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Call to Action: Church needs paralegal/Legal assistant to help immigrant families

Good morning Prince William – Please join the fun at the Dumfries Winter Wonderland Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 10th. The Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift program is collecting new, unwrapped toys for area children. Please bring a toy to share the joy of the season with a neighbor. The parade begins at 12 noon- see you there!

· The Aubergine Thrift Shop is benefitting the Novant Health UVA Health System has an urgent need for volunteers to help at their shop in Old Town Manassas. Duties include sort donations, hang clothing, arrange displays assist customers and work the cash register. Volunteers must be at least 18 years old and commit to one to three hours per week as well as successfully complete a background check. It’s a fun job in a great location. Please visit their website for more info at: novanthealthuva.org.

· Speaking of gifts- Matrix Computer Consulting has a great deal on new PCs for home or office and will donate $35 for every PC purchased to the Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift Program. It’s a great deal for you and of course more toys for needy kids. Please email Sarah at sarah@matrixcc.net to learn more.

· The Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift program for needy kids is in full swing. There are still 800 kids needing a sponsor! Share the joy of the season by sponsoring a child. You will receive the child’s name, age and two gift wishes so you can make their dreams come true. You can download all the info at: volunteerprincewilliam.org.

· House of Mercy has an urgent need for volunteers in the Donation Center. Duties include sorting, labeling, and hanging. It’s a great family project and teens are most welcome. Please complete a volunteer application on their website at:houseofmercyva.org

· Chapel of His Glory Immigration Ministry is looking for a volunteer Paralegal/Legal Assistant to help pro bono lawyers working with immigrant families who entered the US legally and need assistance to renew/retain their legal status. Please email Pastor Herbert at: treasuredglory@gmail.com for more info.

· The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program is looking for volunteer’s age 55+ to present the Safe at Home curriculum to 4th-grade students. Be part of the team to teach cute kids critical life skills while they are home alone. Please call Jan at (571) 292-5307 for more info.

· Bright Care Center in Manassas provides social and medical services to adults with disabilities. Volunteers are needed daily to pick up the noon lunch meal from Caton Merchant House for the participants. Volunteers are also needed for activities such as crafts, puzzles, music and jewelry making. This is a great job for teens age 16+. Please call Nyome at (703) 330-5836 to learn more.

· Saved Hands Foundation is looking for volunteers to teach Microsoft Office to adults either in the evenings or daytime. They are also looking for a grant writer, administrated support and a marketing director. Be part of the team offering skill building to disadvantaged adults. Please email info@savedhandsfoundation.org to learn more.

· The Hilda Barg Homeless Prevention Center is looking for volunteers to help at the front desk on weekdays. Tasks include welcoming guests, answering the phone or assist residents and staff with admin projects. Volunteers must be 18 yrs. +. Please call Paola at (571) 748-2674 for more info.

· Prince William Area Free Clinic is looking for volunteer Pharmacists on Tuesday evenings from 3-7pm at their Woodbridge clinic. Please fill out an application at: pwafc.org/our-team.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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Un Trim A Tree collecting new toys right before start of Greater Manassas Christmas Parade

Good morning Prince William – 71st Annual Greater Manassas Christmas Parade still needs a few more volunteers to help along the parade route.

This is a super fun day and will definitely put you in spirit! It only takes a couple of hours and you’ll see all your friends and neighbors as well. Please email Nora at nora@greenteaminc.com for more info- just 2 weeks left. Also- The Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift Program is collecting new toys right before the start of the parade at 9:45am. Please come enjoy this wonderful community event and share the joy of the season with donating a toy for either a boy or girl age 0 to 12yrs. old. The toy float will come down the entire parade route and volunteers will collect your donations right on the spot.

· Speaking of gifts- Matrix Computer Consulting has a great deal on new PCs for home or office and will donate $35 for every PC purchased to the Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift Program. It’s a great deal for you and of course more toys for needy kids. Please email Sarah at sarah@matrixcc.net to learn more.

· Cheers to F.H. Furr and their Keep’emWarm Coat Drive for kids across the community. We are collecting new kids coats age 0 to 12yrs old. There are hundreds of kids that will show up at school with only a sweatshirt on when they should have a warm coat on. You can drop off your donation at any of the 4 United Bank branches in Prince William- Liberia Road, Balls Ford Road, Lake Ridge and Route 1 Dumfries. And the PW Libraries are also collecting coats at the following full service locations: Chinn Park, Potomac, Montclair, Central, Bull Run and Haymarket/Gainesville branches. Huge Cheers to F.H. Furr, PW Libraries and United Bank for this partnership!

· The Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift program for needy kids is in full swing. There are still 1300 kids needing a sponsor! Come share the joy of the season by sponsoring a child. You will receive the child’s name, age and 2 gift wishes so you can make their dreams come true. You can download all the info at: volunteerprincewilliam.org.

· Project Mend A House invites all to their Holiday open House on Monday December 5th, 6-9pm. It will be an evening of cheer, shopping, door prizes, friendship and some adult beverages. The vendor line-up includes LulaRoe, Keep Collective, Chloe+Isabelle, Scentsy, Mary Kay and Pampered Chef. Please RSVP to Liz@pwahweb.org

· House of Mercy has an urgent need for volunteers in the Donation Center. Duties include sorting, labeling and hanging. It’s a great family project and teens are most welcome. Please complete a volunteer application on their website at:houseofmercyva.org

· Chapel of His Glory Immigration Ministry is looking for a volunteer Paralegal/Legal Assistant to help pro bono lawyers working with immigrant families who entered the US legally and need assistance to renew/retain their legal status. Please email Pastor Herbert at: treasuredglory@gmail.com for more info.

· The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program is looking for volunteer’s age 55+ to present the Safe at Home curriculum to 4th grade students. Come be part of the team to teach cute kids critical life skills while they are home alone. Please call Jan at (571) 292-5307 for more info.

· Bright Care Center in Manassas provides social and medical services to adults with disabilities. Volunteers are needed daily to pick up the noon lunch meal from Caton Merchant House for the participants. Volunteers are also needed for activities such as crafts, puzzles, music and jewelry making. This is a great job for teens age 16+. Please call Nyome at (703) 330-5836 to learn more.

· The Soroptimist Club of Manassas invites young women age 14-17 to nominate themselves for their Violet Richardson Award Program. This program celebrates volunteer service to better our community. Please email jamilah.dalton@gmail.com to learn more.

· Saved Hands Foundation is looking for volunteers to teach Microsoft Office to adults either in the evenings or daytime. They are also looking for a grant writer, administrated support and a marketing director. Come be part of the team offering skill building to disadvantaged adults. Please email info@savedhandsfoundation.org to learn more.

· The Hilda Barg Homeless Prevention Center is looking for volunteers to help at the front desk on weekdays. Tasks include welcoming guests, answering the phone or assist residents and staff with admin projects. Volunteers must be 18 yrs. +. Please call Paola at (571) 748-2674 for more info.

· Prince William Area Free Clinic is looking for volunteer Pharmacists on Tuesday evenings from 3-7pm at their Woodbridge clinic. Please fill out an application at: pwafc.org/our-team.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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Call to Action: We have thousands of kids needing your help

 Good morning Prince William – mark your calendars for the 71st Annual Greater Manassas Christmas Parade at 10am. The Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift Program is collecting new toys right before the start of the parade. Please come enjoy this wonderful community event and share the joy of the season with donating a toy for either a boy or girl age 0 to 12yrs. old. The toy float will come down the entire parade route and volunteers will collect your donations right on the spot.

· Cheers to F.H. Furr and their Keep’emWarm Coat Drive for kids across the community. We are collecting new kids coats age 0 to 12yrs old. There are hundreds of kids that will show up at school with only a sweatshirt on when they should have a warm coat on. You can drop off your donation at any of the 4 United Bank branches in Prince William- Liberia Road, Balls Ford Road, Lake Ridge and Route 1 Dumfries. And the PW Libraries are also collecting coats at the following full service locations: Chinn Park, Potomac, Montclair, Central, Bull Run and Haymarket/Gainesville branches. Huge Cheers to F.H. Furr, PW Libraries and United Bank for this partnership!

· The Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift program for needy kids is in full swing. Come share the joy of the season by sponsoring a child. You will receive the child’s name, age and two gift wishes so you can make their dreams come true. You can download all the info at: volunteerprincewilliam.org.
We have thousands of kids needing your help!

· Chapel of His Glory Immigration Ministry is looking for a volunteer Paralegal/Legal Assistant to help pro bono lawyers working with immigrant families who entered the US legally and need assistance to renew/retain their legal status. Please email Pastor Herbert at: treasuredglory@gmail.com for more info.

· The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program is looking for volunteer’s age 55+ to present the Safe at Home curriculum to 4th grade students. Come be part of the team to teach cute kids critical life skills while they are home alone. Please call Jan at (571) 292-5307 for more info.

· Bright Care Center in Manassas provides social and medical services to adults with disabilities. Volunteers are needed daily to pick up the noon lunch meal from Caton Merchant House for the participants. Volunteers are also needed for activities such as crafts, puzzles, music and jewelry making. This is a great job for teens age 16+. Please call Nyome at (703) 330-5836 to learn more.

· The Soroptimist Club of Manassas invites young women age 14-17 to nominate themselves for their Violet Richardson Award Program. This program celebrates volunteer service to better our community. Please email jamilah.dalton@gmail.com to learn more.

· Saved Hands Foundation is looking for volunteers to teach Microsoft Office to adults either in the evenings or daytime. They are also looking for a grant writer, administrated support and a marketing director. Come be part of the team offering skill building to disadvantaged adults. Please email info@savedhandsfoundation.org to learn more.

· The Hilda Barg Homeless Prevention Center is looking for volunteers to help at the front desk on weekdays. Tasks include welcoming guests, answering the phone or assist residents and staff with admin projects. Volunteers must be 18 yrs. +. Please call Paola at (571) 748-2674 for more info.

· Prince William Area Free Clinic is looking for volunteer Pharmacists on Tuesday evenings from 3-7pm at their Woodbridge clinic. Please fill out an application at: pwafc.org/our-team.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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Cheers to F.H. Furr and their Keep’em Warm Coat Drive for kids across the community

· Good morning Prince William – Cheers to volunteer managers around the world celebrating International Volunteer Managers Day Saturday, November 5th. Our colleagues have the skills and knowledge to help people meet community needs. They provide the leadership and direction for volunteers of all ages build a good and just society and mend the social fabric of our community. Cheers to all the volunteer managers- our friends and colleagues!

