You can help NVMS Conflict Resolution Center to sustain our important work!

Every gift supports our mission to empower people and organizations to manage and resolve conflict constructively.

NVMS Conflict Resolution Center programs receive some funding from state and federal agencies and foundations; however, not enough to meet the high demand for conflict resolution services in our community. Your donation goes right to work supporting our mission, programs, and services.

Here are some specific examples of your donations at work.

Ways to Give

  • Check: Please make your donation check payable to “Northern Virginia Mediation Service” and mail to 9653 Fairfax Blvd., Suite 203, Fairfax, VA 22031.
  • Credit Card or PayPal: Please visit this link or click the DONATE button above to make your gift online.
  • Stock: We welcome gifts of appreciated stock! Please contact the Executive Director at (703) 865-7260.
  • Planned Giving: Prepare to leave a lasting legacy with a bequest to NVMS. Please contact the Executive Director at (703) 865-7260 for more information.

Thank You For Your Support!

NVMS is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Monetary contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law.

Help NVMS Conflict Resolution Center to sustain our important work that empowers individuals and groups to manage and resolve conflict peaceably.

2021 Year-End Donors: You gifted NVMS $30,000 +

  • Sonia Aranza
  • Alexandra Beshara
  • Guillermo Birmingham
  • Elizabeth Bissell
  • John Bleiweiss
  • Arleen Borysiewicz
  • Linda Bowman
  • Christine Cameron
  • Ernie Dubester
  • Tracie Cairnie
  • Bill Casey
  • Nancy Colfax
  • Martha Cooper
  • Jim Dillard
  • Kevin Dillon
  • Geoffrey Drucker
  • Edmond Ebeid
  • Bruce Engelbert
  • Kyle Ferris
  • Linda Hall
  • Amos Hewitt
  • Ben Jacewicz
  • Clinton Janes
  • Randy Jones Toll
  • Fred Keaton
  • Steve Kramer
  • Andrew Leighton
  • Ervin Mast
  • Margaret McNeill
  • Jim Meditz
  • David Michael
  • Janet O’Connell
  • Andrew Pizzi
  • Abe Pollack
  • Jim Pope
  • Bill Potapchuck
  • Daniel Rainey and Julia Morelli
  • Renee Reynolds
  • Karen Richards
  • Georgina Salguero
  • Norval and Linda Settle
  • Rick Schapira
  • Vicki Shteir-Dunn
  • Susan Shearouse
  • Bill Sinclair
  • Laurina Spolidoro
  • Ann Stanford
  • Linda Stevens
  • Regine Talleyrand
  • Jeannette Twomey
  • Bing Van Nuys
  • Ron Williams
  • Christine Whitman
  • Wolf Run Foundation

“The most valuable real state one can acquire is common ground. The price is true communication and collaboration, and its equity soars with ownership.”