Virtual Vendor & Partner Hall
Virginia PTA’s Vendor Hall connects PTA officers with services and products that can help you run your PTA. Check back frequently and follow Virginia PTA on facebook as we continue to add vendors to the Virtual Vendor Hall.
We know there’s nothing more powerful that being able to make personal connections with the companies that you work with. So, plan to attend the Virginia PTA’s Annual Meeting to connect vendors in-person at our Annual Meeting Vendor Hall.
If your business would like to connect with the more than 6,000 volunteers that lead PTAs across the Commonwealth, please contact us.
It’s never too late or too soon for families to start saving for higher education. Virginia529℠ offers affordable, flexible, tax-advantaged savings options for qualified higher education expenses through its programs –Invest529℠ and CollegeAmerica®. These programs help families pursue higher education dreams at any stage in life. Learn more at Virginia529.com.
At the Virginia Lottery, we take playing seriously. Fun matters. Excitement matters. And so does the education of Virginia’s youngest residents. It’s the reason we play so enthusiastically. Every time you scratch a ticket or pick your numbers for the big jackpot, you are creating winners in education all over Virginia. Last year, the Lottery contributed more than $779 million to Virginia’s public schools, more than $2.1 million per day. Since 1999, the Virginia Lottery has generated more than $11 billion for Virginia’s public schools. Additionally, we take every opportunity to celebrate all that our teachers do every day to expand the possibilities for Virginia’s future leaders. That’s why we like to go the extra mile for teachers. We do this by sponsoring dozens of professional education organizations, visiting schools with special recognitions and volunteering in classrooms across the state. The Virginia Lottery is a WIN for public education in the Commonwealth!” For more information about how much the lottery has donated to your school visit the Virginia Lottery’s Giving Back page.
AIM (Association Insurance Management) supports non-profit, educational associations and organizations by providing high-quality insurance protection at an affordable price. With 30 years of experience, we provide coverage tailored to PTAs, 24-hour support, and educational resources to help our clients avoid risk upfront so they can focus on making a meaningful difference in their communities. Learn more about AIM and our products.
Fun Services of Virginia specializes in providing non-profit and school-based fundraising opportunities like our exclusive Holiday Gift Shop® and Santa’s Secret Shop®, as well as fun-filled entertainment for corporate events. We have over 50 years of experience throughout Virginia, Maryland and the DC area. Learn more about what we offer.
At EPI (Educational Products, Inc) we understand back-to-school shopping should be easy and that parent groups and schools want to help parents, students, and teachers. That’s why we partner with thousands of parent groups and schools to deliver over 1 million school supply packs every year customized to their school and grade at a great price.
As program partners, we work with you to select the brands and items teachers want to ensure students are ready for their first day of school. Learn more about how we help parrent organizations, parents, and children.
Sustainable Reform Solutions provides ink & toner that is good for the environment, budget friendly, and has positive social impacts. Sustainable Reform Solutions is a SWaM (Small, Woman, and Minority Owned) social enterprise which provides work and training programs within prisons to teach offenders core manufacturing skills through the remanufacturing of ink and toner cartridges, making them a green, zero-waste solution for consumers. By supporting Sustainable Reform Solutions, you support lowering rates of recidivism and reducing plastic waste. Our warranty is the same as the printer manufacturer’s so there is zero risk. If a cartridge fails, we will replace it. If the failure damages the printer we will repair or replace it.
International Experience (iE) provides a platform for international high school students, their host families and their host communities to connect, relate and explore both the differences that define us as well as the similarities that unite us. We believe that learning about other cultures, languages and customs is the best way to dispel prejudice and embrace global citizenship.
PaperPie Learning, formerly Usborne Books & More, offers amazing titles from Usborne Publishing, Kane Miller and Learning Wrap-Ups, as well as new products from SmartLab Toys! Paper Pie Learning’s book fair program was developed to encourage reading while also raising money and/or free books and learning resources for your school or organization.
Adver-Tees Best Deal on Shirts is a custom screen printing and embroidery workshop that takes pride in creating unique screen printed and embroidered designs for all your apparel needs! Our customer embroidery and custom screen printing is considered the state of the art in value, quality and service.
