The Woman’s Club of Smithfield continues to be a giving organization both monetarily and through volunteer hours. Today there are over one hundred members in the club working to give back to their community. The Smithfield club supports approximately fifty local and national organizations through volunteer hours and/or financial support. The club is proud of its history of volunteer service and we pledge to continue to be true to our purpose of promoting social, civic, educational and cultural development of the community.
Graz'n Acres TRC is a non-profit organization providing therapeutic equine assisted activities for children and adults with physical, intellectual, learning and learning disabilities.
All lessons are developed and tailored for each individual participant based on his or her diagnosis and specific goals. The goals may include improving fine and gross motor skills, socialization, memory skills, behavior and much more. Our specially trained horses and the environment provide a therapeutic benefit not provided in other settings.
Chippokes Plantation State Park offers modern recreational activities (camping, swimming, biking, etc) along with a glimpse of bygone life with its antebellum mansion, formal gardens, and the Farm & Forestry Museum. Volunteers assist with interpretive programs (historical and environmental), gardening activities, maintenance work, and special events.
The Luter Family YMCA provides a safe, family-oriented environment, and a gathering place for thousands of kids, families, seniors and individuals. In its previous life, part of the Luter Family YMCA was Smithfield High School. It was leased to the YMCA by the County of Isle of Wight in 1995. It was renovated in 2004 and again in 2012 with the expansion of the Wellness Center, Child Watch and Group Exercise rooms.