One thing that differentiates VOICE from many other groups is that the majority of VOICE’s revenue comes from its members. This is important to us because it means VOICE is accountable to our members which is how we believe it should be. In 2021, approximately 70% of our money came from our member dues and our Friends of VOICE annual individual donor campaign. VOICE also receives support from a number of philanthropic and business entities.
Our work is not possible without the generosity of people like you, who want to create long-term change in your communities. When you give to VOICE, you help drive that change and make us stronger. Please consider a generous donation to VOICE today.
VOICE welcomes funding from funders who support our belief that people working together have the power to change their communities and their country for the better. In 2022, VOICE received funding from corporate donors, religious funders, and foundations including:
- Arlington Presbyterian Church
- Meyer Foundation
- National Capital Presbytery
- Potomac Health Foundation
- Progressive Multiplier Fund
- Rock Spring United Church of Christ
- Southern Partners Fund
- Virginia Housing Development Authority
- Wells Fargo Foundation
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