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News | December 21, 2023

Reston nonprofit Cornerstones awarded $20K in time for the winter holidays

Cornerstones, the Reston-based nonprofit that runs the Embry Rucker Community Shelter, among other services, has received an early Christmas present in the form of a big check.

Earlier this month, The Rosendin Foundation — a charitable corporation that aims to support local communities through financial grants and volunteer work — awarded $20,000 to the organization.
Other organizations that received funds include:
Women Giving Back ($25,000), a Sterling-based organization that serves women and children in crisis
Mobile Hope ($10,000), a Leesburg group that provides support and emergency shelter to young people
Our Minds Matter ($5,000), a youth suicide prevention organization centered in the D.C. area
The Chris Atwood Foundation ($5,000), which is based in Fairfax and provides resources and advocacy for people affected by substance use
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Cornerstones, the Reston-based nonprofit that runs the Embry Rucker Community Shelter, among other services, has received an early Christmas present in the form of a big check.

Earlier this month, The Rosendin Foundation — a charitable corporation that aims to support local communities through financial grants and volunteer work — awarded $20,000 to the organization.
Other organizations that received funds include:
Women Giving Back ($25,000), a Sterling-based organization that serves women and children in crisis
Mobile Hope ($10,000), a Leesburg group that provides support and emergency shelter to young people
Our Minds Matter ($5,000), a youth suicide prevention organization centered in the D.C. area
The Chris Atwood Foundation ($5,000), which is based in Fairfax and provides resources and advocacy for people affected by substance use