County Supervisors Candland and May are
Walking for Prince William!
On May 27, Supervisor Pete Candland, R- Gainesville and Supervisor Mike May R-Occoquan will begin a the 30-Mile Walk for Prince William, to help raise money for local non-profits.
Walk for Prince William will begin at 6 a.m. from Volunteers of America Chesapeake’s Hilda Barg Homeless Prevention Center in Woodbridge and end at the Haymarket Town Hall.
The event will raise money for several community non-profits including: Azalea Charities, Securing Emergency Resources through Volunteer Efforts, Action in Community Through Service, Volunteers of America Chesapeake, Officer Chris Yung Fund, Youth Apostles Institute-Don Bosco Center and Lance Cpl. Nick and Samantha Thom of Homes for Our Troops.
Rise Up Prince William and Azalea Charities are sponsoring the first annual Walk for Prince William and hope to raise $30,000 or $1,000 per mile.
“Prince William County is a large, diverse county, but what brings us together is our communities and the desire to make Prince William a better place to live for all, especially for those who are in need,” Candland said in a press release. “Walk for Prince William is about helping and giving back to our community, and my colleagues and I are up for the 30-mile challenge, getting a new perspective of the county we serve.”