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July 2022 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Many Families Unable to Afford School Supplies
Thu Jul 14 2022, Fairfax Connection
featuring Britepaths
 
Britepaths' Back to School drive to assist 2,500 Fairfax County Public Schools students in need was profiled.


June 2022 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


The Theatre Lab School of the Dramatic Arts celebrates Thirty Years of Arts Education Excellence
Thu Jun 16 2022, BroadwayWorld DC
featuring The Theatre Lab School of the Dramatic Arts
 
The Theatre Lab School of the Dramatic Arts has been and continues to be a driving force in arts education. With a staff comprised some...


March 2022 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Celebration of Art and Community in Fairfax
Thu Mar 24 2022, Fairfax Connection
featuring Britepaths
 
Britepaths is seeking art submissions (due 4/24/22) and community support for its May 19 Artful Living event and community fundraiser.


February 2022 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


We Hope People Help Us Feed Our Neighbors in Crisis
Wed Feb 9 2022, Fairfax Connection
featuring Britepaths
 
Neighbors in the City of Fairfax, Virginia held a fun "Souper Bowl" food drive to help stock Britepaths' pantry.


December 2021 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Consumer Connection Spotlight on FECSoCo
Mon Dec 20 2021, Fairfax County Consumer Connection
featuring Britepaths
 
Fairfax County’s Consumer Affairs Branch featured the Financial Empowerment Center at South County (FECSoCo) on its December 2021 episode.


November 2021 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Giving Tuesday: Britepaths
Tue Nov 30 2021, Fox 5 DC
featuring Britepaths
 
Britepaths' Shannon Bryant appeared on Fox 5 DC on Giving Tuesday 2021 to discuss our work in NVA and the value of supporting us.


Here's How to Give Back to the DMV on Giving Tuesday
Tue Nov 30 2021, WUSA9
featuring Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington
 
WUSA9 mentions the Catalogue as one way to give local this GivingTuesday.


20 DC Area Charities that Use Donations Well
Tue Nov 30 2021, Washingtonian
featuring Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington
 
Washingtonian highlights 20 local nonprofits you can support this giving season to make a difference, close to home.


Give It Up DC, 2021 Giving Guide
Tue Nov 30 2021, Washington City Paper
featuring Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington
 
City Paper's guide to giving for the holiday season featuring Catalogue partners.


Britepaths Needs Help to Provide Holiday Meals
Wed Nov 24 2021, Fairfax Connection
featuring Britepaths
 
The Fairfax Connection covered Britepaths' efforts to help local children and families in need during the holiday season.


News 4 Your Sunday: Giving Tuesday
Sun Nov 21 2021, NBC4
featuring Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington
 
Co-ED Matt Gayer is interviewed alongside a Catalogue partner about GivingTuesday and how to get involved locally.


Excellence in Chief Executive Leadership Award
Tue Nov 16 2021, Center for Nonprofit Advancement
featuring Britepaths
 
The Center for Nonprofit Advancement recognized Britepaths Exec. Director Lisa Whetzel with an Honorable Mention for its 2021 EXCEL Award.


October 2021 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Literacy Council Seeks New Volunteer Tutors
Sun Oct 31 2021, The Frederick News-Post
featuring Literacy Council of Frederick County
 
The Literacy Council is recruiting more volunteers to help support adult learners in its tutoring and class programs.


August 2021 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Twins Ace, Community Help Britepaths Raise Funds for School Supplies
Thu Aug 26 2021, Fairfax Connection
featuring Britepaths
 
Britepaths received an outpouring of community support to provide school supplies to 4,250 Fairfax County Public Schools students in need.


A New Generation of Farmers Putting Down Roots in Montgomery County
Mon Aug 16 2021, Bethesda Beat
featuring Montgomery Countryside Alliance
 
Profiles of participants in MCA's Land Link program, which “links” farmers to property owners in the county.


The Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington, Featured Support Group Agency of the Month
Sun Aug 1 2021, VisionAware
featuring Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington
 
POB operates the Low Vision Learning Center, where people can get information and see demonstrations of low vision devices and technologies.


July 2021 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


DC Native and Comedy Legend Dave Chappelle Returns Home to the District
Fri Jul 30 2021, Mayor's website
featuring The Ellington Fund
 
This weekend, Dave Chappelle, Duke Ellington graduate, returns to Washington, DC.


