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Apple Ridge Farm, Inc.

Apple Ridge Farm is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our mission is to transform the lives our community's underserved children and the families through engagement in unparalled educaiton, cultural & outdoor experienecs. Our motto is “Helping Kids Grow. 

raised $10,650.00

Blue Ridge Land Conservancy

We want to raise enough money to bring "Bay Day" to 4th graders from THREE Roanoke City schools so they can get OUTSIDE to learn about how they can keep the Roanoke River clean and healthy!

raised $925.00

Clean Valley Council

The Clean Valley Council provides educational programming and citizen outreach activities advocating litter prevention, recycling, waste stream reduction, stormwater pollution prevention and sustainable use and protection of our natural resources. 

raised $810.00

FRIENDS of the Blue Ridge Parkway

The Blue Ridge Parkway is the most visited national park in the United States. Our FRIENDS volunteers and members help National Park Staff preserve, promote, and protect this scenic and cultural treasure.

raised $2,060.00

LEAP for Local Food

LEAP’s mission is to nurture healthy communities and resilient local food systems. With our partners we find creative local food solutions that improve the health and wellbeing of our community, keep farmers farming, and provide economic opportunities for food-based businesses.

raised $697.00

Leisure Legacy Incorporated

Leisure Legacy Incorporated

Leisure Legacy is a non-stock 501 c3 corporation created to assist Roanoke County’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism in fulfilling its mission.  100% of the contributions we receive go right back into the community in the form of scholarships, park infrastructure, program endowments and other recreation initiatives.


raised $0.00

Mill Mountain Garden Club, Inc.

Thousands of residents and visitors enjoy Mill Mountain Garden Club's Wildflower Garden every year, and we are working to make it more stroller and wheelchair accessible.

The “Discovery Trail” within the garden needs to be upgraded to ensure all children and visitors with disabilities can navigate easily.  Our goal is to raise funds for these much needed improvements.

raised $2,005.00