Azalea Charities and Allegheny Records Destruction Join with Pittsburgh Contractors to Build an Accessible Bedroom for Veteran Quadriplegic

Dan Hika, after a devastating accident in 2012 that left him as a C5-C6 complete quadriplegic, gets back in the pool with his family.  Shown left to right are daughter Ashley Hika, Dan Hika, and son DJ Hika.
New Kensington, Pennsylvania – When Navy Veteran Dan Hika dove into his swimming pool in the summer of
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Azalea Charities Helps Holy Trinity Youth Honor Fallen Quantico Veterans through Wreaths Across America

Prince William, Virginia – Azalea Charities is helping a troop of American Heritage Girls and the Fredericksburg Civil Air Patrol (CAP) share the spirit of the holidays by raising funds to lay wreaths on graves of our fallen heroes at Quantico National Cemetery. They join hundreds of other organizations through the Wreaths Across America Program
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Winestyles of Montclair, VA hosts fundraiser for Marine Corps Marathon athlete running in memory of his friend

Join Giorgio’s Family Restaurant and Winestyles of Montclair, Virginia for a fundraiser on Thursday evening, October 19, 2017 at 6:00 PM
4394 Kevin Walker Drive
Montclair, VA, 22025
(703) 580-8500
Alan Denz is running the 2017 Marine Corps Marathon in honor of his good friend Charles “Otter” Sare.  Charles was a brave sailor who gave his life for our
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Azalea Charities Expands its Support to Boys & Girls Club of Fauquier County

In keeping with a long tradition of support for Boys & Girls Clubs in Northern Virginia, Azalea Charities has expanded its scope to include the Boys & Girls Club of Fauquier County. Tom Rachele, Chief Financial Officer of Azalea Charities, recently presented a $1500.00 check to Lynne Richman Bell, the Executive Director of the Boys
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Better Homes Key Advantage Realty Shares Their Success with Azalea Charities’ Corporate & Community Giving Plan

Better Homes Key Advantage Realty Team presents a check to Azalea Charities’ Corporate & Community Giving Plan – From left to right are Jennifer Spears, Real Estate agent; Ana Cruz, Real Estate agent; Kathy Grosskopf, Property Manager; David Luckenbaugh, Principal Broker/Owner; Frank E. Lasch, Sr., Chairman & Founder of Azalea Charities; Kelley Dailey, Marketing Director;
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Chenega Corporation Kicks off Azalea Charities Corporate & Community Giving Plan with a $75,477.77 Donation

Azalea Charities’ Corporate & Community Giving Plan is off to a great start with a donation of $75,477.77 from Chenega Corporation’s Military Intelligence and Operations Support Strategic Business Unit (MIOS).  This is a strong start for Azalea Charities’ efforts to reach a fundraising goal of $5 Million for 2017-2018. The money will be used to
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Azalea Charities Announces New Board Members and a Goal to Raise $5 Million

Azalea Charites welcomes new Board members.  From left are Douglas S. Taggart, President & CEO of Overlook Systems Technologies and Azalea Charities’ President & CEO; Lynn Kerr; Chase Primas-Hailey, Chase Communications; Crystal Zinn and Frank E. Lasch, Sr., Chairman & Founder of Azalea Charities.  Not pictured is new Board member Karl Loehle, Financial Advisor at
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Download “I’m Your Soldier” and Raise Funds for Azalea Charities

“I’m Your Soldier” is a song by Julian Russell. 
This song is about soldiers returning home with PTSD and the consequences and conflicts they face.
A percentage of sales are donated to Azalea Charities  Aid for Wounded Warriors.
Can be purchased on:  iTunes, Amazon music, google music and Spotify

Warrior Wellness Program Provides Yoga and Nutrition for Wounded Heroes and Their Families

The Peace of Mind & Body Yoga Studio’s Warrior Wellness Program is designed to provide a balanced, holistic approach that addresses the physical, mental, and nutritional needs of the Warrior and their family.  A Warrior Yoga component of the program assists with the physical and mental aspects, while the nutritional needs are addressed by a
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Shippensburg ROTC hosts charitable 5K-10K race to benefit Aid for Wounded Warriors

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