Graphisoft chooses Duke Ellington School of the Arts as its showcases building for Archicad 25
Thu Jul 22 2021, Graphic Speak
featuring The Ellington Fund
 
Graphisoft has chosen Duke Ellington School of Arts redesign by cox graae+spack to showcase the power of Archicad 25.


Maryland Humanities Awards Prince George's County Project $10,000
Thu Jul 15 2021, patch.com
featuring Joe's Movement Emporium
 
The non-profit organization granted nearly $100,000 to 10 organizations, including Joe's Movement Emporium's project: Freedom Story.


June 2021 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


‘In the Heights’ Star Corey Hawkins Used to Hang at Busboys and Poets Everything to know about the DC-born-and-raised star.
Mon Jun 14 2021, Washingtonian
featuring The Ellington Fund
 
Hawkins attended the Duke Ellington School of the Arts, whose many notable alums include comedian Dave Chappelle and singer Ari Lennox.


Domestic violence reports got "much more severe" during the pandemic
Thu Jun 10 2021, The Lily, A Product of The Washington Post
featuring Doorways
 
It took a few months for hotline calls to start increasing, but when they did, the reports were "much more severe" than usual.


May 2021 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


National Adoption Competency Mental Health Training Initiative - with Lisa & Edna
Sun May 2 2021, WGBB Radio Adoption and Foster Family Coalition of New York’s “After the Kids Move In”
featuring Center for Adoption Support and Education
 
Interview about the National Adoption Competency Mental Health Training Initiative with Specialists Lisa Maynard & Edna Davis Brown.


April 2021 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Shepherd's Center Volunteer Wins Education and Literacy Volunteer Award
Fri Apr 30 2021, Vienna/Oakton Connection
featuring Shepherd's Center of Northern Virginia
 
Mike Mulreany has impacted our community through his leadership of Adventures in Learning. Topics include world affairs, arts, entertainment


“Better for vendors, as well as for customers”: Washington DC’s Street Sense goes weekly
Wed Apr 14 2021, INSP website
featuring Street Sense Media
 
Despite uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic over past year, Street Sense Media is doing more than surviving: it's becoming weekly.


March 2021 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Joe’s Emporium, Other Businesses Holding Steady
Wed Mar 31 2021, The Washington Informer
featuring Joe's Movement Emporium
 
Joe’s Movement Emporium, a performing arts studio in Mount Rainier, has set “safety” as its main priority.


Spielberg donates Genesis Prize money to justice nonprofits
Thu Mar 25 2021, The Seattle Times
featuring Avodah
 
Steven Spielberg said Thursday that he will donate his $1 million Genesis Prize to 10 nonprofits, including Avodah.


Preserving Education amid COVID: The Vital Role of Community Partnerships
Wed Mar 10 2021, Nonprofit Quarterly
featuring Joe's Movement Emporium
 
What can be done? One strategy is to link with nonprofit partners. Joe's Movement Emporium responded to the call.


February 2021 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Nonprofits for Older Adults Merge to Form Shepherd's Center of Northern Virginia
Tue Feb 23 2021, Reston Now
featuring Shepherd's Center of Northern Virginia
 
The merger will improve their reach and efficiency and give clients more access to services.


How Northwest Neighbors Village adapted to keep helping neighbors through the pandemic
Tue Feb 23 2021, Forest Hills Connection
featuring Northwest Neighbors Village
 
Because many of our members are in vulnerable age or health brackets, we became a centralized source for the latest coronavirus information.


Get Up Give Back gives $1000 to Community Forklift
Mon Feb 22 2021, WUSA-9
featuring Community Forklift
 


'This is my new beginning': laptop donation helps dozens work toward a new job
Fri Feb 12 2021, WJLA TV, ABC 7 in Washington, DC
featuring Britepaths
 
Britepaths received 43 new laptops from ITServe Alliance's DMV Chapter, and our client Alicia was the first recipient.


The Arts X-Factor: Opening a New Door to Potential and Passion
Wed Feb 10 2021, Education Reimagined
featuring Capitol Hill Arts Workshop
 
CHAW's Executive Director, Amy Moore, reflects on the transformative power the arts can unleash in children.


"We Love You:" Thousands of Valentine's Day cards delivered to Inova hospital workers
Tue Feb 9 2021, WJLA local channel 7
featuring Volunteer Fairfax
 
Volunteer Fairfax delivered nearly 10,000 Valentine's Day cards made by local children and families to Inova hospital workers.


