Ask McEnearney: Join us for Spring2ACTion

This week’s Q&A column, sponsored and written by McEnearney Associates Realtors®, the leading real estate firm in Alexandria, is a bit of a departure from our usual format. To learn more about this article and relevant Alexandria market news, contact us at 703-549-9292. You may also submit your questions to McEnearney Associates via email for response in future columns.

Produced by ACT for Alexandria, Spring2ACTion is an annual day of online giving that happens every April. Last year, the Alexandria community gave more than $2M to support causes that are important to us… but we can do more!

This year’s date was moved up because now, more than ever, the Alexandria nonprofit community needs our support. Because of the current crisis, organizations have had to cancel fundraising events and programs that generate revenue. Classrooms and theaters are dark, and programs are canceled in adherence to social distancing guidelines. Many nonprofits are depleting their reserves to purchase emergency food and supplies for their constituents.

Join us as we give to our favorite nonprofits through Spring2ACTion! To see a list of 160+ nonprofit organizations, and causes to support, visit spring2action.org/organizations.

Tips for Donating

Choose your favorite Alexandria non-profit! Don’t have one? McEnearney continues its support of SCAN for its efforts to stop child abuse and bring hope and community to Alexandria’s next generation. McEnearney will provide a $5K match for donations made to SCAN!

At checkout there will be a ‘business’ drop-down question — please select McEnearney Associates so we can recognize our donors!

If you would like a question answered in our weekly column or to set up an appointment with one of our Associates, please email: [email protected] or call 703-549-9292.

McEnearney Associates Realtors®, 109 S. Pitt Street, Alexandria, VA 22314. www.McEnearney.com Equal Housing Opportunity. #WeAreAlexandria

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