We are a 501c3 not-for-profit, free public service for Virginians. To cover the expense of operating, we rely on partnerships, grants and contributions from organizations in Virginia that have made a commitment to improving the lives of older adults, people with disabilities, veterans, and their caregivers and families. Without the help of these organizations, we could not provide our valuable services throughout the Commonwealth. To learn more about the sponsors and partners that support our mission, click on the following logo links or scroll down the page.
Information About Our Partners and Sponsors
The CTA Foundation is a public, national foundation affiliated with the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™. The foundation’s grants strategically support programs that improve the lives of seniors and people with disabilities. Because we consider grants part of a partnership, we work closely with our grantees to ensure their programs’ success. The foundation also facilitates dialog among industry, consumers, government, advocacy groups and other key stakeholders. Recognized as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 2009, and it started supporting its first programs in 2012.
The Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) focuses on improving the response to seniors and Virginians with disabilities who need some aid in maintaining their options for independence, safety and employment. The Office for Aging Services, Division for Community Living fosters the dignity, independence, and security of older Virginians by promoting partnerships with families and communities. The Office helps people find the information and services they need to lead healthy and independent lives as they grow older.
The federal government has designated VDA as the entity to oversee all of the state programs that use funds provided by the federal Older Americans Act. Twenty-five local Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) have contracts with DARS to provide services to communities throughout Virginia. Other groups also contract with DARS to provide services.
If you have questions or need information, please visit our website at www.dars.virginia.gov, contact us by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call us toll free at 1-800-552-3402 (Nationwide Voice/TTY).
The Virginia Department for Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS) is the agency that oversees policy for behavioral health and developmental disability services in the Commonwealth of Virginia. DBHDS supports people by promoting recovery, self-determination, and wellness in all aspects of life.
Dominion Energy is one of the nation's largest producers of energy, with an energy portfolio of about 28,100 megawatts of generation, about 6 trillion cubic feet equivalent of proved natural gas reserves and 7,900 miles of natural gas transmission pipeline. Dominion Energy also operates the nation's largest underground natural gas storage system with more than 965 billion cubic feet of storage capacity and serves retail energy customers in eighteen states. Corporate headquarters are located in Richmond, Va.
Charitable giving and leadership of campaigns to benefit non-profit organizations are an integral part of Dominion Energy’s social responsibility. Principally through the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation, the company contributes more than $20 million annually to charities in the states where it operates. Grants are made in several categories, supporting a variety of programs, such as foodbanks, homeless shelters, educational grants, cultural outreach programs in the performing arts, and land and habitat preservation.
The Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) is a state agency based in Richmond, Virginia with branch offices in Fairfax and Vienna. DRPT is responsible for rail, public transportation and commuter services initiatives throughout Virginia. DRPT serves as a strong advocate, an expert source of information and research, and a funding partner for these programs in Virginia. DRPT also represents the Commonwealth’s rail, public transportation and commuter services interests at the local, state, and national levels.
Fairfax County is a proud partner of and supports VirginiaNavigator's Local Government Partnership Program. This program is designed to assist residents of Fairfax County in locating programs and services, as well as educational information through the VirginiaNavigator Family of Websites and provides added benefits for the community.
The Institute for Public Health Innovation (IPHI) is a unique non-profit resource that 1) strengthens health service systems and public policy; 2) improves the environments and conditions where people live, work, learn, and play; and 3) builds organizational and community capacity.
Started in 2009, IPHI is one of over 40-member public health institutes within the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI). Public health institutes work with public and private partners to strengthen public health and make systemic improvements. The focus is on community health (versus individual health). This approach helps all people access the conditions and resources needed to live healthy, happy lives. IPHI is the official public health institute serving the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia.
Truist Financial Corporation (NYSE: TFC) is a purpose-driven financial services company committed to inspiring and building better lives and communities. Formed by the historic merger of equals of BB&T and SunTrust, Truist has leading market share in many high-growth markets in the country. The company offers a wide range of services including retail, small business and commercial banking; asset management; capital markets; commercial real estate; corporate and institutional banking; insurance; mortgage; payments; specialized lending; and wealth management. Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, Truist is a top 10 U.S. commercial bank with total assets of $530 billion as of Sept. 30, 2021. Truist Bank, Member FDIC. Learn more at Truist.com.