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McLean Family Gives $10K to Support Adults with Development Disabilities

A Tysons-based program that supports adults with developmental disabilities recently received a $10,000 donation from a McLean family.

Langley Residential Support Services announced the donation yesterday, saying that it came from the Narang family through their Narang Foundation.

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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