We are so proud of Amshu, who worked for us for several weeks as part of his progress in Northern Virginia Family Service's Training Futures program.
It's always exciting to see young people get involved in our work to help struggling families in our community, and we are especially proud of a few who really took charge recently to make a difference for their neighbors.
On the evening of February 28, 2019, Britepaths was ALIVE with volunteers and supporters who joined us to celebrate their dedication to helping our neighbors.
We're so grateful to our Food Bridge Coordinators who help the volunteers at their organizations provide food and gift card deliveries to our Food Bridge families throughout the year.
Congratulations to our Healthcare Pre-Apprenticeship Training graduates! We celebrated with them on November 30, 2018.
Paul and Sinalak thanked us for the Financial Literacy support they are receiving by providing training to our volunteers at a recent Mentoring Roundtable.
We are missing our wonderful friend and dedicated volunteer Diane Jenkins, whose compassion for our struggling neighbors and determination to help them succeed touched so many lives.
All of us at Britepaths are saddened by the passing of our wonderful Financial Literacy volunteer Todd Snedden, and we offer our heartfelt condolences to his family. Todd began volunteering with us in January 2017, and served enthusiastically as a Financial Mentor, Instructor and Financial Counselor.
We are so proud of Samia and grateful to her Naomi Project mentor, who is helping her raise a happy, healthy baby girl! Could you be a Naomi Project Mentor? Next Training May 19.
Britepaths client Cathy was featured in a Feb. 18 Washington Post article examining the potential effects of proposed cuts in the President's FY2019 Budget Request on people who currently receive federal safety-net services.