Sterling Motorcars is proud to present Lift Me Up, Kamp Kappa and the Joyce and Thomas Moorehead Foundation with donations in support of their great efforts
Washington Football Legends Donate Toward Ty Williams Rehabilitation
“It’s gonna help me walk again,” Williams said, speaking to reporters after a ceremony at BMW of Sterling. In attendance was Thomas Moorehead, owner of BMW of Sterling and co-chair of the Joyce & Thomas Moorehead Foundation, a host of the Washington Football Legends’ annual scholarship gala. Also on hand were Redskins Personnel Executive Doug Williams, Super Bowl XXII MVP (no relation); Ty Williams’ parents; Georgetown football coach Rob Sgarlata and several Hoya teammates.
Bicycle Donation – Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office
For the fifth straight year, BMW of Sterling has donated three BMW Cruise style bicycles to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office.The bicycles will be utilized by the agency’s bicycle patrol unit. Currently, over 40 members of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office, including Patrol Deputies, School Resource Officers, and Community Resource Officers, are equipped with bicycles.BMW of Sterling has made a similar donation to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office each year since 2012.
Photo: Lt. Colonel Mark Poland, BMW General Manager Don Nichols, and Major Don Park.
The Joyce & Thomas Moorehead Foundation
Founded in 2004 by Joyce and Thomas Moorehead, (graduates of Bethune-Cookman University and Grambling State University), The Joyce and Thomas Moorehead Foundation (JTMF) has provided more than $500,000 in charitable assistance to students, working families, and non-profit organizations in Northern Virginia.
The JTMF has made education and the investment in student scholars the primary focus of its philanthropic giving. Through annual scholarship awards to high school students and emergency grants to college upperclassmen, the Foundation contributes greatly to the diversification and enrichment of today’s global workforce. The Foundation strongly believes their philanthropic service is more than a source of college funding, but an active program that includes networking, mentoring, and community service.
The Washington Football Legends Scholarship Gala
A nostalgic evening of tribute, food, and fun to honor football legends in our nation’s capital & provide scholarships for minority higher education assistance.
The Thomas and Joyce Hanks Moorehead Residential Life Center (RLC)
The new home to more than 600 B-CU students. The RLC is complete with state-of-the-art decor and amenities, including a fitness center, multi-purpose room, laundry facility and study rooms. The university is slated to open Phase II of the new residence halls this summer and will offer on-campus housing to 600 additional students. The construction of these new buildings has proven beneficial to the university and the community as well.