Written by: Tyler Blaser, Esq.
This past Saturday, VFN business counsel, Tyler Blaser, engaged in a day of service to benefit Carried to Full Term, a 501©(3) providing long-term housing to pregnant and homeless women, alongside his Leadership Prince William 2022 classmates. Carried to Full Term is a place of hope for women who find themselves in a crisis pregnancy situation. Their home is located in the heart of the Town of Haymarket, providing housing, counseling, social service contacts, and postpartum support in an independent living environment.
Over 75 volunteers participated in this year’s class project, beginning at 6 a.m. and lasting well into the afternoon. Inside the home, volunteers cleaned, painted, and decorated a community room, office, bathroom, and various bedrooms, while installing new curtains, rugs, lamps, and appliances. On the outside of the facility, community members built a gazebo, picnic table, and playhouse. We also weeded, mulched, and planted gardens. Multiple members of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors spoke at the event to recognize the hard work and spirit of our Prince William community.
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