· Cheers to F.H. Furr and their Keep’em Warm Coat Drive for kids across the community. We are collecting new kids coats age 0 to 12yrs old. There are hundreds of kids that will show up at school with only a sweatshirt on when they should have a warm coat on. You can drop off your donation at any of the 4 United Bank branches in Prince William- Liberia Road, Balls Ford Road, Lake Ridge and Route 1 Dumfries. And the Prince William County Libraries are also collecting coats at the following full-service locations: Chinn Park, Potomac, Montclair, Central, Bull Run and Haymarket/Gainesville branches. Huge Cheers to F.H. Furr, PW Libraries and United Bank for this partnership!

· The Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift program for needy kids is in full swing. Share the joy of the season by sponsoring a child. You will receive the child’s name, age and two gift wishes so you can make their dreams come true. Please email mfoley@volunteerprincewilliam.org for a donor packet.

· Chapel of His Glory Immigration Ministry is looking for a volunteer Paralegal/Legal Assistant to help pro bono lawyers working with immigrant families who entered the US legally and need assistance to renew/retain their legal status. Please email Pastor Herbert at treasuredglory@gmail.com for more info.

· The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program is looking for volunteer’s age 55+ to present the Safe at Home curriculum to 4th-grade students. Be part of the team to teach cute kids critical life skills while they are home alone. Please call Jan at (571) 292-5307 for more info.

· The Potomac River Cleanup at Leesylvania State Park needs volunteers on Saturday, November 12th at 11 am. Be sure to wear bug spray, closed toed shoes, old clothes, and sunscreen for this super fun gets a dirty little job. You’ll know immediately how much impact you have on our precious resources! Please call (703) 583-6904 to register.

· Bright Care Center in Manassas provides social and medical services to adults with disabilities. Volunteers are needed daily to pick up the noon lunch meal from Caton Merchant House for the participants. Volunteers are also needed for activities such as crafts, puzzles, music and jewelry making. This is a great job for teens age 16+. Please call Nyome at (703) 330-5836 to learn more.

· The Soroptimist Club of Manassas invites young women ages 14-17 to nominate themselves for their Violet Richardson Award Program. This program celebrates volunteer service to better our community. Please email jamilah.dalton@gmail.com to learn more.

· The SPCA is teaming up with ACTS to provide healthy and safe food alternatives for pets at Thanksgiving. They are collecting pet food that will be distributed to the Operation Turkey families. Volunteers are needed to fill the bags of pet food by November 15th. This is the perfect job for scouts and youth groups. Go to www.pwspca.org for more info on the Thanksgiving pet food drive.

· Saved Hands Foundation is looking for volunteers to teach Microsoft Office to adults either in the evenings or daytime. They are also looking for a grant writer, administrated support and a marketing director. Be part of the team offering skill building to disadvantaged adults. Please email info@savedhandsfoundation.org to learn more.

· The Hilda Barg Homeless Prevention Center is looking for volunteers to help at the front desk on weekdays. Tasks include welcoming guests, answering the phone or assist residents and staff with admin projects. Volunteers must be 18 yrs. +. Please call Paola at (571) 748-2674 for more info.

· Prince William Area Free Clinic is looking for volunteer Pharmacists on Tuesday evenings from 3-7pm at their Woodbridge clinic. Please fill out an application at pwafc.org/our-team.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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The Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift program for needy kids is in full swing

Good morning Prince William – The Prince William Trails and Streams Coalition needs volunteers on Saturday, November 5th 9am-12 noon for their clean-up event on Neabsco Creek at Eagles Park. All supplies provided for this fun community event. Please email secretary@pwtsc.org to register.

· The Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift program for needy kids is in full swing. Share the joy of the season by sponsoring a child. You will receive the child’s name, age and two gift wishes so you can make their dreams come true. Please email mfoley@volunteerprincewilliam.org for a donor packet.

· The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program is looking for volunteers age 55+ to present the Safe at Home curriculum to 4th-grade students. Be part of the team to teach cute kids critical life skills while they are home alone. Please call Jan at (571) 292-5307 for more info.

· The Potomac River Cleanup at Leesylvania State Park needs volunteers on Saturday, November 12th at 11 am. Be sure to wear bug spray, closed toed shoes, old clothes, and sunscreen for this super fun get a little dirty job. You’ll know immediately how much impact you have on our precious resources! Please call (703) 583-6904 to register.

· Bright Care Center in Manassas provides social and medical services to adults with disabilities. Volunteers are needed daily to pick up the noon lunch meal from Caton Merchant House for the participants. Volunteers are also needed for activities such as crafts, puzzles, music and jewelry making. This is a great job for teens age 16+. Please call Nyome at (703) 330-5836 to learn more.

· The Soroptimist Club of Manassas invites young women age 14-17 to nominate themselves for their Violet Richardson Award Program. This program celebrates volunteer service to better our community. Please email jamilah.dalton@gmail.com to learn more.

· The SPCA is teaming up with ACTS to provide healthy and safe food alternatives for pets at Thanksgiving. They are collecting pet food that will be distributed to the Operation Turkey families. Volunteers are needed to fill the bags of pet food by November 15th. This is the perfect job for scouts and youth groups. Go to www.pwspca.org for more info on the Thanksgiving pet food drive.

· Saved Hands Foundation is looking for volunteers to teach Microsoft Office to adults either in the evenings or daytime. They are also looking for a grant writer, administrated support and a marketing director. Be part of the team offering skill building to disadvantaged adults. Please email info@savedhandsfoundation.org to learn more.

· The Hilda Barg Homeless Prevention Center is looking for volunteers to help at the front desk on weekdays. Tasks include welcoming guests, answering the phone or assist residents and staff with admin projects. Volunteers must be 18 yrs. +. Please call Paola at (571) 748-2674 for more info.

· Prince William Area Free Clinic is looking for volunteer Pharmacists on Tuesday evenings from 3-7pm at their Woodbridge clinic. Please fill out an application at: pwafc.org/our-team.

· Operation Turkey is right around the corner! This is great opportunity to help those in need with all the fixings for a Thanksgiving meal. The special basics we all love include green beans, sweet potatoes, boxed pie crust, corn, biscuit mix, stuffing, box muffins, pumpkin pie mix, mashed potatoes, gravy packets or jars and of course cranberry sauce. Donations can be made to both ACTS in Dumfries and SERVE in Manassas.

· The Manassas Christmas Parade is in need of volunteer marshals! Also, there are several levels of sponsorship available. This year’s theme is Believe. Visit www.gmchristmasparade.org for more information or contact Nora at: nora@greenteaminc.com.

· The Greater Washington Heart Walk takes place on November 5th on the National Mall. Help fight heart disease and stroke. Go to www.greaterwashingtonheartwalk.org for information and to register as a walker or volunteer.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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Potomac River Cleanup at Leesylvania State Park needs volunteers

Good morning Prince William – Happy Halloween! Historic Manassas is looking for volunteers to help with their Haunted Happenings event on Saturday, October 29th from 9am-12noon. Duties include helping with fun games for the children in costume. You don’t want to miss the fun- please email Erin@historicmanassasinc.org to learn more.

· SERVE is looking for youth groups to distribute flyers in their neighborhood about collecting TP when they trick or treat- yep you got it everybody could use a little extra TP especially families in need. Call Navara at 571-748-2536 to learn more.

· The Retired and senior Volunteer Program is looking for volunteers age 55+ to present the Safe at Home curriculum to 4th-grade students. Come be part of the team to teach cute kids critical life skills while they are home alone. Please call Jan at (571) 292-5307 for more info.

· The Potomac River Cleanup at Leesylvania State Park needs volunteers on Saturday, November 12th at 11 am. Be sure to wear bug spray, closed toed shoes, old clothes, and sunscreen for this super fun get-a-little -dirty job. You’ll know immediately how much impact you have on our precious resources! Please call (703) 583-6904 to register.

· Bright Care Center in Manassas provides social and medical services to adults with disabilities. Volunteers are needed daily to pick up the noon lunch meal from Caton Merchant House for the participants. Volunteers are also needed for activities such as crafts, puzzles, music and jewelry making. This is a great job for teens age 16+. Please call Nyome at (703) 330-5836 to learn more.

· The Soroptimist Club of Manassas invites young women age 14-17 to nominate themselves for their Violet Richardson Award Program. This program celebrates volunteer service to better our community. Please email jamilah.dalton@gmail.com to learn more.

· The SPCA is teaming up with ACTS to provide healthy and safe food alternatives for pets at Thanksgiving. They are collecting pet food that will be distributed to the Operation Turkey families. Volunteers are needed to fill the bags of pet food by November 15th. This is the perfect job for scouts and youth groups. Go to www.pwspca.org for more info on the Thanksgiving pet food drive.

· Saved Hands Foundation is looking for volunteers to teach Microsoft Office to adults either in the evenings or daytime. They are also looking for a grant writer, administrated support and a marketing director. Be part of the team offering skill building to disadvantaged adults. Please email info@savedhandsfoundation.org to learn more.

· The Hilda Barg Homeless Prevention Center is looking for volunteers to help at the front desk on weekdays. Tasks include welcoming guests, answering the phone or assist residents and staff with admin projects. Volunteers must be 18 yrs. +. Please call Paola at (571) 748-2674 for more info.

· Prince William Area Free Clinic is looking for volunteer Pharmacists on Tuesday evenings from 3-7pm at their Woodbridge clinic. Please fill out an application at: pwafc.org/our-team.

· Operation Turkey is right around the corner! This is great opportunity to help those in need with all the fixings for a Thanksgiving meal. The special basics we all love include green beans, sweet potatoes, boxed pie crust, corn, biscuit mix, stuffing, box muffins, pumpkin pie mix, mashed potatoes, gravy packets or jars and of course cranberry sauce. Donations can be made to both ACTS in Dumfries and SERVE in Manassas.

· The Manassas Christmas Parade is in need of volunteer marshals! Also, there are several levels of sponsorship available. This year’s theme is Believe. Visit www.gmchristmasparade.org for more information or contact Nora at: nora@greenteaminc.com.

· The Greater Washington Heart Walk takes place on November 5th on the National Mall. Help fight heart disease and stroke. Go to www.greaterwashingtonheartwalk.org for information and to register as a walker or volunteer.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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Come to the Annual Boo Ball to support over 5,500 children

Good morning Prince William – Come to the Annual Boo Ball to support over 5,500 children in our Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift program on Saturday, October 22nd, 6:30-12pm. This fun event is a partnership with Volunteer Prince William and the Manassas Moose Lodge. Dinner, dancing, and specialty drink for just $35. Please purchase your tickets online at: volunteerprincewilliam.org- it’s about a kid and a toy- Help us make dreams come true!

· The Hilda Barg Homeless Prevention Center is looking for volunteers to help at the front desk on weekdays. Tasks include welcoming guests, answering the phone or assist residents and staff with admin projects. Volunteers must be 18 yrs. +. Please call Paola at (571) 748-2674 for more info.

· Prince William Health District is giving free flu shots to anyone age three yrs. + on October 20th from 2:30-6:30pm at Manassas Park High School-8200 Euclid Ave.

· Prince William Area Free Clinic is looking for volunteer Pharmacists on Tuesday evenings from 3-7pm at their Woodbridge clinic. Please fill out an application at: pwafc.org/our-team.

· Leesylvania State Park needs volunteers for their Fall Festival on Saturday, October 22nd from 5-9pm. Fun jobs include games for the kids, actors for the haunted history hike-yikes! And costume contest. Please call (703) 583-6904 to learn more.

· Got Drugs? Take them to a drop-off point on October 22 – Drug Take Back Event. Sponsored by NOVANT, SENTARA, and UVA medical systems. Drop off locations include Novant Health UVA System, PW Medical Center, 8640 Sudley Rd., Manassas; Sentara Lake Ridge, 12825 Minnieville Rd.; Novant Health UVA System, 15225 Heathcote Blvd., Haymarket.

· Cheers to the Bull Run Street Rods Club for collecting toys at their car show on Saturday, October 22nd from 4pm-8pm. Bring a toy and come see cool cars and David from Swirlee’s will give you a small cone for the toy donation! The cars will assemble in the Burger King parking lot on Rt 28 by the Manassas Airport.

· Project Mend A House invites you to their Annual Taste of the Town event on October 26th at 6:30pm. Its great food from over 30 fine restaurants for just $35. Please call Gina at (703) 792-7663 for tickets.

· Operation Turkey is right around the corner! This is great opportunity to help those in need with all the fixings for a Thanksgiving meal. The special basics we all love include green beans, sweet potatoes, boxed pie crust, corn, biscuit mix, stuffing, box muffins, pumpkin pie mix, mashed potatoes, gravy packets or jars and of course cranberry sauce. Donations can be made to both ACTS in Dumfries and SERVE in Manassas.

· The Manassas Christmas Parade is in need of volunteer marshals! Also, there are several levels of sponsorship available. This year’s theme is Believe. Visit www.gmchristmasparade.org for more information or contact Nora at: nora@greenteaminc.com.

· The Greater Washington Heart Walk takes place on November 5th on the National Mall. Help fight heart disease and stroke. Go to www.greaterwashingtonheartwalk.org for information and to register as a walker or volunteer.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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This is the ultimate get dirty, act out, sacrifice your old clothes event

Good morning Prince William – Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 29th to volunteer with the Boy Scouts for a super fun event at Camp William B. Snyder in Haymarket. Volunteers will be asked to pretend they are survivors and victims of an airplane crash and a school bus crash so the scouts can practice their first aid skills. This is the ultimate get dirty, act out and even sacrifice your old clothes if you let the kids cut your pants or shirts to expose the pretend injury. Don’t worry- these kids are well trained! And you’ll be part of a huge volunteer effort.

This is the ultimate get dirty, act out and even sacrifice your old clothes if you let the kids cut your pants or shirts to expose the pretend injury. Don’t worry- these kids are well trained! And you’ll be part of a huge volunteer effort. Weather promises to be nice to afford the kids the opportunity for additional skill building. Please register for this event at: www.volunteerprincewilliam.org, click volunteer and look under Boy Scouts of America. Teen volunteers need be age 15+, 14 or less must be accompanied by an adult and must turn 12 yrs. old by October 1st. You don’t want to miss this!

· The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program needs volunteers age 55+ to drive veterans and their spouses to medical appointments especially in the Woodbridge area. This very special volunteer job also affords the volunteer an additional insurance coverage and a mile stipend. It’s a win-win all the way around. Please call Jan at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1 to learn more.

· SERVE’s annual Empty Bowls event on Thursday, October 13th from 5:30-8pm at the Manassas Church of the Brethren. It’s a wonderful meal with a performance by the Greater Manassas Children’s Choir and a hand-made ceramic bowl. Please visit:www.nvfs.org/emptybowls to purchase your tickets.

· Prince William Recycles Day – The Power of Recycling – On October 15 – Volunteers are needed! Come out and see what happens to all those items you put into your recycle bin. Take a tour of the Prince William County Landfill, no REALLY, you will be amazed and might just see some of the resident Bald Eagles flying overhead! There will be fun games and activities. New this year, scarecrow making with a clothing or household goods donation. Visit www.pwcgov.org/trashandrecycling for scarecrow domain requirements and other details. Watch the Video: https://youtu.be/IAVusryHc0s

· Project Mend a House has several things coming up: October 15 is Fall Fix-it to help a neighbor in need. There is something for everyone who wants to assist! Contact Mr. Abshire at 571-222-5339. There will be free group fitness classes. POISED is aimed at fall prevention for seniors three times per week for 10 weeks through October 14 on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 10:30 to 11:30am at Freedom Fitness & Aquatics Center. Please visit www.pmah.org to catch up on many additional activities!

· Walk to end Alzheimer’s is coming up on October 15 in Manassas at the Harris Pavilion – visit their web site for details on walking and volunteering! Volunteers are especially needed for event set-up, advocacy, finish line brigade and route monitoring. This promises to be a super fun day. www.alzheimersassociationnca.volunteerlocal.com.

· Embrace Treatment Foster Care is holding an informational session at Chinn Park Library on October 18th at 6pm. There is an urgent need for foster families to help children that have been removed from their homes. These kids just need a stable and loving environment. Please call Gretchen at (540) 613-5120 to learn more.

· Come to the Annual Boo Ball to support over 5,500 children in our Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift program on Saturday October 22nd, 6:30-12pm. This fun event is a partnership with Volunteer Prince William and the Manassas Moose Lodge. Dinner, dancing and specialty drink for just $35. Please purchase your tickets online at: volunteerprincewilliam.org- it’s about a kid and a toy- Help us make dreams come true!

· Prince William Soil and Water Conservation District is looking for stream monitoring volunteers and is holding a FREE NOVA Water Quality Monitoring Certification and Training. Adopt a site of your choosing and monitor 3-4 times per year. Help the Department of Environmental Quality by collecting water quality data – the class is Saturday, October 22 at the Manassas National Battlefield Park HQ, 12521 Lee Hwy., Manassas. For details contact: Veronica at waterquality@pwswcd.org. The District also is in need of a volunteer is also needed to staff a booth at the National Park Service (NPS) Saturday in the Park event on October 22. There are too many great programs to list here! Please visit: www.wpswd.org for much more information.

· Leesylvania State Park needs volunteers for their Fall Festival on Saturday October 22nd from 5-9pm. Fun jobs include games for the kids, actors for the haunted history hike-yikes! And costume contest. Please call (703) 583-6904 to learn more.

· Got Drugs? Take them to a drop off point on October 22 – Drug Take Back Event. Sponsored by NOVANT, SENTARA, and UVA medical systems. Drop off locations include: Novant Health UVA System, PW Medical Center, 8640 Sudley Rd., Manassas; Sentara Lake Ridge, 12825 Minnieville Rd.; Novant Health UVA System, 15225 Heathcoat Blvd., Haymarket.

· Cheers to the Bull Run Street Rods Club for collecting toys at their car show on Saturday October 22nd from 4pm-8pm. Bring a toy and come see cool cars and David from Swirlee’s will give you a small cone for the toy donation! The cars will assemble in the Burger King parking lot on Rt 28 by the Manassas Airport.

· Operation Turkey is right around the corner! This is great opportunity to help those in need with all the fixings for a Thanksgiving meal. The special basics we all love include green beans, sweet potatoes, boxed pie crust, corn, biscuit mix, stuffing, box muffins, pumpkin pie mix, mashed potatoes, gravy packets or jars and of course cranberry sauce. Donations can be made to both ACTS in Dumfries and SERVE in Manassas.

· Piedmont TOPSoccer needs volunteers to work one on one with children with disabilities at their practice sessions on Saturdays through November 5th. Less experienced athletes go 10am-11am and more experienced athletes practice 11am-12 noon, at the Vint Hill gym. No soccer skills needed just a great attitude and big smile! The greatest need for volunteers is the 10-11am time slot. Please contact Beth at: piedmonttopsoccer@comcast.net to learn more.

· The Manassas Christmas Parade is in need of volunteer marshals! Also, there are several levels of sponsorship available. This year’s theme is Believe. Visit www.gmchristmasparade.org for more information or contact Nora at: nora@greenteaminc.com.

· The Greater Washington Heart Walk takes place on November 5th on the National Mall. Help fight heart disease and stroke. Go to www.greaterwashingtonheartwalk.org for information and to register as a walker or volunteer.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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Call to Action: Leesylvania State Park needs volunteers for their Fall Festival

Good morning Prince William – don’t miss SERVE’s annual Empty Bowls event on Thursday October 13th from 5:30-8pm at the Manassas Church of the Brethren. It’s a wonderful meal with performance by the Greater Manassas Children’s Choir and a hand-made ceramic bowl. Please visit:www.nvfs.org/emptybowls to purchase your tickets.

· Come to the Annual Boo Ball to support over 5,500 children in our Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift program on Saturday October 22nd, 6:30-12pm. This fun event is a partnership with Volunteer Prince William and the Manassas Moose Lodge. Dinner, dancing and specialty drink for just $35. Please purchase your tickets online at: volunteerprincewilliam.org- it’s about a kid and a toy- Help us make dreams come true!

· The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program needs volunteers age 55+ to drive veterans and their spouses to medical appointments especially in the Woodbridge area. This very special volunteer job also affords the volunteer an additional insurance coverage and a mile stipend. It’s a win-win all the way around. Please call Jan at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1 to learn more.

· Leesylvania State Park needs volunteers for their Fall Festival on Saturday October 22nd from 5-9pm. Fun jobs include games for the kids, actors for the haunted history hike-yikes! And costume contest. Please call (703) 583-6904 to learn more.

· ACTS needs your help in their food pantry in Dumfries. Shifts are Mondays and Thursdays 9-11:30am and 1-3pm; Tuesdays: 1-3:30 and 5-6:30; Fridays: 9-11:30am. You will need to complete a volunteer application at www.actspwc.org.

· Operation Turkey is right around the corner! This is great opportunity to help those in need with all the fixings for a Thanksgiving meal. The special basics we all love include green beans, sweet potatoes, boxed pie crust, corn, biscuit mix, stuffing, box muffins, pumpkin pie mix, mashed potatoes, gravy packets or jars and of course cranberry sauce. Donations can be made to both ACTS in Dumfries and SERVE in Manassas.

· Prince William Recycles Day – The Power of Recycling – On October 15 come out and see what happens to all those items you put into your recycle bin. Take a tour of the Prince William County Landfill, no REALLY, you will be amazed and might just see some of the resident Bald Eagles flying overhead! There will be fun games and activities. New this year, scarecrow making with a clothing or household goods donation. Visit www.pwcgov.org/trashandrecycling for scarecrow domain requirements and other details. Watch the Video: https://youtu.be/IAVusryHc0s

· Embrace Treatment Foster Care has an urgent need for foster families to help children that have been removed from their homes. These kids just need a stable and loving environment. Please call Gretchen at (540) 613-5120 to learn more.

· Cheers to the Bull Run Street Rods Club for collecting toys at their car show on Saturday October 22nd from 4pm-8pm. Bring a toy and come see cool cars and David from Swirlee’s will give you a small cone for the toy donation! The cars will assemble in the Burger King parking lot on Rt 28 by the Manassas Airport.

· Project Mend a House has several things coming up: October 8 & 15 are Community service days for a neighbor in need. There is something for everyone who wants to assist! Contact Mr. Abshire at 571-222-5339. There will be free group fitness classes aimed at fall prevention for seniors three times per week for 10 weeks starting September 26th on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 1:00 to 2:00pm at the Woodbridge Senior Center on Church Hill Dr. Please visit www.pmah.org to catch up on many additional activities!

· Walk to end Alzheimer’s is coming up on October 15 in Manassas at the Harris Pavilion – visit their web site for details on walking and volunteering! Volunteers are especially needed for event set-up, advocacy, finish line brigade and route monitoring. This promises to be a super fun day. www.alzheimersassociationnca.volunteerlocal.com.

· Prince William Soil and Water Conservation District is looking for stream monitoring volunteers and is holding a FREE NOVA Water Quality Monitoring Certification and Training. Adopt a site of your choosing and monitor 3-4 times per year. Help the Department of Environmental Quality by collecting water quality data – the class is Saturday, October 22 at the Manassas National Battlefield Park HQ, 12521 Lee Hwy., Manassas. For details contact: Veronica at waterquality@pwswcd.org.

· Mark your calendars for Saturday October 29th to volunteer with the Boy Scouts for a super fun event at Camp William B. Snyder in Haymarket. Volunteers will be asked to pretend they are survivors and victims of an airplane crash and a school bus crash so the scouts can practice their first aid skills. This is the ultimate get dirty, act out and even sacrifice your old clothes if you let the kids cut your pants or shirts to expose the pretend injury. Don’t worry- these kids are well trained! And you’ll be part of a huge volunteer effort. Weather promises to be nice to afford the kids the opportunity for additional skill building. Please register for this event at: volunteerprincewilliam.org, click volunteer and look under Boy Scouts of America. Teen volunteers need be age 15+, 14 or less must be accompanied by an adult and must turn 12 yrs. old by October 1st. You don’t want to miss this!

· Piedmont TOPSoccer needs volunteers to work one on one with children with disabilities at their practice sessions on Saturdays through November 5th. Smaller kids go 10am-11am and the older kids practice 11am-12 noon. No soccer skills needed! Please contact Beth at: piedmonttopsoccer@comcast.net to learn more.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

The Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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Mark your calendars for the annual Boo Ball!

Good morning Prince William – mark your calendars for the Annual Boo Ball to support over 5,500 children in our Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift program on Saturday, October 22nd, 6:30-12pm. This fun event is a partnership with Volunteer Prince William and the Manassas Moose Lodge. Dinner, dancing, and specialty drink for just $35. Please purchase your tickets online at: volunteerprincewilliam.org- it’s about a kid and a toy- Help us make dreams come true!

· The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program needs volunteers age 55+ to drive veterans and their spouses to medical appointments. This very special volunteer job also affords the volunteer an additional insurance coverage and a mile stipend. It’s a win-win all the way around. Please call Jan at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1 to learn more.

· Historic Manassas needs volunteers on Saturday, October 1st for their Annual Fall Jubilee event. Jobs include manning the beer garden from 10-2 or 2-4pm, pumpkin patch volunteers at the same period, check in at the community stage from 10-1pm or 1-5pm or check in the pumpkin pie contestants from 12-2pm. All super fun jobs – please email Erin at erin@historicmanassasinc.org for more info.

· House of Mercy needs volunteers on Saturday, October 1st for their Campaign to End Hunger event. It’s just 2-hour shifts from 8am-4pm. Volunteers need to be able to lift 50# bags! All for a great cause. Please sign up at: signupgenius.com/go/20f044cada629abfb6-2016. Email Ann at: help@houseofmercyva.org for more info.

· Embrace Treatment Foster Care has an urgent need for foster families to help children that have been removed from their homes. These kids just need a stable and loving environment. Please call Gretchen at (540) 613-5120 to learn more.

· Piedmont TOPSoccer needs volunteers to work one on one with children with disabilities at their practice sessions on Saturdays through November 5th. Smaller kids go 10am-11am, and the older kids practice 11am-12 noon. No soccer skills needed! They meet at the Vint Hill gym. Please contact Beth at: piedmonttopsoccer@comcast.net to learn more.

· Cheers to the Bull Run Street Rods Club for collecting toys at their car show on Saturday, October 22nd from 4pm-8pm. Bring a toy and come see cool cars and David from Swirlee’s will give you a small cone for the toy donation! The cars will assemble in the Burger King parking lot on Rt 28 by the Manassas Airport.

· Covenant Presbyterian Church, Woodbridge presents Griefshare beginning Thursday nights starting September 29th. This support group brings help and encouragement after the death of a loved one. Contact Helen at 703-408-2064 or via email at: timhelen66@hotmail.com.

· Saved Hands Foundation, a nonprofit helping people learn and enhance work skills has the need for the following volunteers: Grant Writer, Executive Administrative Assistant, and Marketing Director. For position descriptions and more information, please contact Pamela at info@savedhandsfoundation.org and be sure to visit them at www.savedhandfoundation.org.

· Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 29th to volunteer with the Boy Scouts for a super fun event at Camp William B. Snyder in Haymarket. Volunteers will be asked to pretend they are survivors and victims of an airplane crash and a school bus crash so the Scouts can practice their first aid skills. This is the ultimate get dirty, act out and even sacrifice your old clothes if you let the kids cut your pants or shirts to expose the pretend injury. Don’t worry- these kids are well trained! And you’ll be part of a huge volunteer effort. The weather promises to be nice to afford the kids the opportunity for additional skill building. Please register for this event at: volunteerprincewilliam.org, click volunteer and look under Boy Scouts of America. Teen volunteers need be age 15+, 14 or less must be accompanied by an adult and must turn 12 yrs. old by October 1st. You don’t want to miss this!

· ACTS needs your help in their food pantry in Dumfries. Shifts are Mondays and Thursdays 9-11:30 am and 1-3pm; Tuesdays: 1-3:30 and 5-6:30; Fridays: 9-11:30 am. You will need to complete a volunteer application at www.actspwc.org. Don’t forget: IWALK for ACTS is Saturday, October 1st at Potomac Town Center at 9 am. Pull together your family, friends, colleagues and people you’d like to know and come out to support families in need. Registration is $20/individual, $15/team members or $50/family. Please register at:iwalkforacts.com

· Walk to end Alzheimer’s is coming up on October 15 in Manassas at the Harris Pavilion – visit their website for details on walking and volunteering! Volunteers are especially needed for event set-up, advocacy, finish line brigade and route monitoring. This promises to be a super fun day. www.alzheimersassociationnca.volunteerlocal.com.

· Project Mend a House has several things coming up: October 8 & 15 are Community service days for a neighbor in need. There is something for everyone who wants to assist! Contact Mr. Abshire at 571-222-5339. There will be free group fitness classes aimed at fall prevention for seniors three times per week for 10 weeks starting September 26th on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 1:00 to 2 pm at the Woodbridge Senior Center on Church Hill Dr. Please visit www.pmah.org to catch up on many additional activities!

· The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards Program recognizes outstanding young people in grades 5-12 for their great volunteer service to the community. Teens will be judged by their initiative, effort, impact and personal growth. Nominations due by November 8th at their website: spirit.prudential.com.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

The Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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‘Out of Darkness Walk’ to support suicide prevention needs walkers

Good morning Prince William – Consider joining The Out of Darkness Walk to support suicide prevention needs walkers on Sunday, September 18th at the Harris Pavilion. Check-in is 11 am and the walk begins at 12:30 pm. Please register to walk or support one of the many walkers already registered at: afsp.org.

· Join Independence Empowerment Center on Dorsey Circle September 13 at 1 pm for a presentation by attorney Valarie Slater as she discusses Individualized Education Plans (IEPs). Also, mark your calendars for the IEC Annual meeting and recognition event on Wednesday, September 28th at Foster’s Grille in Manassas from 4-6pm. Learn about all the accomplishments of the past year and the vision for the future.Valarie Slater as she discusses Individualized Education Plans (IEPs). Also, mark your calendars for the IEC Annual meeting and recognition event on Wednesday, September 28th at Foster’s Grille in Manassas from 4-6pm. Come learn about all the accomplishments of the past year and the vision for the future.

· SERVE needs volunteers on Wednesday, September 14 for the Lou Maroon Golf Tournament, hosted by the Manassas and Bull Run Rotary Clubs benefiting the SERVE campus of NVFS. You will be checking in golf teams, running the putting contest, selling raffle tickets, greeting golfers on the course, taking event photos, and more. Get out, get some air, and do some good! Contact Navara for shift information: ncannon@nvfs.org or 571-748-2536.

· Covenant Presbyterian Church, Woodbridge presents Griefshare beginning Thursday nights starting September 29th. This support group brings help and encouragement after the death of a loved one. Contact Helen at 703-408-2064 or via email at: timhelen66@hotmail.com.

· Saved Hands Foundation, a nonprofit helping people learn and enhance work skills has the need for the following volunteers: Grant Writer, Executive Administrative Assistant, and Marketing Director. For position descriptions and more information, please contact Pamela at info@savedhandsfoundation.org and be sure to visit them at www.savedhandfoundation.org.

· Virginia Cooperative Extension is offering Put a lock on it: Protecting Your Online Privacy on Wednesday, September 14, from 7 to 9 pm at the Sudley North Government Center. You must register to attend: email SmartMoney@pwcgov.org or phone 703-792-6287.

· Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 29th to volunteer with the Boy Scouts for a super fun event at Camp William B. Snyder in Haymarket. Volunteers will be asked to pretend they are survivors and victims of an airplane crash and a school bus crash so the Scouts can practice their first aid skills. This is the ultimate get dirty, act out and even sacrifice your old clothes if you let the kids cut your pants or shirts to expose the pretend injury. Don’t worry- these kids are well trained! And you’ll be part of a huge volunteer effort. The weather promises to be nice to afford the kids the opportunity for additional skill building. Please register for this event at: volunteerprincewilliam.org, click volunteer and look under Boy Scouts of America. Teen volunteers need be age 15+, 14 or less must be accompanied by an adult and must turn 12 yrs. old by October 1st. You don’t want to miss this!

· ACTS needs your help in their food pantry in Dumfries. Shifts are Mondays and Thursdays 9-11:30 am and 1-3pm; Tuesdays: 1-3:30 and 5-6:30; Fridays: 9-11:30 am. You will need to complete a volunteer application at www.actspwc.org. Don’t forget: WALK for ACTS is Saturday, October 1st at Potomac Town Center at 9 am. Pull together your family, friends, colleagues and people you’d like to know and come out to support families in need. Registration is $20/individual, $15/team members or $50/family. Please register at iwalkforacts.com.

· Walk to end Alzheimer’s is coming up on October 15 in Manassas at the Harris Pavilion – visit their website for details on walking and volunteering! Volunteers are especially needed for event set-up, advocacy, finish line brigade and route monitoring. This promises to be a super fun day. www.alzheimersassociationnca.volunteerlocal.com.

· Project Mend a House has several things coming up: October 8 & 15 are Community service days for a neighbor in need. There is something for everyone who wants to assist! Contact Mr. Abshire at 571-222-5339. There will be free group fitness classes aimed at fall prevention for seniors three times per week for 10 weeks starting September 26th on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 1:00 to 2:00pm at the Woodbridge Senior Center on Church Hill Dr. – an informational workshop will be held at the same location September 19th at 1:00. Please visit www.pmah.org to catch up on many additional activities!

· Habitat for Humanity needs volunteers in their ReStore during the week and also volunteers to bring lunch to the construction sites Thursday-Saturdays. A sandwich, chips, and a drink go a long way to help home ownership to a deserving family. Please check out their website to sign up for your volunteer shift at:habitatpwc.org

· Catholic Charities has an urgent need for volunteers to teach English classes in Manassas and Fairfax on Saturdays. No foreign language skills or teaching experience needed. Training will be provided. Please call (571) 208-1572 ext. 103 to learn more- you’ll be so glad you did.

· The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards Program recognizes outstanding young people in grades 5-12 for their great volunteer service to the community. Teens will be judged by their initiative, effort, impact and personal growth. Nominations due by November 8th at their website: spirit.prudential.com.

· Last call for our volunteer management training series! This comprehensive 5 part program will give you all the skills needed to manage your volunteers. The series begins Wednesday, September 14th from 9am-12noon. Topics include Understanding volunteers, recruiting and matching skills, orienting and training, supervision and evaluating for improving results. Please register online for this free program at: volunteerprincewilliam.org/events.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

The Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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Pretend survivors and victims of an airplane, school bus crashes needed

Good morning Prince William – Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 29th to volunteer with the Boy Scouts for a super fun event at Camp William B. Snyder in Haymarket.

Volunteers will be asked to pretend they are survivors and victims of an airplane crash and a school bus crash so the scouts can practice their first aid skills. This is the ultimate get dirty, act out and even sacrifice your old clothes if you let the kids cut your pants or shirts to expose the pretend injury.

Don’t worry- these kids are well trained! And you’ll be part of a huge volunteer effort. The weather promises to be nice to afford the kids the opportunity for additional skill building. Please register for this event at: volunteerprincewilliam.org, click volunteer and look under Boy Scouts of America. Teen volunteers need be age 15+, 14 or less must be accompanied by an adult and must turn 12 yrs. old by October 1st. You don’t want to miss this!

· Historic Manassas needs volunteers for the Bands, Brews, and BBQ festival on September 10th. From 2pm-6pm. Tasks include beer pourer, ID check and ticket takers. Also they are gearing up for the Fall Jubilee event on Saturday October 1st. Two super fun events for volunteers. Contact Erin at: erin@historicmanassasinc.org. For more info.

· Habitat for Humanity needs volunteers in their ReStore during the week and also volunteers to bring lunch to the construction sites Thursday-Saturdays. A sandwich, chips and a drink go a long way to help home ownership to a deserving family. Please check out their website to sign up for your volunteer shift at:habitatpwc.org

· Walk to end Alzheimer’s is coming up on October 15 in Manassas at the Harris Pavilion – visit their web site for details on walking and volunteering! Volunteers are especially needed for event set-up, advocacy, finish line brigade and route monitoring. This promises to be a super fun day. www.alzheimersassociationnca.volunteerlocal.com.

· Catholic Charities has an urgent need for volunteers to teach English classes in Manassas and Fairfax on Saturdays. No foreign language skills or teaching experience needed. Training will be provided. Please call (571) 208-1572 ext. 103 to learn more- you’ll be so glad you did.

· The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards Program recognizes outstanding young people in grades 5-12 for their great volunteer service to the community. Teens will be judged by their initiative, effort, impact and personal growth. Nominations due by November 8th at their website: spirit.prudential.com.

· The Out of Darkness Walk to support suicide prevention needs walkers on Sunday September 18th at the Harris Pavilion. Check-in is 11am and the walk begins at 12:30pm. Please register to walk or support one of the many walkers already registered at: afsp.org.

· Mark your calendars for the Independence Empowerment Center’s Annual meeting and recognition event on Wednesday September 28th at Foster’s Grille in Manassas from 4-6pm. Come learn about all the accomplishments of the past year and the vision for the future.

· Last call for our volunteer management training series! This comprehensive 5 part program will give you all the skills needed to manage your volunteers. The series begins Wednesday September 14th from 9am-12noon. Topics include Understanding volunteers, recruiting and matching skills, orienting and training, supervision and evaluating for improving results. Please register online for this free program at: volunteerprincewilliam.org/events.

 

· IWALK for ACTS is Saturday October 1st at Potomac Town Center at 9am. Pull together your family, friends, colleagues and people you’d like to know and come out to support families in need. Registration is $20/individual, $15/team members or $50/family. Please register at:iwalkforacts.com

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

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Volunteers needed for National Public Lands Day at Leesylvania State Park

Good morning Prince William – The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards Program recognizes outstanding young people in grades 5-12 for their great volunteer service to the community. Teens will be judged by their initiative, effort, impact and personal growth. Nominations due by November 8th at their website: spirit.prudential.com.

· The Out of Darkness Walk to support suicide prevention needs walkers on Sunday September 18th at the Harris Pavilion. Check-in is 11am and the walk begins at 12:30pm. Please register to walk or support one of the many walkers already registered at: afsp.org.

· Mark your calendars for the Independence Empowerment Center’s Annual meeting and recognition event on Wednesday September 28th at Foster’s Grille in Manassas from 4-6pm. Come learn about all the accomplishments of the past year and the vision for the future.

· The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program –RSVP needs volunteers age 55+ to present a fun disaster preparedness program to 4th grade students throughout the community. The program will teach the kids critical life skills to keep them safe when they are home alone. It’s so easy and doesn’t take much time out of your day. Training provided! Benefits also include additional insurance, a mileage stipend, recognition events but most importantly teaching our kids life skills. Please email Jan at: jhawkins@volunteerprincewilliam.org to learn more.

· Catholic Charities has an urgent need for volunteers to teach English classes in Manassas, Woodbridge and Dale City. You only need to do one class a week. No foreign language skills or teaching experience needed. Training will be provided. Please call (571) 208-1572 ext. 103 to learn more- you’ll be so glad you did.

· We’re pleased to present the volunteer management training series again this fall. This comprehensive 5 part program will give you all the skills needed to manage your volunteers. The series begins Wednesday September 14th from 9am-12noon. Topics include Understanding volunteers, recruiting and matching skills, orienting and training, supervision and evaluating for improving results. Please register online for this free program at: volunteerprincewilliam.org/events.

· Saved Hands Foundation needs office space in the Woodbridge area as they offer their trainings to the homeless and other seeking employment. It’s a great way to help them give a hand up to those in need. Please call (703) 895-6681 for more info.

· BEACON Adult Literacy is looking for volunteers to teach English as well as technology facilitators. Morning classes are 9:30-11:30 and evening classes are 7-9pm. They will give you all the training needed to be successful. Please call Jen at (703) 368-7491 to learn more.

· Habitat for Humanity needs volunteers in their ReStore during the week and also volunteers to bring lunch to the construction sites Thursday-Saturdays. A sandwich, chips and a drink go a long way to help home ownership to a deserving family. Please check out their website to sign up for your volunteer shift at:habitatpwc.org

· Historic Manassas is gearing up for the Bands, Brews, and BBQ festival on September 10th. They need 60 people to poor beer from noon to 6pm. There will be two shifts for pourers and over 50 craft beers and siders for sampling! Also they are gearing up for the Fall Jubilee event on Saturday October 1st. Two super fun events for volunteers. Contact Erin at: erin@historicmanassasinc.org. for more info.

· National Public Lands Day is Saturday September 24th at Leesylvania State Park. Volunteers are needed to collect native tree seeds that will go to local nurseries that grow trees for reforesting efforts across the region. Wear your closed-toed shoes and all the tools, water and supplies will be provided. Check-in is 9:30-10am. Please register at:Eventbrite.com/e/get-nuts-for-public-lands-tickets-26876603645.

· IWALK for ACTS is Saturday October 1st at Potomac Town Center at 9am. Pull together your family, friends, colleagues and people you’d like to know and come out to support families in need. Registration is $20/individual, $15/team members or $50/family. Please register at:iwalkforacts.com

· House of Mercy’s 2016 Campaign to End Hunger is Saturday October 1st. Pledge just $20 and come assemble 40,000 meals of pinto beans and rice. Where else can you feed 10 people for each dollar you invest? Call (703) 659-1636 or visit: houseofmercyva.org to learn more.

· Walk to end Alzheimer’s is coming up on October 15 in Manassas at the Harris Pavilion – visit their web site for details on walking and volunteering! Volunteers are especially needed for event set-up, advocacy, finish line brigade and route monitoring. This promises to be a super fun day. www.alzheimersassociationnca.volunteerlocal.com.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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Volunteers age 55+ to present a fun disaster preparedness program

Call to Action 

Good morning Prince William – The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) needs volunteers age 55+ to present a fun disaster preparedness program to 4th-grade students throughout the community. The program will teach the kids critical life skills to keep them safe when they are home alone. It’s so easy and doesn’t take much time out of your day. Training provided! Benefits also include additional insurance, a mileage stipend, recognition events but most importantly teaching our kids life skills. Please email Jan at: jhawkins@volunteerprincewilliam.org to learn more. 

· Catholic Charities has an urgent need for volunteers to teach English classes in Manassas, Woodbridge and Dale City. You only need to do one class a week. No foreign language skills or teaching experience needed. Training will be provided. Please call (571) 208-1572 ext. 103 to learn more- you’ll be so glad you did.

· We’re pleased to present the volunteer management training series again this fall. This comprehensive 5 part program will give you all the skills needed to manage your volunteers. The series begins Wednesday September 14th from 9am-12noon. Topics include Understanding volunteers, recruiting and matching skills, orienting and training, supervision and evaluating for improving results. Please register online for this free program at: volunteerprincewilliam.org/events.

· Saved Hands Foundation needs office space in the Woodbridge area as they offer their trainings to the homeless and other seeking employment. It’s a great way to help them give a hand up to those in need. Please call (703) 895-6681 for more info.

· BEACON Adult Literacy is looking for volunteers to teach English as well as technology facilitators. Morning classes are 9:30-11:30 and evening classes are 7-9pm. They will give you all the training needed to be successful. Please call Jen at (703) 368-7491 to learn more.

· Habitat for Humanity needs volunteers in their ReStore during the week and also volunteers to bring lunch to the construction sites Thursday-Saturdays. A sandwich, chips and a drink go a long way to help home ownership to a deserving family. Please check out their website to sign up for your volunteer shift at:habitatpwc.org

· Historic Manassas is gearing up for the Bands, Brews, and BBQ festival on September 10th. They need 60 people to poor beer from noon to 6pm. There will be two shifts for pourers and over 50 craft beers and siders for sampling! Contact Erin at: erin@historicmanassasinc.org.

· National Public Lands Day is Saturday September 24th at Leesylvania State Park. Volunteers are needed to collect native tree seeds that will go to local nurseries that grow trees for reforesting efforts across the region. Wear your closed-toed shoes and all the tools, water and supplies will be provided. Check-in is 9:30-10am. Please register at:Eventbrite.com/e/get-nuts-for-public-lands-tickets-26876603645.

· IWALK for ACTS is Saturday October 1st at Potomac Town Center at 9am. Pull together your family, friends, colleagues and people you’d like to know and come out to support families in need. Registration is $20/individual, $15/team members or $50/family. Please register at:iwalkforacts.com

· House of Mercy’s 2016 Campaign to End Hunger is Saturday October 1st. Pledge just $20 and come assemble 40,000 meals of pinto beans and rice. Where else can you feed 10 people for each dollar you invest? Call (703) 659-1636 or visit: houseofmercyva.org to learn more.

· Walk to end Alzheimer’s is coming up on October 15 in Manassas at the Harris Pavilion – visit their web site for details on walking and volunteering! Volunteers are especially needed for event set-up, advocacy, finish line brigade and route monitoring. This promises to be a super fun day. www.alzheimersassociationnca.volunteerlocal.com.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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Learn the skills needed to manage your volunteers

 Good morning Prince William – You don’t want to miss the next free concert at Battlefield Garden Center this Friday August 19th, 6-10pm. This is a fun family friendly event with moon bounce and activities for the kids, live music by the No Pressure Band and local crafters. Food drinks available for sale that all benefit the Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift Program for needy kid’s right here in our community. Cheers to Battlefield Garden Center for their sponsorship of this wonderful summer concert series. The center is located at 4641 Sudley Road, Catharpin, Va- see you there!

· Catholic Charities has an urgent need for volunteers to teach English classes in Manassas, Woodbridge and Dale City. You only need to do one class a week. No foreign language skills or teaching experience needed. Training will be provided. Please call (571) 208-1572 ext. 103 to learn more- you’ll be so glad you did.

· We’re pleased to present the volunteer management training series again this fall. This comprehensive 5 part program will give you all the skills needed to manage your volunteers. The series begins Wednesday September 14th from 9am-12noon. Topics include Understanding volunteers, recruiting and matching skills, orienting and training, supervision and evaluating for improving results. Please register online for this free program at: volunteerprincewilliam.org/events.

· Saved Hands Foundation needs office space in the Woodbridge area as they offer their trainings to the homeless and other seeking employment. It’s a great way to help them give a hand up to those in need. Please call (703) 895-6681 for more info.

· BEACON Adult Literacy is looking for volunteers to teach English as well as technology facilitators. Morning classes are 9:30-11:30 and evening classes are 7-9pm. They will give you all the training needed to be successful. Please call Jen at (703) 368-7491 to learn more.

· Habitat for Humanity needs volunteers in their ReStore during the week and also volunteers to bring lunch to the construction sites Thursday-Saturdays. A sandwich, chips and a drink go a long way to help home ownership to a deserving family. Please check out their website to sign up for your volunteer shift at:habitatpwc.org

· The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program –RSVP needs volunteers age 55+ to present a fun disaster preparedness program to 4th grade students throughout the community. The program will teach the kids critical life skills to keep them safe when they are home alone. It’s so easy and doesn’t take much time out of your day. Training provided! Benefits also include additional insurance, a mileage stipend, recognition events but most importantly teaching our kids life skills. Please email Jan at: jhawkins@volunteerprincewilliam.org to learn more.

· Historic Manassas is gearing up for the Bands, Brews, and BBQ festival on September 10th. They need 60 people to poor beer from noon to 6pm. There will be two shifts for pourers and over 50 craft beers and siders for sampling! Contact Erin at: erin@historicmanassasinc.org.

· National Public Lands Day is Saturday September 24th at Leesylvania State Park. Volunteers are needed to collect native tree seeds that will go to local nurseries that grow trees for reforesting efforts across the region. Wear your closed-toed shoes and all the tools, water and supplies will be provided. Check-in is 9:30-10am. Please register at:Eventbrite.com/e/get-nuts-for-public-lands-tickets-26876603645.

· IWALK for ACTS is Saturday October 1st at Potomac Town Center at 9am. Pull together your family, friends, colleagues and people you’d like to know and come out to support families in need. Registration is $20/individual, $15/team members or $50/family. Please register at:iwalkforacts.com

· House of Mercy’s 2016 Campaign to End Hunger is Saturday October 1st. Pledge just $20 and come assemble 40,000 meals of pinto beans and rice. Where else can you feed 10 people for each dollar you invest? Call (703) 659-1636 or visit: houseofmercyva.org to learn more.

· Walk to end Alzheimer’s is coming up on October 15 in Manassas at the Harris Pavilion – visit their web site for details on walking and volunteering! Volunteers are especially needed for event set-up, advocacy, finish line brigade and route monitoring. This promises to be a super fun day. www.alzheimersassociationnca.volunteerlocal.com.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shell

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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Saved Hands Foundation needs school supplies for back to school program

Good morning Prince William – Mark your calendars for the next free concert at Battlefield Garden Center on Friday August 19th, 6-10pm. This is a fun family friendly event with moon bounce and activities for the kids, live music by the No Pressure Band and local crafters. Food drinks available for sale that all benefit the Un Trim A Tree Holiday Gift Program for needy kid’s right here in our community. Cheers to Battlefield Garden Center for their sponsorship of this wonderful summer concert series. The center is located at 4641 Sudley Road, Catharpin, Va- see you there!

· Saved Hands Foundation needs school supplies for their 3rd Annual Back to School program for needy kids. Please pick up a few extra notebooks, book bags, paper tablets, crayons, pens/pencils, ruler or school paper while you’re out and about and drop them off at the Prince William Free Clinic, 13900 Church Hill Drive Woodbridge on Saturday, August 27th from 9am-12 noon. Many thanks for your support.

· The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program –RSVP needs volunteers age 55+ to present a fun disaster preparedness program to 4th-grade students throughout the community. The program will teach the kids critical life skills to keep them safe when they are home alone. It’s so easy and doesn’t take much time out of your day. Training provided! Benefits also include additional insurance, a mileage stipend, recognition events but most importantly helping us with a growing community need as we try to branch out to help dialysis patients. Please email Jan at: jhawkins@volunteerprincewilliam.org to learn more.

· Attention landowners! Semper K9 Assistance Dogs lost their lease and is looking for a new home for both the caretakers and the dogs in training. This super organization just graduated 3 service dogs this week to veterans! Please email them at: info@semperk9.org.to learn more about their needs.

· The Prince William Health District is looking for volunteers to implement a brand new hypertension and diabetes initiative. You don’t need any prior health experience and training is provided. This opportunity has flexible hours and locations. Please email Lesha at: lesha.spencer-brown@vdh.virginia.gov for more info

· Cheers to all the athletes in Rio this month and huge cheers to the Special Olympics athletes! Volunteer coaches or helpers are needed for the fall sports programs starting soon. Please email Peggy at: areacoordinator@pwsova.org for all the specifics. Soccer begins August 21st, Running Club – September 3rd, Bocce – September 8th, Bowling – September 10th, Powerlifting- October 27th- or check out their calendar at: pwsocalendar.azurewebsites.net/client. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to work with this super group of people.

· StreetLight Ministries in Woodbridge offers a number of services to homebound seniors and other fragile clients. Volunteers are needed to provide transportation to doctor’s appointments, grocery shopping and other simple chores. Please email Rev. Powers rpowers@streetlightcom.org to learn the many ways you can help another in the greater Woodbridge community.

· Historic Manassas is gearing up for the Bands, Brews, and BBQ festival on September 10th. They need 60 people to poor beer from noon to 6pm. There will be two shifts for pourers and over 50 craft beers and siders for sampling! Contact Erin at: erin@historicmanassasinc.org.

· Mark your calendar for Saturday September 16th for the 19th Annual Evening under the Stars to benefit CASA’s advocacy for over 500 abused children. It’s the place to be with all your friends and for a great cause. Please visit their website at: casacis.org for more info and tickets.

· Walk to end Alzheimer’s is coming up on October 15 in Manassas at the Harris Pavilion – visit their web site for details on walking and volunteering! Volunteers are especially needed for event set-up, advocacy, finish line brigade and route monitoring. This promises to be a super fun day. www.alzheimersassociationnca.volunteerlocal.com.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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Don’t forget Tuesday August 2nd is National Night Out

· Good morning Prince William – Catholic Charities- Hogar Immigrant Services is urgently seeking teachers for the English classes in Manassas, Woodbridge and Dale City. These classes are held Monday-Thursday but volunteers are only asked to teach once a week. Training is provided and you do not need to know any other language. Please call Cynthia at (571) 208-1572 ext. 103 to learn more.

· Don’t forget Tuesday August 2nd is National Night Out in Manassas Park from 5-8pm at Signal Hill Park. Volunteer Prince William will be there to share all kinds of volunteer opportunities for you and your family. Great family fun, food, games, entertainment, cool law enforcement activities including K9 demos as well as fire fighters and EMS professionals.

· The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program –RSVP has an urgent need for volunteers age 55+ to drive veterans to their doctors’ appointments. It’s so easy and doesn’t take much time out of your day. Benefits also include additional insurance, a mileage stipend, recognition events but most importantly helping us with a growing community need as we try to branch out to help dialysis patients. Please email Jan at: jhawkins@volunteerprincewilliam.org to learn more.

· Prince William Area Free Clinic needs lots of volunteers for both administrative and medical duties. Eligibility volunteers are needed Monday and Tuesday afternoon and all day Thursday. Data entry volunteers are needed early evenings on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. There are also a number of medical volunteers needed including a Pharmacist or Pharmacy Resident on Tuesday afternoon or helping with medication pick-ups on Wednesday afternoon and Thursday mornings. The clinic continues to need RN’s and LPN’s as well as local partners to assist with Physical Therapy and Podiatry patients. Come be part of the awesome team. Please email Caitlin at: Caitlin.denney@pwafc.org for more info.

· Prince William County Office of Elections needs Election Officers for the upcoming 2016 Presidential Election On November 8th. This is a stipend service day. You need to report by 5am and work until to closing to assure voters a positive experience. You must be a registered voter and attend two training sessions. Please apply online at: pwcgov.org/workatpolls. Sounds like a fun day and receive $125 mad money just in time for your holiday shopping.
· Habitat for Humanity has lots of volunteer opportunities. Please visit the volunteer calendar for all the specifics at: www.habitatpwc.org. They especially need lunch donors to bring lunch to the other volunteers. It’s easy- just make some sandwiches, a bag of chips, few cookies and a drink to make their day.

· StreetLight Ministries in Woodbridge offers a number of services to homebound seniors and other fragile clients. Volunteers are needed to provide transportation to doctor’s appointments, grocery shopping and other simple chores. Please email Rev. Powers rpowers@streetlightcom.org to learn the many ways you can help another in the greater Woodbridge community.

· The PW Soil & Water Conservation District is looking for volunteers to help with the E.coli study of Quantico Creek. Veronica tells me it’s not rocket science but fun science just the same! Please email her at: waterquality@pwswcd.org to learn more.

· The PW Conservation Alliance is sprucing-up of the K9 Gunner Dog Park on: August 6th from 9:30am-12pm. The address is 13000 Minnieville Rd., Woodbridge 22192. Wear long pants, sturdy shoes, and a hat to keep off the sun!

· Historic Manassas is gearing up for the Bands, Brews, and BBQ festival on September 10th. They need 60 people to poor beer from noon to 6pm. There will be two shifts for pourers and over 50 craft beers and siders for sampling! Contact Erin at: erin@historicmanassasinc.org.

· Mark your calendar for Saturday September 16th for the 19th Annual Evening under the Stars to benefit CASA’s advocacy for over 500 abused children. It’s the place to be with all your friends and for a great cause. Please visit their website at: casacis.org for more info and tickets.

· Walk to end Alzheimer’s is coming up on October 15 in Manassas at the Harris Pavilion – visit their web site for details on walking and volunteering! Volunteers are especially needed for event set-up, advocacy, finish line brigade and route monitoring. This promises to be a super fun day. www.alzheimersassociationnca.volunteerlocal.com.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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Prince William County Office of Elections needs volunteers for Nov. 8 Presidential Election

·         Good morning Prince William – The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program –RSVP  has an urgent need for volunteers age 55+ to drive veterans to their doctors’ appointments. It’s so easy and doesn’t take much time out of your day.  Benefits also include additional insurance, a mileage stipend, recognition events but most importantly helping us with a growing community need as we try to branch out to help dialysis patients.   Please email Jan at: jhawkins@volunteerprincewilliam.org to learn more. 

·         Prince William Area Free Clinic needs lots of volunteers for both administrative and medical duties. Eligibility volunteers are needed Monday and Tuesday afternoon and all day Thursday.  Data entry volunteers are needed early evenings on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. There are also a number of medical volunteers needed including a Pharmacist or Pharmacy Resident on Tuesdayafternoon or helping with medication pick-ups on Wednesday afternoon and Thursday mornings.  The clinic continues to need RN’s and LPN’s as well as local partners to assist with Physical Therapy and Podiatry patients.  Come be part of the awesome team.  Please email Caitlin at:Caitlin.denney@pwafc.org for more info.

·         Prince William County Office of Elections needs Election Officers for the upcoming 2016 Presidential Election On November 8th.  This is a stipend service day. You need to report by 5am and work until to closing to assure voters a positive experience.  You must be a registered voter and attend two training sessions.  Please apply online at: pwcgov.org/workatpolls. Sounds like a fun day and receive $125 mad money just in time for your holiday shopping.

·         Catholic Charities- Hogar Immigrant Services is urgently seeking teachers for the English classes in Manassas, Woodbridge and Dale City.  These classes are held MondayThursday but volunteers are only asked to teach once a week.  Training is provided and you do not need to know any other language.  Please call Cynthia at (571) 208-1572 ext. 103 to learn more.

·         Habitat for Humanity has lots of volunteer opportunities. Please visit the volunteer calendar for all the specifics at: www.habitatpwc.org.  They especially need lunch donors to bring lunch to the other volunteers.  It’s easy- just make some sandwiches, a bag of chips, few cookies and a drink to make their day.

·         StreetLight Ministries in Woodbridge offers a number of services to homebound seniors and other fragile clients.  Volunteers are needed to provide transportation to doctor’s appointments, grocery shopping and other simple chores. Please email Rev. Powers rpowers@streetlightcom.org to learn the many ways you can help another in the greater Woodbridge community.

·         The PW Soil & Water Conservation District is looking for volunteers to help with the E.coli study of Quantico Creek. Veronica tells me it’s not rocket science but fun science just the same!  Please email her at: waterquality@pwswcd.org to learn more.

·         The PW Conservation Alliance is sprucing-up of the K9 Gunner Dog Park on:  August 6th from9:30am-12pm. The address is 13000 Minnieville Rd., Woodbridge 22192. Wear long pants, sturdy shoes, and a hat to keep off the sun!

·         Historic Manassas is gearing up for the Bands, Brews, and BBQ festival on September 10th. They need 60 people to poor beer from noon to 6pm. There will be two shifts for pourers and over 50 craft beers and siders for sampling! Contact Erin at: erin@historicmanassasinc.org.

·         Mark your calendar for Saturday September 16th for the 19th Annual Evening under the Stars to benefit CASA’s advocacy for over 500 abused children.  It’s the place to be with all your friends and for a great cause. Please visit their website at: casacis.org for more info and tickets.

·         Walk to end Alzheimer’s is coming up on October 15 in Manassas at the Harris Pavilion – visit their web site for details on walking and volunteering! Volunteers are especially needed for event set-up, advocacy, finish line brigade and route monitoring.  This promises to be a super fun day. www.alzheimersassociationnca.volunteerlocal.com.

·         If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William.  Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like.  Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3.  Please visit our newly re-vamped website atwww.volunteerprincewilliam.org.  Thanks so much for all you do in our community. 

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Soil & Water Conservation District seeks volunteers for E.coli study of Quantico Creek

A list of volunteer opportunities in our community

Good morning Prince William – Embrace Treatment Foster Care has an urgent need for new foster families. This is an opportunity to make a significant impact on a child with your loving home. Come hear how to make this huge difference in a child’s life at their next information session on Tuesday, July 26th at 6:30 pm at the Chinn Park Library. Tons of training and support given to all families. Please call Gretchen at (540) 613-5120 to learn more.

· The 9th Annual ADA Celebration is Saturday, July 23rd at the Harris Pavilion in Old Town Manassas. The event runs 10am-2pm with lots of fun, activities, food, and live music to celebrate!

· Chapel of His Glory provides legal, social services, financial management workshops and fun family gatherings to families in the Manassas community. Volunteers are needed on Saturday, July 23rd at 10 am with their Immigration Assistance Clinic. Come and join their team in Georgetown South Community! Please email Mr. Herbert at: treasuredglory@gmail.com for more info.

· Catholic Charities- Hogar Immigrant Services is urgently seeking teachers for the English classes in Manassas, Woodbridge, and Dale City. These classes are held Monday-Thursday, but volunteers are only asked to teach once a week. Training is provided, and you do not need to know any other language. Please call Cynthia at (571) 208-1572 ext. 103 to learn more.

· Habitat for Humanity has lots of volunteer opportunities. Please visit the volunteer calendar for all the specifics at: www.habitatpwc.org. They especially need lunch donors to bring lunch to the other volunteers. It’s easy- just make some sandwiches, a bag of chips, few cookies and a drink to make their day.

· Mark your calendar for Saturday, September 16th for the 19th Annual Evening under the Stars to benefit CASA’s advocacy for over 500 abused children. It’s the place to be with all your friends and for a great cause. Please visit their website at: casacis.org for more info and tickets.

· StreetLight Ministries in Woodbridge offers some services to homebound seniors and other fragile clients. Volunteers are needed to provide transportation to doctor’s appointments, grocery shopping, and other simple chores. Please email Rev. Powers rpowers@streetlightcom.org to learn the many ways you can help another in the greater Woodbridge community.

· The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program –RSVP welcomes Jan Hawkins as our new program director. She can be reached at: jhawkins@volunteerprincewilliam.org or rsvp@volunteerprincewilliam.org. She has lots of new and fun volunteer opportunities in the community. Cheers to senior power!

