our sponsors

Sponsors

Radford Clothing Bank is proud to be a community partner of United Way of Montgomery County, Radford and Floyd, which provides generous funding for the Radford Clothing Bank and August Kids.

Church Sponsors

updated June 27, 2013
Board Officers
Church Position Board Member
Radford Clothing Bank Coordinator Mary Susan Vehorn and others
First Baptist 3rd Avenue President Martha Shelton
First Baptist - East End Secretary Daris Martin
St. Jude's Catholic Treasurer Ruth Yadlowsky
First Baptist - 3rd Ave. Coats for Kids Coordinator DeDe Alderman
Presbyterian Church of Radford Stork Exchange Coordinator Sherry Oxley
St. Jude's Catholic August Kids 2012 Coordinator Mary Susan Vehorn
Member Churches
Church Staffing Month Board Member
Central Methodist August Jean Umberger
Christ Lutheran  June Lora Gordon
Fairlawn Presbyterian October Marlene McMillen
Alice Buford
First Baptist - 3rd Ave. November Daris Martin
First Baptist - Rock Road February Barbara Brown
New Mt. Olive United Methodist February Ruth Wolford
Grace Episcopal  January Diana Jordan
Grove United Methodist July Katherine Martin
Jesus Christ of LDS April Polly Fisher
New Mount Olive United Methodist  February Veda Conner/Melissa Webb
Radford Presbyterian  June Doris Hendrickson
Radford Worship Center  September Diane Morris
St. Jude's Catholic May Mary Bohanan
Teresa Brooks
Unity Christian Church March Phyllis Shumate
Alice Gallimore

See this list by month.

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Main Street Radford

The Main Street Program is an economic and architectural revitalization program designed for the commercial districts of small towns. Through the use of promotional activities, retail events, image development, public improvements and design awareness, Main Street attempts to bring about revitalization of the past vitality of the business district. In cooperation with lending institutions loans are made available at favorable interest rates for building renovation and inventories. All businesses and prospective businesses in the commercial business district are eligible for this free assistance

Radford Chamber of Commerce

The Radford Chamber of Commerce was incorporated in 1944 to provide leadership, to help solve problems facing the community and to serve as a force for constructive change. It is a non-profit action oriented organization serving as the leading spokesman for business in Radford. It dispenses information concerning all aspects of the community and acts as a catalyst in civic activities. The Radford Chamber of Commerce is a major force in promoting the community and in improving the quality of life

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