Langley for Families Foundation Donations Exceed $1 Million in 2021
Another record high and the first year to exceed $1 million
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – (January 6, 2022) – In 2021, Langley for Families Foundation eclipsed the $1 million milestone in annual impact with donations to local causes totaling more than $1,000,000. When combined with the philanthropic efforts of Langley Federal Credit Union, donations exceeded $1.5 million.
The donations assisted 133 regional nonprofit organizations in addition to Langley’s continued support of CHKD’s new mental health hospital in Norfolk. The funded organizations focused on four program areas: healthcare, housing and human services, safety and security, and education.
In 2021, Langley for Families Foundation donated $1,002,138, an 18% increase. Since its start in 2014, the Foundation has donated $3,600,000. These funds were generated from generous employees, members and successful fundraising events such as the annual golf tournament and cash raffle.
“Langley for Families Foundation allows us to make a difference in the lives of families throughout Hampton Roads by providing basic needs for those most in need, like shelter, food, and education,” said President & CEO Tom Ryan. “Meeting the $1 million milestone is a huge accomplishment for our staff and our members.”
Langley Federal Credit Union also made a profound economic impact in the region beyond charitable giving. With more than $3.4 billion in member deposits, $3.3 billion in member loans and more than 300,000 members, Langley has grown to be one of the top 100 credit unions in the country.
Highlights from Langley’s 2021 community impact:
- Donated $125,000 in scholarships to local universities, teachers and graduating high school seniors. Langley made its first scholarship contribution to the College of William & Mary this year.
- Donated $10,000 to American Red Cross of Coastal Virginia to support its work relocating Afghan refugees in Virginia after the U.S. military withdrawal.
- Granted $95,000 in Annual Impact Cause Grants to five organizations: Freekind, Safe House Project, Samaritan House, Survivor Ventures and Transitions in addition to providing monthly webinars and information sessions for employees on human trafficking, the selected cause for 2021.
- Langley’s senior team volunteered to serve on 21 nonprofit Boards of Directors.
- Langley employees reached a new record in 2021 by volunteering a total of 2,127 hours on community projects, an estimated value of $60,000.
- During the holidays, Langley employee teams adopted 111 foster children for Christmas through Tidewater Friends of Foster Care.
- Employees donated a total of $48,313 to the Langley for Families Foundation, which was matched 100% by Langley Federal Credit Union.
- In November, employees hosted a food drive challenge that raised 8,358 items to benefit Samaritan House and the Virginia Peninsula Foodbank.
2021 Nonprofit Grant Recipients
|Alcove Health||Junior Achievement of Greater Hampton Roads|
|Alternatives, Inc.||Lackey Clinic|
|Alzheimer’s Association||Langley Civic Leaders Association|
|American Cancer Society||Legacy of HOPE Foundation|
|American Diabetes Association||Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Inc|
|American Heart Association||LGBT Life Center|
|American Red Cross of Coastal Virginia||LINK of Hampton Roads, Inc.|
|An Achievable Dream, Inc.||Literacy for Life|
|Armed Services YMCA of Hampton Roads||Little League Baseball Inc|
|Association of Fundraising Professionals||Make-A-Wish Foundation Of Greater Virginia|
|Autism Society, Tidewater Virginia||Mariner’s Museum|
|Avalon Center||Menchville House Ministries|
|Bacon Street Youth and Family Services||Mercy Medical Angels|
|Bennett Center||Middle Peninsula Warriors|
|Big Brothers Big Sisters Services, Inc.||Mutts With A Mission|
|Bon Secours Hampton Roads Foundations||Nasia Foundation|
|Boy Scouts of America, Colonial Virginia Council||Natasha House Inc|
|Boy Scouts Of America, Tidewater Council||NetworkPeninsula|
|Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeast Virginia||New Beech Grove Community Development|
|Boys & Girls Clubs of the Virginia Peninsula||New Vision Youth Services, Inc.|
|Center for Child & Family Services||Newport News Green Foundation|
|Center For Sexual Assault Survivors||Old Dominion University Educational Foundation|
|Children’s Assistive Technology Service||Operation Breakingthrough Inc|
|Children’s Harbor||Peake Early Child Development Center|
|Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters, Inc.||Peninsula Agency on Aging, Inc.|
|Christopher Newport University Education Foundation||Peninsula Community Foundation|
|Church Women United||Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA|
|Codeswitch Ministries Inc||Peninsula Reads|
|College of William & Mary||Peninsula Rescue Mission Inc|
|Colonial Court Appointed Special Advocate||Postpartum Support Virginia|
|Commonwealth Catholic Charities||Project Connection Foundation, Inc.|
|Communities In Schools of Hampton Roads||REACH, Inc. (Reading Enriches All Children)|
|Compassion Advocacy Network||Ronald McDonald House Charities of Norfolk VA Inc.|
|DCU for Kids||Safe House Project|
|DeGood Foundation||Salvation Army|
|Doorways||Samaritan House Inc|
|Dreams of Hope Foundation||Sleep in Heavenly Peace – Hampton, VA Chapter|
|E&B Giveback Foundation||Smithfield Packers Youth Sports|
|Echo Orphancare Partners||Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department Incorporated|
|EDMARC Inc.||Social Butterflies Foundation|
|Eliza Hope Foundation||Starbase Victory Inc|
|Enduring Keys, Inc.||STOP Inc.|
|Faison Center Inc||Suffolk Education Foundation|
|Faith Recovery||Survivor Ventures|
|Fear 2 Freedom||THRIVE Peninsula, Inc.|
|Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia||Tidewater Chapter – Tuskegee Airmen, Inc.|
|ForKids, Inc||Tidewater Friends Of Foster Care Incorporated|
|FreeKind||Transitions Family Violence Services|
|Girl Scouts Of The Colonial Coast||Union Mission|
|Gloucester Housing Partnership, Inc.||United Way of South Hampton Roads|
|Gloucester Mathews Care Clinic||United Way Of The Virginia Peninsula|
|Gloucester United Emergency Shelter Team||VersAbility Resources|
|Graz’n Acres Therapeutic Riding Center||Virginia Air & Space Center|
|Grove Christian Outreach Center||Virginia Arts Festival Inc|
|Habitat for Humanity of South Hampton Roads||Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities|
|Habitat for Humanity Peninsula & Greater Williamsburg||Virginia League For Planned Parenthood Inc|
|Hampton Ecumenical Lodging And Provisions Inc||Virginia Peninsula Crime Stoppers Inc|
|Hampton Roads Community Action Program Inc||Virginia Peninsula Foodbank|
|Hampton Roads Economic Development Alliance||Virginia Supportive Housing|
|Hampton Roads Pride||Vittles For Vets|
|Hampton Roads Refugee Relief Inc.||Voices for Kids CASA Program of Southeast Virginia|
|Hampton University||W.A.T.E.R. Team Inc.|
|Here for the Girls||Wesley Community Service Center Inc|
|Hope House||Williamsburg House of Mercy|
|Housing Development Corporation of Hampton Roads||Yeshua House Outreach Ministries|
|Housing Partnerships Inc||YMCA of South Hampton Roads|
|Youth Volunteer Corps of Hampton Roads|