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Virginia group unexpectedly shares name with new Trump agency

President Donald Trump called for the creation of a new agency in his joint address to Congress Tuesday, one that assists victims of crimes committed by undocumented immigrants. Read more about Virginia group unexpectedly shares name with new Trump agency

Voice 2014 Annual Report

Check out our 2014 Annual Report which talks about our great work during the year and recognizes our generous donors. Read more about Voice 2014 Annual Report

Voter Respond to Doorknockers, not Free Beer

One exception to the North Arlington dominance came from the interfaith group VOICE (Virginians Organized for Interfaith Community Engagement), which has been at the forefront of the Arlington affordable housing debate. The nonprofit and nonpartisan group spread out Sunday through Tuesday to knock on doors and pass the word of the importance of the County Board election at bus stops in two low-turnout precincts. Read more about Voter Respond to Doorknockers, not Free Beer

Arlington: Working to Boost Voter Turnout

More than 40 volunteers in bright yellow shirts saying “Your Voice is Your Vote” flooded two particularly low-voting precincts on Sunday, Nov. 1 to encourage voters to turnout on Election Day. Read more about Arlington: Working to Boost Voter Turnout

Interfaith Organization Urges Arlington Residents to Get Out and Vote

A group of more than 40 people in yellow shirts has been knocking on the doors of homes in the Glebe and Arlington Mill voting districts the past few days in hopes of increasing voter turnout today. Read more about Interfaith Organization Urges Arlington Residents to Get Out and Vote

Interfaith Organization Urges Arlington Residents to Get Out and Vote

A group of more than 40 people in yellow shirts has been knocking on the doors of homes in the Glebe and Arlington Mill voting districts the past few days in hopes of increasing voter turnout today. Read more about Interfaith Organization Urges Arlington Residents to Get Out and Vote

Initiating New Senior Programming in McLean/Falls Church Fairfax Conty - 2012

With Temple Rodef Shalom leaders VOICE helped launch the AgingUp Seniors Organizing Campaign in the McLean--Falls Church area of Fairfax County seeking to improve programming and transportation for seniors who want to remain active and engaged. Read more about Initiating New Senior Programming in McLean/Falls Church Fairfax Conty - 2012

Summer 2012 Local Action Victories & Updates

We had four actions in the June 2012! Read about our June 3rd action in Prince William area around Subprime Lending & Foreclosure, our June 11th action in Rt 1/MT Vernon Fairfax County on Youth, our June 17th victory on access to dental care, and June 28th "Aging-Up" Campaign launch in McLean VA. Read more about Summer 2012 Local Action Victories & Updates

Senior Services Top Interfaith Group's Agenda

A group of McLean and Falls Church activists got most of what they wanted last week, at a meeting during which they pressed local officials to increase services for the area's growing senior population. Read more about Senior Services Top Interfaith Group's Agenda

Kaine Listens To VOICE

Congregation-based community organizing has made some fast, yet influential, friends for Virginians Organized for Interfaith Community Engagement. Last night, Virginia Governor Tim Kaine met with Virginia clergy and more than 1,000 VOICE members and discussed justice issues in the areas of housing, immigration and health care. The meeting was held at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria.

Kaine has met with VOICE representatives on multiple occasions since their first public meeting last fall. Read more about Kaine Listens To VOICE

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