DONATE

Browse causes by category
 

Participating Organizations

Give to your favorite Roanoke Valley nonprofit!

 

Register

Register your Nonprofit.  
 

Nonprofit Toolkit

Resources for Nonprofits

Together we Raised

$840,798


 

SEARCH RESULTS IN: Housing

logo

Local Office on Aging, Inc.

For over 45 years the LOA has provided services to seniors in the Roanoke Valley and Alleghany Highlands to help them remain independent for as long as possible in their own homes.

raised $6,295.00
logo

Presbyterian Community Center

PCC programs provide food, financial aid, and a nurturing after-school program to help our neighbors. Located in southeast Roanoke for 50 years, our ministry brings together a coalition of Christian resources including churches, caring volunteers,
and professionals to assist families in the Roanoke Valley.

raised $2,625.00
logo

RAM House - Roanoke Area Ministries

RAM House is a local grassroots ecumenical ministry assisting people that are 
 homeless, veterans, elderly
people suffering from mental & physical illness.  

Day Shelter, Hot Meal Program, Emergency Financial Aid

raised $3,335.00
logo

Renovation Alliance

Renovation Alliance brings volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of homeowners in need.  Help us Celebrate 20 years and more than 1200 home repair projects this Spring 2019.

raised $1,330.00
logo

Rescue Mission of Roanoke

‚ÄčThe Rescue Mission is a Christian crisis intervention center for men, women, and children. Comprehensive services include emergency shelters, hot meals, free medical care, addiction recovery, job skills training, case management, and more.

raised $51,610.00
logo

Restoration Housing

Restoration Housing is a non-profit affordable housing developer with a focus on historic preservation of architectural resources for the social benefit of low-income communities.

raised $6,080.00
logo

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Virginia

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Virginia (RMHC SWVA) provides a home away from home for the families of sick or injured children who must travel to Roanoke for their child to receive medical care. The Ronald McDonald Family Room, located on the 14th floor of Carilion Children’s, is a respite area for parents and adult caregivers, giving them a place to refuel and rest without leaving the hospital. 

raised $1,230.35