Woodbridge, VA — December 26, 2018 — What’s Up Prince William has donated more than $81,000 to area non-profits.
The news site provided advertising and media services to several organizations in Prince William County and Manassas — free of charge — in 2018.
The work included video production, written content, social media distribution, and paid Facebook promotion.
We are heavily involved with the following non-profits. There are many more not listed.
- Action in Community Through Service (ACTS)
- Americans in Wartime Museum
- Arc of Greater Prince William
- Boys & Girls Club of Greater Prince William/Manassas
- Dale City Civic Association (DCCA)
- Dale City Volunteer Fire Department (DCVFD)
- Freedom Museum
- Keep Prince William Beautiful (KPWB)
- Leadership Prince William (LPW)
- Literacy Volunteers of America — Prince William (LVA-PW)
- Lutheran Church of the Covenant (LCOC)
- Prince William Humane Society
- Project Mend-A-House (PMAH)
- Serve Our Willing Warriors (SOWW)
- Streetlight Community Outreach Ministries
- Woodbridge Rotary Club
What’s Up Prince William seeks to inform readers about community news, non-profits, businesses and events.
“Since What’s Up Prince William started three years ago, we have become a gateway for the public to see the good things non-profits do in the community,” Publisher ST Billingsley said.
The media outlet is funded by B&W Associates, which owns automotive repair shops in Prince William County. The automotive division is comprised of Steve’s Auto Repair & Tire and HomeTowne Auto Repair & Tire.