Community Involvement

We believe strongly in community involvement both domestically and globally. In 2015, we gave our time, talent, and/or treasure to the following organizations:


The Strategic Water Alliance of Rotary District 7610 strives to provide underserved communities with clean and accessible drinking water. They work with Rotarians, government officials, and independent contractors to help communities around the world move from contaminated shallow-well water sources to deep well water that is free of contaminants and bacteria.

Congregation Adat Reyim is a community of friends, offering individuals and families from diverse backgrounds religious, social, and cultural activities and programs for both youth and adults. Its independent Progressive-Conservative congregation strives to honor Jewish values and traditions while reflecting the needs and concerns of modern society. The congregation shares a commitment to inclusion, participation, andTikkun Olam– repairing the world.

They are 1.2 million neighbors, friends, and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in local communities and around the world. Their differing occupations, cultures, and countries allow them to give a unique perspective. Each members shared passion for service helps them accomplish the remarkable. Through their network of resources and partners, Rotary help clubs focus their service efforts in promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, supporting education, and growing local economies.

St. John's Episcopal Church is a group of compassionate Christians who welcome all people. With God's help they offer healing; nurture hope; and provide hospitality, through the continuation of Christ's ministry of reconciliation. Church is located in Centreville, VA.

The Trinity Episcopal Church is an open, welcoming, searching, and spiritually pondering community located in Manassas, VA.

The VMI Foundation's mission is simple: raise, steward, and invest the funds entrusted to it for the sole purpose of advancing Virginia Military Institute. With this private money, the VMI Foundation supports constant improvement of academic and co-curricular programs.

You Assist is a nonprofit organization dedicated to alleviating the burden of poverty. Poverty can be defined many different ways, but they view it as the lack of (or limited access to) essential needs. These include food, water, clothing, shelter, healthcare, sanitation, and education. With the help of donations, You Assist funds projects that increase access to one or more essential needs.

ECHOworks is a non-profit organization that is committed to making a difference in the lives of men and women with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the community. Established to offer comprehensive, individualized employment, vocational training and community integration opportunities for persons with disabilities,ECHOworks provides services at its facility and on-site services for businesses in the Northern Virginia area.

The Society of Anglican Missionaries and Senders (SAMS) is a missionary sending community. SAMS engages in dynamic relationships with the church worldwide, experiencing the broken restored, the wounded healed, the hungry fed, and the lost found through the love and power of Jesus Christ.