Fredericksburg and Stafford are home to several unique organizations, all united in the fight against cancer. When it comes to serving the community, these nonprofit organizations are making quite the impact. Their work is fueled by the belief that it’s not enough to spread awareness. They are taking action by actively helping others when it’s needed most.

Mary Washington Hospital Foundation Breast Cancer Fund

100% of the donations to this fund stay local and directly support patients and their families through the Mary Washington Hospital Foundation Breast Cancer Fund. Funds are used to promote breast cancer awareness; support local training, education and equipment; and to assist patients and their families affected by breast cancer.

For more information, visit:
EIN: 54-1240646 | Fredericksburg, VA, United States

Fairy Godmother Project

The work of the Fairy Godmother Project is to focus on the parents whose children have pediatric cancer. FGP’s mission is to alleviate the day-to-day stress through emotional and financial support to the caregivers of cancer patients. This mission is carried out by making meals, providing professional house cleaning, and lawn care, as well as gas and grocery cards for local families. Through their Financial Relief Fund, FGP pays bills twice annually for the families served. Their work also includes gifting professional photography sessions, as well as assisting with end of life needs for families.

For more information, visit:
EIN: 45-4299835 | Fredericksburg, VA, United States

Ellie’s Elves

Ellie’s Elves offers support and encouragement to local families during times of crisis. This organization was founded in memory of 2-year-old Virginia native, Ellie Blaine, during her battle with pediatric cancer. Ellie’s Elves hosts three collection locations of “Elves Donation Closets” for clothing and shoes, housewares, toiletries, and other necessities. “Ellie’s Toy Closet” is specifically stocked with new toys, electronics, and books for pediatric patients receiving care, with two locations—one in the Mary Washington Hospital Regional Cancer Center and a second in the main building of Mary Washington Healthcare. Ellie’s Elves also created the Pediatric Oncology Fund at the Mary Washington Hospital Foundation.
For more information, visit:
EIN 82-0986280 | Fredericksburg, VA, United States


S.E.R.V.E. began the mission of helping Stafford County families in emergency need. Through collaborative volunteer efforts and donations, this organization assists local Stafford families in need of food, utility, housing, and prescription assistance. Much of this support comes through the Stafford County Government, the Rappahannock United Way Community Fund and designations, the Fredericksburg Regional Food Bank, The Honeywell Charitable Fund of The Community Foundation, and a variety of other community support.

For more information, visit:
EIN: 54-1289683 | Stafford, VA, United States

Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic

The Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic runs on a mission to improve the health and wellness of low-income, uninsured people through quality healthcare delivered in an atmosphere of dignity and respect. The clinic is operated by Fredericksburg Area Regional Health Council, Inc. Monetary and in-kind contributions from individuals and organizations enable the Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic to serve thousands of people in the community each year.

For more information, visit:
EIN: 54-1677934 | Fredericksburg, VA, United States

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