We are sending positive thoughts and vibes as this hero continues his journey to recovery. A donation was made on behalf of M.E.G. to help he and and his family with any financial struggles they may have in the future. “On Saturday January 2nd, 2021 Loudoun County Sheriff’s Deputy Camron Gentry responded to a shoplifting […]
With the help of Gunny Gambale, over $2800 was raised to purchase toys for the Santa’s Ride. M.E.G. also contributed another $800. We had a blast shopping for the kiddos and thank all of you who supported this mission. And a special thank you goes out to our little elves that helped us pick out
Join us Sunday, November 15th from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. at The Farm Brewery at Broad Run for the 4th Annual Project FACT Fundraiser! In support of the Inova Ewing Forensic Assessment and Consultation Team (FACT), M.E.G. is hosting a donation drive to benefit child and adult victims of sexual and domestic violence. FACTS’s
A few months ago we hosted a fundraiser to be able to supply eight combat veterans with supplies for their new service dogs. Many thanks to all those that donated and supported this fundraiser! Congrats to all the graduates of This Able Veteran‘s Class of 2020. https://makingeverythinggood.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Operation-Service-Dog-SD-480p.mov
Grateful to help Old School Kitchen (OSK) with their amazing mission. Every dollar donated creates $10 worth of meals. OSK – “Our Mission is two-fold. Our project puts restaurant workers who were recently let go due to the COVID-19 crisis back to work. We produce mass quantities of prepared to-go meals -both frozen and refrigerated. We
On a warm and sunny afternoon on September 20, 2019, family, friends, teammates, and current members of the women’s soccer team gathered at George Mason Stadium to honor and remember former George Mason University soccer player and track and field team member Stephanie Hancock who tragically passed away on June 29th in a kayaking accident.
For the last 18 months, we have been working behind the scenes for numerous veterans and first responders providing transportation to treatment centers. We keep their anonymity because of the sensitiveness of these acts of support. Thank you for those that have supported these heroes in their times of need.