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24 Local Charities That Are Worth Your Time and Money - The Washingtonian
Waves of grace in 30 — The Arlington Catholic Herald
BalletNova Presents 'The Nutcracker Tea' at Ritz-Carlton — The Arlington Patch
St. Ann students walk for the homeless — The Arlington Catholic Herald
Project Knitwell: Knitting initiative aims to help new mothers in Arlington — Arlington Sun Gazette
The Arlington Community Foundation Awards Nearly $100,000 to Nineteen Nonprofit Organizations and Schools — Arlington Community Foundation
12 Days of Giving: Borromeo Housing — NBC 4 Washington
Giving Gifts that Give Hope — Arlington Connection
BHI Profiled in the Daily Signal — The Daily Signal
Arlington Interfaith Community Grant — Arlington Sun Gazette Borromeo Housing receives Arlington Interfaith Community grant.
Interfaith Council Helps Fund Work of Community Partners — Arlington Sun Gazette The Arlington Interfaith Council on June 17 honored 18 community organizations with $500 grants to support their ongoing work.
United Way Presents Impact Grants to County Non-Profits – Arlington Sun Gazette Eighteen Arlington non-profit organizations will share $202,000 in grant funding this year through the Community Impact Fund of United Way of the National Capital Area.
Community Foundation OKs New Round of Grants Funding – Arlington Sun Gazette The Arlington Community Foundation’s board of trustees has approved grant awards totaling $164,515 to 43 nonprofit organizations and schools in its latest funding round. Borromeo Housing, Inc. received a $2,500 grant.
Give It Up, D.C. The 2012 charitable donation guide: 70 local nonprofits that are worth your time and money – Washington City Paper Borromeo Housing, Inc. is featured in the 2012/13 Catalogue for Philanthropy as ”One of the best small charities in the Greater Washington region”.
Leadership Arlington Youth Select Borromeo Housing for Grant — Arlington Sun Gazette Students participating in Leadership Arlington’s Youth Program this summer selected Borromeo Housing as the recipient of a $1,000 grant in support of its efforts supporting those in need across the community.
A Model for Mothers — Arlington Catholic Herald Perhaps nowhere is Mother’s Day more sweet than at a shelter for women and their babies. At BHI’s Elizabeth House — a four-bedroom home in south Arlington where three women currently live rent-free with their children while pursuing their education and learning basic parenting and life skills — the second Sunday in May doesn’t go by without a special dinner and a mother-child photo shoot.
Working & Learning — WORLD Magazine Borromeo House helps young pregnant women with few options, but it’s not a place of idle retreat.
Get Out and Give Back: Zen Volunteering — Washington Life Magazine Nonprofit Borromeo Housing helps young mothers and their children live independently.
Art Initiative Aims to Bring Therapeutic Comfort to Young Moms — Arlington Sun Gazette Young mothers trying to balance parenting, school, work and all the other stresses of daily life need a break now and then. An initiative of Borromeo Housing aims to turn stress into a serenity with a therapeutic-art initiative that soon will head into its third year.
Young Single Mother Tries to Start Her Own Christmas Traditions — WAMU/National Public Radio Two months ago, Thompson gave birth to a daughter, Armarni Thompson. Borromeo Housing, a nonprofit that helps young, homeless mothers took her in. The stability has allowed her to resume efforts to get her high school diploma.
Rare Charity Empowers World’s Women — ABC 7 News
Local Faith-Based Non-Profit Expands, Will Help More Teen Mothers — WAMU/National Public Radio Borromeo Housing has been providing apartment living to young single mothers for two decades now. But Elizabeth House, where Smith lives along with three other young mothers, is Borromeo’s first house, partially paid for with a $140,000 grant from the federal government.
New Home Means New Hope for Young Teen Mothers — Arlington Sun Gazette As she surveyed what would become her new home, Joslynn Hairston was excited. But her 5-year-old daughter was even more giddy. “She was ready to move in last night,” Hairston said on Sept. 23, as Borromeo Housing cut the ribbon on its new residential home for homeless adolescent mothers and their children.
Home Gives Young Single Mothers New Start — Catholic Herald A house in south Arlington, part of Borromeo Housing, Inc.’s Elizabeth House program, will offer four single mothers and their children a place to live and hope for the future.
Teen Mothers Find Refuge in Arlington — The Washington Post “It’s a great program,” said Glenn, who has been in the program since the end of 2006 and plans to stay through 2009. “It gives a young woman an opportunity to be an individual, raise her child, and go to school. You have to be looking to better yourself, though. They want to see you succeed.”