Carly Stoliker joins NW Works as our new Director of Development. The former Development Manager of the Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter, Carly holds a passion for both community outreach and advocacy for vulnerable populations. Growing up in Poolesville, Maryland, Carly got involved in the non-profit sector early. As a high school student, she completed anContinue reading “NW Works in Profile: Carly Stoliker”
Graduation season is upon us once again and we are thrilled to celebrate the 12 graduates of the ProjectSEARCH class of 2021. While students across the country navigated a mix of in-person and virtual schooling, the ProjectSEARCH students were in-person five days a week, completing three rotating internships from September to June at Valley Health’sContinue reading “ProjectSEARCH Students”
In recognition of the members of the United States military who gave their lives in service to their country, NW Works will be closed on Monday, May 31, 2021. On this Memorial Day, we thank our fallen service members and their families who made the ultimate sacrifice on the behalf of all Americans. Standard servicesContinue reading “NW Works Closed on Memorial Day”
Compliance Coordinator Valerie Carney joined NW Works in July of 2019, after spending two years at Meritus Medical Center in Hagerstown, Md. as a medical practice supervisor. Prior to joining NW Works, Valerie spent the majority of her career in the healthcare field, beginning by serving as a Hospital Corpsman in the United States Navy. Continue reading “Valerie Carney”
We are thrilled to share that our partnership with Handley Regional Library System to support job seekers is starting back up! Every second and fourth Wednesday of the month between 11 am and 12 pm, job seekers can go to the main branch of the library in Winchester to receive help in finding employment. OurContinue reading “Library Adult Programs Resume May 12”
When Firefly Cafe & Bakery closed in October of 2020, our team was contacted by many loyal customers who were broken-hearted about the cafe’s closing. Quite a few of our fans even reached out, wondering if we could provide the recipes behind their favorite treats. They asked and we listened. Now, we are thrilled toContinue reading “NW Works Releases ‘Firefly at Home’”
After several years of disuse, NW Works’ Gardening Program is back in action! Thanks to our generous donors and our stellar volunteers, ten raised garden beds were prepared during National Volunteer Week. Above, images of volunteers from First Bank and Shenandoah University, as well as a client and his mother spent several hours pulling weeksContinue reading “NW Works Re-launches Gardening Program”
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