Page One has been serving the Luray / Page County community since 1977. We were organized by individuals and churches who had compassion about meeting the human needs around us. We are growing stronger and helping more every year.
To fund our family assistance program we operate two thrift stores - one in Luray and the other in Shenandoah. The income from these stores and financial contributions by churches, businesses, and individuals allow us the means to provide these essential services to the needy families. The sale items are donations from estates and yard sales including clothes, household goods, books, toys, furniture and jewelry.
Our Shenandoah location is a branch of our Luray office. In 1979 the Page One Board of Directors approved a location in the southern end of our county to help serve needy families in that area. They also service clients with financial assistance (rent, water, fuel, and electric) and a food pantry. They have two days a week that clients can apply for financial and food assistance also.
Our Food Pantry supports the Shenandoah store with food items, as needed.
Page One of Page County, Inc. is an Equal-Opportunity provider.
A Financial Statement is available upon written request from the Office Of Charitable and Regulatory Programs of the Commonwealth of Virginia, PO Box 1163, Richmond, VA 23218
Page One is a 501 (c)(3) organization
Page One is a charity serving Page County in Virginia. Our humanitarian mission is to provide family assistance to those in our community who find themselves unemployed, sick or for some unforeseen situation, unable to feed their family or meet their financial needs.
The 2017 Annual Meeting of the Page One of Page County, Inc. Board of Directors was held Monday, November 27, 2017 at Stanley Baptist Church. We would like to welcome Jim Cotter back to the board as Vice President, and George Carney as a Director. For a list of our enter Board of Directors, click here.