– For charity, nationals aim just over the fence (WaPo, 4/13) – Washington Nationals Dream Foundation raises funds for community, including the nonprofit Earth Conservation Corps.
– Concessions Program Helps Put Young People Back in the Game (WaPo, 4/12) – A San Fran nonprofit is working with kids at Nationals Park – “The idea is to get them work and then higher education.”
– Group formed to increase black nonprofit leaders (WBJ, 4/11) – “A year after leaving the top post at the region’s largest corporate giver [Freddie Mac Foundation] , Maxine Baker has been named the first president of a new networking organization aimed at filling top openings at area charities with black executives.”
Event targets problems of female teens in the District (Examiner, 4/12) – more about Saturday’s forum for teen girls, sponsored by the D.C. Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation (WG member)
– The Volunteer Farm raises produce in Shenandoah County for distribution to the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank. (WaPo, 4/13)
– Area school lunch prices may rise next year (WaPo, 4/14)
Study: “Nearly one in three working families in the District is poor” (WaPo, 4/14)