The Northern Virginia Alliance League (NVAL) is a group of forty-two women dedicated to aiding various charities within the community with financial support achieved through our fundraising activities.  According to our constitution and by-laws, NVAL is organized exclusively for charitable purposes, making distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

The Northern Virginia Alliance League 

Post office box 5165                  Arlington, VA 22205-0265            nvalinfo@gmail.com                      
NVAL’s Mission Statement
The History of NVAL

The group was originally formed in 1957, with twenty-eight members, as a circle of the Florence Crittenton Home and Hospital on Reservoir Road in the District of Columbia. At that time all energies were directed toward support of the Florence Crittenton program for care of unwed mothers and their babies. When the home was closed and sold in 1982, the circle members decided to reorganize and direct their future interests and activities to assist Northern Virginia charities and selected the name of Northern Virginia Assistance League. In 1999 the name was changed to Northern Virginia Alliance League due to copyright conflict.

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