James House relies on community support to help over 1,600 people affected by abuse each year. Your time, talents, and gifts empower our clients to transform their lives.
ACI- Atlantic Constructors, Inc. staff teamed up to make a difference on Denim Day 2018. James House Board Member, David Parker and volunteer, Dayami Rabassa championed our event, asking the team for pocket change and donations to support survivors of sexual violence, and raised $1200 on April 25, 2018. Their company continues to volunteer and assist us in tasks at our office, shelter, and beyond!
One of our volunteers planned a give back day at his work. Kaillou arranged for volunteers to host a James House table, spread the message about services, and collect donations from Old Navy customers!
Other Ways to Give
- By Mail
Mail checks to James House, 6610 Commons Dr Suite C, Prince George, VA 23875.
- In kind donations
Make an appointment to drop off donations from 9am-4:30pm Monday-Friday at 6610 Commons Dr Suite C Prince George, VA 23875.
- Workplace Giving
CVC #7459, CFC #14219, United Way #H172.
- Collect cell phones
Send us cell phones in any condition to help pay our hotline costs.
- Collect empty ink cartridges
Send us empty ink cartridges to help pay for our office supplies.
- Shop online
Use Amazon SmileTM or Good Shop or Slickdeals and select The James House Intervention / Prevention Services, Inc as your charity of choice.
- Link us to your shopper card
Use your Kroger Plus card to earn money for James House through the Kroger Community Rewards program. Search for ‘James House’ or use the code 88109 to select us as your choice organization.
Learn more about the how James House is making a difference and the people who support our work. We work with many local companies and foundations to provide the funds necessary to support our programs. Thank you to the following supporters in 2018!
Altria Companies Employee Community Fund, Atlantic Constructors, Inc., City of Hopewell (CDBG) Colonial Harley-Davidson, the Community Foundation Serving Richmond and Central Virginia, County of Dinwiddie, Industrial Turn Around Company (ITAC), the John Randolph Foundation, the Publix Super Markets Charities, the Runser Family Foundation, the Titmus Foundation