorder causing liver and lung disease, affecting over 25
million Americans who are unknown carriers. www.alphaone.org 305-567-9888
info@alphaone.org

Code 50-541 Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America Supports


research to cure asthma and allergies and helps patients through educational
programs, advocacy, free information and a national network of chapters and local
support groups. www.aafa.org 202-466-7643 info@aafa.org

Code 50-501 Blessings International Giving hope to destitute children and


adults by providing life-saving pharmaceuticals, vitamins, and medical supplies for
treating needy patients in developing nations and U.S.clinics. www.blessing.org
918-250-8101 info@blessing.org

Code 50-503 Bread and Water for Africa, Inc. Strengthening African
initiatives for self-sufficiency through grassroots health, clean water, education,
orphanages, vocational training, agriculture and micro-credit programs focusing on
women and children. www.africanrelief.org 703-317-9440 info@africanrelief.org

Code 50-508 Breast Cancer Research Foundation Make A Difference.


Breast cancer claims over 40,000 lives annually. Your support funds lifesaving breast
cancer research worldwide: Prevention and A Cure In Our Lifetime.
www.bcrfcure.org 866 346-3228 bcrf@bcrfcure.org

Code 50-546 Children’s Cancer Assistance Fund (The National


Children’s Cancer Society, Inc.) Give children with cancer a chance for a
brighter future! Your support will provide vital financial assistance and educational
resources for children battling cancer. www.nationalchildrenscancersociety.org 800-
532-6459 pbeck@children-cancer.org

Code 50-518 Children’s Food Fund/World Emergency Relief “Give


children a living chance” through emergency relief, food, medical care, schools,
orphanages and micro-economic assistance in 33 countries, including Native
Americans. www.worldemergencyrelief.org 888-484-4543 info@wer-us.org

Code 50-505 Children’s Hunger Relief Fund Saving children’s lives!


Sharing God’s love by providing hot meals, disease-free water, healthcare,
medicines, food growing technology and Christian education to suffering children
worldwide. www.chrf.org 707-528-8000 admin@chrf.org

Code 50-509 Christian Foundation for Children and Aging One hundred
percent of contributions received through VtSHARES help fund scholarships for
students in developing countries. Scholars provide community service and
participate in leadership activities. www.cfcausa.org 800-875-6564
mail@cfcausa.org

Code 50-547 Christian Legal Society defends religious freedom and the
sanctity of life, provide legal assistance to the poor and promotes conflict resolution
through biblical counseling, mediation and arbitration.
www.clsnet.org 703-642-1070 clshq@clsnet.org

Code 50-530 Christian Military Fellowship Support U.S. military and their
families, providing prayer, Bible studies, hospitality, link-ups, training and resources
and encouraging them to love and serve the Lord Jesus Christ. www.cmfhq.org
800-798-7875 Admin@CMFHQ.ORG

Code 50-526 Christian Relief Fund Fighting hunger and poverty


internationally by providing food, medicine, educational support, Christian disaster
relief and humanitarian aid to children and families in developing countries.
www.christianrelieffund.org 806-352-5030 crfinfo@christianrelieffund.org
Code 50-569 Compassion International Inc. Exists as an advocate for
children, releasing them from spiritual, economic, social, physical poverty in Jesus'
name through holistic child development in 25 developing countries.
www.compassion.com/cfc 877-762-5498 cfc@us.ci.org

Code 50-516 Focus on the Family Christian organization dedicated to helping


families thrive through faith-based resources, multimedia outreaches and counseling
services that support a variety of marriage, parenting and life-stage needs.
www.focusonthefamily.com 719-531-3400 workplacegiving@fotf.org

Code 50-562 Gateway for Cancer Research (formerly Cancer


Treatment Research Foundation) 99.3 percent of all contributions support our
mission to expedite innovative, pioneering, human research into beneficial treatment
options for those battling cancer.
www.gatewayforcancerresearch.org 888-221-2873 lois.conklin@gatewaycr.org

Code 50-527 Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind More than eyes for a
blind person, a guide dog provides independence, security and companionship. Help
us breed, train and give guide dogs without charge.
www.guidedog.org 631-930-9000 info@guidedog.org

