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Healing Hearts Animal Rescue Group is a 501(c)3 non-profit
charitable organization headquartered in Catharpin, in Northern
Virginia. While our passion is senior and special needs animals, we
have many young, vibrant and healthy animals available for adoption.
Healing Hearts has only been in existence since October, 2011, but with the help of our wonderful volunteers we have rescued and re-homed dozens of animals in that short time.
We invite you to explore our website, whether you are looking for an animal to adopt, a volunteer opportunity, or a worthwhile organization for donations. Healing Hearts welcomes you!
Comfort Cases provides critical support to children in crisis, whether they are entering the foster care system, removed from a home for allegations of abuse, facing homelessness, or temporarily displaced for emergencies or other reasons. We do this by providing a backpack or duffel bag filled with new items that youth can keep and call their own. The cases have pajamas, a soft blanket, toiletries, dental hygiene kits, a book, an activity, and a stuffed animal. We seek to provide these essential personal items so that kids in need have a sense of dignity during a time of crisis. Though this is just one of many interventions needed to bring a sense of security to vulnerable youth, we believe that dignity is the first step.
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Crossroads-Connection is a Christian community service organization located in Heritage Hunt, Gainesville, Virginia. We provide a Weekend Food Program with the objective of minimizing hunger as a factor in the classroom. Crossroads-Connection is a chartered club of Heritage Hunt open to all who desire to support this mission. Crossroads-Connection works with counselors of 6 local public schools to provide weekend food for a total of 58 children attending Mt. View Elementary, Tyler Elementary, Gravely Elementary, Piney Branch Elementary, PACE West, and Bull Run Middle School.
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The mission of Youth For Tomorrow is to provide children and families with the opportunity to focus their lives and develop the confidence, skills, intellectual ability, spiritual insight and moral integrity - each based on Godly principles, resulting in positive changes to the benefit of the child, the family, the community, and the nation.
The Habitat ReStore receives building materials, both new and gently used, that have been donated by corporations, home construction companies, and individuals. Items that are not able to be used directly by Habitat for Humanity in their home building and repair programs are sold at the ReStore to the general public at 40% to 90% off retail prices. Proceeds from the ReStore go into Habitat's building programs, helping to provide adequate housing and home repairs for local families.