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Business & Financial Partnerships

AV Automotive Group


Campbell & Ferrara Nurseries

Chenega Federal Systems


Curran & Whittington, PC

Giorgio's Family Restaurant


Lake Lithograph Printing
& Marketing Services

Lambert Media

Market Magenta

M&T Mortgage

MTM Builder/Developer

Potomac News
"Partnership in Education"

Prince William Regional
Chamber of Commerce

Pros N Hackers Golf Magazine

The Piedmont Club

Wishing Well Coin Race

Working Partnerships

Azalea Charities has formed official working partnerships with other organizations that help us fulfill our mission for helping others.

Crisis Link

CrisisLink gives vital support to those facing life crises, trauma and suicide, and provide information, education and links to community resources to empower people to help themselves. Azalea Charities provides financial support to CrisisLink to assist in the training of Call Center Representatives for the U.S. Army’s new Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline (1-800-984-8523.) The purpose of this hotline, which opened on March 19th, offers wounded, injured, and ill Soldiers and their family members a way to share concerns on the quality of patient care, and provides senior Army leaders with visibility on medically-related issues so they can properly allocate resources to better serve soldiers and families. The Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Hope for the Warriors

The mission of Hope for the Warriors™ is to enhance quality of life for US Service Members and their families nationwide who have been adversely affected by injuries or death in the line of duty. Azalea Charities provides financial support to Hope for the Warriors™ for the short and long-term care of the severely injured as well as special projects to meet the specific needs of wounded soldiers.

Air Compassion for Veterans

The mission and purpose of Air Compassion For Veterans is to ensure that no financially stressed veteran / active duty military person or their family member(s) is denied access to distant specialized medical evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, or rehabilitation for lack of a means of long-distance medical air transportation. ACV is committed to the ongoing healing process of our wounded warriors and will provide transport for activities that aid in the process. Contact phone number is 757-271-2289 or 757-318-9174.