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Charitable Organization Fact Sheet and bring it along.
We look forward to seeing you at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 20, 2021,
at Blacksburg Country Club and on Zoom!
Local Charitable Organizations Highlight - April 2021
The Montgomery County Emergency Assistance Program, Inc. (MCEAP) strives to meet the immediate emergency and temporary needs of the low-income, unemployed, elderly, and disabled individuals and families of Montgomery County. Specifically, MCEAP provides assistance in the areas of food, clothing, furniture, and financial assistance, filling needs other agencies are unable to meet. MCEAP endorses, encourages, and promotes the principles of accountability, responsibility, sensibility, and self-sufficiency. MCEAP coordinates its programs with all the major social service agencies in the county, seeking to serve as a clearinghouse of information with area charitable civic groups and churches. MCEAP funding is entirely from private sources: area churches, individuals, local businesses, charitable organizations, and the United Way of Montgomery, Radford and Floyd, Inc.
Child bedlessness is a national problem, and as a national nonprofit with chapters spread across the country, SHP has provided the solution. We are a volunteer organization that builds beds for kids who are sleeping on the floor and there are multiple ways to get involved right here on our VA-New River Valley page.
If you’d like to volunteer and participate in our next Build Day or Delivery event, check out our events calendar online or look below for opportunities.
Did you know your company, organization, or family can sponsor a Build Day? “EMAIL US” to learn more.
Make a financial or in-kind contribution to help local children in need by donating to our chapter using this link.
Next two builds: May 15th and June 12th
The Blacksburg Interfaith Food Pantry located on Harding Ave. feeds about 250 families/600 people a month. These people are residents of Blacksburg and McCoy. Clients can come monthly, and the pantry is an organization supported by many churches and civic groups. The goal is to try to provide clients at least a week’s worth of food. When the pantry has too much of an item, they share it with other food pantries and Warm Hearth. Monetary donations can be mailed to
Blacksburg Interfaith Food Pantry
c/o New River Community Action
1093 East Main St.
Radford VA 24141.
Food donations can be dropped off at the pantry at
706 Harding Ave.
Your Donations at Work
Valley Interfaith Child Care Center (VICCC) - July 2020
No recipient due to COVID-19 - April 2020
To Our House - January 2020
Woodchucks - July 2019
NRV Agency on Aging - April 2019
Valley Interfaith Child Care Center (VICCC) - January 2018
Community Health Center of the New River Valley - October 2016
Sisters Foundation - July 2016
Children's Museum of Blacksburg (now Wonder Universe) - April 2016