Britepaths' staff and Board of Directors are so grateful to Mel and Marge Youngwerth for 23 years of service to our organization and the families we serve.
Thank you for helping our kids! 2,500 students in need in Fairfax County Public Schools have the supplies they need to start school because of your support!
On the evening of Thursday, July 21, Our Daily Bread's Board and Staff gathered with supporters, public officials, community partners and a host of friends to unveil and celebrate our new name and brand: Britepaths!
On July 21, 2016, Fairfax-based non-profit Our Daily Bread officially changed its name to Britepaths. Executive Director Lisa Whetzel said, “We are so excited to make this momentous change....
FAIRFAX, VA (June 8, 2016) – Fairfax-based non-profit Britpaths (formerly Our Daily Bread) is honored to have received a grant in the amount of $30,000 from the Walmart Foundation’s State Giving Program.
Fairfax Woman Magazine featured an article on Britepaths' (formerly Our Daily Bread) Our Daily Veggies Program in its May-June 2016 issue
“'HERE MY WORK IS YELLING AT THE STONE INSIDE THAT REFUSES TO LEAVE MY SOUL AND BODY IN PEACE.' Those are 16-year-old Fairfax resident Ben Breaux’s words that accompanied his mixed-media painting 'The Kidney Stone' at the April 23 juried art contest and Our Daily Bread fundraiser 'Artful Living.' Breaux is non-verbal autistic, and for the last three years has created art to express his feelings outwardly...."
WUSA-9 Great Day Washington show host Chris Leary chats with Catherine Read from Britepaths (formerly Our Daily Bread) and artist Angelika Schafer about what services the organization provides, and their Artful Living Art Show on April 23, 2016 in Fairfax City.