Our practice is committed to providing time, expertise, and financial support locally and internationally. As a practice, we contribute to several area schools, Martha Jefferson Hospital Foundation and Marianne’s Room, Camp Holiday Trails, Muscular Dystrophy Association, Service Dogs of Virginia, among others. On an individual basis, our employees volunteer their time and financial support to the Charlottesville Free Clinic, area rescue squads, and Toy Lift, as well as local churches, schools, and athletic leagues.
Internationally, our practice contributes to orphanages and organizations touching the lives of children in China and beyond, including Love Without Boundaries, Bringing Hope to Children, and Half the Sky Foundation.
Love Without Boundaries began in 2003 after a group of adoptive parents came together to help save the life of one tiny boy in China. Learn more about how LWB is touching the lives of thousands of children.
Service Dogs of Virginia serves clients with special needs residing in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and is based in Charlottesville, VA.
Camp Holiday Trails, based in Charlottesville, is a welcoming place. Everyone who passes through their gates joins a community with one common goal: to embrace nature, celebrate individuality, cherish health and well-being and cultivate a deeper appreciation of what it means to belong to something — to be a part of a caring community.
IN THE PINK
Each fall The Women's Committee of Martha Jefferson Hospital hosts a doubles tennis tournament to raise funds to support Marianne's Room and Patient services offered through the Cancer Resource Center. The half day tournament is held concurrently at 9 premier tennis facilities throughout our community with venues catering to women, men or "teens" all clad in pink.
MISSION TO GIVE
To expand our outreach program, we formed "Mission to Give." This program encourages staff from Albemarle Dermatology Associates and Signature Medical Spa to nominate a charity or worthy cause for a donation each month.
PACEM is a grassroots organization that coordinates space and volunteers to provide shelter for individuals in the Charlottesville community who are homeless.
“AG Bell” as it is affectionately known, is a tremendous source of education, data-driven information, personal inspiration, financial aid and advocacy for children and adults living with hearing loss, and their families.
The Waterboys Initiative raises money for the construction of wells in East African communities without safe, clean drinking water. The goal is to construct 32 wells, symbolic of the 32 NFL teams.
Resources for Readers is a grass roots effort aimed at improving reading for low income students in the William Perry Elementary School, located in Waynesboro.
Waynesboro Area Refuge Ministry, Inc. (WARM) is a nonprofit organization that provides support, temporary shelter or housing, and community development for homeless adults and families in the Waynesboro and Augusta County areas
Writer House is a Charlottesville nonprofit organization that promotes the creation and appreciation of literature and encourages the development of writers of all levels by providing affordable, secure work space and meeting space, high quality writing instruction, and literary events for the public.
CURE is a non-profit organization that operates charitable hospitals and programs in 14 countries worldwide.
All Blessings Flow
All Blessings Flow is a local faith-based non-profit organization that was founded to improve the quality of life and dignity of individuals living with disabilities.
PuttOut Pancreatic Cancer
100% of the proceeds will go to pancreatic cancer research, support care, and hope that by 2020 there will be a doubling of the survival rate for those diagnosed.
Days For Girls International
Days for Girl is committed to supporting a girl throughout her entire lifecycle, from providing her with a DfG Kit, to teaching her health education, to offering training for her when she grows older, so that she can produce DfG Kits and support hygiene needs in her community.
Georgia’s Healing House
A healing house for women, providing them with a supportive living environment as they maintain sobriety and build a new life after treatment or incarceration.
UVA Cancer Center
UVA Cancer Center has latest in research-based treatment options. To make sure everyone can access these services, they have state-of-the-art clinics throughout Virginia and telemedicine programs that reach rural communities.
Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA is a no-kill animal shelter.
Emma Kessler Memorial Scholarship
One of the most impactful experiences Emma had during her college years was the summer Shakespeare abroad program in London. Every year, there are Texas State students who can’t afford to have this life changing experience. It would mean so much to her to support other students in having that opportunity. This endowed scholarship in her memory will be designated for funding the Shakespeare abroad program, or other educational study abroad programs for students who embody what Emma stood for.
Charlottesville Free Clinic
The Charlottesville Free Clinic provides free primary medical care, mental health services, prescriptions and dental care for uninsured and underinsured adults and their families.
The Haven works to end homelessness by operating a multi-resource day shelter for the homeless in downtown Charlottesville, Virginia and administering housing-focused programming.
The Alliance for Interfaith Ministries is an organization whose primary purpose is to provide emergency assistance to families threatened with homelessness, loss of power or fuel, or other temporary financial crisis.
The Arbor is a nonprofit organization that provides long-term housing and holistic aftercare services to adult, female, human trafficking survivors in Virginia, so that they may establish a community of healing and reclaim wholeness, freedom, and life.
The ALS Association is a national
non-profit organization fighting Lou Gehrig’s Disease on every front, including global research, providing assistance for people with ALS, coordinating care through certified clinical care centers, and fostering government partnerships.
The WorldStrides' Helping Hands
Scholarship Program allows students who wouldn’t normally have a chance to travel,
the opportunity to take life-changing experiential trips.
The Wat Opot Community is a center in Cambodia that has cared for children and adults with HIV since 2001. The Center enhances the quality and longevity of life for those living with HIV, through education and healthcare.
The Faison Center, located in Richmond, Virginia, is a non-profit educational and treatment center serving individuals and families impacted by autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities.
Hope’s Legacy Equine Rescue
Hope’s Legacy Equine Rescue, Inc. is a non-profit, all-breed rescue working to save equines from a variety of situations including, but not limited to: abuse, abandonment, neglect, slaughter or whose owners can no longer care for them.
The Bridge Line enriches the lives of adults with brain injuries by fostering independence through individualized day and residential services.
Muscular Dystrophy Association
The Muscular Dystrophy Association is an American organization, formed in 1950, which combats muscular dystrophy and diseases of the nervous system and muscular system in general by funding research, providing medical and community services, and educating health professionals and the general public.
Capes 4 Courage
Capes of Courage is a non-profit organization that sews one of a kind capes for children going through a difficult time. Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, and their mission is to give each child hope and courage when they need it most.
McIntire Botanical Garden
McIntire Botanical Garden is a sustainable, admission-free garden in Central Virginia, bringing people and plants together in a natural, restorative environment.
Cause for Paws is a small rescue and adoption group for cats and kittens located in and around Locust Grove, VA. Their mission is to help kittens and cats by getting them any necessary veterinary treatment and then finding forever homes for them.
Our $500 donation will help pay for chartering planes to assist with the evacuation of our Afghan allies. In partnership with the State Department, the Board of NOLB is working 24/7 to do what it can to support the evacuation of as many Afghan interpreters and their families as possible.