Kudos to the Community Foundation of Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties for an eye-opening Philanthropy Summit last Thursday. INMED Opening Doors participant Miki Lewis (right) was a featured panelist discussing the high cost of child care. Miki has been working diligently over the past two years with INMED Housing Case Manager Gester Pino to transition from homelessness to thriving mother of twin toddlers. Miki also shared her story in the Community Foundation’s “Faces of Loudoun” series.
Last week’s event convened a variety of nonprofits to discuss and explore partnership opportunities for tackling some of the county’s most difficult socio-economic challenges. Learn more at http://communityfoundationlf.org/.
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