Mad Science of Central Virginia is a leading science enrichment provider. We deliver unique, hands-on science experiences for children through after-school programs, birthday parties, workshops, special events, and summer camps. Our innovative programs are as entertaining as they are educational!
At Girls on the Run, teaching critical life skills is the cornerstone of our research-based programs. Meeting in small teams, trained volunteer coaches inspire girls of all abilities to strengthen confidence and other important life skills through dynamic, interactive lessons and physical activity. At the end of the season, the team completes a 5K together, which provides a tangible sense of accomplishment and sets a confident mindset into motion.
DRUNK DRIVING IMPACTS EVERY AMERICIAN, EVERY DAY.
The statistics are horrifying. The danger is real – and it can wreak life-changing devastation anytime, anywhere, in the blink of an eye. The destruction ripples out, impacting two out of three people in their life time. To learn more about MADD visit their website.
The Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center (PEATC) is a statewide nonprofit that has served as Virginia’s Parent Training and Information Center (PTI) for over 40 years. With funding from the U.S. Department of Education, the federal Rehabilitation Services Administration, and the Virginia Department of Education, PEATC helps families, students, and professionals gain knowledge and advocacy skills to navigate special education and disability services in Virginia.
Decoding Dyslexia Virginia is a grassroots movement focused on linking families to resources, support, and educational interventions for dyslexia. Decoding Dyslexia is made up of parents whose children are dyslexic and are committes to raise dyslexia awareness, empower families to support their children and inform policy-makers on best practices to identify, remediate and support students with dyslexia in Virginia.
The Virginia Department of Education, Office of School Nutrition Programs (VDOE-SNP) promotes, supports, and sustains Virginia’s school and child nutrition programs, which play a critical role in food and nutrition security, as well as student wellness and academic achievement. The VDOE Office of School Nutrition Programs is committed to supporting school nutrition programs in the Commonwealth, ensuring that every Virginia child has healthy food options and opportunities for nutrition education. VDOE Office of School Nutrition Programs strives to set the precedent for school nutrition by being purposeful in placing a spotlight on its significance in improving health as well as supporting academic outcomes.
The Federation of Virginia Food Banks is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit state association of food banks affiliated with Feeding America and is the largest hunger-relief network in the state. The Federation supports the seven regional Virginia/Washington DC food banks in building partnerships, securing resources, sharing data, and raising awareness of food insecurity throughout the Commonwealth. Their mission is to grow the collective capacity of Virginia’s food banks and engage partners to end hunger in the Commonwealth.
No Kid Hungry is a national campaign run by Share Our Strength, a nonprofit working to solve problems of hunger and poverty in the United States and around the world. After 25 years of successfully investing in local nonprofits and helping find the best approaches to eradicating poverty and hunger, Share Our Strength launched No Kid Hungry in 2010. As a child hunger organization, ending childhood hunger is their primary focus, though Share Our Strength continues to invest in and develop other campaigns.
Safe Routes to School is a movement that aims to encourage and enable students, including those with disabilities, to walk and bike to school by making bicycling and walking to school a safer and more appealing transportation alternative. Safe Routes To School can be started by almost anyone interested in encouraging kids to walk or bicycle to school, including PTAs, students, school staff and administration, local government, law enforcement, non-profit groups, and advocates.
National Center on Improving Literacy (NCIL) is a federally funded national center whose mission is to expand access to, and use of, evidence-based approaches to screen, identify, and teach students with literacy-related disabilities, including dyslexia.
The College Funding Coach® was founded in 2002 to help families better understand the complex strategies for paying for college and making higher education more affordable. Since that time, The College Funding Coach® team has been on a mission to help families make the college dream a reality…and still retire one day.
Virginia ABC Education and Prevention’s mission is to eliminate underage and highrisk drinking by building the capacity for communities to educate individuals and prevent alcohol misuse. Learn more about Virginia ABC’s Youth prevention programs including: YADAPP, a leadership program for high school students to address underage substance use through implementation of strategic plans empowering them to keep their schools alcohol and drug free; Power of Parents, in partnership with Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Power of Parents is designed to empower parents of middle and high school students through resources and training to have ongoing, intentional conversations about the dangers and consequences of underage drinking; and VOSAP, an organization that promotes collaboration among state and local agencies, organizations, coalitions and faith communities that address substance abuse prevention.