Britepaths and the Financial Empowerment Center at South County were honored to be part of United Way of the National Capital Area's Project Community Connect the week of October 18.
Thank you to all who helped us provide school supplies to 2,500 local students in need and are helping many students get connected for distance learning!
Our families receiving COVID-19 assistance are so grateful. Hear from them.
We had a great evening on September 12 with the Houk Robinson Duo at May Shallal and Scott Shannon's Party for a Cause to Benefit Britepaths.
Since July 2017, the Financial Empowerment Center at South County has been helping our neighbors build brighter financial futures.
Britepaths' Staff and Board of Directors stand together in shared pain, we strive together for a brighter tomorrow. For everyone.
Hearing that you’ve scored a job interview can be one of the most gratifying things in the world. However, this also means that you’ll have to face the big interview.
Life has changed for all of us since COVID-19 came to Fairfax County. Here are some stories about how our clients, volunteers and staff are faring.
Britepaths is grateful to all who helped us raise more than $100,000 to assist local families through COVID-19 -- and beyond.