As a way to show our appreciation to service personnel who risk their lives to keep our communities safe, we purchased and delivered lunch to several fire and police stations in Fairfax County. #TakeOutToGiveBack
NextMark CU participated in the National Credit Union Day of Service on June 7 by putting together over 100 snack packs to be delivered to Women Giving Back, a local organization that provides women in need with clothing and accessories. These women often have children who don’t have access to 3 meals a day. The snack packs help supplement their nutritional requirements.
Several NextMark staffers, family members, and friends volunteered at the National Wreath-Laying Ceremony at Culpeper Cemetery on Saturday, December 14, by placing Remembrance Wreaths on fallen heroes’ graves. The event takes place annually across the country at national and local cemeteries and helps honor and remember those who fought for our freedom.
Winter Coat Collection
Internal coat drives collect gently used coats for those less fortunate in the area during frigid months. Staff also volunteer at Hunter Mill District Coat Closet to help stock and distribute coats to those in need.
Holiday Food Drive
Members and NextMark staff donate non-perishable food items that are delivered to Food for Others, a local food pantry dedicated to feeding the hungry.
NextMarkers volunteer at the annual National Wreath-Laying Ceremony at Culpeper Cemetery. The event helps remember those around the holidays, who served our country and sacrificed their lives for our freedom.
LINK Supplying Emergency Food
NextMark volunteers pick up food from grocery stores and deliver them to local food pantries. Food is distributed to people in need in the cities across the northern Virginia region.
Shop with a Sheriff
Alongside Fairfax County Police Officers, NextMark staff help homeless children shop for school supplies for the upcoming school year.
Cherry Blossom 10-Miler
Staff participate both as runners and volunteers at the annual Credit Union Cherry Blossom race. Funds raised help treat millions of children at Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.