Volunteer and Community Service

Greater Manassas Baseball League

Dr. McEachern stresses the importance of an active lifestyle to his patients. Any athletic activity is preferable to the pitfalls of imitating a couch potato. In the year 2000, he was approached by a league official looking for assistance in fielding a team of youngsters bent on playing the national pastime. Since then, Dr. McEachern has enjoyed sponsoring teams year after year and has been impressed by the development of the sportsmanship and teamwork that baseball demands from its participants. He likes the championship trophies that are sitting around the office too. To learn more about the Greater Manassas Baseball League, check out http://www.manassasbaseball.com.

Dr. McEachern Volunteering in Manassas Baseball

Leukemia Lymphoma Society

Dr. McEachern embraces the philosophy of volunteerism for charitable causes. In 1998, he was invited to join the Leukemia Lymphoma Society’s committee for the Bobby Mitchell Golf Classic. This annual event has raised millions of dollars to assist children and adults afflicted with these terrible blood-borne cancers. Dr. McEachern’s passionate commitment to this event garnished him a nomination for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society’s Man of the Year in 2000. The annual golf classic is supported by volunteer Hall of Fame athletes as well as generous corporations and individuals from around the Washington DC area. You can learn more about the Leukemia Lymphoma Society and the Bobby Mitchell Hall of Fame Classic at http://www.leukemia-lymphoma.org.

Dr. McEachern volunteering


The Sterling Foundation

A former resident of Sterling, Virginia, Dr. McEachern was proactive in helping to improve his community by serving with his neighbors in the Sterling Foundation. Through his direct contributions, and the generous donations of fellow citizens and sponsors, Sterling Boulevard has undergone a beautification process which boasts lovely tress and professional landscaping. You can learn more about these projects at http://www.sterlingfoundation.org. Dr. McEachern now resides in Haymarket, but he still enjoys viewing the results of his efforts when he attends services at St. Matthews Episcopal Church. You can check out the church where the McEacherns were married http://www.stmatthewssterling.org.


St. Andrew’s Society of Washington DC

Dr. McEachern is a member of one of America’s oldest Scottish-American organizations. The St. Andrews Society of Washington DC is a philanthropic organization which promotes Scottish heritage and provides educational scholarships to deserving students and academicians. He has served on its board of managers and also directed several Tartan Ball galas. You can visit the society at http://www.saintandrewsociety.com. The Society appears at several events around the region, including leading the Alexandria Christmas parade and the Virginia Scottish Games, held annually at the breathtaking Sky Meadows Park in Delaplane. The games are open to the public, and offer lots of traditional highland entertainment, including caber tossing! Visit http://www.vascottishgames.org for more details.

Bryan McEachern Volunteering
"The Arms of the St. Andrews Society of Washington DC"

Other Charitable and Volunteer Activities

Dr. McEachern has participated in many other activities on a volunteer basis. He worked closely with the Prince William County School system in task forces for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and asthma care. These efforts were designed to develop better communication and understanding between the teachers, doctors and the families that they serve with regard to these two medical challenges. Doctor McEachern has presented dynamic programs regarding ADHD to fellow physicians in our region for the purposes of continuing their medical education.

As a supporter the National Symphony Orchestra, he also served as a volunteer house doctor at Wolf Trap Center for the Performing Arts. Dr. McEachern strongly encourages families to visit this wonderful facility and enjoy all that it has to offer. Exposure to the arts in all their diversity is vital to raising well-rounded children. You can explore Wolf Trap online at http://www.wolftrap.org.