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Junior Achievement of Southwest Virginia, Inc.

Junior Achievement is the world's largest organization dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their future, and make smart academic and economic choices.

raised $2,365.00

Keystone Community Center Inc.,

Keystone Community Center Inc.
101 17th Street SE
Roanoke,  VA 24013
The name is a reflection of what a Keystone in Architectural design does it holds the archway together, we want to be the place that helps hold the community together by seeing what needs to be done, engaging the residents and empowering them to better their lives and neighborhood.

raised $1,325.00

Kids Soar (formerly Community Outreach Program)

We are dedicated to improve the lives of children and their families by
providing skills, opportunties for growth and education for a sucessful future.  


raised $5,410.00

Kimoyo LTD.

The mission of Kimoyo, LTD. is to create an appreciation within the Roanoke Valley of cultural diversity through after school educational programs and to establish international partnerships for self-empowerment that address health and economic issues. Kimoyo, LTD. is a 501(c)3 corporation founded in 1998.

Kimoyo, LTD. is financed through Kimoyo events and individual and corporate contributions.

raised $2,185.00

Local Colors of Western VA

Celebrating the ethnic diversity of the Roanoke Valley and supporting inclusion of our diverse ethnic heritage through education, festivals and community outreach.

raised $781.00

Lutheran Family Services of VA, Inc.

Help Lutheran Family Services of Virginia create a life of possibilities for the students and individuals we serve.

raised $3,335.00

Matthews Child Inc

At any given time, there are approximately 400 children placed in foster homes throughout the Roanoke Valley. Statistically, 50% of foster families quit within a year of receiving their first placement. Matthew’s Child is designed to bridge the gap between the physical and emotional needs of these children and families. 

raised $100.00