Madison House

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Madison House is a non-profit student volunteer center at the University of Virginia organizing 19 service programs helping the Charlottesville community. The organization is run by 160 student leaders who train and manage the service of 3,175 volunteers.[1]

Tim Freilich was hired as executive director in February 2015. [2]


Programs

  • Adopt-a-Grandparent
  • Animals & Environment
  • Athletics
  • Big Sibling
  • Bridging the Gap (BTG)
  • Cavs in the Classroom
  • Day Care
  • ESL - English as a Second Language
  • HELP Line
  • Holiday Sharing
  • Hoos Against Hunger & Homelessness
  • Housing Improvement Programs
  • Medical Services
  • Migrant Aid
  • Outreach Services
  • PLAY: After School Activities
  • Recreational Therapy
  • Tutoring
  • Youth Mentoring

References

  1. "Madison House • Student Volunteers University of Virginia." Student Council Server. Web. 23 July 2010. <http://scs.student.virginia.edu/~madison/about/index.html>.[dead link]
  2. Web. Meet the new Executive Director of Madison House, Madison House, February 10, 2015, retrieved February 10, 2015.

External links

Official site