Lake Prince Woods

Lake Prince Woods Retirement Community opened in 2002. Situated on 172 lovely acres in Suffolk Virginia, Lake Prince Woods is ideally located so that residents can enjoy small town charm with easy access to Virginia Beach, Norfolk, or Williamsburg in less than one hour’s drive. Richmond and Washington, DC are also easily accessible by car. Lake Prince Woods retirement community offers a senior lifestyle unsurpassed in the area. The campus borders Lake Prince, a large freshwater lake known for excellent fishing and recreational boating.

James River Chapter, The Links, Inc.

As one of 274 chapters of The Links, Incorporated, a national volunteer service organization, the James River Valley Chapter has served the Richmond community since 1983. Empowered by its rich legacy of public service, our chapter has focused its efforts toward providing transformational programs to make a difference in the lives of citizens in this area and beyond.

James River Art League

James River Art League is a non-profit organization with nearly 100 member artists from the greater Richmond and Central Virginia region. Our goal is to encourage the creation and appreciation of art. We provide our members with motivation, association, and continuing education through programs that feature qualified artists and art professionals, and we provide opportunities for members to exhibit artwork in venues throughout the greater Richmond area. Our member artists work in a diverse spectrum of art media, including oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, graphite, collage, silk screen, block prints and sculpture.

Herndon Foundation for the Cultural Arts / Art Space

ArtSpace HerndonArtSpace Herndon is a community art gallery created and supported by art lovers in the greater Herndon area providing opportunities for local artists and photographers to exhibit their art, teach classes, and offer workshops. As a gathering place celebrating the arts, ArtSpace Herndon is also a showcase for performers. ArtSpace Herndon is attracting artists and performers at local, national, and international levels.

Hermitage in Northern VA

The Hermitage in Northern Virginia is a non-profit continuing care retirement community (CCRC) owned and operated by Virginia United Methodist Homes, Inc. Since the community’s founding in 1962, our mission has been to provide services, programs and amenities that enhance the quality of life for older persons of all faiths.

Henricus Foundation, Henricus Historical Park

Henricus Historical Park is a living history museum operating as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization in partnership with the Henricus Foundation and counties of Chesterfield and Henrico.

Gunston Hall Plantation

Gunston Hall was once the center of a 5,500-acre tobacco and corn plantation. Its owner, George Mason IV (1725-1792), was a fourth generation Virginian who became a senior statesman and author of the Virginia Declaration of Rights, Mason was among the first to call for such fundamental American liberties as religious toleration and freedom of the press.

Tephra Institute of Contemporary Art (Tephra ICA)

Tephra ICA was founded in 1974 by artists and art lovers as a source of cultural enrichment for the new town of Reston. From its early beginnings in the Lake Anne Village Center to its current home in Reston Town Center, Tephra ICA continues its role as a leader in the expanding regional arts community.

Goodwin House Alexandria

Since 1967, Goodwin House Incorporated has been enhancing the lives and expanding the possibilities of aging for older men and women in Northern Virginia. Maintaining independence and security, expressing individuality and fellowship, celebrating life through every stage of aging…rich and purposeful living is in abundance throughout the Goodwin House communities. Goodwin House enhances all aspects of life through two extraordinary continuing care retirement communities and other sought-after services.

Goodwin House Bailey’s Crossroad

Residents at Goodwin House Bailey’s Crossroads live life to the fullest—enjoying time with friends, taking classes, helping out in the community. Home is a beautiful haven in the midst of a popular area in Falls Church, Virginia. All this, plus a spacious apartment, beautiful common areas and the comfort of knowing that Goodwin House Bailey’s Crossroads’ levels of living will always provide the care they need.