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United Way gives $160K in PW grants

The United Way National Capital Area this week announced $160,000 in community impact grants for 15 Prince William nonprofits.

United Way gives $160K in PW grants

Courtesy Photo/ Hyon Smith United Way NCA Chief Operating Officer Kelly Brinkley, front left, and Prince William school superintendent Steve Walts, front right, display a check for nearly $160,000 in community impact grants for 15 Prince William nonprofits. Behind them are representatives of the county nonprofits that received the United Way grants: Action in Community Through Service, American Red Cross, Brain Injury Services, Center for the Arts of Greater Manassas/Prince William County, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Children’s Intervention Services of Prince William, Greater Prince William Community Health Center, Habitat for Humanity of Prince William, Just Neighbors, Literacy Volunteers of America – Prince William, Inc., National Capital Poison Center, Northern Virginia Family Service, Prince William Health Partnership, Project Mend-A-House, Inc., The ARC of Greater Prince William/INSIGHT, and Transitional Housing BARN, Inc.
The United Way National Capital Area this week announced $160,000 in community impact grants for 15 Prince William nonprofits.

The recipients are:
Action in Community Through Service, American Red Cross, Brain Injury Services, Center for the Arts of Greater Manassas/Prince William County, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Children’s Intervention Services of Prince William, Greater Prince William Community Health Center, Habitat for Humanity of Prince William, Just Neighbors, Literacy Volunteers of America – Prince William, Inc., National Capital Poison Center, Northern Virginia Family Service, Prince William Health Partnership, Project Mend-A-House, Inc., The ARC of Greater Prince William/INSIGHT, and Transitional Housing BARN, Inc.
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