Prince William County has partnered with Action in the Community Through Service (ACTS), the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park and the Prince William County Community Foundation to establish the Community Feeding Taskforce. In conjunction with other community partners, they will provide long-term feeding operations to residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Born out of the desire to help those in need, Prince William County partnered with Action in the Community Through Service (ACTS), the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park and the Prince William County Community Foundation to establish the Community Feeding Taskforce — a scalable, flexible, long-term feeding operation put in place to make sure Prince William County residents who need food receive it during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The City of Manassas announced that Didlake Inc. is this year’s recipient of the Manassas Business of the Year Award. The award was presented on February 27, 2020 by the City of Manassas at the 10th Annual Business Awards Dinner, hosted by the Prince William County Chamber of Commerce to honor the best of the local business community.
Source Loudoun Now ‘Magic’ of School-Business Partnerships Celebrated When National Conference Center was approached more than a year ago about taking on young adults with disabilities as interns, General Manager Geoff Lawson described it as “one of those easy, 10-second decisions.” Now, nine recent Loudoun County graduates have become an integral part of the conference […]
Source Loudoun Now Internship Helps Young Adults with Disabilities Hone Job Skills Graduation can be a little nerve-wracking for any family. But for parents of special needs students, that last day the school bus picks up their child can feel like they’ve reached the edge of a cliff. “We kept thinking, gosh, this is going […]
From The Virginia Pilot Students celebrate graduation from Project SEARCH internship program During a graduation ceremony Tuesday, Alec Lozito said he was happy he was able to “climb the stairs to adulthood” with the help of the Project SEARCH internship program . “I’d like to thank you all for letting me be a part of […]
For the second year in a row, a DISA facility was recognized for excellence in energy conservation by the Naval Support Activity South Potomac (NSASP), which provides installation management services for more than 20 locations in the National Capital Region, including the Naval Support Facility (NSF) in Indian Head, Maryland. The agency’s Joint Interoperability Test […]
From SourceAmerica News Room SourceAmerica Member Didlake Opens Franchise with The UPS Store Vienna, VA – Today’s consumers are more savvy and socially conscious than ever before, with many preferring to patronize businesses that demonstrate a commitment to local or global causes. While nonprofit agencies have historically led the business community in mission-focused solutions, they’re […]
From Potomac Local The new UPS store in Woodbridge owned by Didlake is one of 6 like it in the U.S. Woodbridge, VA – Didlake Inc. will own and operate a new UPS Store at Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center. The store is the first for the non-profit that specializes in helping disabled residents find […]
From Prince William Living 25 Years After ADA: How Does Prince William Stack Up? Manassas, VA – Dr. Mary Lopez knows the challenges of living with a disability. Prior to being diagnosed in the 1970s with multiple sclerosis, she went to her physician when one entire leg went numb. Shockingly, the doctor dismissed this alarming […]