January 2021 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Literacy Council Honors Students at Celebration
Wed Jan 27 2021, The Frederick News-Post
featuring Literacy Council of Frederick County
 
The Literacy Council honored its adult learners at the organization's seventh annual Celebration of Achievements with a special tribute.


What it's like to learn online from inside a homeless shelter
Sat Jan 23 2021, The Washington Post
featuring Doorways
 
The advent of online learning means it is easier than ever for homeless children to slip through cracks in the educational system.


Literacy Council Receives Ambassador of Year Award
Wed Jan 20 2021, The Frederick News-Post
featuring Literacy Council of Frederick County
 
Visit Frederick presented its Ambassador of the Year Award to the Literacy Council for supporting workplace English classes.


Employers Make Working from Home, Work
Mon Jan 18 2021, InsideNOVA
featuring Britepaths
 
Britepaths ED Lisa Whetzel and other fellow Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce members discuss how their orgs are faring during COVID-19.


Holiday Meals Bring Cheer to Lonely Seniors
Wed Jan 6 2021, Vienna/Oakton/McLean Connection
featuring Shepherd's Center of Northern Virginia
 
During the difficult times of COVID-19, SCNOVA wanted to reach out to their often lonely and isolated senior clients with dinner deliveries.


December 2020 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Partner in Literacy Award to Plamondon Hospitality Partners
Thu Dec 31 2020, The Frederick News-Post
featuring Literacy Council of Frederick County
 
The Literacy Council awarded its annual Business & Industry Partner in Literacy Award for supporting workplace English classes.


Deciding Which Charity to Support Doesn't Have to Be Hard
Wed Dec 30 2020, Washington Post
featuring Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington
 
The Catalogue is featured in an article about how to find a local nonprofit to support during these challenging times.


Here Are 16 Nonprofits on Route 1 for Your End-of-Year Donations
Sun Dec 27 2020, Hyattsville Wire
featuring Community Forklift
 
Community Forklift was featured as one of the 16 nonprofits recommended for year end giving in 2020.


Making Your End of Year Gifts
Tue Dec 22 2020, News 4 Your Sunday: Catalogue for Philanthropy
featuring Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington
 
Our Co-Executive Director Matt Gayer is interviewed by NBC about local giving this holiday season and how to find grassroots groups.


How L’Arche is providing health (and spiritual) care to people with disabilities amid Covid-19
Fri Dec 18 2020, America Magazine
featuring L'Arche Greater Washington, D.C.
 
L'Arche GWDC is grappling with profound challenges during COVID but rising to the occasion by caring for one another.


This DC Stylist’s Backyard Hair Salon Is Booking Months in Advance
Tue Dec 15 2020, Washingtonian
featuring Community Forklift
 
During the pandemic, DC hair stylist Felipe Rettig built a backyard hair salon shed with materials from Community Forklift.


How to Choose the Right Charity to Support this Holiday Season?
Mon Dec 14 2020, WUSA9
featuring Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington
 
Matt Gayer, Co-Executive Director of the Catalogue, is interviewed about how to give local and make a difference, close to home this season.


Holiday Meals for Area Seniors
Wed Dec 9 2020, Vienna/Oakton/McLean Connection
featuring Shepherd's Center of Northern Virginia
 
During Thanksgiving week, the Shepherd’s Center was able to share Thanksgiving meals with local isolated senior clients.


Give Back This Holiday Season By Adopting A Child Or Family In Need
Wed Dec 9 2020, Northern Virginia Magazine
featuring Britepaths
 
Britepaths' Holiday Program was included in a roundup of the Magazine's holiday giving recommendations.


Looking to Give Back? #GivingTuesday is Dec. 1st
Tue Dec 1 2020, WTOP
featuring Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington
 
Co-ED Matt Gayer is featured in an article highlighting the myriad ways to give local this #GivingTuesday--and why you need to.


20 Worthy Local Donations that Would Put Your Donation to Good Use
Tue Dec 1 2020, Washingtonian
featuring Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington
 
Washingtonian highlights local nonprofits making a difference that you can get involved with today.


Charity in 2020 and How You Can Help
Tue Dec 1 2020, Tommy Show
featuring Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington
 
Tommy McFly of the Tommy Show interviews Co-ED Matt Gayer about GivingTuesday and how local nonprofits are faring during COVID.


