Builders Foundation Donates 7K to Homeless Charity
12th Annual Builders Foundation Charity Outing
The Builders Foundation headquartered http://www.buildersfoundation.org in Ashburn donated $7,000.00 to Good Shepherd Alliance (GSA) at their 12th Annual charity golf outing. The event took place on June 13 at the Virginia National Golf Club in Bluemont, Virginia. Set between the scenic Shenandoah River and the foothills of Blue Ridge Mountains, Virginia National is heralded as the only golf course in America with seven holes set upon the Shenandoah River providing over three miles of unobstructed river vistas, see http://www.virginianational.com Virgi.nia National’s layout was designed to highlight the exceptional natural characteristics that Mother Nature so richly provided.
GSA Executive Director Vickie Koth stated, “because of the support of The Builder’s Foundation in 2010, we were able to assist 29 families resolve transportation issues and provide 14 families with intensive case management services. We sincerely appreciate the dedication of The Builder’s Foundation in supporting needy people in the Loudoun community. The money received at the charity outing will be used to provide similar services in 2011.”
The Builders Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting children and families that may need special help. Their goal is to provide grants for special quality of life needs to include medical, educational, housing, or recreation.
The GSA is grateful for the strong support that our organization has received from the Loudoun business community. The staff and volunteers of GSA believe in the power of selfless service, providing the homeless with an unconditional love. This love includes commitment and compassion to service the sick, abused, hurt, unloved and powerless. Unconditional love that flows freely is the simplest and purest of all acts. To learn more about Good Shepherd Alliance homeless programs and services in Loudoun County, please contact Vickie Koth at 703-724-1555.
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