The Southeast 4-H Educational Center (Airfield Conference Center) is one of six 4-H Centers in Virginia. Airfield hosts 4-H Camping and outdoor educational programs for all of Southeast Virginia. Serving the Eastern Shore, all localities on the southside of the James River and west to Emporia, Dinwiddie and Petersburg. 4-H Programs teach life skills to youth in an outdoor environment. We specialize in environmental, team building and other educational programs.
Extension Master Gardeners are trained volunteer educators. VCE-MGs work within their local communities to encourage and promote environmentally sound horticulture practices through sustainable landscape management education and training.
A 501(3)(c), Non Profit Organization to Benefit the Animals of Isle of Wight County.
Blackwater Regional Library, a regional system comprising 9 branches and a bookmobile, originated from a single library facility: The Walter Cecil Rawls Library and Museum. On June 13, 1958, the facility was dedicated for the use of the people of Southampton County and nearby communities.
The Obici Healthcare Foundation is a private Foundation established in 2006 with assets established through the generosity of Amedeo Obici and funds from the merger of the Obici Health System and Sentara Health Care.
The Foundation is an independent entity unrelated to any other health organization.
The Foundation is governed by an independent board composed of citizens living in Suffolk and in surrounding communities in the previous service area of the Louise Obici Memorial Hospital.
Mission: To restore the Elizabeth River to the highest practical level of environmental quality through government, business and community partnerships.
The Mission of Historic St. Luke’s Restoration, Inc. is to preserve, protect, and promote this historic landmark and its collections, documents, history, graveyard, and surroundings.
prior to 1957, the community of Carrsville had no fire protection within the area. In January 1957 the need for a fire department was addressed by the Carrsville Ruritans. The task of organizing the Fire Department was turned over to the Public Service Committee with Walter Johnson as Chairman.
Mission of Hope, a 501c, offering a nights stay for homeless, supported by citizens and churches in Smithfield and Isle of Wight, Va. -November thru March.
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.