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Family by Choice | Big Brothers Big Sisters

Family by Choice | Big Brothers Big Sisters

By Daniel Jones  /  May 20, 2019
You Can Still Gain Tax Benefits from Charitable Donations

You Can Still Gain Tax Benefits from Charitable Donations

By Jim Gallagher  /  April 22, 2019
James House | Preventing Abuse Starts Early

James House | Preventing Abuse Starts Early

By Daniel Jones  /  April 8, 2019
Boys to Men: Young men find support in mentoring program

Boys to Men: Young men find support in mentoring program

By Daniel Jones  /  March 1, 2019
New “M&M Fund” Honors Local Educator

New “M&M Fund” Honors Local Educator

By Kiffy Werkheiser  /  February 5, 2019
18 Community Partners Receive $464,500 in Grants

18 Community Partners Receive $464,500 in Grants

By Kevin Foster  /  January 31, 2019
Mr. Jones Smiles Back | Virginia Dental Association Foundation

Mr. Jones Smiles Back | Virginia Dental Association Foundation

By Jennifer Brown  /  September 18, 2018
Weston Manor: A History of Educating Our Youth

Weston Manor: A History of Educating Our Youth

By Ken Newman  /  August 29, 2018
22 Organizations & 3 Educators Honored

22 Organizations & 3 Educators Honored

By Kevin Foster  /  August 13, 2018
Weekend Backpacking | FeedMore Leads the Way

Weekend Backpacking | FeedMore Leads the Way

By Ken Newman  /  June 4, 2018
2018 Trudy Bogese Campership Awards

2018 Trudy Bogese Campership Awards

By Kiffy Werkheiser  /  May 18, 2018
Go Play Outside: FOLAR Fuels a Love of the Outdoors

Go Play Outside: FOLAR Fuels a Love of the Outdoors

By Jennifer Brown  /  May 1, 2018
Life Threw Her a Curve, JRF Grantee Had Her Back

Life Threw Her a Curve, JRF Grantee Had Her Back

By Jennifer Brown  /  April 13, 2018
Better Vision, Better Future: Conexus Helps Kids See

Better Vision, Better Future: Conexus Helps Kids See

By Jennifer Brown  /  March 26, 2018
$357,412 in Grants Awarded to 13 Organizations

$357,412 in Grants Awarded to 13 Organizations

By Kevin Foster  /  February 9, 2018
District 19 Community Services Helps Residents Get on Their Feet

District 19 Community Services Helps Residents Get on Their Feet

By Jennifer Brown  /  January 19, 2018
JRF Welcomes New Trustee, Johnny Jones

JRF Welcomes New Trustee, Johnny Jones

By Jennifer Brown  /  January 2, 2018
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Family by Choice | Big Brothers Big Sisters

By Daniel Jones  /  May 20, 2019
Terence Doctor shuffles a basketball from hand to hand as he tells me about volunteering with Big Brothers Big Sisters.  He’s...
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While There’s Life, There’s Hope | The ALS Association – DC/MD/VA Chapter

By Ken Newman  /  May 7, 2019
I recall hearing about ALS a long time ago when it was commonly called “Lou Gehrig’s Disease”.  Lou Gehrig, one...
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You Can Still Gain Tax Benefits from Charitable Donations

By Jim Gallagher  /  April 22, 2019
Like most people, you probably know several organizations worthy of your philanthropy, and you may well have contributed to them, perhaps on an annual basis. In the past, when you’ve made charitable donations, it’s been a win-win: You were able to provide support to a worthy organization and you received some valuable tax benefits. But with the passage of the new tax laws, things may have changed considerably for many people. Are there still tax benefits to making a charitable donation? Here’s some background...
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James House | Preventing Abuse Starts Early

By Daniel Jones  /  April 8, 2019
On a cold winter day in March, Terence Barber is sitting in the community center at Thomas Rolfe Court in...
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Boys to Men: Young men find support in mentoring program

By Daniel Jones  /  March 1, 2019
Aho I learned a new word this week: ‘Aho’. Aho is an ancient Lakota word that, roughly translated means, “I...
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