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…)
Rain or shine, volunteers from mortgage loan company Fannie Mae continue their five-year-long commitment to supporting our clients.
They held their #7DaystoServe campaign on May 8-14, 2017.
Every month, our President and CEO Russ Snyder gives a video update of VOAC happenings.
In this edition, he takes us on a tour of one of our group homes with Kim Edge-Massey, Program Director of VOAC’s Prince George’s Behavioral Health Program. (more…)
How can we best provide mental health education and resources for underserved people in the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.?
That’s are focus on this episode of Vision and Voices, featuring Celeste James and Dr. Amit Patel of Kaiser Permanente. (more…)