Britepaths needs the community's help to ensure that 800 local families in need have a joyous holiday! Can You Help?
Thanks to YOUR support, 2,500 local students in need are going back to school with everything they need to succeed!
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.
Britepaths is in the process of moving! We expect to be up and running in our new office space on October 2, 2018.
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.
Britepaths administers the FEC at South County in partnership with United Way of the National Capital Area and Fairfax County, with support from Citi Community Development.
Read our 2017 Annual Report to learn more about Britepaths' impact on our community.