Isle of Wight County
Government & Municipalities
Towns of Smithfield, Williamsburg and West Point; Cities of Newport News, Hampton, and Poquoson; James City, York, Isle of Wight , New Kent, King William, King & Queen, Gloucester, Mathews, Lancaster, Richmond, Northumberland and Westmoreland Counties; James City County, York County, Poquoson, Isle of Wight County, Surry County and Westmoreland County Parks & Recreation; York County, Poquoson, Isle of Wight County, Hampton, Newport News, Westmoreland County and Richmond County Department of Social Services; Colonial Williamsburg, Peninsula Health Department, 21stCentury Learning Centers, Smithfield Police Department, Smithfield Fire & Rescue Dept., Isle of Wight County Sheriffs Dept., Alexandria Police Department, Hampton Police Department, Hampton Fire Department, Langley Air Force Base, Isle of Wight Tourism
James City County, Williamsburg, York County, Poquoson, Hampton City, Isle of Wight County, Lancaster County, Westmoreland County, Colonial Beach, Richmond County, Newport News City, Northumberland County, Middlesex County, West Point, King and Queen County and Mathews County Public Schools; Williamsburg Christian Academy, MCI Institute, Bridgeport Academy, Main Street Learning Center, Children’s Center, Isle of Wight Academy, TiggerCare ChildCare, Lil’ Folks, Woodland Academy, Bay School for the Cultural Arts, Christopher Newport University, Thomas Nelson Community College, Virginia Cooperative Extension,Downtown Hampton Child Development Center, Tidewater Association of Early Childhood Education, Preschool Partners, Bridgeport Academy, Trinity Lutheran School, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School
BNI – Business Network International, Young Emerging Professionals in Williamsburg, School Health Initiative, Rotary Clubs; Kiwanis Clubs and various Chamber of Commerce
Each branch of the Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA supports its community with specific outreach activities. For example, the Newport News Family YMCA started a tutoring program. 30 students and 20 volunteers participated in Encourage, Excel, Educate serving as tutors in math, reading, english, social studies, chemistry and more. The Mathews Family YMCA teen leaders have decided to place teen suicide prevention at the top of their priority list and have started groups to help teens in trouble. Some programs are association-wide.
YMCA Bright Beginnings was born with a vision of providing disadvantaged children with clothes and supplies to begin the school year prepared and confident. On each trip, an adult volunteer is paired with a child to shop for clothes at a local retail store. Clothes purchased include an outfit, shoes, underwear, socks and a sweater or jacket. Each child also receives a backpack filled with grade appropriate school supplies. Since the program’s inception we have served 5,500 children.
Indirect Public Support HelpIndirect public support represents revenue received through solicitation campaigns. This includes funding United Way and other federated fundraising organizations, but does not include donor designated contributions.
Earned Revenue HelpEarned revenue represents income generated in direct exchange for a product or service.Earned income includes income from government contracts.
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