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Hughes is being honored for its 35 years in Montgomery County and its community involvement with local charities and civic organizations such as the Victims' Rights Foundation of Gaithersburg, the City of Gaithersburg Winter Lights, and the Damascus High School Choir.
and pro bono clients, the Baltimore/Washington CRM Association and the Victims' Rights Foundation.
A spokesman from the Montgomery County-based Victims' Rights Foundation, which is making a $5,000 contribution to sponsor five campers, will be present to address this aspect of the camp.
27 /PRNewswire/ -- GEICO announced today its partnership with the Victims' Rights Foundation and Inkjets for Charity to help raise funds to assist families of the Washington sniper attacks.
1) --(BUSINESS WIRE) The Victims' Rights Foundation (VRF), local volunteer-based organization, has established the Sniper Victims' Fund to support the victims of the sniper attacks and their families.
21 /PRNewswire/ -- GEICO will join with the Victims' Rights Foundation and Inkjets for Charity to raise the remaining $50,000 portion of the Foundation's $500,000 overall goal to assist families of the Washington sniper attacks.
1, 2002 Today, the Victims' Rights Foundation (VRF), a local, volunteer-based organization, reached out to the community in a plea for donations for its Sniper Victims' Fund.
announced today it has donated $70,000 to the Victims' Rights Foundation to benefit the victims and families affected by the October 2002 sniper attacks.