Farewell, Summer

Farewell, Summer! Last week, we wrapped up our 2022 Hybrid Summer Program! With COVID still prevalent, our program looked slightly different from other years, but that didn’t stop staff and volunteers from supporting our students with their summer learning. With our Neighborhood Tutoring Program, we

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The Words We Use Matter

The words we use matter By FLOC Executive Director Brandelyn Anderson Since its founding, For Love of Children has been focused on providing dignity and respect to the children we serve. From providing safe homes for the children in Junior Village to shifting our focus

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FLOC Student Book

About the Book 2020 was a year like no other. At FLOC, we wanted to give our students the opportunity to talk about how the felt about the things they were seeing and experiencing. From those conversations came the idea for this book. We Matter:

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FLOC’s Corner

Submit your video! If you have any questions or would like to set up a time to meet via Zoom with a FLOC team member to record your video, please email mroberts@floc.org.

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Holiday Gift Card Drive!

The holidays are right around the corner and we are excited to put a smile on every one of our children’s faces this season. We are taking donations to be able to give a $25 gift card to each and every FLOC child. Please make

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FLOC Celebrates 55th Anniversary

On Thursday, November 12, For Love of Children is celebrating its 55th Anniversary.  To show our appreciation for your support over the years, we held a special virtual celebration. FLOC began in 1965 as a radical commitment to DC’s children and youth. In the words

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Meet Mary!

FLOC is so excited to announce our new Director of Development, Mary Bramley!  Mary Bramley has worked for a decade in higher education with the last four years in foundation and advancement services. She began her career at Virginia Commonwealth University in undergraduate research programs

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Women’s Equality Day!

Today day marks 200 years since the 19th amendment was officially certified by the United States Secretary of State and added to the Constitution. For over 200 years, women fought to achieve the same rights as men-rights as simple as the ability to own property,

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