Arts Alive is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization serving the counties of King William, New Kent, King & Queen and the Town of West Point. Incorporated in June 2003, Arts Alive is funded through local governments, the Elis Olsson Memorial Foundation, the Virginia Commission for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Robinson Family Trust, individual contributions and local business support.
Arts Alive is governed by a 19 member Board of Directors, supported by committees of volunteers and has a staff of two part-time employees.
Arts Alive welcomes the community's support through participation, donations, advertising, sponsorships and volunteering.
West Point, VA
Habitat for Humanity builds and then sells a three-bedroom, one-story design of approximately 1200 - 1500 square feet to qualified families. The homes are air-conditioned and have 2 bathrooms. Dependent upon the city/county codes, a house may be built with a garage or a shed. It typically takes four to six months to build a home. Construction on the homes is a cooperative effort between volunteers and buyers of homes.
MACI counselors are available to provide you free telephonic or email counseling and assistance. They can help consumers select a Medicare prescription drug plan, compare Medicare Advantage and Medicare supplement plans, and help apply for Medicare savings programs, including Extra Help with Medicare prescription drug coverage. With a client's consent and authorization, counselors will assist with the completion of any required applications or forms.
In March of 2008, the Tabernacle UMC faith community lost one of their cherished youth, Jenna Grace King, in a car accident. As her faith community and family mourned her loss they found a new energy in their faith to begin to dream big and pray large to the possibilities of creating outreach ministries. These ministries would serve those in need of clothing, food, and other services. As with most small faith communities, they at first doubted their ability to provide meaningful services, however as many in the community looked back upon the life of Jenna they could see the drive she had to overcome obstacles placed before her.
Jenna’s accomplishments of graduating high school early and nearly completing her first year of college by age 17 showed her ability to dream big. From this tragic loss, congregational members of Tabernacle UMC, in 2008 formed, Proclaiming Grace Outreach as a 501(c)(3) faith-based non-profit corporation, which has been certified by the IRS, to provide the oversight and structure required to meet the needs of those in the area surrounding our growing faith community.
Thrive Virginia collaborates with community-based partners to create pathways to self-sufficiency for individuals and families within the agency’s diverse service area.
Our service area includes the counties of: Caroline, Charles City, Hanover, King George, King and Queen, King William, New Kent, Spotsylvania, and Stafford as well as the City of Fredericksburg and the Town of West Point.
We treat everyone with dignity and respect. We are committed to serving and advocating for families and individuals in need and our communities.
We work with community partners and collaborators to strengthen families and other support systems, for all populations who need our services. We promote self-determination and access to economic opportunity.
We conduct our business with strong ethical values. These values include: honesty, respect, trust, responsibility, fairness, and cultural competency.
New Kent, VA