Jamila Larson, co-founder and executive director, shares needs and resources with the Education Town Hall.
Current needs include 30 requests for strollers — it’s particular hard on homeless families to do without this temporary shelter — as well as volunteers for the upcoming service days, October 10 and 17; help build the new teen space at DC General Family Shelter. Volunteers and donations of many kinds are welcome as well. And the Project also provides a variety of resources for learning more about, and advocating for, trauma-sensitive play.
Full discussion on track 3 below —
The Education Town Hall broadcasts from Historic Anacostia in Washington, DC, Thursdays
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The program regularly airs on the 4th Thursday of each month.
SPECIAL DATE — OCTOBER 1, 2015 (no show, September 24, due to Papal Visit to DC)