To address disparities that will overcome obstacles and break down barriers that will forge new pathways for greater engagement in girl sports.

Conscious Capitalist Foundation works to interrupt the school to prison pipeline by providing financial literacy training, business skill development, and credible messenger mentoring to transform the thinking, attitude and behavior of high-risk youth so their past circumstances don’t define their futures.

Provides real-world development for youth and young adults ages 10-24, utilizing its principles, Love over Ego, Love over Fear, & Communication over Conflict, helping them to overcome challenges, find purpose, and live their true greatness.

Founded in 1998, PHAR’s Mission is to Educate and Empower Low Income Residents to Protect and Improve Our Own Communities through Collective Action.

To establish, develop, and promote racial unity within the faith leadership of the Charlottesville-Albemarle Region through fellowship, collaborative partnership, relationship-building and public witness.

To provide a platform for the voices, needs and wants of the Latinx community in Charlottesville and surrounding counties through education and leadership development.

Sin Barreras provides direct services to clients, runs workshops to provide resources and education (for both the Spanish and English speaking communities), and participates in advocacy initiatives that affect our clients.

The Jefferson School African American Heritage Center’s mission is to honor and preserve the rich heritage and legacy of the African-American community of Charlottesville-Albemarle, Virginia and to promote a greater appreciation for, and understanding of, the contributions of African Americans and peoples of the Diaspora locally, nationally and globally.

To advocate on behalf of Black women and girls to promote leadership development and gender equity in the areas of health, education, and economic empowerment.

The 100 Black Men of Central Virginia advocate for the elimination of the achievement gap of African American males in grades K -12.