Community Works

Page County Community Works

Mission Statement:

Community Works partners with local civic, church, school, and community groups to strengthen rural communities and restore trust and neighborliness across political differences.

Description of Initiative

Volunteers from Page County are joining with three other Virginia counties to build a new effort called Community Works. Many of us are also Page County Democrats who are committed to working with our neighbors, regardless of political party, to address concrete local needs. While politicians in Washington and Richmond are busy fighting partisan battles, our goal is to rebuild trust and find common ground. People in our community have a wide range of opinions, but that shouldn’t stop us from working side- by-side on non-political efforts, such as:

  • Organizing volunteers to help local pantries with food distribution to shut-ins;
  • Enlisting retirees to teach GED classes, or personal finance management;
  • Partnering with nonprofit groups to provide home maintenance and repair;
  • Engaging local artists to offer activities for children;
  • Sponsoring drives with local churches to collect and distribute baby care and essential household items;
  • Participating in on-going service and problem-solving efforts throughout the county.

Community Works advocating for the Shenandoah River at the Luray Town Council meeting- Council link:

Community works best, together.

For more information about Community Works, or to volunteer, please contact:

Sara Finn, Local Coordinator
Page County Community Works

Meredith Dean, Director
Community Works
Rural Urban Bridge Initiative

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P.O. BOX 401
Luray, VA, 22835
United States, Virginia