Shore honored as Washingtonian of the Year

Through four decades of mission-driven work, Shore has developed a deep understanding of the needs of troubled youth and families and unsurpassed expertise to meet these needs. Her vision for empowering at-risk and homeless youth through a competency-based approach to...

2016 – The Year in Review

Many, many thanks to our loyal supporters…you have made a real difference in the lives of homeless and disconnected youth!  As we wave good-bye to 2016, let us take a moment to review some of Sasha Bruce Youthwork’s many accomplishments over the past year....

Washington Post features Drop-in Center

The Washington Post columnist John Kelly continues to highlight our life-saving work…check out his most recent column which features young people who count on our Drop-in Center to make it safely through the day. Donate...

Eboney perseveres

For a young person to transition from the streets to permanent housing is easier said than done.  But perseverance pays off, especially with the support of dedicated people.  Case in point is featured in John Kelly’s Washington Post column describing the...

A credible messenger

Young people in the District’s Richardson Dwellings public housing project can count on our very-own Bradley Holmes for inspiration every day.  ““I came from the same environment these children came from…”  Check out John Kelly’s...