A Tysons-based program that supports adults with developmental disabilities recently received a $10,000 donation from a McLean family.
Langley Residential offers six homes across Fairfax County that house 24 people, along with drop-in services for about 30 other people living in Northern Virginia.
“These are just the kind of community enhancement and life-changing activities our family wishes to support,” RJ Narang, who is a board member of the foundation, said in a press release.
Betsy Schatz, the executive director of Langley Residential, said that the donation comes at a time of need: “We’ve been so affected by the pandemic.”
Photo courtesy Langley Residential Support Services
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