Most members of our community are touched everyday by a nonprofit organization in some way. Nonprofits build vibrant, sustainable communities, promote health and safety, celebrate and support the arts, and help protect our planet for future generations.
This holiday season there are many ways to show your support to the organizations that make our communities strong, whether you choose to contribute financially, or by volunteering.
The following are local organizations that Coldwell Banker Carlson Real Estate and/or our agents have been involved with or, there is always the charity of your choice.
"We only have what we give" - Isabel Allende
The Clarina Howard Nichols Center works to end domestic and sexual violence in Lamoille County. Clarina provides advocacy programs, emergency shelter, support and direct services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence as well as community outreach programs to affect social change.
Green Mountain Habitat for Humanity builds decent, simple and very energy-efficient homes and sells them at cost to low-income families who have been living in substandard rental housing. Green Mountain Habitat is able to keep the cost of the home as low as possible for partner families by depending on volunteers to help build the houses. All funds are raised locally.
Lamoille Area Cancer Network is a non-profit organization formed in 2000 to assist people in local Vermont communities that have been diagnosed with cancer. The mission of Lamoille Area Cancer Network is to act as an emergency fund source to assist families and individuals in the Lamoille Area with small grants while they are going through their journey with cancer. The physical and emotional stress of being diagnosed with and beginning the battle with cancer can be overwhelming. The financial burden of the fight grows as well, it is LACN’s goal to help lessen the impact.
Lamoille Community Food Share is a nonprofit group dedicated to providing food security for friends and neighbors in and around Lamoille County. Lamoille Community Food Share operates a pantry in Morrisville where families receive basic food and other grocery items to help stretch their food dollar. The pantry is supplied through donations of food and cash.
The Lamoille Family Center affirms the right of all children to grow up in an environment that enables them to become healthy adults by educating, encouraging and celebrating families. As a family resource center, they focus on creating an atmosphere in which all families are welcomed, nurtured, and supported. They recognize that raising children is an important and challenging job for all parents, and that the outcomes of that endeavor have a profound impact on our communities and society. The Family Center is committed to developing a system of care for children and families that weaves together best practices of professionals, the wisdom and experience of families, and the strengths and hopes of the community.
Lamoille Home Health and Hospice's it a non-profit with a mission is to support health, independence and dignity through quality care in the home. The Agency believes that the highest standards of health and end-of-life care are fundamental rights.
Lamoille County Mental Health Services is one of the designated agencies in Vermont that is charged with the responsibility of providing comprehensive community mental health, developmental and related services to the citizens of Lamoille Valley. Our services include individual, family and group therapy, medication therapy and support, emergency and crisis support, developmental, day treatment, housing, vocational, and outreach services to individuals, families and schools.
Meals On Wheels of Lamoille County’s mission is to improve the health and independence for seniors throughout Lamoille County by providing delicious and nutritious home cooked meals via home delivery and senior community meal sites. Meals on Wheels of Lamoille County is the largest Meals on Wheels program in North-Central Vermont, serving an average of 190+ meals a day to seniors across Lamoille County.
North Country Animal League's mission is to promote compassionate and responsible reltationships between humans and animals. NCAL is a limited-access facility which does not euthanize to make room for incoming animals. All animals adopted from North Country Animal League are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, de-wormed and treated for fleas, and microchipped.