The Cabin Branch Quilters donated a check to the Boys & Girls Clubs earlier this year.
Non-profits are our main focus. That’s normally what we say when talking to people about What’s Up Prince William (WUPW.news).
In late 2015, WUPW.news was founded and began talking about local organizations, which didn’t have a way to consistently share information without paying for advertising fees.
Over the years, we have fulfilled our goal of providing free coverage and event promotion for non-profits, despite the changes seen in the world and Prince William County. The objective was reached, once again, this year.
In 2021, WUPW.news performed more than $26,000 of in-kind media services to over 15 non-profits. As part of this work, we produced videos for the Prince William County/Manassas Boys & Girls Clubs’ Great Big Kid Event. Proceeds from the annual fundraiser support the clubs, which offer various youth programs.
WUPW.news also partnered with the Americans in Wartime Experience to help promote its Tank Farm Open House through articles, videos and advertising. The Americans in Wartime Experience is currently building landscapes of war in Dale City.
Other organizations we supported this year included Action in Community Through Service (ACTS), The Arc of Greater Prince William, The Salvation Army, and the Cold War Museum. Whether they are trying to get the word out about an upcoming event or looking for volunteers, WUPW.news is there to help.
As another year comes to an end, we look back in appreciation of the organizations that have worked with us this year. Our staff is eager to see what 2022 has in store and the work that will be accomplished. Any organizations that are in need of media coverage are encouraged to reach out by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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