I would like to personally thank each and every one of you, our wonderful, committed and amazing volunteers, for the time, energy and commitment you give. We are so grateful to be able to work alongside such wonderful people, with such dedication and care for others. Your contribution means the world to us and the homeless you feed.
We would like to thank our volunteers who so generously give their time, energy and spirit and to our financial donors who enable us to effectively carry out our mission and provide food for the homeless. New faces dotted this year’s volunteer landscape but all were welcomed, mentored and made to feel at home by those of you who continue to volunteer year after year. Without your leadership we would be lost and without new blood we would not have the bright future that lays out ahead of us. Wishing you happy holidays with thanks for giving so cheerfully of your time, talent and treasures!
On January 10, our Dast2Dast team of directors delivered to the shelter a much needed supply of food. All this food (see list below) was possible because of the generous contributions of our supporters.
Thank you! Thank you! While we put a great dent in their shortage, they still need our support and help. If you are able to, please either bring canned goods to the shelter or donate online and the Directors will buy the supplies and deliver to the shelter.
‘Tis the Season
As many of us go into the holiday season, we start to open our hearts and wallets to those less fortunate. At Dast2Dast our entire volunteer base opens its hearts throughout the year by giving time, money, food, smiles and sometimes lending an ear or giving a hug. I feel truly blessed to …
From December to March, we assist Northern Virginia Family Service at Bailey’s Crossroads Community Shelter in their Hypothermia Prevention Program.
Each year we help them feed more than 100 homeless individuals during the Hypothermia Prevention Program since they need the help of the Community to assist with the people most vulnerable to the outside elements, our homeless populations here in Fairfax County….