The Beaverdam Ruritan Club located at 18002 Teman Road, Beaverdam, Virginia was chartered on May 28, 1951 with 74 members. Today we have over 40 members. We are a community-based organization that provides the following services in our community: Easter Sunrise Service – The Beaverdam Ruritan Club in conjunction with local churches in the area holds an Easter Sunrise service every year under the pavilion. The service begins at 7:00 AM with free coffee, juice, and donuts. Everyone is welcome; casual to church attire is acceptable. Beaverdam Youth League Facilities Support – The Beaverdam Ruritan Club supports the community by providing grounds and concessions for Beaverdam Youth League girls’ softball, baseball, football, and cheerleading. For more information on the Beaverdam Youth League July 4th/Independence Day Parade and Celebration – Since 1976, the Beaverdam Ruritan Club has been sponsoring the July 4th/Independence Day Parade where participants compete for awards in several categories. Starting in the heart of Beaverdam at Trainham Road, anyone and everyone can be in the parade, ending at the Ruritan Park. There are lots of activities and games for the kids with hot dogs, hamburgers, french fries, and the best BBQ Chicken Dinners you can find (made using […]
18002 Teman Road, Beaverdam, VA 23015
Wine For Cures is a 501(c)3 Public Charity. We provide education and fundraising for cancer issues using the cultural, entertainment and health values of wine to lead our exciting events. It is our goal to produce and participate in highly fun-filled projects and events that meet our mission — raising money for cancer research. We inspire, inform and entertain while supporting cancer research.
Ashland, VA 23005
Hanover Safe Place (HSP) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization providing confidential services to persons experience domestic or sexual violence in Hanover County, VA and the Town of Ashland since the early 1990s. Included in these services are a free and confidential 24-hour crisis hot line, emergency shelter, support groups and case management. Our Mission: to prevent domestic violence and sexual assault, provide services for victims, and create community awareness around these issues.
629 N. Washington Hwy., Ashland, VA 23005
Our Mission: To provide assistance to families of children with chronic and life threatening illnesses. Our Vision: Since our founding in 2010, we have seen CJ’s Thumbs Up Foundation grow in amazing ways. When we set out to start this organization, our mission was clear. We wanted to honor Charlotte Jennie’s memory by serving families in their time of need. We do this through meals and financial assistance (over $100K given to over 200 families since 2010). We are serving many needs of the Richmond, VA community and have exceeded our goals every year of our existence. All of this is made possible through the leadership of our Board and Staff, the work of many volunteers, and the many donations (big and small) that come from YOU, our caring NETWORK. As proud as we are of everything CJSTUF has accomplished, we are not content. In 2013, our Board of Directors launched efforts towards a Strategic Plan that will help us go to the next level. In September 2013, our Board adopted the following Vision statement for our organization: “We want CJSTUF to be the hub that connects families to financial, educational, and emotional resources while they manage their child’s illness.”
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210 South Railroad Avenue, Suite 6, Ashland, VA 23005
We are glad you have found your way to the Web site of the First Baptist Church of Ashland, Virginia. In our world today, people want to find community. First Baptist Ashland seeks to be a community that reaches out to people of every walk of life, sharing and living the Good News of Jesus Christ. He is the center of our worship—the Standard by which we seek to live. If you are looking for a loving community of faith, as well as a place where faith can be nurtured and expressed, we invite you to share in the life and work of First Baptist Ashland. As you browse these Web pages, you will learn some of the ways that you might find a connection with the people of God called First Baptist Ashland.
800 Thompson Street, Ashland, VA 23005
Ashland Street Parties began as a way to honor Jay Pace and Nina Peace utilizing the Library plaza area with the express purpose of expanding our sights to other areas of Ashland as the opportunities present themselves. We wanted to create a music program for gathering people to enjoy their evenings, meet their friends, meet their neighbors and renew old friendships. Ashland Street Parties has created a new awareness of the power of people having fun in Ashland. Utilizing this format, we have been able to raise and distribute over $50,000 while presenting quality entertainment at a fair price. Our mission continues to expand with the purchase of the new stage pieces and a cooker which will enable many local organizations to implement their own fund raising activities and/or continue them more efficiently at a much reduced cost. A list of some of our purchases which benefit the Town of Ashland and are available and utilized by Ashland and Hanover non-profits: 20×20 Tent, 24×24 Stage, crowd control fencing, lighting for Library parking lot, pots & plantings for Library and Plaza, instituted and signed contract for maintenance of plantings, distribute over $4,000 per year to our non-profit partners who assist us in serving the thousands of people […]
201 South Railroad Avenue, Ashland, VA 23005
Our Mission The mission of the Ashland Main Street Association is to preserve, enhance, and promote downtown Ashland through cooperative efforts among local businesses, community organizations, Randolph-Macon College & the Town. Our Vision Our vision is to make Ashland a “destination location” by offering a diverse mix of businesses, cultural and community attractions, pedestrian-friendly streets, and attractive public spaces. Ashland Visitor’s Center and train station What is the Ashland Main Street Association? We are a non-profit, 501c3 organization comprised of community volunteers representing businesses, civic organizations, Randolph-Macon College, and residents of Ashland — the “Center of the Universe.” We partner with local businesses, civic groups, Randolph-Macon College, and town residents to preserve, enhance, and promote downtown Ashland, making it a welcome destination while preserving and maintaining its unique charm and appeal. On June 7, 2013 Ashland Main Street Association was recognized as a designated Virginia Main Street Community.
210 South Railroad Avenue, Suite 6, Ashland, VA 23005