Download to read about the research and organizing that is part of the foundation for VOICE Prince William's foreclosure campaign. If you have questions, contact Frank McMillan at firstname.lastname@example.org. The publication is from May 2011. If you need the most recent statistics, contact a VOICE organizer. Read more about VOICE Briefing Sheet on the Foreclosure Crisis
Bank of America and JP Morgan Chase executives announced Sunday night that almost 1,000 Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park homeowners will qualify for help through the $26 billion National Mortgage Settlement. The announcement came during a packed rally organized by the interfaith group Virginians Organized for Interfaith Community Engagement (VOICE) at First Baptist Church in Manassas. Read more about 1,000 Residents To Get Mortgage Assistance
MANASSAS, Va. — Nearly 1,000 homeowners in Prince William County and the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park have been identified as eligible for assistance in the $25 billion National Mortgage Settlement announced this year, two banks reported Sunday at a community meeting.
Virginia’s top cop and Prince William County resident Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli II toured a foreclosure-wracked neighborhood Thursday in Manassas.
By William Greider. If the Justice Department wants to get serious about investigating financial fraud by Wall Street big boys, it ought to drop by the White House and interview Jeffrey Immelt, CEO of General Electric. Immelt is chair of President Obama’s jobs and competitive council, where he strategizes about how to revive American manufacturing. In some other places, only thirty miles from the White House, Immelt is known as the subprime foreclosure king. Read more about Predator GE: We Bring Bad Things to Life
In October, several Northern Virginia religious congregations gathered at Freedom High School in Woodbridge to discuss housing issues in Prince William County and demand action...Representatives from Bank of America and J.P. Morgan Chase promised support for the county in various ways. But there is another corporate player Prince William's religious leaders would like to join them at the table: General Electric. Leaders say, however, that they have been rebuffed by GE as they have looked for ways to work with the company. Read more about Religious leaders march on GE
Growing voice faith coalition gathers 900 citizens, announces next steps in campaign for accountability
Woodbridge, VA – On Sunday afternoon October 30th the Auditorium of Freedom High School had standing room only with over 900 citizens crammed in, pressing to hold big banks accountable to helping families struggling with the housing crisis in the Prince William area. Read more about News Release - Severe Foreclosures Bring Politicians, Bank of America & Jpmorgan Execs to Nova
On Tuesday, September 20, 2011 at 12 noon at the Prince William County, Virginia Courthouse in Manassas, 40 religious and community leaders from VOICE (Virginians Organized for Interfaith Community Engagement, an organization of more than 45 religious congregations and community groups in Northern Virginia) will release their report from mortgage "robo-signing" Prince William County, Manassas, and Manassas Park Read more about REPORT - Citizen Investigators Uncover Rampant Robo-Signing, Lack of Oversight in Prince William County, VA Forecloses, Demand Further Accountability
VOICE Organizes 200 Priests, Pastors, Church Members and Homeowners from Prince William Area.
GE, Bank of America Targeted for High Cost Lending & Low Modification Rates, Predatory Lending Read more about News Release - Nova Faith Leaders Launch Campaign For Mortgage Modifications & Multi-million Dollar Reinvestment Fund