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Corporate Responsibility: SBD and John Marshall Bank
Solutions By Design II, LLC (SBD) in a partnership with John Marshall Bank, supported their annual charity event
VIRGINIA, October 12, 2016 - In partnership with John Marshall Bank, SBD recently had the opportunity to sponser the Oktoberfest Golf Tournament, the bank’s annual charity event. “While this may seem like all fun and games, there was certainly a targeted mission behind it: To benefit local charities in our community,” said Rod Volz, Vice President of Client Services at SBD. Much like SBD's yearly charitable selections, John Marshall Bank distributes the funds raised to multiple local and national charities.
Below are the 2016 charities that benefited from the event:
Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia (Habitat NOVA) brings our communities together to build decent, affordable housing - and provide hope - for people in need.
Boulder Crest Retreat for Military and Veteran Wellness is a rural sanctuary that provides free accommodations, recreational and therapeutic activities and programs to help our nation's military and veteran personnel and their families recover and reconnect during their long journey of healing from physical and invisible wounds of war.
Sprout Therapeutic Riding and Education Center is a mission-based non-profit organization providing equine assisted activities and therapies to individuals seeking opportunities for growth. Sprout Therapeutic Riding and Education Center seeks to raise public awareness about special needs and to provide dynamic learning, recreation, socialization and therapy opportunities for individuals and groups in a farm environment.
Loudoun Impact Fund is a giving circle of engaged Loudoun County donors managed in partnership by the Community Foundation for Northern Virginia and the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties.
The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research is dedicated to finding a cure for Parkinson's disease through an aggressively funded research agenda, and to ensuring the development of improved therapies for those living with Parkinson's today.
Culpepper Garden is an award-winning, affordable, nonprofit residential community in Arlington with 340 apartments for seniors aged 62 and older. It was the first low-income assisted living residence of its type in the United States, and it remains the only such facility in Arlington County.
A-SPAN provides life-sustaining services for Arlington's street homeless population. Their mission is to secure permanent housing for one of Arlington's most vulnerable populations through outreach and partnerships built on trust and respect.
The Arlington Community Foundation is the local home for individuals, foundations, businesses and organizations in Arlington to carry out their charitable giving. The Foundation's general funds - supported by contributions from community members - improve and strengthen the community in and around Arlington through grants made to local nonprofit organizations.
Doorways for Women and Families envisions a community where all people live free of violence and have safe and stable housing. That's why they work to transform the lives of women, men and children who are facing homelessness or suffering abuse in their community.
ABOUT SBD: SBD is a management consulting and technology services company serving clients domestically and abroad. For over 30 years, we have delivered technically innovative, reliable, and cost-effective solutions, services, and products to our federal customers. Using Agile processes and principles, SBD has helped transform government agencies to implement faster, more reliable quality systems and solutions to enable them to deliver their mission more effectively and efficiently.
Surian Sidoni, Marketing and Communications