Just because it’s a short workweek doesn’t mean Catalogue charities are doing any less across Greater Washington. From training coaches for youth sports programs, to encouraging reading among at-risk students, to providing legal aid to help people keep their homes…September is off to a remarkable start (see video here)!
DC SCORES was all-hands-on-deck preparing for their #CoachKickoff on Saturday! Coaches like Popsie (pictured) make their program work!
CityDance artists rehearsed for the CityDance faculty artist’s show “Fresh Visions!”
Literacy Lab’s DC Reading Corps blogged about adjusting to a new placement site in their blog post “Board Masters: Making Connections at our New School One Bulletin Board at a Time.”.
Bishop T. Walker School for Boys?(new ’14-’15 charity) read aloud to one another in the afternoon!
The Legal Counsel for the Elderly and partner Zuckerman Spaeder helped an elderly woman who fell victim to a housing scam save her home. Wow!
Catalogue charities Generation Hope (new ’14-’15 charity) and the Homeless Children’s Playtime Project were at American University’s community involvement fair!