Serving The Children of Washington County, VA
Barter Theatre will maintain a sustainable model of producing world-class theatre that entertains, engages, and connects artists and audience, while reflecting the inherently Appalachian values of hard work, generosity, service and story.
The Boys & Girls Club of the Mountain Empire has club members ages 5 to 18 enjoy after-school and summer programs that allow them to develop lasting friendships and empower them to make great futures a reality.
With over 50 years of experience and tradition, our Vision - “enabling each student to achieve their highest academic, social, and physical potential in order to become responsible and productive citizens” guides and inspires our faculty and staff to achieve excellence in teaching and learning.
The foundation was established to promote the future success of youth, initially at Rhea Valley Elementary School, Damascus Middle School, and Holston High School, by providing growth opportunities, educational programs, and academic scholarships.
People Incorporated promotes the dignity of individuals and families, moves people into the economic mainstream, and works to develop existing strengths and resources within communities. All of our efforts are directed by the concerns, hopes, needs, and dreams of the people we serve.
Located in Washington County, just outside of Abingdon, the 4-H Center has been serving the 13-county Southwest Virginia community at its historic 75-acre facility since 1960.
Our flagship program is Junior 4-H Camp, an overnight week-long program for youth ages 9-12 with 13-18 year old teen leaders.
William King Museum of Art (WKMA) is a visual arts and cultural heritage museum serving residents of Southwest Virginia & Northeast Tennessee as well as visitors to the area. The museum aims to provide arts education, exhibit fine art, and preserve the region’s cultural heritage. WKMA will maintain its historic facility and accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums.