Commitment to Our Community

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Thank you to all who helped us collect over 400 pounds of food to be donated to Loudoun Hunger Relief for November 2020. Your generosity helped in the effort to distribute Thanksgiving meals to hundreds of our neighbors in Loudoun County.
We recognize the strength of our community is shaped by the efforts of our friends and neighbors.

We are proud to be committed to supporting many organizations throughout our area.


"No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another." –Charles Dickens



Through our volunteer activities, community support and outreach, we are helping to strengthen the communities in which we work and live. Areas of focus include:

Susan G. Komen Foundation   

Contributing to the fight against breast cancer



Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue   

Supporting the department that works to protect the lives and property of Ashburn and Loudoun County residents and visitors



American Nurses Foundation – Coronavirus Response Fund for Nurses    

Thanking the nurses who have served on the frontlines of the COVID-19  response

 

Project Healing Waters 

Helping disabled active duty and veterans find peace through the serenity of fly fishing



Baking Memories 4 Kids 

Helping to provide children with life threatening and/or terminal illnesses and their families with an expense paid vacation in Orlando, Florida



Johns Hopkins Pancreatic Cancer Research    

Helping to fund state-of-the-art treatment strategies, advanced therapies and clinical trials



American Diabetes Association 

Joining the fight against diabetes with donations.



Children’s National Hospital 

Helping to support patient care for infants in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Reston Hospital Center.



Loudoun Hunger Relief 

Helping to feed the hungry by providing emergency food assistance to those in need and promote self-sufficiency.

 

Project Horse 

Providing therapy services for individuals, families and groups. By developing connections with horses, and guided by an experienced team, individuals take away lessons they can apply to “life outside the paddock.”



Walk MS in Reston, VA 

Raising fund to change the world for people with Multiple Sclerosis.





"Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago."  -Warren Buffett