The Volunteers of America Chesapeake Blog

VIDEO: How we Define Compassion

The “c” in our rallying call VOICE of Faith stands for compassion.

We explain in the video below:

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Volunteers of America Calls for Bipartisan Health Care Reform

The national office of Volunteers of America Chesapeake has joined with 14 other nonpartisan patient and provider groups to issue a statement about the Senate’s proposal to repeal the Affordable Care Act without another plan in place.

Together these organizations represent millions of Americans.

Read the response below:

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VIDEO: What Does Integrity Mean to You?

The “I” in VOICE of Faith (the mantra for our new core values) stands for integrity.

What does integrity mean to you?

Here’s what it means to us:

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Welcome, Dr. Cayce

Nadia New Hire

We want to send a warm welcome to the newest member of our executive team, Dr. Nadia Cayce. She will serve as vice president of our DC Programs.

Dr. Cayce brings to VOAC an extensive background in family support services.

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We are ‘One Body’

The “O” in VOICE of Faith stands for “One Body.”

READ: VOICE of Faith, Our Core Values Explained 

Our employees explain what being One Body means to them.

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VIDEO: ‘VOICE of Faith’ Explained

If you have visited our website this month, you’ve noticed our VOICE of Faith takeover! (more…)

Guest Post: Volunteers of America Chesapeake Driving to Fill a Need

Reposted from the 100WomenStrong of Loudoun County blog. The philanthropic group donated $10,000 to VOAC’s Homeless Services Center back in April.

Loudoun County has a shuttle system designed to help area homeless to obtain and maintain both employment and housing opportunities that would not be available to them due to lack of reliable transportation. Provided by Volunteers of America Chesapeake (VOAC), a 2017 grant recipient, the goal of the Hope’s Chariot Transportation Program is to help homeless people to increase their stability and self-sufficiency. (more…)