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 Virginia Symphony Norfolk Foundation Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce Virginia Opera National Multiple Sclerosis Society  Virginia Beach Education Foundation March of Dimes Boy Scouts of America Volunteer Hampton Roads United Way of America Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia F.O.R. Kids, Inc. Boys & Girls Clubs of America

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