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The Called to Care Campaign

This spring we’re kicking off our Called to Care Campaign to raise $500,000 in support of ending homelessness in Northern Virginia. We kicked off our Campaign on Feb 7, 2013 with a luncheon at The Sheraton Pentagon City.

Attendees included representatives from Real Estate Development, Banking, Media, and Local Government.

We shared client testimonials and remarks from sponsors who have already agreed to answer the Call to Care.

 100_0293Mike Sigal of Sigal Construction & GCS (left) along with Craig Pascal of BB&T (right) pose with Angela Fox of The Crystal City Business Improvement District

100_0316John Shooshan, President of The Shooshan Company and our President & CEO Russ Snyder discuss ways our organizaitons can partner

100_0291Why Northern Virginia?

Volunteers of America Chesapeake is the largest homeless services provider in Northern Virginia. We serve more than 1,800 homeless individuals and families throughout Loudoun, Fairfax, Arlington and Prince William Counties. That is more than half of the total homeless population in that area. Our strong presence in the Northern Virginia Area has been recognized by the Fairfax County Office to Prevent & End Homelessness as well as Northern Virginia business leaders like Sigal Construction and BB&T.

How can I Help?

Our goal is to raise $500,000 by October 10, 2013. You can help us answer the Call to Care by donating online today. Visit our website to make a donation to our Northern Virginia Homeless Services Programs including:

Bailey’s Crossroads Community Shelter

The Residential Program Center

Veterans Supportive Housing Program


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