We invited Pastor Angel Negron of Bilingual Christian Church of Baltimore to share the message at our May church service.
Enjoy the replay here:
If you’re a parent, teacher, or caregiver, you need to hear this episode. (more…)
SAVE THE DATE: Our next Harvest for Hope Breakfast is October 25, 2017, at 8 a.m. in Arlington, VA.
It’s always a powerful experience to hear client testimonies and learn about the need for homeless services in Northern Virginia.
Take a look at this preview, and we will see you there!
Please enjoy this full recap of our church service from April 2017.
Pastor Damein Johnson of Seabrook Seventh-Day Adventist Church led the sermon.
We are proud to host a monthly service featuring DC, Maryland, and Virginia pastors at our Lanham headquarters.
Service is held at noon on the first Wednesday of the month. All are welcome to join us! (more…)
Before Nancy and Joe Gofus became retired grandparents and Volunteers of America Chesapeake major gift donors, they were military kids.
Both of their fathers and Joe’s mother were Navy veterans.
“The country has a lot of responsibility to pay back the people who have served, and we can’t forget about them when they take off the uniform,” Joe says. (more…)
Today, Gary Antonino, a 61-year-old grandfather of two, works with special education students and adults with disabilities at the National Center on Institutions and Alternatives (NCIA).
But five years ago, his life was different.
He was a federal inmate.
Gary served seven years at Cumberland Federal Correctional Institution for a financial crime. (more…)