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Past Recipients

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Charitable Organization Fact Sheet and bring it along.

We look forward to seeing you at 5:45 p.m. on Tuesday, January 17, 2023, IN-PERSON or on Zoom

New Location: The University Club of Virginia Tech, Lane Stadium, 185 Beamer Way

Local Charitable Organizations Highlight - October 2022

Micah's Soup for Seniors

In 2012 Micah's Soup for Seniors was started as part of Micah's Caring Initiative at St. Michael's Lutheran Church to provide food for low-income Seniors at the HUD housing at Warm Hearth.  Since we started, volunteers have provided around 100 bags of food each month to those Seniors.  Each bag contains shelf-stable food like tuna, peanut butter,  soups, individual servings of corn, green beans, applesauce, fruit cups, cereal, oatmeal, and crackers.  We also provide personal care items like toothpaste, toothbrushes, lotion,  tissues, slipper socks, and blankets.  We provide fresh fruit as we are able. We are all volunteers and all our money goes to the food and personal care items we provide each month. To learn more about Micah's Soup for Seniors and the other four programs that are part of Micah's Caring Initiative, please visit our website at

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

Each year the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Montgomery County and Radford serves approximately 200 homebound seniors who receive home-delivered meals through the New River Valley Agency on Aging and Radford/Fairlawn Daily Bread Meals on Wheels.  This is our fifteenth year of conducting this project to provide household and personal supplies that cannot be bought with food stamps. It is a joint effort with RSVP of Montgomery County and Radford, Christiansburg Recreation Center, and New River Valley Agency on Aging; however, RSVP is

responsible for the primary funding of the project. This project provides another support system for seniors to maintain dignity and independence while remaining in their home environment by serving the most vulnerable citizens, many of whom do not always have transportation to the store, especially during the winter months. We were unable to conduct annual fundraising projects in 2020 and 2021 because of COVID, depleting our usual resources. Even with our renewed efforts as COVID restrictions recede, we still need continued support from the community to reach our earlier levels. If you would like to help us continue this program by making a separate donation, please contact Mandy Hayes at

or call 540-382-5775.

Checks can be made out to RSVP and mailed to

210 S. Pepper Street, Suite D

Christiansburg, VA 24073

or you can make an online donation here.

InStill Mindfulness

InStill Mindfulness would like to thank 100+ WWCNRV for giving us the opportunity to present. We feel humbled by all your support and by learning about all the wonderful work being done in the NRV every time we attend. InStill is committed to cultivating a mindful world for all, which means to us that we want to introduce mindfulness practices and their fruits not only to those who already utilize them but to the many who have not yet been introduced to them. We feel that this is an effective way to promote and create a kinder world for all: one in which there is less division and more compassion. We feel sure you want the same thing. If you would like to help support our mission, of sharing mindfulness through our online community, in public schools, with law enforcement, and wherever else we can, please either send a check to us at

PO Box 537

Floyd, VA 24091

or visit our NOWvember giving page.

For more information about InStill, please contact Jamie Reygle at or 540-227-6377

Your Donations at Work

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