· The American Red Cross needs volunteers on Saturday, July 23rd from 8am-12noon for their Home Fire Preparedness Campaign. This event educates the community on fire safety and installs smoke alarms where needed. Registration is at 8 am, training at 8:30 am and out the door in teams in the Irongate community from 9am-12 noon. The event starts at the Tabernacle Baptist Church in Manassas. Please register online at: volunteerconnection.redcross.org/?nd=form_5867 or call Erwin at (571) 293-1771 to join the fun.

· The PW Soil & Water Conservation District is looking for volunteers to help with the E.coli study of Quantico Creek. Veronica tells me it’s not rocket science but fun science just the same! Please email her at: waterquality@pwswcd.org to learn more.

· The PW Conservation Alliance is sprucing-up of the K9 Gunner Dog Park on: August 6th from 9:30am-12pm. The address is 13000 Minnieville Rd., Woodbridge 22192. Wear long pants, sturdy shoes, and a hat to keep off the sun!

· Historic Manassas is gearing up for the Bands, Brews, and BBQ festival on September 10th. They need 60 people to poor beer from noon to 6 pm. There will be two shifts for pourers and over 50 craft beers and ciders for sampling! Contact Erin at: erin@historicmanassasinc.org.

· Walk to end Alzheimer’s is coming up on October 15 in Manassas at the Harris Pavilion – visit their website for details on walking and volunteering! www.alzheimersassociationnca.volunteerlocal.com.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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Homebound seniors need transportation to doctors appointments

· Good morning Prince William – StreetLight Ministries in Woodbridge offers a number of services to homebound seniors and other fragile clients. Volunteers are needed to provide transportation to doctor’s appointments, grocery shopping and other simple chores. Please email Rev. Powers rpowers@streetlightcom.org to learn the many ways you can help another in the greater Woodbridge community.

· The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program –RSVP welcomes Jan Hawkins as our new program director. She can be reached at: jhawkins@volunteerprincewilliam.org or rsvp@volunteerprincewilliam.org. She has lots of new and fun volunteer opportunities in the community. Cheers to senior power!

· Embrace Treatment Foster Care has an urgent need for new foster families. This is an opportunity to make a significant impact on a child with your loving home. Training and support given to all families. Please call Gretchen at (540) 613-5120 to learn more.

· The American Red Cross needs volunteers on Saturday July 23rd from 8am-12noon for their Home Fire Preparedness Campaign. This event educates the community on fire safety and installs smoke alarms where needed. Registration is at 8am, training at 8:30am and out the door in teams in the Irongate community from 9am-12 noon. The event starts at the Tabernacle Baptist Church in Manassas. Please register online at: volunteerconnection.redcross.org/?nd=form_5867 or call Erwin at (571) 293-1771 to join the fun.

· The PW Soil & Water Conservation District is looking for volunteers to help with the E.coli study of Quantico Creek. Veronica tells me it’s not rocket science but fun science just the same! Please email her at: waterquality@pwswcd.org to learn more.

· The PW Conservation Alliance will also conduct a spruce-up of the K9 Gunner Dog Park on the following days: July 17 from 2pm-4pm; August 6th from 9:30am-12pm. The address is 13000 Minnieville Rd., Woodbridge 22192. Wear long pants, sturdy shoes, and a hat to keep off the sun!

· Lake Ridge Fellowship House senior living needs a volunteer who speaks Korean to help interpret for one gentleman in particular but they also have several other residents with limited English skills. This gentleman needs help with a hearing test soon. Come share your special gift. Please call Kathleen at (703) 494-4455 for more info.

· Prince William Area Free Clinic needs 1-2 registered nurse volunteers to work a few mornings a month at their clinic. Specific duties include case management and running the clinic. Another fabulous opportunity to share your expertise with those most vulnerable. Please email Caitlin at: Caitlin.denney@pwafc.org for more info.

· Historic Manassas is gearing up for the Bands, Brews, and BBQ festival on September 10th. They need 60 people to poor beer from noon to 6pm. There will be two shifts for pourers and over 50 craft beers and siders for sampling! Contact Erin at: erin@historicmanassasinc.org.

· Chapel of His Glory provides legal, social services, financial management workshops and fun family gatherings to families in the Manassas community. They are looking for volunteers with legal skills, translators to a host of languages, admin support, events and children minders. Come join their team in Georgetown South Community! Please email Mr. Herbert at: treasuredglory@gmail.com for more info.

· Catholic Charities- Hogar Immigrant Services is urgently seeking teachers for the English classes in Manassas. These classes are held Monday-Thursday but volunteers are only asked to teach once a week. Training is provided and you do not need to know any other language. Please call Cynthia at (571) 208-1572 ext. 103 to learn more.

· Helping Neighbors Outreach Center in Dale City needs volunteers to help in the office on Thursdays from 9:30-3:30. Duties include answering the phone, mailings and other admin duties. Please call Pastor Edmonds at (703) 964-7725 for more info.

· The Community Health Network at the Manassas Park Community Center needs volunteers on Tuesdays from 8am-12noon. Duties include assisting patients with medical forms, assisting with tracking information on electronic software and other admin jobs. Great training is provided by the VA Dept. of Health. Please call Valda at (703) 792-6755 to learn more.

· Habitat for Humanity has started the new home makeover on Central Park Drive. Lots of volunteer opportunities on this home. Please visit the volunteer calendar for all the specifics at: www.habitatpwc.org for all the specifics. They especially need lunch donors to bring lunch to the other volunteers. It’s easy- just make some sandwiches, a bag of chips, few cookies and a drink to make their day.

· Walk to end Alzheimer’s is coming up on October 15 in Manassas at the Harris Pavilion – visit their web site for details on walking and volunteering! www.alzheimersassociationnca.volunteerlocal.com.

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Jan can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3. Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.

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Prince William Area Free Clinic needs 1-2 registered nurse volunteers

· Good morning Prince William – You hear it in the news almost every day, Identity Theft! Don’t become a victim; join Virginia Cooperative Extension (VCE) on Wednesday, July 13 from 7 to 9 pm at the Sudley North Government Center’s Jean McCoy Conference Room and learn how to protect yourself. Call 703-792-6287 or email SmartMoney@pwcgov.org to register.

· Mark your calendars for the next Community Forum on Wednesday July 6th – 7pm at the Old Manassas Courthouse titled: The Rural Crescent: Fact or Fiction? This event is sponsored by The PW Conservation Alliance. All are Welcome. You can call (703) 490-5200 for additional info.

· The PW Conservation Alliance will also conduct a spruce-up of the K9 Gunner Dog Park on the following days: July 9 from 10am-12pm; July 17 from 2pm-4pm; August 6th from 9:30am-12pm. The address is 13000 Minnieville Rd., Woodbridge 22192. Wear long pants, sturdy shoes, and a hat to keep off the sun!

· Independence Empowerment Center looks forward to its 9th ADA Celebration at the Harris Pavilion from 10am-2pm on July 23rd. Please plan to join them for live music, food, and children’s’ games. They will announce the winner of the 2016 design contest for this year’s t-shirt.

· Lake Ridge Fellowship House senior living needs a volunteer who speaks Korean to help interpret for one gentleman in particular but they also have several other residents with limited English skills. This gentleman needs help with a hearing test soon. Come share your special gift. Please call Kathleen at (703) 494-4455 for more info.

· Prince William Area Free Clinic needs 1-2 registered nurse volunteers to work a few mornings a month at their clinic. Specific duties include case management and running the clinic. Another fabulous opportunity to share your expertise with those most vulnerable. Please email Caitlin at: Caitlin.denney@pwafc.org for more info.

· Historic Manassas is gearing up for the Bands, Brews, and BBQ festival on September 10th. They need 60 people to poor beer from noon to 6pm. There will be two shifts for pourers and over 50 craft beers and siders for sampling! Contact Erin at: erin@historicmanassasinc.org.

· Chapel of His Glory provides legal, social services, financial management workshops and fun family gatherings to families in the Manassas community. They are looking for volunteers with legal skills, translators to a host of languages, admin support, events and children minders. Come join their team in Georgetown South Community! Please email Mr. Herbert at: treasuredglory@gmail.com for more info.

· Brain Injury Services is looking for a Frank Sinatra fan to visit with a wonderful young woman with a brain injury. She lives in Centreville and would like a visitor once or twice a month for six months. She has a keen interest in Frank Sinatra! Please call Michelle at (703) 451-8881 ext. 232 to learn more.

· Catholic Charities- Hogar Immigrant Services is urgently seeking teachers for the English classes in Manassas. These classes are held Monday-Thursday but volunteers are only asked to teach once a week. Training is provided and you do not need to know any other language. Please call Cynthia at (571) 208-1572 ext. 103 to learn more.

· Helping Neighbors Outreach Center in Dale City needs volunteers to help in the office on Thursdays from 9:30-3:30. Duties include answering the phone, mailings and other admin duties. Please call Pastor Edmonds at (703) 964-7725 for more info.

· The Community Health Network at the Manassas Park Community Center needs volunteers on Tuesdays from 8am-12noon. Duties include assisting patients with medical forms, assisting with tracking information on electronic software and other admin jobs. Great training is provided by the VA Dept. of Health. Please call Valda at (703) 792-6755 to learn more.

· Habitat for Humanity has started the new home makeover on Central Park Drive. Lots of volunteer opportunities on this home. Please visit the volunteer calendar for all the specifics at: www.habitatpwc.org for all the specifics. They especially need lunch donors to bring lunch to the other volunteers. It’s easy- just make some sandwiches, a bag of chips, few cookies and a drink to make their day.

· Walk to end Alzheimer’s is coming up on October 15 in Manassas at the Harris Pavilion – visit their web site for details on walking and volunteering! www.alzheimersassociationnca.volunteerlocal.com.

· The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program –RSVP has a new email address- it is: rsvp@volunteerprincewilliam.org

· If you are looking for other opportunities, please don’t forget to call my wonderful team at Volunteer Prince William. Mary can help you with the Retired and Senior Volunteer (RSVP) opportunities at (703) 369-5292 ext. 1, Shelley can help with any individual or group project and send you weekly updates if you’d like. Shelley is at (703) 369-5292 ext. 0, and Bonnie can help you with opportunities available in Disaster Preparedness at (703) 369-5292 ext. 3.

Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.volunteerprincewilliam.org. Thanks so much for all you do in our community.

Call to Action is a column written by Volunteer Prince William Director Mary Foley.
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