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WPM and the Community

HomeFirst Realty and Wilkinson PM and individual members of our team are actively participating in improving their communities.

Wilkinson PM believes in protecting our environment. Over the years, WPM has participated in the annual trash pickup of Little Hunting Creek as part of the Potomac River watershed cleanup. We recycle everything possible. Living his values, Patrick Fogarty bought an electric car and built an energy-efficient EarthCraft home.

Little Hunting Creek trash pick up


The Fisher House Program

Wilkinson PM is proud to help support our military families through the Fisher House Foundation. The Fisher House Foundation offers shelter and support on the grounds of every major military medical center. It recognizes the special sacrifices of our men and women in uniform, as well as the hardships of military service, by meeting a humanitarian need beyond that provided by the Department of Defense.

FisherHouse

Fisher House Foundation facilities provide a comforting "home away from home" while a loved one is receiving care in a military medical facility. A long-term stay in a military hospital, sometimes thousands of miles from home, can mean expensive additional lodging and food costs. In recognition of the special sacrifices of our military families, Fisher House Foundation, through donations, provides homes on the grounds of major military and VA medical centers. Each Fisher House Foundation offers a warm, compassionate environment where families find support and encouragement from others in similar circumstances.

By contributing to Fisher House Foundation, you too can make a difference in the lives of America's service members, veterans and their families when they need help the most.


Little League International

Wilkinson PM sponsors a Springfield Little League T-Ball team. Studies show that participating in team sports is an invaluable first step on the ladder to success in meeting education and career goals. Boys and girls learn to try hard and do their best working together for a championship or even for post-game snacks.

In 1959, President Dwight D. Eisenhower declared the week beginning the second Monday in June as National Little League Week. During this Week local leagues are encouraged to work toward the Good Sport Award which provides local leagues the opportunity to recognize a Little Leaguer who has demonstrated superior qualities of sportsmanship, leadership, a commitment to teamwork and a desire to excel. Most importantly, the criteria for selecting the recipient is in no way based on the child's playing ability or personal statistics. The award was established to amplify the importance of Little League Baseball and Softball as a leadership training program, utilizing sport as a vehicle for instilling valuable principles of teamwork, discipline, compassion and handling adversity. Players can then apply those lessons in school, jobs and their family lives.


Teresa Croce has been an honored Girl Scout leader throughout the years her daughters have been in school. Her girls have won multiple badges and the Gold and Silver awards for community service, in addition to selling millions of boxes of everyone’s favorite cookies.

Lee Wilkinson is a passionate and active member of the community. On July 1, 2013, Lee received a letter of appreciation from the Supreme Court of Virginia for serving on the Fifth District Committee, Section II of the Virginia State Bar. Lee served on the Attorney disciplinary proceedings Committee for six years and was acknowledged for his "invaluable service to the legal Profession". Lee felt privileged to have contributed two terms to the preservation of a cause that he is so passionate about and continues to devote his time and resources to the community in other ways.

Our team shares its strengths: Mike Fox volunteers as a chef at the Carpenter Shelter for homeless and endangered families in Alexandria. Sandra Wilkinson has been a computer assistant volunteer in Fairfax County libraries.


UCM

The HomeFirst Realty/Wilkinson PM family would like every child to have a home. We donate to UCM, an organization that helps hundreds of families each year. It is one of the largest providers of human services in Fairfax County.

UCM

Their mission is to build strong families and strong communities by providing:

  1. Critical basic needs services to individuals and families in poverty who are at risk of losing their homes. More than 40% of the people helped are children. Last year 1,400+ individuals in 500+ households received rental or utilities assistance to avoid eviction.
  2. A collaborative effort with Fairfax County Department of Family Services, Northern Virginia Family Service and Reston Interfaith, which offers county wide support services to homeless families.
  3. A transitional housing program. Upon completing 2 years of transitional housing, the families receive one year of aftercare. UCM is responsible for 18 units located in the south county area; there are a total 54 units countywide.
  4. Healthy Families Fairfax is a creative collaboration of three Northern Virginia non-profits providing long-term home visitation services for first time parents that focus on successful parenting and family support with an emphasis on preventing abuse and neglect. Participation is strictly voluntary and is at no cost for the participants.

Please join our effort with UCM helping our neighbors at: www.ucmagency.org



Wilkinson Property Management

& Home First Realty


Main Office
6271 Franconia Road
Alexandria, VA 22310
703-971-1800 Office
703-971-1803 Fax

Main Office Location


Stafford Office

300 Garrisonville Rd ste # 301
Stafford, VA 22554
540-318-8365 Office
888-318-8335 Fax

Stafford Office Location


Maryland Office

90 Holiday Dr #A
Solomons, MD 20688
410-231-2853 Office
410-231-2856 Fax

Maryland Office Location

 
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