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Tenants and Workers United

September 2022 – Tenants and Workers United

  TWU first organized in the mid-1980s in response to the scheduled mass evictions of thousands of low-income renters in the Arlandria neighborhood of Alexandria. Wrongly assuming that residents would simply leave their homes to make way for gentrification, developers sought legal and illegal means to force people out. But the tenants stayed, they studied, …

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safespot

July -2022 – SafeSpot Fairfax

  SafeSpot clients are child victims of sexual and severe physical abuse. These young and vulnerable individuals will find that their needs are placed above all others and that the SafeSpot approach is compassionate yet efficient. Throughout the intervention, investigation, prosecution, and treatment, Safespot provides no-cost services to children victims and their non-offending family members. …

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Loudoun Literacy Council

May 2022 – Loudoun Literacy Council

  Loudoun Literacy Council has been changing lives through reading and learning to promote personal growth and empowerment in Loudoun County since 1980. We believe that literacy remains essential to achieving community-wide aspirations of developing young learners, strengthening families, enabling parents to participate in the education of their children, and ensuring access to opportunities for …

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pwccf

March 2022 – Prince William County Community Foundation

In Prince William County, an alarming 44% (more than double the national average) of food-insecure children reside in households with incomes 185% above the federal poverty level and are not eligible for federal nutrition assistance. Though all of PWCCF’s programs – in healthcare, education, and wellbeing – are important, addressing food insecurity is central. PWCCF …

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