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Enabling our Elderly to Serve our Community

Clinch Valley Community Action has been located in Tazewell County since 1965.  But our programs and services have extended even beyond those borders as we continue our legacy of helping people help themselves.  Our dedicated employees work diligently to ensure not only that CVCA’s services are delivered, but that our community is a better place to live.  Explore our website to see what is available, but more importantly, call or visit with our people so we can help you succeed in your future.

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Accepting New Senior Companions

“I am needed and I help my clients stay independent in their home…where they want to stay” — This is often said by volunteer companions with the Senior Companion Program.

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is rapidly approaching, and we are busy planning activities for Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  Attached are registration forms for our upcoming events!

Hope on Wheels

Join us on Sunday, October 1, 2017 for a bike ride through Burke’s Garden! This sister event to our popular Hike for Hope in April allows folks to enjoy the great outdoors & support their favorite nonprofitJ We will meet at the Burke’s Garden Community Center for registration at 2pm, and the ride starts at 3pm.  Our partner, Outdoor Adventure Centers, LLC (OAC) will provide guides for the 12-mile ride, and limited bike rentals are available.  If you would like to reserve a bike, please contact OAC at 276-971-3038.  There is not a registration fee for this event, but donations will be accepted to support our Nature Therapy Fund.  Free t-shirts are available for the first 50 registrations.

Click here to print and complete the application or you can pick one up at CVCA.

Paint it Purple

This year, we are selling T-shirts for Paint it Purple, which is Tuesday, October 3, 2017.  Paint it Purple is our annual awareness event where we ask schools, businesses, churches, allied professionals, and the community to wear purple to show their support & commitment to ending violence!

We have ordered a few extra T-shirts, sizes Medium, Large & 1X. They are $10.00. A picture of the T-shirt is attached to this email. If you would like to order a T-shirt, please let us know soon!

A Walk to Remember

Join us to honor, celebrate, recognize & remember those who have experienced domestic violence and sexual assault. This event will be held at the Walking Track at SWCC on Wednesday, October 4, 2017. Registration begins at 6:00 P.M. and the Walk begins at 7:00 P.M. This event is neither timed nor is there a specified distance to walk. Participants can walk at whatever pace they choose. Immediately following the walk, we will hear from several survivors who will share their stories, followed by a closing candlelight ceremony.  There is not a registration fee for this event. We are encouraging groups to walk together….co-workers, church members, friends, etc.  Hope to see you on the 4th! 

Click here to print and complete the application or you can pick one up at CVCA.

Fourth Annual Halloween Hustle 5K/Monster Mash Kids’ Dash

It’s that time of year again…to wear your favorite costume & join us for our annual 5K!  Early registration is $25, includes a T-shirt and ends on September 30, 2017.  We also have the Monster Mash Kids’ Dash again this year for children ages 5-10. The Kids’ Dash is $10 and does not include a T-shirt.

The 5K will be held on Saturday, October 21 at 7:00 P.M. in Tazewell. As a night run, we are encouraging participants to wear costumes & GLOW.  We will have glow swag & paint available for purchase as well as black lights for 5K fun!!!!     #getyourGLOWon

Click here to print and complete the Halloween Hustle 5K application or you can pick one up at CVCA.

Click here to print and complete the Monster Mash Kids’ Dash application or you can pick one up at CVCA.

Family Crisis Services Needs Volunteers

Family Crisis Services, a joint domestic violence and sexual assault program of Clinch Valley Community Action, Inc., seeks energetic, dependable and self-motivated individuals to work as Volunteer Advocates.  Volunteers are needed to provide shelter coverage, to answer the hotline, to provide child care and emergency transportation, to provide office support, to assist with public awareness and fundraisers, and to serve as court advocates.

Volunteer Advocates provide companionship, a friendly face, and a listening ear to victims and their families. This job requires a great deal of tact, empathy, understanding and emotional maturity.  Volunteers should also respect confidentiality, display a responsible work ethic and work well with people.

For more information, please call Jennifer Bourne at (276) 988-5583.

Soar Virginia Scholarship Program

Virginia529 College Savings Plan (Virginia529) has expanded its scholarship program for high school students in a new partnership with Project Discovery of Virginia, Inc. (Project Discovery). The expansion adds 10 districts to the 38 currently participating.

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