ACTION IN COMMUNITY THROUGH SERVICE OF PRINCE WILLIAM
February 28, 2011
My family first moved to Prince William County in 1990, and after many overseas military assignments, we were eager to feel part of a real community. Volunteering for ACTS, through our church, was one way to become involved at a grassroots level. We have become regular donors to ACTS, because we have seen first hand the commitment and dedication of the staff, the real needs that are met through domestic violence programs, the food pantry, helpline, shelter, and other assistance programs, and the efficiency with which services are provided. We know that our donations are being put to work to assist our neighbors in need.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
seeing how well ACTS coordinates its work with local churches to serve persons in need of assistance.
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
ACTS needs a reliable funding stream to plan for the future and focus on doing what the organization does best--helping our county's needy citizens.
Donor & I have volunteered at the thrift store and helped collect food for the ACTS food pantry.