Staunton / Augusta Art Center

The Staunton Augusta Art Center, Inc. is a non-profit 501(C)(3) community art organization devoted to providing area children and adults, as well as visitors to the region, diverse experiences in the creation and appreciation of the visual arts. The Art Center supports artists and artisans by providing opportunities to exhibit and sell their work and by providing them employment opportunities through teaching.

Spring Arbor of Salisbury

Spring Arbor of Salisbury brings a special combination of neighborly warmth and compassionate care to seniors in Salisbury and the Midlothian Virginia area and beyond. Nestled in the heart of Chesterfield County’s most unique residential area.

South Boston-Halifax Co. Museum of Fine Arts & History

The museum is operated for the collection, exhibition, and preservation of antiques, works of art, books, and physical items, which are historically significant to the past, present, and future heritage of Halifax County and Southside Virginia. It further performs and encourages research, publishes, exhibits, and preserves the results of such research.

The Shepherd’s Center of Chesterfield

The Shepherd’s Center of Chesterfield is a non-profit, interfaith organization of senior adults who donate their time, talents, professional expertise, automobiles, gasoline, and other resources to help other senior adults remain independent in their own homes. It was established in August 2001 with the mission to enrich the lives of adults 50 and better by offering volunteer opportunities for community service and lifelong learning and to help them remain active and independent.

Sedalia Center Inc.

In the Spring of 1988, the Bedford County School Board made a decision to sell, by means of sealed bid, the abandoned Counter Ridge Elementary School (now the Sedalia Center). Dr. and Mrs. William McCabe turned in the highest bid and hence became owners of the school building and surrounding seven acres. By October 1989, enough renovation had taken place to re-open the former school for public activities. Because the property is located in the old rural community of Sedalia, the new enterprise was re-named the Sedalia Center. The brick school was called the Stuart L. McCabe Memorial Building in memory of the McCabes’ son who was killed in an accident in 1990. Shortly thereafter, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. “Buzzy” Coleman became partners with the McCabes in the project. Initially, the property was designated as “the Sedalia Center for the Art of Living and the Living Arts” – a phrase judged broad enough to accommodate any activity that this lively common ground could provide.

Science Museum of Virginia

The Science Museum of Virginia has hundreds of hands-on experiences to amaze and inspire you! Along with fun ways to explore science, our exhibits provide many ways of meeting the Scientific Investigation, Reasoning and Logic strands in the Virginia Standards of Learning.

Round the Mountain: Southwest Virginia’s Artisan Network

‘Round the Mountain, with offices at Heartwood in Abingdon, VA, serves as the hub for a network of more than 400 Southwest Virginia artisans and craftspeople. Our staff assists members to become better entrepreneurs, helps market their work and communicates the value of locally produced craft and food from our distinctive and authentic region.

River Road Church, Baptist

From 1946 to today, River Road Church has provided a distinctive church home where families and individuals from a variety of Christian backgrounds can find an engaging worship experience, deepening spiritual growth, opportunities for service to others and hearty fellowship.

Rivanna Conservation Society

The Rivanna Conservation Society (RCS) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization created in 1990. As the “Voice of the Rivanna,” RCS’s mission is to safeguard the ecological, recreational, historical, cultural and scenic resources of the Rivanna River and its tributaries.

Rawls Museum Arts Inc.

The Walter Cecil Rawls Library and Museum was first envisioned in 1952 by Walter Cecil Rawls, a St. Louis businessman and native of Southampton County. In searching for a suitable site, Mr. Rawls enlisted the aid of his boyhood friend, Junius W. Pulley who suggested the Courtland location. Both Mr. Rawls, an inventor and amateur artist, and Mr. Pulley desired that the library would include a museum to house artifacts of the county and collections of art.