At a moment in time when our local region and the wider world are experiencing so many unknowns, Britepaths has cancelled our April 23 Artful Living event so we can focus on providing assistance to our families. Please Help!
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“'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.
FAIRFAX, VA (April 6, 2016) – Fairfax-based non-profit Britepaths (formerly Our Daily Bread) invited the public to attend a special evening of art, wine and strengthening community in association with the Fairfax Spotlight on the Arts Festival on April 23, 2016 to benefit the families it serves in the Fairfax County area who are working toward financial self-sufficiency.
Ben Breaux said, "I chose to donate to the Our Daily Veggies Program because, when possible, I think it is important to focus on eating organic food and food directly from farms."
Britepaths (formerly Our Daily Bread) invoved the public to attend its May 1, 2015 Artful Living event in Fairfax City.