IN THE COMMUNITY
It’s ingrained in our firm’s culture to serve others as we strive to make a difference in people’s lives – and it inspires the work we do for our clients. Our commitment to service extends into our communities.
Many of our team members actively volunteer or donate to various nonprofit groups and foundations.
The mission of Central West Virginia Soccer Association is to develop the character and confidence of our youth one goal at a time.
The mission of Gorilla Youth Inc. is to focus on children who are considered: at risk, academically challenged, financially stricken, or are obese. The goal is to provide each student with a mentor, access to computers and printers, study hall 2 days a week, while participating in athletic training. Mentors will monitor each student’s grades, encourage and motivate students to be accountable for their actions, and give back to their community. Tutors will be on site daily. Gorilla Strength and Fitness will provide athletic training, and children who are obese will have the opportunity to meet with a Certified Nutrition Consultant. Please join us in our fight to demonstrate to children that poverty does not limit your potential to be successful.
The mission of St. Mary’s Grade School is to nurture the spirit, challenge the mind, and strengthen the heart of each student who enters her doors. Through the lens of the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church, St. Mary’s cultivates a Christ-centered environment in which we nurture our children, families, and community so that we might see the face of Christ in each other.
One King Sports is an organization established to challenge and change the status quo of organized youth sports. One King Sports is focused on the fundamentals of sports and on the character of those participating. One King Sports’ mission is to instill biblical values, leadership skills, and teamwork principles that impact participants throughout their lives.
Developed by Dr. Maria Montessori (1870-1952), her specifically designed materials and activities are intended to systematically reveal the world to children through logic, order, inquiry, and discovery. In non-graded classes of mixed ages, children are presented with lessons using these materials. They choose their own activities based on the natural interest and curiosity inherent to their developmental level and on personal preference. Children are allowed to "do it themselves" with little or no assistance, only gentle guidance. Materials are "hands on" and explore a variety of subjects from the concrete to the abstract, while engaging the child through multiple sensory pathways.
The historic Robinson Grand Theater first opened its doors in 1913 at 444 West Pike Street in downtown Clarksburg. It became a hub of cultural activity for residents of Harrison County and beyond. The Robinson Grand was the thirteenth theater in the United States to be wired for sound (1927) and in its heyday was home to movies, plays, wedding receptions and even the Miss West Virginia Pageant.
With encouragement of stakeholders, Washington Irving Middle School will foster intellectual growth and promote character, while developing 21st century skills.
The Leader in Me process was created to help teachers develop leadership skills in their students. Helping students discover their own individual unique strengths enables teachers to find opportunities for every child to shine—to be a leader. Incorporating the 7 Habits language into all curriculum areas deepens student understanding and acknowledges what the school and teacher believe to be important. Discussing which habits a character in a story or a historical figure display are just a few of the simple ways to incorporate the 7 Habits into what the teachers are already doing.
We the parish of Immaculate Conception in Clarksburg in union with, Mary the Mother of God, believe ourselves to be a people called and empowered by God. We accept and embrace the mission to live the gospel and further the coming of God's Kingdom. We strive to do so by the celebration of the sacraments, study of scripture and the teachings of the Catholic Church, prayer and loving service to all God's people.
Bridgeport Jerry West Basketball League’s Mission is to provide a safe, fun, wholesome combination of recreation and competition to male/female players ages 7-15 through practices, regular-season games, and end of season tournament play for all participants in the league. Our organization’s main purpose shall be to teach boys and girls the fundamentals of basketball.
Serra USA was formed in 1935. Serrans are lay Catholics found around the world. They are men and women of all ages and from all walks of life. Members range from lawyers, doctors, and business people, to nurses, clerks, stay at home workers, and retirees. All are dedicated to promote and foster vocations.
Though the organization enlists members from throughout the region, including Bridgeport and Fairmont areas, it was named Clarksburg League for Service when it was formed back in 1934. The league's focus is to provide for the less fortunate and those who “fall through the cracks."
The Harrison County Master Gardeners are a corps of talented and highly trained volunteers who help people and communities through horticultural education. We are sponsored by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service. The Master Gardener Program implements a wide range of projects to enhance the quality of life in local communities.
Harrison County Student Achievement promotes and motivates superior student achievement in academics, community service, arts and humanities and to recognize Harrison County High School Alumni who have excelled professionally.
Many dozens of donors supported the CfSC5 deployment initiative #5 through the Cigars for Navy Seals Club. With these contributions, we numbered 64, which equates to 50 stars 13 stripes plus ‘one to grow on’! We sent out over 1500 quality sticks, humidors, hand-grenade lighters, cutters, solution and supplies to our men. On top of the 1500 cigars for our men, we included over 300+ lesser quality cigars for the sake of bartering for intel, which can be quite effective for info gathering.
Teen Challenge offers a chance to start over, become a new person and find freedom through a restored purpose and hope. Through life skills training and spiritual guidance we provide successful recovery for people with destructive, abusive, and addictive lifestyles. In addition, our faith-based residential program assists individuals to overcome self-destructive behaviors and develop positive life skills.
Honor Flight Network is a non-profit organization created solely to honor America’s veterans for all their sacrifices. We transport our heroes to Washington, D.C. to visit and reflect at their memorials. Top priority is given to the senior veterans – World War II survivors, along with those other veterans who may be terminally ill.
Health Access is a non profit free and charitable health clinic the provides access to primary medical care and prescription medications to over 1500 uninsured and underinsured residents in Harrison and Doddridge counties.
The WVU Mountaineer Athletic Club is a professional fundraising organization that works behind the scenes to support every men’s and women’s varsity team at WVU. We seek to attract, enlist and retain members, whose contributions and in-kind donations fuel the success of the entire intercollegiate athletic program. In most cases, contributions and donations to MAC are tax-deductible, and active MAC members enjoy valuable benefits based on their annual level of participation.
City of Clarksburg Swim Team - the Piranhas - are part of the City Parks of Clarksburg.
Robert C. Byrd High School Flying Eagles Marching Band
Washington Irving Middle School soccer team