Thank you for supporting Detox Dandy. As a small business of Virginia Beach and the greater Hampton Roads, we strive to give back to our community through philanthropy, partnerships, event organizing and fundraising.
Each month a local nonprofit is selected as the beneficiary of Detox Dandy events. Through our monetary donations, we hope to kindheartedly support the concentrated work of these organizations to ultimately widen the impact they make in the lives of people within our community and beyond.
If you would like to be featured as one of our monthly beneficiaries, please send us an at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos by Britt Hall Photography
The Autism Society of Tidewater, Virginia Known to many as TASA is a grassroots organization in the Tidewater area. TASA was established to help improve the lives of all affected by autism and does this by increasing public awareness, advocating for appropriate services for individuals across the lifespan, and providing the latest information on treatment, education, research and advocacy. TASA is the local chapter of the oldest and largest autism-specific member organization, The Autism Society of America.
As a summer special, we chose to give back to multiple community organizations including the Compassion Advocacy Network, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Hampton Roads VegFest, Children International and Rock Church Pantries of Virginia Beach.
The Elizabeth River Project A small, local non-profit focused on restoring the environmental health of the Elizabeth River. They are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their first watershed action plan, with a banner year by the VA Department of Environmental Quality removing the Lafayette branch of the Elizabeth from the state’s list of waters impaired for bacteria. Elizabeth River Project partners with businesses, schools, homeowners, local government, and scientists since it will take combined community efforts to revitalize the highly developed, urban river.
September-December 2016 Beneficiaries:
This Autumn season, we chose to give back to multiple community organizations including the Smithfield Pig Save, Over the Rainbow Animal Sanctuary, PIN Ministries, PETA, Operation Homefront, Compassion Advocacy Network, the Humane League and Hampton Roads VegFest.
January-April 2017 Beneficiaries:
2017 has been an exciting year of growth and new opportunities to give back our community. Through both monetary and service efforts, we have supported the following organizations: Compassionate Advocacy Network, Food Not Bombs Norfolk, Hampton Roads Justice Network, the Samaritan House, Give. Treat. Love. animal welfare group, Habesha Momma, Sentara Village Assisted Living Center as well as a local community art / garden project.
May- December 2017 Beneficiaries: Virginia Beach Volunteer Rescue Squad, Stand Up For Kids, Court Appointed Special Advocates (C.A.S.A.), the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, Giovanni’s 21 Gifts – Virginia Beach Down Syndrome nonprofit, The Grateful Meadows animal sanctuary, Over the Rainbow animal sanctuary, Compassion Advocacy Network, Oceanfront lake clean up by Rudee’s Inlet, Operation Smile, Toys for Tots, Hampton Roads Vegfest / Smithfield Pig Save and Puerto Rico Hurricane Maria relief efforts.
January-December 2018 Beneficiaries: Billy the Kidden Rescue, Stand Up for Kids, Virginia Beach Justice Initiative, MEE Day, CAMP NOW, Norfolk Fire Department, Virginia Beach Jaycees, The Samaritan House, Grateful Meadows Animal Sanctuary, Sierra Club Chesapeake Bay Chapter and more.