March 23 – 29

Britepathsleadership team was featured in the March-April issue of Fairfax Woman Magazine. Additionally, The Fairfax Connection newspaper featured Britepaths’ celebration of its volunteers and supporters in its March 20 issue.

The Community Foundation of the New River Valley is gearing up to host its Annual GiveBigNRV giving day on April 24 according to Roanoke Times. Since the launch of the campaign in 2014, over $1 million has been raised for local nonprofits.

Good Shephard Alliance will hold its 17th Annual Golf Tournament to benefit homeless individuals and families. The tournament begins at 7:30am on Monday, May 6 at the Brambleton Golf Course in Ashburn, VA. Visit their website for registration and/or sponsorship.

DC Scores will host One Night One Goal––a VIP experience at Audi Field on Thursday, May 30 at 6:00pm. Mingle with D.C. United players, tour exclusive areas of the stadium, enjoy a live auction with one-of-a-kind items and experiences, and sample specialty cocktails and cuisine. All proceeds benefit DC Scores.

Safe Sisters Circle executive director, Alana Brown, and board vice president, Bria Culp, spoke on a WBGR Gospel Network Facebook Live show, The Anointed Women of Christ, regarding the intersection of Black women survivors, domestic violence and faith.

Smith Center for Healing and the Arts has posted its calendar of programs and retreats for April, May and June. The Smith Center will also host its 7th Annual Alchemical Vessels Exhibition and Benefit, The Transformative Power of the Written Word, April 11 – June 1, 2019. The Opening Reception is Friday, April 12 and the Benefit Event is Saturday, May 3.

Suited For Change, Washington, DC’s leading nonprofit for women in need of professional clothing, job-readiness programs and mentoring will host its annual gala, Suited To Celebrate! at the Arts Club of Washington, DC at 6:30pm on Thursday, May 16, 2019. Visit their website for tickets and/or sponsorship.

Thurgood Marshall Center Trust currently has multiple office spaces available for rent in its 5-level National Historic Landmark building located at 1816 12th Street, NW, Washington, DC. Visit its website for more details.

March 9 – 22

Bright Beginnings Executive Director, Marla Dean, discussed DC’s pre-K program and its impact on low-income children in WAMU 88.5.

Building Bridges Across the River‘s equitable development plan for Washington, DC’s Wards 7 and 8 was featured in the Nonprofit Quarterly.

A local woman is raising money for Calvary Women’s Services by hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, from the US-Mexico border to Canada according to WUSA9.

DC Vote commended the US House of Representatives for the passage of legislation calling for DC statehood according to Common Dreams.

National Humanities Alliance and American Historical Association discussed the importance of the National Endowment for the Arts and National Endowment for the Humanities with Inside Higher Ed.

National Low Income Housing Coalition president and CEO, Diane Yentel, discussed the organization’s national study on affordable rental housing in CityLab.

Washington Regional Alcohol Program provided nearly 700 individuals with a free safe-ride home during the St. Patrick’s Day festivities through their SoberRide initiative according to Inside NoVA.

March 2 – 8

Building Bridges Across the River and Capital Area Asset Builders launched a program designed to help low-income families in Washington, DC build a post-secondary education fund for their child according to Afro American.

Capital Area Asset Builders acting Executive Director, Joseph Leitmann-Santa Cruz, discussed the importance of the Earned Income Tax Credit for low-income families in WAMU 88.5.

DC Scores Executive Director, Bethany Henderson, and the organization’s remarkable success and impact in the community were the focus of an article in The Christian Science Monitor.

DC Vote Executive Director, Bo Shuff, commented on growing congressional support for DC Statehood according to U.S. News & World Report.

Food & Friends partnership with AmeriHealth Caritas was featured in Washington City Paper. The organizations are working together to deliver healthy meals to new and expectant mothers.

The Campagna Center President and CEO, Dr. Tammy Mann, will participate in a Women’s Leadership Forum panel hosted by the Alexandria Chamber Professional Women’s Network according to The Zebra.

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