Vermont NonProfits

VT Giving: Philanthropy & Non-Profit Organizations

Vermont Nonprofit organizationsEvery day Vermont nonprofit businesses, organizations, and institutions assist Vermonters and help make life better for not only people but for farm animals as well. Vermont is home to hundreds of nonprofits – the opportunity to help is located in every corner of the state. Consider becoming a volunteer at a Vermont nonprofit. Many Vermont non-profit organizations need your donation and/or your valuable time to carry out their mission. Choose your philanthropic endeavors wisely.  Thank you for visiting Vermont Living. Contact us for Vermont marketing information.

Vermont Nonprofit Organizations

Mountain View Farm Animal Sanctuary
Mountain View Farm Animal Sanctuary, 3383 Darling Hill Rd., E. Burke, VT 05832 | 802-626-9924
Visit Mountain View Farm Animal Sanctuary in Vermont to see our rescued animals and please consider making a donation to help us care for them. If you share our love for animals and would like to get more involved with MVFAS we would love to welcome you as a volunteer. Volunteers join us on the farm or from their homes offering their time and services to the sanctuary.
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Heart of Vermont Chamber of Commerce, Hardwick, Vt
The Heart of Vermont Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 111, Hardwick, VT 05843
Cabot, Craftsbury, Greensboro, Hardwick, Walden, Wolcott, Woodbury, Stannard. Cool summer lakes; miles of winter snow trails; art; agriculture; inspiration and innovation. Simply beautiful, Beautifully Simple.
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Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce, Your Place in Vermont Okemo Chamber, Okemo
Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce, 57 Pond Street, Ludlow, VT 05149
The Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce is located in South Central Vermont. We serve the Towns of Andover, Cavendish, known for trophy trout fishing; Chester, known for Arts & Antiques; Ludlow, home of Okemo Mountain Resort, Mount Holly famous for Cider Days; Plymouth, home to President Calvin Coolidge State historic site and Weston, home to the originalVermont Country Store. Call 802-228-5830 and let us help plan your Vermont vacation.
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Mountain View Farm Animal Sanctuary
3383 Darling Hill Road
East Burke, VT
Ph: 802-626-9924

Nurturing Community: Exploring Vermont’s Vibrant Non-Profit Landscape

At the heart of Vermont’s community spirit lies Vermont’s robust network of non-profit organizations, which play a pivotal role in enriching the lives of its residents and preserving the state’s unique heritage.Let’s explore the diverse array of non-profits in Vermont, exploring their missions, impact, and contributions to the Green Mountain State.

1. The Essence of Vermont Non-Profits:

  • Defining the Non-Profit Sector: What qualifies as a non-profit organization in Vermont?
  • Legal Framework: Understanding the regulatory environment governing non-profits in the state.
  • Historical Context: Tracing the evolution of non-profits in Vermont and their significance in shaping community development.

2. Environmental Conservation and Sustainability:

  • Preservation Efforts: Highlighting organizations like the Vermont Land Trust (P.O. Box 629, Montpelier, VT 05601) dedicated to conserving Vermont’s natural resources.
  • Sustainable Agriculture: Exploring groups such as NOFA Vermont (P.O. Box 697, Richmond, VT 05477) promoting organic farming practices and local food systems.
  • Renewable Energy Initiatives: Showcasing entities like Renewable Energy Vermont (255 S. Champlain St., Suite 11, Burlington, VT 05401) driving the transition to clean energy.

3. Social Services and Humanitarian Aid:

  • Homelessness and Housing: Discussing organizations like the Committee on Temporary Shelter (P.O. Box 1616, Burlington, VT 05402) addressing housing insecurity and homelessness prevention.
  • Healthcare Access: Examining entities like the Vermont Health Care Foundation (P.O. Box 1360, Burlington, VT 05402) providing healthcare services and mental health support.
  • Food Security: Highlighting initiatives such as the Vermont Foodbank (33 Parker Road, Barre, VT 05641) combating hunger and food insecurity statewide.

4. Arts, Culture, and Education:

  • Cultural Enrichment: Featuring non-profits like the Vermont Arts Council (136 State St., Montpelier, VT 05633) supporting local artists and cultural festivals.
  • Educational Initiatives: Discussing organizations such as the Vermont Community Foundation (3 Court St., Middlebury, VT 05753) enhancing educational opportunities and literacy programs.
  • Creative Expression: Showcasing institutions like the Shelburne Museum (6000 Shelburne Road, Shelburne, VT 05482) fostering creativity and cultural appreciation.

5. Community Development and Advocacy:

  • Economic Empowerment: Highlighting groups like the Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund (3 Pitkin Court, Suite 301E, Montpelier, VT 05602) promoting small business development and economic revitalization.
  • Social Justice Advocacy: Discussing organizations such as Rights & Democracy Vermont (41 State St., Montpelier, VT 05602) working towards equity, diversity, and inclusion.
  • Civic Engagement: Showcasing entities like the Vermont League of Cities and Towns (89 Main St., Suite 4, Montpelier, VT 05602) promoting voter participation and community organizing for social change.

6. Volunteerism and Philanthropy:

  • Volunteer Opportunities: Encouraging community members to get involved through organizations like Volunteer Vermont (255 S. Champlain St., Suite 11, Burlington, VT 05401).
  • Philanthropic Giving: Exploring avenues for charitable giving through institutions like the Vermont Community Foundation (3 Court St., Middlebury, VT 05753).
  • Impact of Volunteerism: Sharing stories of individuals making a difference and the transformative power of community engagement.

Vermont Living thanks our hard-working Vermont non-profit volunteers and supporters. Vermont’s non-profit organizations are the lifeblood of our state’s communities. Vermont non-profits embody the spirit of compassion, collaboration, and resilience. As residents and supporters, let us continue to champion their invaluable work and uphold the principles of community stewardship that define the essence of Vermont.


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