Our Stories

FLOC Featured in Latest Issue of Bittersweet Zine

For Love of Children is proud to say that we were recently featured in Bittersweet‘s “Cultivating Community Development” issue.

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Summer Associate Regan Rundio Highlights Test Prep Workshops

(FLOC welcomes new staff each summer. In this miniseries, we are recognizing our summer associates and interns by publishing blog posts about their experiences.  Regan Rundio is the ACT/SAT Test Prep Instructor.)

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Summer Associate Jessica Shares her New Experiences at FLOC

(FLOC welcomes new staff each summer. In this miniseries, we are recognizing our summer associates and interns by publishing blog posts about their experiences.  Jessica Briatico is the Lead Site Coordinator for the Summer Math Program.)

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FLOC selected as “one of the best” by Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington

For Love of Children is thrilled to announce that, once again, FLOC has been selected as “one of the best small charities” in the greater Washington region and will be recognized in the 2012-2013 Catalogue for Philanthropy.

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NTP Staff Reflect on a Memorable School Year

We can’t believe it’s already the end of the year at FLOC! Our tutoring programs have all wrapped up, and we’ve celebrated student accomplishments at our end of year parties.

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Baked by Yael and For Love of Children – One Sweet Collaboration!

For Love of Children is excited to be involved with a local business – Baked by Yael – that is owned by a woman who is passionate about giving back to her community. 

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Tutoring at Tubman

The Neighborhood Tutoring Program would not be able to reach as many students as it does without the help of our wonderful partner sites.

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Celebrating our Volunteer Couples on this Loving Holiday

John and Jenny M. began tutoring in the fall semester of 2010. They wanted to get involved in the community and participate in a volunteering opportunity that focused on education.

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Meet Alexandra

Alexandra is a fourth grader who has been involved in the Neighborhood Tutoring Program for two years. Alexandra genuinely loves to learn,

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The Neighborhood Tutoring Program Welcomes Spring Interns

The Neighborhood Tutoring Program is excited to announce that we have two new interns from The Washington Center that will be working with us this semester.

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