It's easy to take for granted the ordinary objects that surround and furnish our lives. But for those transitioning out of domestic violence and homeless shelters, nothing is ordinary about a table, dresser, or bed. In 2015, through its Neighbor-to-Neighbor program, A Wider Circle furnished the homes of 4,420 needy children and adults Ė many of whom were sleeping on the floor or storing their clothes in plastic bags. In addition, a Well Mother, Well Baby program offers holistic support to low-income pregnant and parenting teens in the most at-risk schools in DC and Maryland; its Workforce Readiness Program offers comprehensive professional development services; a Wraparound Support Program matches one family in poverty with four families that provide long-term support; and the Neighborhood Partnership Program in Washington DC's Barry Farm provides comprehensive services in one of our regionís most impoverished communities. With 500 calls coming in each day, A Wider Circle continues to expand, welcoming and providing for our regionís neediest. You can widen the circle.