Community Outreach

Our commitment to improving people's lives extends to helping non-profit and charitable organizations meet their mission goals and encouraging employee volunteerism. Each year, BRTRC commits thousands of dollars in financial support and in-kind donations to help make a difference in our local community and the nation. In addition, our officers and employees devote hours of personal time and talent to strengthening and enriching our community.

Paul's Presents

Since December 1998, BRTRC has sponsored an annual toy drive dubbed "Paul's Presents" in memory of Paul Adams, a BRTRC employee who died unexpectedly in the summer of 1998. Paul was a lifelong resident of Herndon, VA and a dedicated volunteer, coach, and mentor to children. BRTRC provides "seed money" to buy toys, and employee donations supplement the corporate donation. Employees can also bring new toys to BRTRC headquarters in Tysons, VA. Toys are delivered to the Herndon police station, and police volunteers distribute the toys to needy children in Herndon during the winter holiday season.

New Hope Housing

Since 1978, New Hope Housing has been providing a comprehensive, innovative array of services to homeless families and single adults. The program is the oldest and largest provider of shelter beds in northern Virginia. The organization's Out of Poverty program is a structured curriculum to bring about personal transformation by fostering the mental, emotional, and behavioral changes necessary to intervene in the poverty cycle and build a different future. For more information, visit http://newhopehousing.org.

Boy Scouts of America

Incorporated in 1910 and chartered by Congress in 1916, Boy Scouts of America (BSA) provides an educational program for boys and young adults to build character, train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develop personal fitness. The National Council of the BSA supports more than 300 local councils that provide quality youth programs, including Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, and Venturing. For more information, visit http://www.scouting.org/.