Jacob's Ladder, Inc.

Urbanna, VA   |  www.jladder.org

Mission

Our mission is to aid and encourage intellectually gifted, at-risk middle school through high school students to reach their full potential and become leaders equipped to help others in similar economic and social situations. Through a proactive summer residential camp and year-around advocacy program, middle school students receive enrichment and support to foster their intellectual, social, emotional and physical development. Through a high school advocacy program, students then receive mentoring to assist with challenges, course selections, scholarship opportunities, and the college application process.

Ruling year info

1995

Exective Director

Dr David Niebuhr

Main address

P.O. Box 555

Urbanna, VA 23175 USA

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EIN

54-1717138

NTEE code info

Citizenship Programs, Youth Development (O54)

Elementary, Secondary Ed (B20)

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Our programs

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Summer Enrichment Camp

Jacob's Ladder Summer Residential Enrichment Camp and Advocacy/Follow-up is the primary program. All efforts are directed to make these four to five weeks over a five or four year period the best and most impactful for students.The Advocacy portion continues with visits to home and school, a spring retreat, winter gathering and other enrichment opportunities throughout the year.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth

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Goals & Strategy

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Charting impact

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To provide educational and holistic enrichment opportunities to gifted, at risk middle school, and secondary school students by providing a month long summer residential enrichment camp through the middle school years, and providing enrichment and mentoring opportunities through the secondary school years.

Financials

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Jacob's Ladder, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 8/4/2021
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Board chair

Mrs Bruce Hemp Hemp

retired educator

Term: 2019 - 2023

Garry Clay

Davenport & Company LLC

Hoppie Cockrell

Rappahannock Gerneral Hospital

Aubrey Hall

Jacob's Ladder. Inc, Executive Director, Emertius

Bruce Hemp

Augusta County Schools

Beth Monroe

Community Volunteer

Walter Ryland

Ryland Law, Attorney

Calvin Smith

Johns Hopkins University

Molly Bittner

VP Philanthropic Services, Community Foundation, Richmond

Laura Domalik

VCU, Richmond Teacher in Residence Curriculum Coordinator

Charlie Vaughters

Union Bank & Trust, Director-Corporate Banking

Holly Crockett

Davenport & Company, Sr. VP

Gail Stone

TEKsystems Global Services, LLC, Regional Controller

David Niebuhr

Jacob’s Ladder, Inc., Executive Director

Edward Hipp, III

Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

Daniel Tucker

Depository Supervision, SCC Ass’t Deputy Commissioner

Diego Rayas

Student, University of Richmond

Elizabeth Fidler

FuturePlan/Ascensus SR Retirement Plan Consultant

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