Opportunity Gap in Loudoun

Did you know that the high school dropout rate for economically disadvantaged kids in Eastern Loudoun is nearly four times the county average? In one of the most affluent counties of the nation, this is hard to believe—which is why INMED established the Opportunity Center to create pathways for all children, regardless of socio-economic status, achieve their fullest potential.

 Help us close the opportunity gap in Loudoun. https://opportunitycenter.us/sponsor-a-child/ #SponsorAChild #LoCoKidsinNeed

Program Participant Success

Today is a milestone for Miki Lewis. It is the first Christmas she has been able to afford gifts and a Christmas tree for her children. When Miki reached out to INMED for help, she was homeless with three-week-old twins and nothing but the clothes on her back and a box of diapers. Through INMED’s help and the resources and guidance of other Loudoun nonprofits, the future for Miki and her children is bright. With lot of hard work and determination, she has a stable home, a professional career, healthy children and is working toward a @LoudounHabitat house of her own. Miki also is helping other families in need through her own initiative, Helping Hands Along the Way, by collecting clothing and supplies for @WomenGivingBack, @INMEDCenter and others.

On this day of giving, we invite you to celebrate Miki and all the nonprofits working quietly behind the scenes to help our neighbors in need. https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/inmed

Finalist at Dulles Chamber’s Stars Over Dulles Awards

What an honor to be a finalist at the Dulles Chamber’s Stars Over Dulles Awards today! INMED Opportunity Center Development Director Christine Gollatz DeWitt proudly stood in for award nominee Dr. Linda Pfeiffer, INMED Partnerships for Children Founder and CEO. It was a thrill to be among the stellar group of nominees. A big thank you to the Official Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce, the event sponsors and the beautiful Crowne Plaza Dulles Airport for putting on a great show!