NVFS in the News


In the News 2015


26 – American Legion Collects Food for NeedyFredericksburg.com
21 – Success with a Little Help: Northern Virginia Family Service is changing families and changing futures – Connection Newspapers
19 – Healthy Families Celebrates 2015Alexandria News
15 – Mason Matters – Fairfax County Government
11 – TML-A Xerox Company Sponsors Prince William Chamber Toy Drive To Benefit SERVE – Prince William Living
7 – Stephanie Berkowitz of Northern Virginia Family Service on Telling Powerful StoriesThrough the Noise

30 – Loudoun County news briefs: Free enrollment assistance for Affordable Care Act – Washington Post
30 – Restaurant To Collect Coats for Kids at Christmas Parade – Manassas Patch
25 – NBC4 Community Paper Shred And Holiday Food Drive – Prince William Living
19 – Holidays Are About GivingConnection Newspapers
9 – Fairfax To End Veteran Homelessness – Connection Newspapers
7 – Pr. William food pantries struggle to meet needs for donations, volunteers – Washington Post

26 – HomeAid finishes 100th local projectPotomac Local
23 – Art show to solicit donations for food pantry, help starving artistsManassas Local
23 – A Manly Salon for Guys Just Opened in Reston Town CenterWashingtonian
20 – Public Invited to Joe Grooming Ribbon Cutting Ceremonypatch.com
17 – Regional summit to Focus on Non-ProfitsInsideNova.com
7 – Influx of Non-European Immigrants Defines America TodayNPR

28 – N. Va. Businesses Honored for Commitment to Family LifeInsideNova.com
24 – Coming Soon: Joe Grooming Men’s Salon and Store at Reston Town CenterRestonNow.com
18 – People on the Move: Chuck Szymanski, NVFS Chief Operating OfficerWashington Business Journal

27 – SERVE Helping Those in Need for 40 YearsPrince William Living

29 – National Night Out events coming Aug. 4Potomac Local
26 – Minnieland campaign delivers tons of food for charity – InsideNova.com
23 – Program for Survivors of Torture and Severe TraumaDC Charity
8 – Ayuda a hispanos de bajos recursos para construir su creditoTelemundo
1 – People on the Move: Stephanie BerkowitzWashington Business Journal

30 – Is housing in Prince William affordable?Potomac Local
23 – NVFS aids with homelessness, hunger and health access (Potomac Local)Street Stories
12 – The Back Page for June 12, 2015 – Washington Business Journal
11 – People & Places: 24-hour campaign nets $1.4M for region’s nonprofitsFairfax Times
8 – Adrienne Kay on Lending Circles – Delegate Ken Plum’s Virginia Report
5 – Changes coming to NVFS, Hilda Barg homelessness shelterManassas Local
5 – NVFS aids with hunger, homelessness and health accessManassas Local

1 – The Trailblazer and The Innovator: NVFS Celebrates the Past while Poised for the FutureFairfax Woman (page 16)

27 – Celebration salutes volunteerism across Fairfax Countyinsidenova.com
23 – Calling Future Foster Parents!patch.com
17 – Fairfax County businesses applaud above-and-beyond corporate citizensFairfax Times
15 – Groups make case for protecting key housing servicesFairfax Times
14 – Prince William leaders need to protect ‘Healthy Families’ (Guest Opinion)insidenova.com
7 – Arlington entrepreneurs receive NVFS grantsinsidenova.com
2 – Fairfax Federation celebrates outstanding volunteersFairfax Times
1 – Human services advocates make plea to restore fundsFairfax Times
1 – Column: Join the Fight against Child AbuseConnection Newspapers (Healthy Families)

31 – N.Va. Family Service taps new CEO from inside staff ranksLeesburg Today
30 – Escala Honors Big Plans at Small Business Competitionpatch.com
25 – The big 4-0Prince William Times
25 – NVFS Offers Help During ACA Special Enrollment PeriodCentreville Independent
17 – Governor McAuliffe Announces $226,000 in Building Entrepreneurial Economies FundingAlexandriaNews.org
16 – Investing in families strengthens our community (op ed)Fairfax Times
16 – SERVE to celebrate 40 years at dinner dance this FridayManassas Local
9 – Centreville Clock Tower Thrift Shop Now Offering Consignmentpatch.com
6 – Just a few lanes remain for the Strikes for SERVE Bowl-a-thonpatch.com
5 – Budget constraints likely to impact family services Fairfax Times
3 – SERVE Food Distribution Center Announces New Hourspatch.com

12 – Hispanic entrepreneurship program expandsPrince William Times
11 – NVFS Foster Care – Local Community InterviewiHeartRadio
6 – NVFS To Hold Community Engagement Fairpatch.com
2 – Hispanic Entrepreneurship Program Expands, Rebrandspatch.com

14 – Road to Independence Gala (Calendar Announcement)Washingtonian
Jan/Feb – A Great Agency Can Make All the DifferenceFostering Families Today Magazine