VTV February 2018 Fundraiser

When: Tuesday, February 6, 7-9 pm

Where: 1005 Russell Road, Alexandria, VA 22301

Featured Speaker
Bryan Porter
Commonwealth’s Attorney, City of Alexandria

Special Guest
Mayor Allison Silberberg

Please join us for a reception to celebrate the partnership between VTV and the City of Alexandria to plant 32 trees at Chinquapin Park, in a grove designed by Virginia Tech graduate students, in honor of the victims and the survivors of the Virginia Tech tragedy.

On April 16, 2007, a shooter took the lives of 32 innocent students and faculty, as well as injuring and traumatizing many more. VTV, a 501 c3 founded by the families of the victims and survivors, is committed to preventing more such tragedies and helping those impacted by them.

VTV’s non-partisan Campaign 32 is dedicated to getting every state to follow Virginia’s example and submit all prohibited names into the national background check system. Once a name is in the system, that person may not legally buy a gun. In 2018, we will be working to get every governor to do the kind of investigation currently being done by the federal government as a result of the Texas church shooting.

Suggested Contribution Levels

Sponsors ($500) Friends ($320) Hosts ($250)
Supporters ($100) Guests ($50)

Tribute Donation ($32)

Donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

For tickets, contact Paul Friedman at

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