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Making a Difference

AVD Door Pull
Getting My Life Back
William 35, is the son of a Marine, so when he turned 18, he says, “It was my place to go next. I was born to it; I grew up with it.” In fact, Will had already enlisted via the Delayed Entry Program, which allows someone to enlist and choose a future date to report for duty. Read more ...
Susan B Komen
Saving Lives Close to Home
...So many of us have stories of loved ones impacted by breast cancer – stories that may encourage, comfort, motivate, or inspire others. One such story came to us from a healthcare provider in an organization which received grant funding from Komen Central Virginia last year to provide life-saving breast cancer screenings in the greater Richmond area.

“At one of our fall Komen clinics, we saw a woman in her mid-forties who informed us she’d had a breast lump for 18 months but did not know where to go, as she did not have insurance. Her boyfriend tried to find out where she could get a mammogram, and after searching the internet, found out about our program. Read more...

Lutheran Services
The Jordans: Always Adapting, Now Adopting
It should come as no surprise that Miles and Deborah Jordan were ready for a change. The Suffolk couple had taken in 94 foster children in 26 years, after all. So, earlier this year, the Jordans adopted Tamiah, 9, Ronnie, 8, and 5-year-old twins Alijah and Amere.

That’s right. The change they wanted wasn’t peace, quiet and a well-earned rest. It was permanency. Read more...

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