A.C.T. 4 Life, Inc.
Airfield 4-H Center
Animal Welfare League of the Northern Neck
Ashland Community Preschool
Ashland Strawberry Faire, Inc
Ashland Street Parties, Inc.
Atlee Little League
BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH
Birthday Blessing, Inc.
Capital Region Land Conservancy
Chesterfield Innovative Academy For Girls
Crater Community Hospice
Crime Stoppers Metro Richmond
Deltaville Maritime Museum
EMPOWER EQUINE ASSISTED SERVICES
Forgotten Tails, Inc
Friends for Baden Library
Friends for the Baden Library
Friendship Baptist Church
FRONT ROYAL WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER
FRONT ROYAL WOMENS RESOURCE CENTER
GIRL SCOUT COMMONWEALTH
Grace Home Ministries
Graz'n Acres Therapeutic Riding Center
Hanover Chamber of Commerce
Hanover Community Support Services
Hanover Habitat for Humanity
Hanover Habitat for Humanity
Hanover Interfaith Free Clinics
Heart for Orphans
Hope Family Village
Hopewell/Prince George Chamber of Commerce
House of Refuge Worship Center
James House Intervention/Prevention Services, Inc.
Just R. E. I. G. N.
Keeshond Affiliated Rescuers of the Mid Atlantic
Keystone Financial Planning
Ledwith Lewis Free Clinic
Literacy Volunteers of Gloucester, Inc.
Lower United Methodist Church
MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR YOU INC
Market Ashland Partnership
Middlesex Pet Friends for Life
NAMI Williamsburg Area
Nana & Papa's Nest Inc. Parrot Sanctuary
National Association of Black Counselors Inc
National Kidney Foundation
National Speakers Association of Virginia
Network of Enterprising Women
Northside Coalition for Children, Inc.
Outreach Involvement Center
Peninsula Agency on Aging
Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA
Pepperhill Tire Service
prom-electric.ru - ETO
Purpose Bound Parents
Rice's Hotel / Hughlett's Tavern
Richmond Volleyball Club
Select Saved Organizers
Sharon Baptist Church
Sink or Swim
Social Butterflies Foundation
St John's Episcopal Church
St. Margaret's School
Surry Garden Club
Swift Creek Mill Theatre
The ART of Driving
The CornerStone Community Development Center
The Cultural Arts Center
The First United Baptist Church
The First United Baptist Church
The Illuminated Stage Theatre Company
The McShin Foundation
The Sophie House
User Test LLC
Williamsburg-James City County Community Action Agency
WOBT Debutante Alumnae Association
Women For Live Music Festival
The 39th Annual Ashland Strawberry Faire is a traditional celebration to promote the community and celebrate the strawberry harvest. The Faire will be held on June 6th, on the campus of Randolph-Macon
The 39th Annual Ashland Strawberry Faire is a traditional celebration to promote the community and celebrate the strawberry harvest. The Faire will be held on June 6th, on the campus of Randolph-Macon College campus.
This year, the Ashland Strawberry Faire has been selected as one of the Signature Events for the 300th Anniversary of Hanover County, Virginia! As part of the celebration, a parade of notable Hanoverians will kick off the Faire. More information to come, including how you and your children can participate.
The Faire is a free, community and family-oriented event during which non-profit groups raise funds and offer something for everyone. There are vendors selling arts, crafts, plants, and antiques to the thousands who attend. There are local businesses featured from Ashland and Hanover. The proceeds from the Faire provide scholarships and grants to local non-profit groups.
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
29aprAll DayDenim Day to Support James House SurvivorsAnnual dress down day to support local survivors of sexual violence(All Day: thursday) Event Organized By: James House Intervention/Prevention Services, Inc.
Denim Day is a global sexual violence prevention and education campaign to spread the message that there is never an excuse for rape. Denim Day provides critical financial support for women, men and children
Denim Day is a global sexual violence prevention and education campaign to spread the message that there is never an excuse for rape.
Denim Day provides critical financial support for women, men and children affected by sexual violence in the Greater Tri-Cities Area of Virginia, and this support is needed now more than ever. All donations for participation no matter how large or small will make a difference in the lives of local families!
If you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Make a GIFT HERE today and mention that you support Denim Day or sexual violence survivors!
SUPPORT LOCAL SURVIVORS
You or your denim day workplace captain can track donations on our support log so we know who to send thanks! Donations are accepted via US mail or our secure online via PayPal link www.thejameshouse.org/donate. Our link will allow credit card payments without PayPal login.
Our mailing address is James House, 6610 Commons Drive, Suite C, Prince George, VA 23875.
SNAP A PHOTO AND PARTICIPATE IN THE CHALLENGE
In addition to wearing jeans, here are some ideas to make Denim Day more engaging:
- Photos! Capture your involvement by taking individual or family group photos. Do not gather in groups at your expense, pictures from your home office in denim attire is perfect! Make sure you have consent from a parent or guardian for any children and everyone in the photo because we will be posting them on Facebook.
- Competition! This year we will have a ‘Cover Something in Denim’ competition. The person/team with the most creativedenim coveredproject will win recognition and a gift certificate to a small business to support! Contest submissions will be collected through April 29,2020 at 11:59PMvia social media tag or email.
- To share your pictures, you can post your photos and tag us @thejameshousehelps on Facebook, @TheJamesHouse on Twitter, and @thejameshousehelps on Instagram by April 29, or email them to email@example.com.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF DENIM DAY
Why denim? Denim Day was originally triggered by a ruling by the Italian Supreme Court where a rape conviction was overturned because the justices felt that since the victim was wearing tight jeans she must have helped her rapist remove her jeans, thereby implying consent. The following day, the women in the Italian Parliament came to work wearing jeans in solidarity with the victim. Denim Day was developed in response to this case and wearing jeans during this annual event has become a symbol of protest against erroneous and destructive attitudes about sexual assault.