Thank you to Board of Trustees member Steve Tibbets and CA Technologies for recruiting volunteers for INMED’s Family & Youth Opportunity Center

Thank you to Board of Trustees member Steve Tibbets and CA Technologies for recruiting volunteers for INMED’s Family & Youth Opportunity Center at the company’s employee appreciation and engagement Fall Tailgate event. The company set up a table advertising INMED with information about our programs and volunteer recruitment fliers. CA Technologies’ human resources staff also spread the word about volunteering opportunities. “CA takes its local social responsibility commitments very seriously and encourages its employees to give back to their communities by supporting organizations like INMED,” notes Steve. “The INMED Opportunity Center Board of Trustees very much appreciated this opportunity to engage with prospective volunteers.”

Does your company have a corporate volunteer program? Please invite INMED to share our volunteer opportunities at an upcoming event. Contact Maria Vasquez at mvasquez@inmed.org for details.

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Thank you to K2M for participating in INMED’s Fall Job Fair

Thank you to K2M’s Kim Winkler and Sedale Evans for participating in INMED’s Fall Job Fair at the Family & Youth Opportunity Center. K2M is a Leesburg-based medical device manufacturer with open administrative and supply chain management positions. No experience in the medical field is necessary. Visit https://opportunitycenter.us/get-involved/job-fair-2017/ and click on the K2M logo to apply for positions online or email kwinkler@k2m.com.

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Kudos to the Community Foundation of Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties

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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