‘Tis the Season

Categories: Camp Moss Hollow, Holidays, Seniors
The holiday season gives me so many wonderful things to reflect upon: a wonderful family, a strong and enduring faith, and an organization which I am proud to lead – Family Matters of Greater Washington! After crossing into our fourteenth decade of service to the community, we cross another milestone in 2016: the 50th anniversary …

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Honoring African Americans in Our Field

Categories: Holidays, Social Justice
W.E.B. Du Bois was known for many achievements – first African American to graduate with a PhD from Harvard, noted author, sociologist, and civil rights activist. Along with several other great names in African American history – Ida Wells, Oswald Garrison Villard, and Florence Kelly, to name a few – he went on to found …

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A Season of Thanks and Remembrance

Categories: Fundraising, Holidays
Tis’ the season! The Holidays are upon us once again and Thanksgiving is a perfect kick-off to the Season.  It is a wonderful holiday to reflect and give thanks for all we have been given and all those who have touched our lives. So as we close out November, we are reminded of the many …

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Putting America Back to Work

Categories: Financial Literacy, Holidays
Labor Day marks the beginning of the end of the summer season, and it is a fitting way to begin thinking about all we have accomplished so far this year and all we have left to do. President Grover Cleveland created Labor Day in 1894 to pay tribute to the contributions and achievements of the …

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