VTV Family Outreach Foundation

Invites You to Help Make America Safer!

Please support the work of the families of the 32 students and faculty who were killed by a gunman at Virginia Tech.

VTV’s Campaign 32 is strengthening our national background check system for gun purchases. We must get every prohibited name into the system, and we must have a comprehensive background check law.

VTV is creating a memorial tree grove at Chinquapin Park in Alexandria through a partnership with the City of Alexandria and designed by Virginia Tech’s Alexandria-based graduate landscape architecture program. This living tribute honors the victims and survivors.

VTV is exploring ways to assist those with long-term medical costs related to a mass shooting.

Please join us for our reception in Alexandria on Tuesday, October 23rd.

 

6:30pm – 8:30pm

The Home of Jack Taylor

3001 Edgehill Drive

Alexandria, VA 22302

Honorary Chairs

Norman Lodato | Sheriff Dana Lawhorne

Steering Committee Chairs

Laura Mandala | Gene Rossi

Steering Committee

Sean Casey | Tim Gleeson | Amy Jackson | Florence King | Carmen Lodato | David Lord | Linda Lawhorne | Bryan Porter | John Porter | Eileen Cassidy Rivera | Donnie Simpson Jr

Featured Speakers

 

Brian Moran

Secretary of Public Safety & Homeland Security

Joe Samaha

President of VTV Family Outreach Foundation

Suggested Contribution Levels

 

$5,000 Champion

Ten Tickets (10) to event
Speaking opportunity at the podium
Name and logo included in event announcements and advertisements
Name and logo on newsletter and website for one year

$1,000 Leader

Five (5) tickets to event
Name and logo included in event announcements and advertisements
Name and logo on newsletter and website for one year 

$500 Advocate

Four (4) tickets to event
Name and logo included in event announcements and advertisements 

$250 Host Committee

Two (2) tickets to event

$100 Friend

One (1) ticket to event

$32 VT Alum / Student

One (1) ticket to event

Donations are tax-deductable to the fullest extent of the law
In April 2018, VTV partnered with the City of Alexandria to create a memorial tree grove designed by Virginia Tech landscape architecture students.