November 2020 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


How A Network Of Homes For Adults With Disabilities Has Managed To Keep COVID At Bay
Mon Nov 30 2020, DCist
featuring L'Arche Greater Washington, D.C.
 
Since the pandemic began, L’Arche has kept all four of its homes COVID-19 infection-free and provided daytime programming.


Help Britepaths Bring Families Holiday Cheer
Sat Nov 28 2020, Fairfax Connection
featuring Britepaths
 
Britepaths' Holiday Program was featured in our local Fairfax County newspaper, urging neighbors to help families in need for the holidays.


Give it Up DC, 2020 Giving Guide
Wed Nov 25 2020, Washington City Paper
featuring Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington
 
City Paper chooses some of the most critical local nonprofits to support this giving season.


Give Local: Support Local Nonprofits Making a Difference in DC
Tue Nov 24 2020, Fray Magazine
featuring Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington
 
Co-ED Aaron Gonzales talks about local nonprofits and how you can support their vital work this holiday season.


Viewpoint: We can take steps to bring more light in these dark times for local businesses
Wed Nov 18 2020, Washington Business Journal
featuring Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington
 
Alex Orfinger of the Washington Business Journal includes the Catalogue as an option to help the community during this challenging time.


CHAW Virtual Artist Studio Residency Welcomes Mills Brown
Mon Nov 16 2020, East City Art
featuring Capitol Hill Arts Workshop
 
CHAW welcomes Mills Brown for its November Inside the Artist’s Studio. Mills is a visual artist working primarily with painting and collage.


October 2020 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Ensuring Workforce Diversity Includes Neurodiversity
Mon Oct 26 2020, Beacon College: A World of Difference
featuring BroadFutures
 
BroadFutures was featured on “A World of Difference,” a Beacon College-produced program geared towards families with children with LD/ADHD.


Law 360: “Remote Court Procedures Can Help Domestic Abuse Victims”
Sun Oct 18 2020, Law 360
featuring DC SAFE (Survivors and Advocates for Empowerment)
 


Families Are in Jeopardy of Losing their Homes
Fri Oct 16 2020, Fairfax Connection
featuring Britepaths
 
Britepaths' There's No Place Like Home Eviction Prevention campaign was featured.


Groups that were created to bring young Jews together are learning some lessons from keeping them apart
Sun Oct 4 2020, Washington Jewish Week
featuring Avodah
 
“We’re trying to develop leaders who can work in solidarity to affect long-term change and living communally teaches you how to do that.”


September 2020 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


“Are domestic violence survivors risking their lives when they register to vote?”
Tue Sep 29 2020, WUSA 9
featuring DC SAFE (Survivors and Advocates for Empowerment)
 


COVID-19: Is it Time for an ADHD Gap Year to Work on Life and Work Readiness?
Wed Sep 9 2020, Attention Talk Radio
featuring BroadFutures
 
ADHD coach Jeff Copper interviews Carolyn Jeppsen, Co-Founder of BroadFutures. They talk about the advantages of taking a gap year.


Our Families Need Internet Access Now
Fri Sep 4 2020, Fairfax Connection
featuring Britepaths
 
Article informs community members about Britepaths' Back to School Digital Access campaign to help families get internet access.


Board Chair of Shepherd’s Center Receives Community Champion Award
Wed Sep 2 2020, Vienna/Oakton/McLean Connection
featuring Shepherd's Center of Northern Virginia
 
Bill Farrell was presented with the Community Champion Award for promoting volunteerism within the community.


Why Child Abuse Reports Have Plummeted During Pandemic
Wed Sep 2 2020, The Washington Informer
featuring Safe Shores-The DC Children's Advocacy Center
 
“We believe the number of children who are brought to Safe Shores is the tip of the iceberg,” said Michele Booth Cole of Safe Shores.


August 2020 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Breaking the digital divide with Britepaths
Mon Aug 31 2020, Great Day Washington, WUSA9
featuring Britepaths
 
Exec. Dir. Lisa Whetzel spoke about our Digital Access campaign and received a surprise $2,000 grant from Easterns Automotive Group


The centers helping child abuse victims have seen 40,000 fewer kids amid the pandemic
Sat Aug 29 2020, The Washington Post
featuring Safe Shores-The DC Children's Advocacy Center
 
The only child advocacy center in DC, Safe Shores, pivoted to teleforensics and continued to support families through the pandemic.


