Families in need are surviving! The coronavirus pandemic has brought out the generosity of our community in SO many amazing ways. Our 2020 community partner network has exploded with in-kind and financial donations of everything from toilet paper and daily essentials for survival to laptops and hotspots to help families without access to computers or Internet ensure their children keep up with distance learning. Our Opportunity Center has become a hub of vital resources for children and families in need like never before!
A special shout-out to the Coder School of Ashburn, which has not only donated to our STEM program financially, but also has supplied laptops, scholarships and volunteers to help kids in our after-school academic enrichment program develop their IT and coding skills—and to owner Chad Hamel for joining our Board of Trustees. And to
Collins Aerospace and INMED USA trustee Versie Liles for supporting our after-school and STEM programs.
It’s also especially nice when community partners team up to help INMED’s program participants, like when Giant Food and Northwest Federal Credit Union team up with NOVA Diaper Bank to collect thousands of diapers for our COVID resource distributions at the Opportunity Center. In addition, Giant has donated 6 skids of toilet paper and NWFCU has collected coats, backpacks and school supplies. “My happiness comes from seeing that our neighbors in need are safe, well fed and educated,” says My Pham, District Manager of Giant Food (pictured above).
Here’s to a new year that brings health. equality and prosperity to everyone in our community, thanks to these amazing INMED community partners. Please click here to see all of our partners.
The year 2020 has tested the bonds of our families and communities in uniquely challenging ways. COVID turned our lives upside down and forced us to find creative new approaches to serve a growing number of our neighbors who are struggling financially, physically and emotionally. Despite all the obstacles the pandemic presented, INMED USA never missed a beat in helping families bridge the gaps for today and build bridges to self-reliance in the future. And at every step of the way, generous neighbors have lent a helping hand to provide the resources and encouragement necessary for us to get through this crisis together. As welcome to close this year, we would like to share and celebrate the work of some of these selfless volunteers.