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Dominion School for Autism

Imagine that your child has just been diagnosed with autism, a neurodevelopmental disability that impacts one in 88 children in the United States and 90,000 individuals in the state of Virginia. "It was like being kicked in the teeth," says…

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Cleo Winters is raising three young boys in the City of Richmond. As a mother and pediatrician, she knows how important it is for her children to experience nature and stay active, and she has found a perfect way to…

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Communities in Schools

Meet Anavelis, a fourth grade student at G.H. Reid Elementary School. She is an ESL learner (English as a second language) who not only needs to decode a new language, but also needs to read at grade level as soon…

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Reach Out and Read Virginia

“I got all As and Bs!" Seven-year old Davon is bursting with the news as he rushes into East End Pediatrics in Henrico County, waving his latest report card.He turns to his 4-year-old brother and offers to help him choose…

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Fairy Godmother Project

Shannon and Doug Hubbel of Richmond found out a little over two years ago that their daughter Emily had a tumor on her adrenal gland. Soon after that, Emily was diagnosed with a type of cancer called neuroblastoma. Since that…

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Virginia Repertory Theatre

Many people are surprised to learn that Hugs and Kisses, Virginia’s principle child sexual abuse prevention program, is implemented by Theatre IV, the touring arm of Richmond-based Virginia Repertory Theatre. But Theatre IV, the nonprofit company that produces this groundbreaking…

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Volunteer Opportunity from Sportable Sportable is looking for twenty volunteers for its blind/low vision running/walking program on Thursdays, July 13, 20, 27, and August 3, at Henrico High School from 6:15pm to 8pm. Sportable is looking for guide running/walking volunteers…

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Comfort Zone Camp

Grief is one of the most complex emotions to process. And almost all of us, no matter our age, will be exposed to it. At 15, Taylor Smith’s life was dramatically changed when his mother died of breast cancer. Before…

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Christian Youth Theater

Developing Character through Theater Arts When the curtain goes up and the lights go on at a Christian Youth Theater production, audiences receive a quality Broadway-style treat. But it’s not just the close to a hundred smiling kids or the…

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Project:HOMES and Renew Crew

Jeannette Branch had a busy schedule, juggling life as a single mother with three kids while battling diabetes. A heart attack added even more stress as she left the hospital confined to a wheelchair. Doctors might have to amputate her…

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