“The Unseen Pandemic: Domestic Violence”
Thu Aug 13 2020, Washington City Paper
featuring DC SAFE (Survivors and Advocates for Empowerment)
 


July 2020 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Keeping Kids Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Wed Jul 29 2020, Facebook Live
featuring Safe Shores-The DC Children's Advocacy Center
 
This important conversation brought together executive directors from
Darkness to Light, Together for Girls, and Safe Shores.


Nonprofit Seeks Donations For Justice High Pyramid
Wed Jul 29 2020, Falls Church News-Press
featuring Britepaths
 
Article informing community members about Britepaths' Back to School supplies campaign.


Combating Unemployment Through Workforce Development
Wed Jul 8 2020, United Way NCA The Way Forward Podcast
featuring Britepaths
 
Britepaths' Sally Meyer, Workforce Development Manager at the FEC of South County, discusses options for displaced workers during COVID-19.


May 2020 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Helping Combat Loneliness
Wed May 27 2020, Vienna/Oakton/Mclean Connection
featuring Shepherd's Center of Northern Virginia
 
During Covid, Shepherd’s Center of Oakton-Vienna-Reston-Herndon
adjusts its services to continue serving the elderly from a distance.


What You Can Do If You're Laid Off From Your Job in the DMV
Mon May 11 2020, United Way NCA The Way Forward Podcast
featuring Britepaths
 
Britepaths' Maria Jose Cantoni, Director of the FEC at South County discusses resources for those unemployed or underemployed due to COVID.


“Coronavirus lockdowns 'open the door for abusers to come back in'”
Mon May 4 2020, Al-Jazeera
featuring DC SAFE (Survivors and Advocates for Empowerment)
 


April 2020 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Analysis: Amid the Chaos of Coronavirus, Parent Power (and Parent Organizing) Have Never Been More Important. It’s Time for Education Funders to Show Them the Money
Tue Apr 28 2020, The 74
featuring PAVE Inc.
 
School closures, lost jobs and social distancing guidelines have left gaps in key services that parent organizing groups are now filling in.


Avoiding Child Abuse and Neglect During the Coronavirus Shutdown
Wed Apr 15 2020, WHUR 96.3
featuring Safe Shores-The DC Children's Advocacy Center
 
Parents are shut-in with their children 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. How do can they keep the peace and lower the risk of striking out?


Apple FCU Boosts Non-profits Responding to COVID-19 with $120,000
Wed Apr 15 2020, Great Day Washington, WUSA9
featuring Britepaths
 
Britepaths received a $20,000 grant from Apple Federal Credit Union as part of its COVID-19 Response. Exec. Dir. Lisa Whetzel appeared.


Teleworking during the pandemic could open new doors for the labor force—if you’re privileged enough
Fri Apr 10 2020, Prism
featuring BroadFutures
 
BroadFutures CEO, Carolyn Jeppsen, talks about the challenges of working from home for people with learning and attention disabilities.


How to Connect and Engage with Your Volunteers Remotely
Tue Apr 7 2020, Leading in Times of Hyper Change
featuring Volunteer Fairfax
 
The Director of Communications discusses the steps Volunteer Fairfax is taking to pivot to remote volunteering during the COVID-19 crisis.


March 2020 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Child abuse is likely going underreported during the coronavirus pandemic. Here's what you can do to help
Mon Mar 30 2020, WUSA9
featuring Safe Shores-The DC Children's Advocacy Center
 
“Sometimes shelter is not shelter. Home is not safe,” said Michele Booth Cole, executive director of Safe Shores.


The MusicianShip celebrates best local musicians despite postponed Wammies
Mon Mar 30 2020, WTOP News online
featuring The MusicianShip
 
The Wammies – the DMV version of the Grammys – was supposed to be held Sunday night, but it was postponed due to the coronavirus.


Help Ward 6 Mutual Aid Team Get Help to Families: Organizations Seek Donations to Help Families Weather the COVID-19 Crisis
Tue Mar 24 2020, Hill Rag
featuring Capitol Hill Arts Workshop
 
The Ward 6 Mutual Aid Team is orchestrated by local community organizations including CHAW. Drop off needed items between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m.


Teaching our kids (and ourselves) mindfulness to get us through the coronavirus anxiety
Fri Mar 20 2020, Washington Post
featuring Peace of Mind
 
Mindfulness - especially compassion and metacognition - can help our kids navigate the emotional impact of Covid-19.


