Radio Station Information

WJEV 97.7 FM

City of License:
Dale City, VA

Owner:
Ministerio De Vida

WJEV is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 97.7 MHz. The station is licensed to Dale City, VA.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

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By: Claudia Mejia on January 14, 2016

Attention: PRESS RELEASE 1000 Helping Hands For The Homeless On Saturday October 15, 2016, the non-profit, Helping Neighbors-In-Need is hosting their 2nd annual fundraiser “1000 Helping Hands For The Homeless” at the VFW Post 1503 (14631 Minnieville Rd, Woodbridge, VA 22193). The event will start off with a silent auction, 50/50 raffle and heavy appetizers. Delegate Richard Anderson (51st District) will be the keynote speaker followed by the original play “Crying From The Street”. Event time is 6pm-9pm with door opening at 5:30pm. Tickets are still available. Helping Neighbors-In-Need is a service provider for the homeless of Prince William County. They are dedicated to ending the cycle of homelessness by approaching the problem in a new way. They are restoring dignity to those ready for change; those ready to be transformed. HNIN focuses on incremental outcomes while healing the mind, body and soul. It is about first meeting needs, then overcoming impediments to success. The goal for this event is to raise $10,000, monies that will go to assist ten individuals graduate into permanent housing. Unlike other homeless organizations in the county, HNIN does not offer street level services. Instead their focus is to address the ongoing chronic causes and needs of the homeless, making a difference one life at a time. In order to have a lasting success, getting individuals into stable housing is not enough; there needs to be a concentrated effort in identifying the individuals causes, together we need to address those things head on. Case Worker Nancy Stein indicated that success is evident when “they are in stable, sustainable and self-reliant housing. When they are ready to give back, ready to pay it forward, then we know.”
By: Helping Neighbor-In-Need on October 3, 2016

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