April 24, 2018
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Chamber's 19th Annual Volunteer Arlington Day paired businesses with hands-on service projects across County
ARLINGTON, Va. -  Two-hundred local volunteers from various Chamber member businesses and organizations lent a helping hand to area nonprofits as part of the 19th Annual Volunteer Arlington Day today. Produced each year by the Arlington Chamber of Commerce's Community Action Committeethis day of service provides an opportunity for nonprofits to develop relationships with Arlington businesses, as well as for businesses to enjoy an afternoon of team-building while giving back to the community.

"Volunteer Arlington Day is an excellent way for our members to connect with one another, while giving back to our community and helping to make Arlington a better place," said Chamber President & CEO Kate Bates. "We are proud to provide this day of service that brings together businesses and nonprofits, and we hope they will form valuable relationships that will continue to grow for years to come."

Volunteers assist with yard work at Culpepper Garden

T he participating nonprofits had a variety of tasks for volunteers. Some of these tasks included helping with yard work at Culpepper Garden and restocking and sorting food drive donations at the  Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC).
Volunteers included employees from a variety of industries and businesses in Arlington . Member groups who participated today include:

Admiral Security
Key Bridge Marriott
American Disposal Services
Kiwanis Club of Arlington
Arlington Community Federal Credit Union
M&T Bank
Arlington Strategy
National Capital Bank
Burdette Smith & Bish, LLC
Residence Inn Arlington Pentagon City
Searle Business Solutions, LLC
Clarendon Animal Care
Segue Technologies
Crystal City Marriott
Snell Properties
Dalton Digital
Social Restaurant Group
Enterprise Knowledge
The Sycamore School
Evermay Wealth Management
Tianlu Chinese Language and Culture
TTR Sotheby's International Realty
Hilton Garden Inn National Airport
United Bank
Homewood Suites by Hilton Arlington Rosslyn Key Bridge
Virginia Tech
Holiday Inn Rosslyn Key Bridge
Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh, P.C.
Hyatt Centric Arlington
Washington Fine Properties
Hyatt Regency Crystal City
Waterford, Inc.
Jay E. Reiner CPA, PLLC
YMCA, Arlington Branch

Arlington nonprofits were excited to have so many enthusiastic volunteers helping at their sites. The nonprofit organizations who participated were:

Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment
Doorways for Women
Arlington Food Assistance Center
Linden Resources
Ballston Gives
Phoenix Bikes
Bridges to Independence
St. Agnes Catholic Church
Capital Caring
VOAC Residential Program Center
Culpepper Garden

Volunteers from a variety of businesses and organizations contribute to Volunteer Arlington Day

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