VersAbility Resources is a 501c3, tax-exempt organization. Your donations help people with disabilities live, work and thrive in our community. We are also a major service provider, as well as a major business and employer in the community, serving individuals with disabilities from Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson, York County and the 10 counties on the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck. VersAbility Resources hosts two annual signature events – The Ability Am Golf Tournament in June and Winter Gala and Snowflake Ball in December. Visit Website >>


Co-founder & President Operation Smile was founded in 1982 when Dr. William (Bill) P. Magee, Jr., a plastic surgeon, and his wife, Kathleen (Kathy), a nurse and clinical social worker, traveled to the Philippines with a group of medical volunteers to repair children’s cleft lips and cleft palates. What they found was overwhelming. “People pushed their babies at us.” recalls Kathy. “They tugged at our sleeves with tears in their eyes and begged us to help their children.” In Naga City, approximately 300 families arrived hoping their children would receive surgery, but the team could only treat 40 children. As they prepared to leave, the Magees made a promise they would return to help more children. Visit Website >>

The mission of Edmarc Hospice for Children is to ease the trauma of a child’s illness or death, and to reduce the disabling effects of pediatric illness, loss, and bereavement on families in the Hampton Roads Area. We understand the overwhelming challenges that families face when a child is sick. All of our services – home healthcare, hospice care and bereavement support – are designed to alleviate your pain, anxiety and fear. We offer you comfort, strength and support so that you are able to do the same for your child. Visit Website >>


The YMCA is a vital asset to the communities it serves. We work together with communities to provide programs like Before- and After-School Child Care, Preschool, Day Camps, Swimming and Swim Lessons, Family Activities, Sports for adults and children, Art programs, Health and Exercise, specialty programs for teens and older adults, and many more programs that help make that community an even nicer place to live and raise families. All YMCA programs are developed around the core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility. Visit Website >>


St. John’s Church traces its roots back to the founding of Henrico Parish in 1611, an outgrowth of the original church in the Jamestown settlement. Over the years the parish expanded westward from Jamestown, up the James River. As Richmond became a riverfront trading center, the Vestry of Henrico Parish began to consider building a church in the burgeoning town. The actual St. John’s Church as we know it today dates almost to the beginning of the City of Richmond itself. Visit Website >>