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Farmington Victor Kiwanis Club
PO Box 45
Victor, NY 14564
Link: website
Non-Profit Civic Organization focusing on the children of the community. The Farmington-Victor Kiwanis club meets every Friday at 7:00 AM at the Hampton Inn, Victor. The club sponsors many service projects throughout the year and our major fundraisers are the Farmington-Victor Kiwanis Golf Tournament. Fall College Fair at Eastview Mall and coloring book sale. Prospective members are encouraged to come to a club meeting or you may contact any Kiwanis member for more information.
Finger Lakes Thoroughbred Adoption Program
Kim DeLong
5857 State Route 96
PO Box 25043
Farmington, NY 14425
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Phone: (585) 924-3232
Fax: (585) 924-3239

Link: website
FLTAP facilitates the placement of adoptable thoroughbred horses that have raced or trained at Finger Lakes Race Track to new careers - polo, jumper/dressage/pleasure
Fishers Fire Department
7853 Main St.
Fishers, NY 14453
Phone: (585) 924-3451 / (585) 924-5955
Link: Website
 
Friends of Ganondagan
Meg Joseph, Executive Director
7191 County Road 41
PO Box 113
Victor, NY 14564
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Phone: (585) 742-1690

Link: Ganondagan website
The Friends of Ganondagan was formed in 1989 to lend physical, spiritual, and financial support to Ganondagan State Historic Site. The Friends are Native Americans and non-Natives who share a common understanding of the significance of the past at the site. Ganondagan is dedicated to the Message of Peace. The Friends believe in preserving and promoting that Message. With your help, Ganondagan can become a center for cultural understanding and a beacon for the Message of Peace, a message which Seneca elders have said is the most important lesson for the site to convey.
Friends of the Railroad (FORR)
Joel Richter
PO Box 129
Victor, NY 14564
Phone: (585) 301-1900

Link: website
The Friends of the Railroad is a 501 (c) (3(, not-for-profit organization, whose mission is to enhance the community's awareness of the historical significance that the railroads had on Victor and the surrounding area. We will do this through education, acquisition and preservation of railroad structures, artifacts and equipment. To provide the opportunity for people to visit, get aboard, observe and experience past and present modes of public transportation and their effect on community life. Ultimately, through our efforts, to provide a positive educational experience and influence the development of transportation systems to serve communities, like Victor, everywhere.
Friends of the Victor Free Library
Lynne Madden
15 West Main Street
Victor, NY 14564
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Phone: (585) 924-2637
Fax: (585) 924-1893

Link: Website
The Friends of the Victor Free Library is a volunteer, non-profit organization of people who are interested in supporting the Library in a structured way. Friends are people who feel that the library is a very special place that provides a vital community service.
Ladies Auxiliary of the Victor Fire Department
PO Box 138
Victor, NY 14564
Phone: (585) 924-3321

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Victor Fire Department was formed on January 29, 1964 as a non-profit organization to assist the Victor Fire department. Auxiliary members assist the department in many ways by providing support during extended calls and participating in fundraising activities. The Ladies Auxiliary also supports the Victor Community with activities that include: supporting the annual pumpkin walk, presenting a memorial award for a graduating senior high student.
Rotary Club of Victor-Farmington
PO Box 25176
Farmington, NY 14425
Phone: (585) 924-4570

Link: website
Rotary is the first Service Club, started in 1905. Locally we lead projects such as recreation/parks improvements, Christmas Giving Tree, and activities with the School and Seniors. Internationally we have a project in Guyana, a solar oven project in Nicaragua, and sponsor exchange students. Rotary Foundation's Polio Eradication project is almost complete and the Foundation has granted over 47,000 scholarships in 110 countries.
Serenity House of Victor
Amy Carson, Director
1278 Brace Road
Victor, NY 14564
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Phone: (585) 924-5840
Fax: (585) 924-0201

Link: Website
Serenity House is a two-bed home for the dying in Victor, which is actively recruiting volunteers to care for residents. Volunteers work four-hour shifts in pairs. Volunteers are needed for all shifts. No medical background is required. Hands-on training is provided.
Valentown Museum / Victor Historical Society
7370 Valentown Square
P.O. Box 472
Victor, NY 14564
Phone: (585) 924-4170
Link: Website
1879 shopping and community center, now hosts collection of early settler and Native American artifacts.
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