William Marsh, TD Bank vice-president and branch manager for the Dale City office presenst PMAH Executive Director Andrea Saccoccia a check

The TD Charitable Foundation Grants Committee has made it possible for Project Mend-A-House to help additional senior, disabled, veteran and low-income clients thanks to a $3,000 contribution to the organization’s There’s Nothing Like Being At Home project.


Donna Grisgby, TD Foundation community relations manager for the metropolitan Washington DC area said, “Project Mend-A-House plays a significant role in sustaining Prince William and Manassas as vibrant and thriving communities and we want to support their important work.”  William Marsh, TD Bank vice-president and branch manager for the Dale City office, said, “I am impressed with the work that Project Mend-A-House does for the low-income, especially the seniors and disabled.”


 Andrea Saccoccia, executive director of Project Mend-A-House, said, “We are so grateful to the TD Charitable Foundation. This is the third grant that the organization has received from the Foundation to assist our home repair program. These funds are crucial to meeting our clients’ needs.”   “Bill and his team have partnered with our organization on a number of occasions. Recently, after our volunteers completed an accessible bathroom addition for a teenager with muscular dystrophy, Bill and his associates provided a movie night basket to the family. The family was surprised and  was so appreciative of this random act of kindness.  Project Mend-A-House is proud to be associated with the compassionate employees of TD Bank,” said Saccoccia.