PatchX also helps non-profits that are helping children and the handicapped with web site design and hosting. Some examples of our sites are below.

The Commonwealth Coach and Trolley Museum, Inc. was formed in 1999 when the Virginia Museum of Transportation in Roanoke decided to de-access its fleet of transit coaches collected through the years. A group of folks familiar with Roanoke's Downtown Plan in 1997, which called for the restoration of the Museum's fleet for use by non-profits and community events, met to consider forming an organization. The group, to be known as the Commonwealth Coach and Trolley Museum, Inc., was formed and applied to the IRS as a 501-c-3 charitable organization. That designation was approved by the IRS in early 2000 and the museum has been in operation ever since. The purpose of the Commonwealth Coach and Trolley Museum, Inc. is to educate Virginians about the history, use, and efficiency of public transit, all while serving non-profit organizations and public events.

The Cosmopolitan Club of Roanoke is one of eight clubs that comprise the Capital Federation of Cosmopolitan International. Our club was chartered March 1, 1958 with 63 members, many of whom are still known and remembered today for their contributions to the Roanoke Valley. 






Greenvale School provides high quality, developmentally appropriate child care services for children of working parents, according to their ability to pay. By promoting the highest standards of education and responsible behavior, Greenvale cultivates the growth of each child to his or her full potential. By providing a comprehensive range of services, Greenvale supports parents' efforts to build a secure and prosperous future for their families.  

Opportunity Through Baseball is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization based out of Salem, Virginia. “OTB” collects new and used baseball equipment and distributes it to kids throughout the United States and around the world who would not otherwise have such equipment available to them. You can request equipment for your team or organization or find out more about how to donate here on our site. It’s as easy as cleaning out your garage closet, or basement; help us bring smiles to faces today!

The intention and goal of PatchX is to give every child access to a computer. Kids will need to know how to use a computer in everything they will do in their lives. Learning a computer is like learning a sport. You can learn at school or practice but to really become good you need to go home and practice on your own. In order for a child to do this they need to have a computer. 

Roanoke Valley Speech and Hearing Center is a non-profit community service organization approved by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501 (c) (3) organization. Established in 1959 by the Cosmopolitan Club of Roanoke, we are supported by fees for services, grants, donations, and the United Way. Contributions to the Roanoke Valley Speech and Hearing Center are deductible for income tax purposes. You may make contributions directly or through the United Way.