Woodbridge, VA — November 14, 2019 — Throughout the past few years, What’s Up Prince William has highlighted area non-profits.
Project Mend-A-House (PMAH) recently recognized the news site for its efforts.
PMAH, an organization based out of Manassas, provides home repairs to seniors, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those in need.
The non-profit’s Board Chair MA Sargo presented an award for What’s Up Prince William’s continued support at the Woodbridge studio last week.
This year, the media outlet has covered PMAH through the following articles and videos:
- Project Mend-A-House names new Executive Director
- Manassas resident receives free heating and cooling system
- Luau Fundraiser to support Manassas non-profit
- Taste of the Town event to be held in Dale City
“One of our goals is to promote the wonderful ways that non-profits are serving the community,” What’s Up Prince William Editor Erin Flynn said. “We are honored that Project Mend-A-House has recognized us and look forward to continue working with them.”
What’s Up Prince William is funded by Steve’s Auto Repair & Tire and HomeTowne Auto Repair & Tire in Woodbridge, Virginia. The shop owners are very community oriented, assisting with various organizations, including the Boys & Girls Club, Salvation Army and Scouting.