INMED is pleased to have played a role in helping Raven, whose story is featured in the “Faces of Loudoun” series by the Community Foundation of Loudoun & Fauquier Counties. Raven and her son with special needs were able to transition out of homelessness in part through INMED’s Opening Doors program. With intensive case management, education and access to resources, Raven moved into an affordable dwelling, obtained a donated car and found stable employment.
“I am very grateful to all the people and nonprofit staff who helped us when we needed it most,” Raven says on the “Faces of Loudoun” web site http://endtheneed.org. “I hope that, together, we can all make it easier for other families to find the resources they need to make a fresh start.”
Today, the Community Foundation is allowing early donation commitments for its one-day Give Choose campaign on May 2 to raise funds for Loudoun’s nonprofits. Please make an early pledge to INMED Partnerships for Children by visiting our profile and donating to the vulnerable children and families we serve at our Family & Youth Opportunity Center in Sterling. https://www.givechoose.org/inmedpartnershipsforchildren
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