Code 50-564 International Bible Study (IBS-STL U.S., Inc.) God changes
lives through Scripture! IBS translates God’s Word, then globally distributes it to
military, children, youth, disaster, crisis victims, prisoners, and others seeking hope.
www.ibs.org 719-867-2748 ppagel@us.ibs-st1.org

Code 50-565 Kids for the Kingdom Transforming living conditions and
spiritual lives of children overseas through feeding, orphanages, schools, aid,
evangelism, Bible studies, so they can transform their nation for Christ.
www.kidsforthekingdom.org 707-829-5504 kidsforthekingdom@earthlink.net

Code 50-511 Leukemia Research Foundation Funds research to find a cure


for leukemia, lymphoma, and myelodysplastic syndromes and provides emotional,
educational and financial support to patients and their families.
www.leukemia-research.org 847-424-0600 Info@LRFMail.org

Code 50-510 Lions Clubs International Foundation Supports Lions Clubs


in 205 countries in addressing the various needs of their communities through grant
programs including sight, youth, health and disaster relief projects.
www.lcif.org 630-571-5466 lcif@lionsclubs.org

Code 50-559 MAZON – A Jewish Response to Hunger Funds domestic


and international organizations that educate communities about hunger, distribute
free nutritious groceries and help increase the self-sufficiency of people living in
poverty. www.mazon.org 800-813-0557 mazonmail@mazon.org

Code 50-517 Mercy Ships Is the leader in using hospital ships to deliver free
world-class specialized healthcare and community development services to the poor.
www.mercyships.org 800-772-7447 info@mercyships.org

Code 50-528 Mission Aviation Fellowship MAF is a Christian organization


that uses aviation, communications, and learning technologies to bring the Gospel
and life-sustaining services to isolated areas of the world.
www.maf.org 800-359-7623 maf-us@maf.org

Code 50-566 Mission to Children Inc. Cultivating Christlike character in


children- especially those at risk; caring for youth internationally through feeding,
clothing, sheltering, training, educating, and Bible teaching.
www.MissionToChildren.org 760-839-1600 info@MissionToChildren.org

Code 50-502 National Brain Tumor Society 190,000 individuals per year are
diagnosed with a brain tumor. NBTS offers hope to those affected, funding brain
tumor research and providing supportive patient services.
www.braintumor.org 800-770-8287 info@braintumor.org

Code 50-512 National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund Promotes


respect for human life through educational programs opposing abortion, infanticide,
and euthanasia and supports referral and adoption services for women with crisis
pregnancies. www.nrlc.org 202-626-8800 NRLC@nrlc.org

Code 50-513 Nazarene Compassionate Ministries, Inc. Challenged by


faith to end poverty. Promotes long-term solutions to poverty through training,
gifts-in-kind, economic and community development and micro-enterprise projects.
www.ncmi.org 800-214-4999 ncmi@ncmi.org

Code 50-548 Officers’ Christian Fellowship Supports military leaders who


serve their country. Provides retreats, fellowship, counseling, and other resources to
help members and their families grow together and serve others.
www.ocfusa.org 303-761-1984 ocfdenver@ocfusa.org

Code 50-567 Operation Blessing International Relief & Development


Corp. Dedicated to alleviating human need and suffering throughout the world
through disaster relief, medical aid, hunger relief and community development
programs since 1978. www.operationblessing.org 757-226-3857
operation.blessing@ob.org

Code 50-529 Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation, Inc. OI causes brittle


bones that break easily. Coughing can fracture ribs; falling can break a leg. Help
provide answers for families; research for a cure. www.oif.org 301-947-0083
bonelink@oif.org

Code 50-549 Osteoporosis and Breast Cancer Research Center Supports


vital scientific research dedicated to the discovery and development of treatments
and ultimate cures to women's health issues including osteoporosis and breast
cancer. www.osteo-breastcancer.org 858-909-5123 info@osteo-breastcancer.org

Code 50-521 Prison Fellowship Provides programs to transform prisoners’


lives and help them make responsible moral choices. Angel Tree program provides
Christmas gifts to prisoners’ children. Founder Chuck Colson.
www.pfm.org 703-478-0100 correspondence@pfm.org

Code 50-568 The Society of Saint Andrew, Inc. Gleaning America's fields to
feed America's hungry. A Christian, ecumenical ministry saving edible produce
from going to waste, using it instead to feed the hungry.
www.endhunger.org 434-299-5956 sosadev@endhunger.org