Charity & Grassroots in Montclair

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  • Project Mend-A-House
    Project Mend-A-House works with people with disabilities and seniors to help them maintain mobility and independence in their homes through necessary maintenance and repair services. After individuals request repairs, volunteers come by their homes to assess the size of the job. A volunteer plumber or carpenter then conducts the maintenance, which can include building a wheelchair-accessible ramp, installing a grab bar in the shower, repairing a leaky faucet, or reconstructing drywall. Project Mend-A-House also maintains a Loan Closet of items that clients can borrow, such as air-conditioning units, crutches, and portable ramps, to help them run errands or get around their houses more easily.
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    7987 Ashton Avenue Suite 231
    Manassas, VA US
  • The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network
    FAAN's Mission is to raise public awareness, to provide advocacy and education, and to advance research on behalf of all those affected by food allergies and anaphylaxis.
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    11781 Lee Hwy
    Fairfax, VA US
  • Child and Family Network Center
    The Child and Family Network Centers provides free education and social services for preschool children, and job training for their families. The children it serves are considered at-risk due to limited English proficiency and low-income backgrounds. To fulfill the need for strong educational programs, CFNC operates a year-round preschool in 10 classrooms—with literacy and language support for bilingual children in 27 languages—to prepare them for kindergarten with their peers. These programs reach out to families in their own neighborhoods and supplement the students’ education with additional resources such as health services. See how Groupon helps you discover local causes and lend a helping hand at the Groupon Grassroots blog.
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    3701 Mount Vernon Ave
    Alexandria, VA US
  • Arts Are For All Ages
    Arts Are For All Ages' aim is to bring classical music to people with restricted mobility and to help young musicians find outlets for their art. More than 28 young musicians performed for six senior communities during the inaugural season in 2009. Now, young musicians bring a variety of musical instruments and give live classical concerts on a regular basis for elderly neighbors who otherwise could not attend arts events.
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    6532 Birchleigh Way
    Alexandria, VA US
  • Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center
    The Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center collects and exhibits scores of artifacts and documents, telling un-sordid stories of the region’s past and grandly displaying mustachioed southern history. A family membership grants you and your kin unlimited access to the six-floored-and-ceilinged museum for a year, affording the clan plenty of time to check out permanent exhibits such as George Washington and the Masonic Tradition, which offers irrefutable proof of the first president. Our Community tells a complex tale of Fredericksburg’s history, focusing on the civil rights movement and local women’s role in community preservation. Today’s deal also gets you invitations to special events, discounts at the museum store, and 20% off lunch fare at Splitsville Cafe.
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    907 Princess Anne Street
    Fredericksburg, VA US
  • Arlington Street People's Assistance Network
    A-SPAN provides housing and case management for people who suffer from mental illness and substance-abuse problems through two permanent, supportive housing programs. As A-SPAN continues to expand these programs, the demand for new furniture for their clients continues to grow. Not only can a new bed help clients feel more at home, A-SPAN's staff has noticed it also can make them more appreciative of their new housing, giving them a greater incentive for staying there. Due to health concerns, A-SPAN buys new beds and cannot accept donated beds.
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    2708 South Nelson Street
    Arlington, VA US