LPD, Spanky’s Shenanigans Team Up to Help INMED/MotherNet Families

Continuing a nine-year tradition, Leesburg Police Department employees have donated money to help provide holiday meals to families involved in INMED/Mothernet Loudoun.

The nonprofit provides prenatal care and other support for mothers and children in families where child health, development and safety are at risk.

The department began donating to the holiday program in 2007 and since 2009 have partnered with Spanky’s Shenanigans owner Azmi Zarou to prepare the meals.

“This annual event is just another example of the tremendous work and personal commitment of our employees to the community in which we serve,” Chief Gregory Brown said. “They fully realize that giving back is paramount; whether it is the work they do to benefit MotherNet or other worthy causes. I am proud that we can continue with this worthwhile tradition and commend Mr. Zarou for his continued generosity and good will.”

 

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