2019
Supporting Calvary Through Partners for Tomorrow: Kathy & Teri Doxsee
Kathy and Teri Doxsee have made it a point to empower women on a regular basis who are working to overcome their homelessness at Calvary Women’s Services. They are members of our Partners for Tomorrow program. Through monthly, quarterly, and a…
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Finally At Home: Deborah’s Story
“My Mom always told me that my name should have been ‘Determined.’ I just kept focused on what I wanted to do.” Before coming to Calvary Women’s Services, Deborah struggled with chronic homelessness for several years. S…
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Volunteer Spotlight: Melissa Reinberg
Melissa Reinberg facilitates a weekly negotiation skills class at Calvary Women’s Services as part of our education programs. Along with her colleague, Iris Barnett, Melissa leads group activities that demonstrate different techniques and appr…
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Calvary Women’s Services Recognized as Red Hot Nonprofit by DCA Live
Washington, DC – Calvary Women’s Services has been named one of 25 Red Hot Nonprofits by DCA Live, a group that spotlights the fastest-growing companies and most dynamic professionals in the Washington, DC region’s legal, association and n…
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Volunteer Spotlight: Krystal Ramseur
Krystal Ramseur, a performer with the Washington Improv Theather (WIT), leads a weekly improvisation class for women experiencing homelessness as part of Calvary Women’s Services’ education programs. The collaboration began when Calvary s…
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Clenitha Comes Home to Sister Circle
Before arriving at Calvary Women’s Services, Clenitha was struggling with addiction and depression. “I was hopeless, homeless, and depressed. I didn’t know where I was going to get my help from.” Six months after coming to Calvary she is…
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Calvary Women’s Services Honors Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton at The 18th Annual Hope Awards Dinner
Left to right: The Honorable Jennifer Wexton, Board of Directors Member Dee Martin, Calvary Women’s Services Chief Executive Officer Kris Thompson Calvary Women’s Services honored leaders who empower and uplift women, and celebrated women…
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Through Creativity, LaRonda Found Confidence
LaRonda, a frequent participant in our life-skills and education program (LEAP) at Calvary Women’s Services, has spent the past 5 months falling in love with art. Not only has she developed a newfound appreciation for famous sketches and paint…
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Sasha-Ann Simons, Reporter at WAMU, to Host the 18th Annual Hope Awards Dinner
We are thrilled to have Sasha-Ann Simons, reporter at WAMU, hosting the 18th Annual Hope Awards Dinner. The event will take place on Wednesday, May 8th at the Capital Hilton from 6:00 to 9:00 PM. PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS TO THE 18TH ANNUAL HOPE AWARDS…
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Volunteer Spotlight: Stacey Stiner
Stacey Stiner is our spring Community Engagement intern at Calvary Women’s Services. She is currently finishing up her junior year at The George Washington University and studying public health with a double minor in psychology and business adm…
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