<lst>American Red Cross
4333 Arlington Blvd.
Mission statement: The American Red Cross is a humanitarian organization led by volunteers who provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.
<lst>Ballston-Virginia Square Partnership
Office: Marymount University
1000 N. Glebe Road, Suite 515
Mail: 2807 N. Glebe Road, Suite 515
Arlington, VA 22207
Mission statement: Ballston-Virginia Square Partnership is an organization created to promote Ballston as a desirable business and residential location.
3422 N. 13th St.
Mission statement: The YMCA is an organization that fosters the spiritual, mental and physical development of individuals, families, and communities according to the ideals of inclusiveness, equality and mutual respect for all.
3304 N. Washington Blvd.
Mission statement: Borromeo Housing provides a home to women and children who have no other place to go.
<lst>Arlington Community Action Program
1644 N. McKinley Road
Mission statement: ACAP's mission is to promote health and wellness, self-reliance, education and skill development that will enhance the quality of life for Arlington community residents.
Arlington Food Assistance Center
2708 S. Nelson St.
Mission statement: The Arlington Food Assistance Center seeks to remedy the hunger problem by distributing bread, vegetables, meats, milk and other food items to needy Arlingtonians.
2300 S. Ninth St., Suite 200
Arlington, VA 22204
Mission statement: AHC is a private, nonprofit developer of low- and moderate-income housing in Northern Virginia that secures safe, sound and affordable housing.
Arlington League of Women Voters
P.O. Box 100577
Arlington, VA 22210
703-351-6584 (For President)
Mission statement: The Arlington League of Women voters is a nonpartisan group open to men and women who believe that citizens need to be informed and need to be active in the government.
Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization
2611 Columbia Pike
Arlington, VA 22204
Mission statement: The mission of CPRO is to integrate economic and community development strategies and work with Pike business people, community and neighborhood organizations, residents and Arlington County to create a safer, cleaner, more vibrant and competitive community.
Ethiopian Community Development Council
901 S. Highland St.
Mission statement: The mission of ECDC is to resettle refugees; provide cultural, health, educational and socio-economic development programs to the immigrant and refugee community in the United States; and to assist in educational and socio-economic development programs in the Horn of Africa.
Northern Virginia Family Services
3401 Columbia Pike, Suite 300
Mission statement: Northern Virginia Family Service is a private, nonprofit organization, providing services for families in need in the Northern Virginia area.
Vanguard Services Unlimited
521 North Quincy St.
Mission statement: Vanguard Services Unlimited is a nonprofit, community-based organization that offers high-quality treatment and recovery to individuals and their families who are suffering from the effects of substance abuse.
Women in Military Service for America Memorial Foundation
Memorial: Arlington National Cemetery
Foundation Office: 200 N. Glebe Road, Suite 400, Arlington
Mission statement: The Women in Military Service for America Memorial is a living memorial honoring all military women, past, present and future.
3440 S. 22nd St.
<lst>Arlington Chamber of Commerce
2009 N. 14th St., Suite 111
Arlington, VA 22211
Mission statement: The mission of the Arlington Chamber of Commerce is to promote businesses and economic development within Arlington County.
Arlington Community Foundation
2525 Wilson Blvd.
Mission statement: The Arlington Community Foundation brings the community together by connecting those with the resources to those people and organizations with fresh, exciting ideas and expertise in order to strengthen and revitalize neighborhoods and the community.
Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing
2704 N. Pershing Drive
Mission statement: APAH is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to providing safe, decent and affordable housing opportunities to low- and moderate-income families and individuals in Arlington County.
Arlington United Way
2711 Jefferson Davis Hwy, 401
Mission statement: United Way of the National Capital Area's principal mission is to raise funds in order to improve the health and welfare of the communities and residents of the Greater Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Area.
2009 N. 14th St.,Suite 111
Mission statement: Leadership Arlington's mission is to develop leaders who are committed to building and strengthening the community.
Offender Aid and Restoration of Arlington
1400 N. Uhle St., Suite 704
Mission statement: Offender Aid and Restoration of Arlington offers a program to inmates and ex-offenders to improve their work ethic and to gain practical skills to help them with finding and maintaining employment.
<lst>Crystal City Jaycees
850 S. Irving St.
Mission statement: The Crystal City Jaycees is an organization for young people ages 21-39 who would like to make a difference in South Arlington while making friends and having fun.
Arlington County Medical Society
4615 Lee Highway
Mission statement: The mission of the Arlington County Medical Society is to bring the physicians of Arlington County together into one organization to promote the highest standards of the medical profession and to serve its physicians and the Arlington community.
<lst>Arlington Gay and Lesbian Alliance (AGLA)
P.O. Box 100324
Arlington, VA 22210
Mission statement: AGLA is a nonpartisan organization that strives to improve the quality of life and meet the needs of the gay and lesbian community throughout Arlington.
Arlington Host Lions Club
P.O. Box 50055
Mission statement: Lions Club International is a service organization that helps improve the lives of people all over the world.
P.O. Box 100512
Mission statement: The Arlington Jaycees is a people-oriented organization that helps people improve their communities and themselves.
Arlington-Alexandria Coalition for the Homeless
3103 N. Ninth Road
Arlington VA, 22201
Mission statement: AACH works in coordination with public agencies, businesses and community groups to give homeless people the support, shelter, counseling and employment training they need to regain self-sufficiency.
Northern Virginia Hotline-Crisis Link
2503D N. Harrison St., #114
Arlington, VA 22207
Crisis Link saves lives by providing support for those facing life crisis, trauma and suicide.
<lst>Arlington Historical Society
1805 S. Arlington Ridge Road
The Arlington Historical Society provides information on the history and development of Arlington County.
P.O. Box 1352
Arlington, VA 22210-0652
Information Hotline: 703-241-0395
The D.C. Roadrunners is an organization that trains and participates in area marathons.
<lst> Rosslyn Renaissance
1911 N. Fort Myer Drive, LL-10
Rosslyn Renaissance is a public-private partnership of residents, developers and businesses working together to revive and market Rosslyn.
<lst>Animal Welfare League of Arlington
2650 S. Arlington Mill Drive
Animal Welfare League of Arlington is committed to the humane treatment of animals and to the promotion of animal welfare.
Shirlington Employment and Education Center
2701 S. Nelson St.
Shirlington Employment and Education Center connects day laborers with employers, performs community outreach, and offers vocational training, English as a Second Language, Life Skills and health awareness classes.
<lst>Habitat for Humanity
4451 First Place South
Mission statement: The mission of Northern Virginia Habitat for Humanity is to build homes for low-income families in the Northern Virginia region.
Virginia Partisans Gay and Lesbian Democratic Club
P.O. Box 6243
Arlington, VA 22206
The Virginia Partisans Gay & Lesbian Democratic Club serves as a channel for the participation and involvement of gays and lesbians in the Democratic Party in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
<lst>American Legion Post 139
3445 N. Washington Blvd.
American Legion Post 85
919 N. Kansas St.
14160 Newbrook Drive
Community Residences provides services to people with mental illness, mental retardation and/or physical illness.
George Mason University
3301 N. Fairfax Drive
The Mercatus Center at George Mason University is an education, research and outreach organization.