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Stories of Hope

Samantha's Story

From Dijitbouti, Africa to Capitol Heights, I’m not sure where I’d be without Promise Place….

Dae’Janae Day’s Story

During my first two years of high school, my Grandmother was my inspiration to push forward and make the best grades possible. But in my junior year she passed away

Maria Strives to Give Back

Maria’s hope is to become a counselor one day so that she can help other to learn from her own life…

Families Reunified

86%

of homeless youth completing our new Family Strengthening Program remain reunited with strengthened families.

Youth Safely Housed

100%

of homeless youth admitted to our Re*Generation House exited to stable or permanent housing.

Youth Prepared for Careers

72

young people in Sasha Bruce programs have enrolled in undergraduate degree programs.

Our New Home Is Now Open!

(Photo: men and women gathered together smiling in front of house, with a large purple ribbon that has just been cut.) There are over 1,200 youth in Washington, D.C. currently experiencing homelessness. At Sasha Bruce, our mission is to help young people find safe...

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Welcome Jasmine as our new Manager of Individual Giving!

We are excited to welcome Jasmine Thakurdas as our new Manager of Individual Giving, supporting the growth of the Development team at Sasha Bruce. Jasmine is driven by mission-focused philanthropic work, in honor of her father who is a cancer survivor, and in honor of...

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Child Abuse Prevention Tips & Guidelines

Each year nearly 2 million children receive child abuse prevention services. It’s estimated that at least 1 in 7 children in the US have experienced child abuse and/or neglect within the past year. Child abuse can be found in many different forms such as neglect,...

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Pillars of Opportunity

Safe Homes

SBY operates multiple residential facilities, all of which offer counseling and classes that can lead young people back to a more stable and supportive family situation, or on a path to independence and self-sufficiency.

Life Skills

SBY builds young people’s life skills by focusing on communication, daily living, work/study skills, home life, self-care, social relationships, and housing/money management. Community engagement to promote stable families, parenting education, and health and wellness education are important aspects of our life skills development programming.

Workforce & Education

SBY provides tangible educational and workforce development opportunities including mentoring, academic support, vocational training, career planning and job placement to help young people stay focused on the future.

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