Giving back.

We believe that it’s our responsibility to support and give back to our community. Every year we identify a variety of charities we would like to champion. Additionally, we donate time and funds to over ten staff-nominated grassroots charity organizations and promote community service initiatives.

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Britepaths expresses the customized mentoring approach we take in conducting our self-sufficiency programs. For each client, we believe that there is no single, ‘right’ path. Everyone is different with differing needs and situations. Britepaths also honors our roots by expressing a guiding light that shines on a brighter future for those we serve. We are so grateful to everyone who has been supporting our work, and we hope you will join us in embracing our new name and be inspired to take part as we continue helping those among us who are struggling move from a place of need to one of true self-sufficiency.” Learn more about Britepaths at:

Loyolya University

The Loyola community isn’t afraid to get its hands dirty cleaning up neighborhood parks and gardens—or use its expertise to mentor girls interested in STEM programs. They research local food deserts and volunteer with our student-run farmers market to make healthy food more accessible. Here, we don't talk about making the world a better place—we get to work --

Childhelp Shining Gala

Childhelp exists to meet the physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of abused, neglected and at-risk children. We focus our efforts on advocacy, intervention, treatment, prevention, family resilience and community outreach --

Habitat for Humanity

Loudoun Habitat is a nonprofit Christian housing ministry with a mission to make safe, decent and affordable housing available to people in need in Loudoun County. Loudoun Habitat has been providing affordable home-ownership to families in need since 1993. To date, Loudoun Habitat has provided 37 homes to partner families – 16 new homes and 21 rehab homes – reaching 136 individuals --

Children's Inn at NIH

The Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health is a residential home away from home for sick children and their families. Children come from around the world to stay together with their families at The Inn while they receive the treatment in compassionate, loving care. HumanTouch passionately supports The Children’s Inn at NIH.

Helping Hatian Angels

Helping Haitian Angels’ (HHA) mission is to care for orphaned and abandoned children  in Haiti by raising them to become happy, successful members of their communities who will have the tools to positively impact future generations.  HHA ensures the children’s basic needs are met, which includes nutritious food, clean water and a safe and comfortable home

Fort Dupont Ice Arena

Fort Dupont Ice Arena is a not for profit organization that works to provide increased opportunity, education and inspiration to the young people of Washington, DC and the surrounding area through ice skating and educational activities. --

Capital Caring

Founded in 1977 as Hospice Care of Northern Virginia, Capital Caring Health was one of the fifteen original hospice providers established in the United States. Since its founding, Capital Caring Health has endeavored to improve care for those facing life-limiting illnesses through direct support of patients and their families, public education, and advocacy --

Wolf Trap Foundation

The Wolf Trap Foundation's mission is to present and create excellent and innovative performing arts programs for the enrichment, education, and enjoyment of diverse audiences and participants. They recognize and value the intrinsic power of the arts, music, and nature to connect people of all abilities, backgrounds, and experiences. In our workplace and on our stages, we are committed to curating spaces of inclusivity and creativity so that our workforce thrives, our patrons find joy, and the surrounding community benefits --

John F. Kennedy Center

At the Kennedy Center, our systemic commitment to social impact lives in our belief that the arts hold unique power in our society to build community, center joy, inspire action, and drive meaningful change. We leverage the arts for non-arts outcomes to advance justice and equity in all that we do --

Fairfax County Parks Authority

To enrich quality of life for all members of the community through an enduring park system that provides a healthy environment, preserves natural and cultural heritage, offers inspiring recreational experiences, and promotes healthy lifestyles --


The MSMJ Youth Foundation is a non profit organization established to encourage lifelong health and improved academic performance for underprivileged children. The group works to ensure that no youth is prevented from succeeding in sports and academics due to financial hardship. --


VETSports, founded in 2012 by three combat Veterans, aims to set the standard for improving Veterans’ physical, mental, and emotional health through sports, physical activity, and community involvement. VETSports provides thousands of Veterans with continuous opportunities to reintegrate into their communities through sports, community service, events, and partnerships. Learn more about VETSports at:


Inova, the region’s leading nonprofit healthcare provider, brings its world-class healthcare, education, and wellness programming to area residents, regardless of their ability to pay. Our community benefit services amount to hundreds of millions of dollars each year. Inova provides community benefits through subsidized health services, free or discounted charity care, clinical programs for low-income residents, and investments in cutting-edge research. Learn more about Inova at:

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