We remember the 32 students and faculty killed, 24 injured, and many more traumatized on April 16, 2007.

Please support

VTV’s living memorial tree grove in Chinquapin Park in Alexandria, Virginia, designed by students from Virginia Tech’s landscape architecture program, honoring the victims and survivors of the tragedy.

VTV’s Campaign 32, www.campaign32.org, to strengthen and make more effective the nation’s background check system to prevent legally prohibited people from being able to purchase a gun.

VTV’s work to enhance safety on college campuses, provide compassionate, skill-based support in the aftermath of mass shootings, and assist survivors who need long-term trauma care.


VTV Family Outreach Foundation

Join us for a reception, a professional play reading of the award-wining play “Church & State” about gun violence and a post-reading Talk Back conversation about the play and the issue featuring former Rep. Jim Moran and playwright Jason Odell Williams at Metro Stage, 1201 N Royal Street.

The $32 contribution to attend the play reading includes a raffle ticket to win a gift certificate to buy a $2295 electric bike from Pedego Electric Bikes in Old Town.

Every ticket buyer automatically gets a free one hour electric bike ride. 100 seats available.

(Raffle tickets are also sold independently. A maximum of 320 raffle tickets will be sold. The winner does not have to be present at the play reading.)

$250 Host Committee

$100 Friend

$32 Ticket (Play Reading+Raffle)

$16 Student

To discuss larger individual donations, corporate sponsorships, or get more information, please contact Executive Director Paul Friedman at pfriedman@vtvfamilyfoundation.org.

Donations to VTV are tax deductible to the maximum extent of the law.

Thank you in advance!

VTV Family Outreach Foundation
P.O. Box 372
Alexandria, Virginia
EIN: 27-1093849