Thank You Alexandria for Astonishing Spring2ACTion 2012 Results!

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After adding on the almost $700 in cash donation made at Alexandria branches of Virginia Commerce Bank, our presenting sponsor, Spring2ACTion 2012 raised more than $320,000 for Alexandria nonprofits in just 24 hours! Spring2ACTion is the biggest Alexandria fundraising event ever thanks to you!

What your contributions mean for local nonprofits
  • Casa Chirilagua can now start an after-school middle school program for kids living in the Chirilagua area of Arlandria.
  • The Art League can build a new art facility to continue to provide affordable art education.
  • YMCA Alexandria can provide 21 more kids scholarships to summer camp.
  • Friends of Guest House can continue parenting classes for women coming out of incarceration to help them transition successfully back into community and family life.   
  • Senior Services of Alexandria is able to extend its Meals on Wheels Program to serve seniors on more Saturdays and Sundays.

 

And the winners are…

Most Donors sponsored by the Mason Hirst Foundation

 

Most Dollars

 

Individual Fundraiser Challenge sponsored by Downtown Baptist Church

 

ACTion Hero Prizes

 

Early Bird Prizes, sponsored by Neuhaus-Speck Family Foundation Fund

Afternoon Delight, Happy Hour and Late Night Prizes Power Hours sponsored by Give Back Alexandria

Most Donors


Most Dollars

 

Alexandria Trivia Prizes, sponsored by Christ Church

Most Donors


Most Dollars


Congratulations to all of the winners and their supporters. And congratulations to all of the Alexandria nonprofits that participated in Spring2ACTion 2012. Your dedication, enthusiasm, and support has turned Spring2ACTion into Alexandria's biggest fundraiser.

We'd like to thank presenting sponsor Virginia Commerce Nack for their support!

Thank you for being part of something amazing!  We can’t wait to see what happens in 2013. 

Comments

I am so glad to see that you are helping At Home In Alexandria.  So many of their members are loosing their friends,  if not daily,at least monthly, to death, disease, or departure from the area.  Loss of connectivity soon leads to isolation and illness, doesn't it?  Mary-Carroll Potter

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