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  • A “Helping Hand” During Winter


    The Washington Post’s John Kelly has told the stories of countless Sasha Bruce youth and staff for the winters of 2014 and 2015. Learn more below, or join us to end youth homelessness by donating here.

  • 2015: A Year in Review


    Many, many thanks to our loyal supporters…you have made a real difference in the lives of homeless and disconnected youth! As we wave good-bye to 2015, let us take a moment to review some of Sasha Bruce Youthwork’s many accomplishments…

  • SBY in the Post! Samaria Holton


    As a part of the Washington Post Helping Hands giving initiative, Sasha Bruce stories are being featured this winter! Read and share this week’s story.

  • Donate TODAY for #GivingTuesday with SBY!


    Sasha Bruce Youthwork is excited to take part in #GivingTuesday during this winter season. Donate today!

  • Valerie Jarrett Visits Sasha Bruce House


    Valerie Jarrett, Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama, visited the Bruce House this past October to meet and discuss policy involving homeless youth, and the realities that they face everyday.

  • Former SBY Client at the Olympic Trials


    Darryl Lane found himself at the Sasha Bruce House in 2010, in search of stability and support. Now, he is competing at the Olympic Trials for boxing, and continues to hope and persevere for what is to come. Read his…

  • Sasha Bruce to Open Drop-In Center


    Sasha Bruce Youthwork is excited to introduce an new, integrated program into the SBY spectrum of care. The SBY Drop-In Center is projected to launch after the Thanksgiving holiday. For information and updates regarding this exciting new…

  • A First Stop


    Homeless individuals who are deemed “chronically homeless” have priority access to shelter and permanent housing. But young people who are on the street—or in danger of losing a roof over their heads—don’t usually meet the definition of “chronically homeless.”

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