INMED USA News

Chef Yahaira is using #math and #chemistry to teach our INMED Opportunity Center campers how to make cupcakes. One little camper wants to take one home
We are grateful for the terrific article about our Opportunity Center and INMED’s 25th anniversary on the Chamber Insider Blog.
Volunteer Manoj Bisht and daughter Shyla of Loudoun Math Circle are teaching our campers about multiplication facts—and the kids LOVE
THANK YOU, Geoff Crawley for this giant check for our INMED Opportunity Center! This check is the culmination of a 6-month sponsorship at
Make fond memories with the ones you love at INMED’s Family Fun Fest, celebrating 25 years of serving disadvantaged children
In celebration, our campers are learning new skills, such as how to use a microscope to discover a world not
Make fond memories with the ones you love at INMED’s Family Fun Fest, celebrating 25 years of serving disadvantaged children
In celebration, our campers at the INMED Opportunity Center are learning new skills, such as how to use a microscope
Did you know that the fear of public speaking ranks higher than the fear of death for average Americans? Volunteer
Campers love getting their hands dirty, but this “porcelain-making” STEAM activity was sticky. Despite its name, it is not porcelain.
Today, we are thankful for volunteer Medha Medicherla, who is teaching our campers the basics of violin, followed by a
Public-speaking super heroes to the rescue! Did you know that the fear of public speaking ranks higher than the fear
Sensory-based art making is a fascinating modality that allows children to engage in creative expression with no pressure. Our campers
Volunteers Jocelyn and Cher Jiang from Endeavor and Achiever taught our campers the uses of cash vs. credit and how
You may think we close up shop on the weekend, here's a taste of the AWESOMENESS of last Saturday at
Congratulations to our Loudoun team for being 1 of 3 inaugural recipients of the Platinum Achievement Award from the Community Foundation
STERLING, VA (June 11, 2019): INMED Partnerships for Children is pleased to announce that Jennifer Lassiter Smith has joined our
Leesburg, VA – June 10, 2019 – The Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties celebrated its 20th anniversary
Did you know that a solid foundation in math and science in elementary school leads to better financial literacy, successful
Our second flower arranging class for adults is underway. These ladies were hard at work learning new skills that may
This past Saturday, we were full STEAM ahead! The kids had lots of fun in our first STEAM club session,