How We Help
Community outreach touches the lives of those in need
Since its inception in 1999, Azalea Charities has supported local charitable causes from Arlington to Fredericksburg, Virginia. The goal is to provide financial aid to free local groups from fundraising and let them focus on their core service missions.
|The John Paul Storey Project
John Paul Storey was born with a rare condition called thrombocytopenia-absent radius (TAR) syndrome, a condition that will require a lifetime of special care. Azalea Charities, Inc., Cathy and Russ Carolla, and a dedicated committee have joined forces to provide a helping hand for John Paul Storey and his family. Read more…
|Special Olympics World Games
Golfers Grace Anne Braxton and David Curtin, representing Special Olympics Virginia for Team USA, won gold and silver medals, respectively. Azalea Charities dedicated part of the profits from its annual Azalea Classic Pro-Am Invitational to send these athletes to the Summer Games in Athens, Greece.
Azalea Charities supports BEACON, which serves over 3500 students in Prince William County, VA. BEACON tutors adults in ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages), GED (high school equivalency) and basic reading, writing, and math.
|Boys & Girls Clubs
Azalea Charities supports thousands of kids through the Northern Virginia Boys & Girls Clubs. These Clubs are a positive place for youths to build confidence, develop character and acquire the skills needed to become productive, civic-minded, responsible adults.
|The Cinderella Ball
Going to the prom is a big event in the life of any teenager, and every youth should have a chance for that experience. Azalea Charities, as part of their support of local community charities, presented a check for $3,000 to The House, Inc. to help fund A Cinderella Ball, an event for students in Prince William County who face physical, emotional, or intellectual challenges or terminal illness.