We are so proud of an grateful to our 2016 Volunteer Fairfax Volunteer Service Award nominees, who were honored at the awards ceremony on April 21.
Naomi Project will hold its next training session for new mentors on March 4. Spanish-speaking volunteers especially needed to help new and expecting moms in NVA raise healthy babies.
Read Naomi Project's Fall 2016 Newsletter and learn more about their work to help at-risk pregnant or newly parenting women.
The Fairfax Connection featured an article on Britepaths' (formerly Our Daily Bread) October 2014 partnership with the Naomi Project of Northern Virginia in its February 6, 2015 issue.
The Naomi Project has always attracted extremely competent women who volunteer to keep the organization running smoothly, and we are sad to lose one in co-director Mary Rank (Spring ‘13), who is moving to Beijing with...
Naomi Project founder Peggy Ferguson, who retired in late 2014 after 19 years of dedication to the organization that remains dear to her heart, received a Lifetime Achievement Award recognizing her all-volunteer...
Britepaths (formerly Our Daily Bread) is proud to announce that Naomi Project Founder Peggy Ferguson was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for the 2015 Fairfax County Volunteer Service Awards. She was presented the award at a ceremony hosted by Volunteer Fairfax on Friday, April 24, 2015, in recognition of her founding of the Project and her 19 years of leadership of the Project in a completely volunteer capacity.
On January 22, 2015, Britepaths (formerly Our Daily Bread) held a celebration of its partnership with Naomi Project of Northern Virginia.
We are thrilled to announce that the Naomi Project became a program of Our Daily Bread, Inc., as of October 30. As a mentor program that matches high-risk pregnant women and new mothers with trained volunteers...