Virginia Governor Ralph Northam visits Volunteer Fairfax
Mon Mar 9 2020, The Connection Newspapers & Online
featuring Volunteer Fairfax
 
Governor Northam toured the Volunteer Fairfax offices and met with the Executive Director, staff, Board members and volunteers on February 2


A Home for Art, A Commitment to Access
Sun Mar 1 2020, BitterSweetMonthly
featuring Capitol Hill Arts Workshop
 
With a spirit of breadth and hospitality, CHAW is a crucial resource for the city—the rare organization that almost always says “yes.”


February 2020 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Changing Teens' Lives with Music
Mon Feb 24 2020, NBC4 Washington
featuring The MusicianShip
 
Executive Director of The Musicianship, Jeffery Tribble Jr., is bringing music to urban communities in the hope of inspiring youth and chang


In the galleries: An artist conjures images from oceans to a micro view of nature
Fri Feb 21 2020, The Washington Post
featuring McLean Project for the Arts
 


‘A Reminder of How Generous Our Neighbors Are’ in Fairfax
Fri Feb 21 2020, Fairfax Connection
featuring Britepaths
 
Through a partnership with Fairfax County, Britepaths held a Stuff the Bus food drive in Fairfax City on February 8.


Food Pantry Opens at Fairfax High
Fri Feb 14 2020, Fairfax Connection
featuring Britepaths
 
Britepaths' newest Food4Thought Program partner Fairfax High School opened a pantry for students in need in January.


What Brain Science Teaches us About Conflict Resolution
Wed Feb 5 2020, Edutopia
featuring Peace of Mind
 
When Peace of Mind's founder noticed her kids fighting at recess, she turned to neuroscience and mindfulness practice to help them.


January 2020 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


New to the County, Veterans of the Land
Wed Jan 22 2020, Washington Post
featuring Montgomery Countryside Alliance
 
MCA's land link program connects new farmers and local landowners. Profile of two immigrant farmers who have founded farms in MoCo.


With help from nonprofits, Fairfax High School opens food pantry with healthy options
Tue Jan 21 2020, WDVM-TV
featuring Britepaths
 
WDVM aired a report about Fairfax High School's new student pantry, which is supported in part by Britepaths' Food4Thought Program.


New food pantry at Fairfax High helps students in need
Tue Jan 21 2020, WJLA TV, ABC 7 in Washington, DC
featuring Britepaths
 
WJLA TV/ABC 7 aired a report about Fairfax High School's new student pantry, which is supported in part by Britepaths' Food4Thought prog.


November 2019 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


Recognition Season
Sun Nov 17 2019, La Tribuna
featuring The Virginia Hospital Center Medical Brigade
 
The Ministry of the Interior, Justice and Decentralization, makes a special recognition to Mr. Barry Byer, founder of VHC Medical Brigade.


Reducing Veteran Isolation and Loneliness
Wed Nov 13 2019, Vienna/Oakton/Mclean Connection
featuring Shepherd's Center of Northern Virginia
 
The Shepherd’s Center designed an initiative to reduce isolation and loneliness amongst area veterans.


Government Support Motivates Foreign Volunteers To Continue Working For The Honduran People
Thu Nov 7 2019, Informativo.hn
featuring The Virginia Hospital Center Medical Brigade
 
We are motivated to continue in this work, and without the support of the Government, our work would not have been possible.


Bowen McCauley Dance Co. at Dance Place
Fri Nov 1 2019, Dancing in the District
featuring Bowen McCauley Dance Company
 
A review by Luella Christopher on Bowen McCauley Dance Company's 24th Season Encore Performance at Dance Place in Washington, DC.


October 2019 - News from Catalogue Nonprofits


FreshFarm and Community Foodworks to merge, creating the nation’s third-largest farmers market group
Tue Oct 29 2019, Washington Post
featuring FRESHFARM
 
Coverage of the merger between FRESHFARM and Community Foodworks.


Fairfax Co. Enlists Homeless to Help With Stormwater Cleanup
Tue Oct 8 2019, NBC4 News
featuring The Lamb Center
 
The expansion of an innovative jobs program is helping the homeless in Fairfax and tackling the important issue of keeping waterways clean.


Pilot Program to Remove Litter from Waterways Begins
Thu Oct 3 2019, Fairfax County Public Works and Environmental Services
featuring The Lamb Center
 
Fairfax County launches new program to improve water quality in streams and provide dignity in work to people experiencing homelessness.