Virginia Chapter

IBC-Virginia Chapter and affiliate organizations offer services to the community that include: training and skills development programs, services to the elderly, performing arts programs, mentoring programs, scholarships, single-parent and family support programs affordable childcare and after school programs, neighborhood revitalization programs, housing, education and health initiatives, entrepreneur skills training, computer and internet technology programs, referral services, and  crisis relief efforts. 

IBC-Virginia Chapter provides local non-profit organizations with the opportunity to raise funds in employee workplace campaigns through its umbrella Federation services.  Organizations that provide services to Black, high-risk under-served communities join the federation.  A limited number of community non-profit organizations receive funding from participation in employee workplace campaigns as they are unaware of this opportunity and or have the technical expertise to complete the process.  There is a great need for the IBC Federations to help organizations with these challenges. The Federation approach provides the one-stop model for organizations to participate in the fund raising process to gain funding to help their constituency. IBC-VA helps organizations build a permanent base for funding programs services, supporting day-to-day operations and developing critical projects which allows expanded services to more people in need.

Help for the Holidays
meals, gifts and goods to the most vulnerable during the holiday season

Stuff The Bus – “Toy Joy”
toys for joy to underprivileged children at Christmas

love gifts and cards for the disabled and the elderly on Special Days
“I” Match Services
furniture, clothing, household goods, small appliances and vehicles for qualified recipients

Back- to-School Basics
supplies and books for school-aged children to begin the school year

Community Education and Awareness
education and information to build awareness of the programs available and the objectives to pool resources to expand charitable giving to help children, families and communities in need

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