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City of Manassas honors volunteers

The City of Manassas honored 200+ volunteers and specially recognized eight volunteers for their extraordinary contributions to the community in 2021 during a volunteer reception and dinner last month.

National Law Enforcement Museum needs Police Week volunteers May 11-15

Volunteers at the National Law Enforcement Museum are still needed during National Police Week 2022 which takes place Wednesday, May 11 through Sunday, May 15. Volunteer shifts are assigned within the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Nearly 4000 volunteers equal to 40 staffers aided PWC programs in 2021

Prince William Board of County Supervisors proclaimed April 17-23, 2022 as National Volunteer Week.

Volunteers age 30+ sought by UVA Health to test repurposed medications to fight COVID

UVA Health reports that it has joined a nationwide study evaluating two repurposed medications in the search for effective, safe treatments for mild-to-moderate COVID-19. Repurposed medications are already approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of other diseases or conditions.

Register now for Oct. 9 Fix-It Fair at Central Library

Fix-It events give community residents an opportunity to bring salvageable items such as jewelry, clothing, small furniture, appliances and bicycles for repair and subsequent reuse. The event also gives fixers the opportunity to share their skills and that helps encourage reuse and repair of serviceable items.

“Shiver in the River” has new look

It's no surprise that Keep Virginia Beautiful's largest annual fundraiser, Shiver in the River, will look different this year due to COVID.

Volunteers needed for 11th annual Occoquan River Cleanup this coming Saturday, Sept. 12

This Saturday, Sept. 12, is the date for the 11th Annual Occoquan River Cleanup sponsored by the Prince William Trails and Streams Coalition. The cleanup will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will range along the length of the Occoquan River from Cedar Run/Broad Run, through Lake Jackson, and from the base of the Lake Jackson Dam to Hooes Run and the Town of Occoquan.

U.S. Postal Service volunteer elves to help deliver Christmas to needy families

Whether you believe in Santa or not, this nondenominational program is intended to help as many deserving families as possible experience a happy holiday season

New nonprofit, Orange Ya Glad?, highlights positive endeavors of people in the community

Orange Ya Glad's goal is to "spread some positivity and be a bright spot in people's lives. We want to share stories of everyday people doing extraordinary things to help one another."

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