Items given to our Donation Center go directly to Villa children and families in need, at no cost to them. We welcome clean and usable clothing, housewares, linens, toiletries, school and office supplies, and new toys and games.
Volunteers are able to accept your donations Monday – Wednesday, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. The Donation Center is located in the basement of the Administration Building (separate entrance on the right side of the building). Get directions.
Sorry, we are unable to accept: furniture, used mattresses, box springs, pillows, stuffed animals, car seats, console televisions, luggage and exercise equipment.
Your willingness to deliver the items to the Donation Center is greatly appreciated as we do not have the resources to pick up donations from the community. If you have any additional questions please call 804-553-3202. The Donation Center is located on the right side of the Villa’s Administration Building.
Please keep bags light so volunteers may easily lift them.
Recently housed individuals and families are in need of cookware in their new homes.
You can help our students achieve brighter futures by designating a financial gift for school supplies or by donating supplies at our Donation Center. Many of our students would not have access to the school supplies they need without your help. Click here to download a flyer with school supplies needs.
We are in need of diapers (sizes 4 and 5) and pull ups.
For students transitioning between buildings on rainy days.
We are seeking the donation of used trucks and/or minivans to help with the daily maintenance of our 82-acre campus. The Villa campus is one of our most distinctive and valuable resources for our children and families, providing innovative opportunities for outdoor education and therapy. Your tax-deductible donation will help us maintain a high quality, nurturing environment for everyone we serve. If you have a truck or minivan in good working condition that you would like to donate, please contact Kathy Perun, Director of Community Engagement at 804-521-5577.
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