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Finding employment for individuals is one of the more important aspects of turning under-resourced neighborhoods into productive communities. Through a collaborative effort with the City of Richmond’s Department of Economic and Community Development, there will be a push to find, engage, and encourage those individuals that are willing to put in the time and energy to become competitive in the work force through their Richmond Workforce Pipeline initiative. Through this program, these individuals will receive comprehensive screening and assessment, customized skills training, intensive work readiness activities (such as resume development, communications skills, basic job search techniques, etc.), and mock interview evaluations. One of the recent pushes in City economic development is finding ways to connect the unemployed with opportunity. As the city begins to build new schools, finding manual labor among the area’s unemployed becomes a situation that benefits all. “We are grateful to the City of Richmond in their understanding that there are willing participants in the community who want to work, but have barriers preventing them from competitive employment,” notes Wendy McCaig, Executive Director of Embrace Richmond. “Through this partnership we should be able to get those motivated individuals some additional training which will hopefully lead to job placement.” Collaborative efforts such as these are a true testament to the commitment of concerned individuals in providing opportunities which fosters a more productive environment and, in the long run, reduces the need for relief programs which fosters more dependence. “This is about giving economical freedom and responsibility to those individuals who wish to better themselves,” Wendy added, ” There are a lot of people who want and are...

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At Embrace Richmond we use the term ‘Street Saint’ to describe those individuals with leadership qualities that originate from their spirit. Despite living in poverty and surrounded by challenges, these individuals rise to the occasion and seek to help others despite (or because of) their own personal experiences. In a sense, when you look at what our ‘Saints’ are doing, and the place they are doing it from, it tends to give you an entirely different perspective on the act of giving to others. No where is this more clear then in speaking with Joseph Roberts. Quiet and unassuming, Joseph came to Embrace Richmond with a lifetime of hardship and the determination to make it better for himself and others. It hasn’t been easy; at age 9 he suffered a brain aneurysm. Joseph shared what that experience was like for him, “But the really crazy thing about it was when they took to me to school anyway on that day. Once they saw I couldn’t even get off the school bus, they had to drive back across town just to get me to the hospital. No one knew anything was seriously wrong until they gave me a spinal tap and found blood. After they operated on me, I had to learn how to walk and talk again. But, God is good.” He says this as he takes his right hand to place his left hand on his lap. Joseph is paralyzed on his left side, though he can walk, he can’t move his toes or arm on the left side. “It was devastating and I kept thinking, ‘why me’...

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We first met Tesia during a listening conversation we had on the topic of employment needs in Hillside court.  Tesia was shy, quiet and I am not sure she really trusted us in the beginning.  In the first conversation around employment, I was shocked to learn that one of the top barriers our residents noted to employment was a lack of motivation and encouragement.  I heard several stories about how residents had been seeking employment for years and could see in their eyes that they had given up hope.  However, 23 year old Tesia was different.  She had not been beaten down the way many of the more seasoned residents had.  Tesia got involved at Embrace and began volunteering. She shared with us her dream – the dream of one day being a hair stylist. To reach her dream Tesia, needed to go to school.  We connected Tesia to Don, one of our vocational mentors.  Don evaluated Tesia’s skills and learned she needed help with the entrance exam, particularly in math. After studying and failing the math portion by a small margin, Tesia was discouraged to the point of giving up.  Don connected Tesia with Dolly, a volunteer math tutor. So Dolly began to meet with Tesia.  Dolly shared, “After I left Tesia one day, I stopped by Virginia College on the way home.  I met with several staff members, all of whom were extremely helpful and I was impressed. They checked their records for Tesia and told me that she had missed passing the entrance exam by just one point.   When I returned to Hillside the next week,...

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Embrace Richmond couldn’t survive without volunteers who want to make a difference in the lives of their neighbors. Equally important are those community minded individuals willing to give resources to Embrace. We are incredibly thankful for those willing to donate and invest, not only their money, but their heart into the work we do. One such person is literally an investor.  Kevin Nentwich, owner of Financial Consultants of America, has supported Embrace Richmond for nearly a year. “I wanted to support something locally,” he says, “and I was pointed to Wendy and Embrace Richmond. I started reading her blogs and doing my own research and realized I wanted to meet her and learn more.” That partnership has proved to be a winning combination. Mr. Nentwich has spent time not only learning more about Embrace, but seeing first hand the work it does. “That’s partly why its so meaningful to me,” he continues, “I know that Wendy is out in the field seeing people eyeball to eyeball, and then getting involved myself and meeting some of the folks who have been touched by Embrace….it’s just a fantastic thing to know you have made a difference in someone’s life.” It is through the generosity of Kevin, and others like him, that Embrace is able to support individuals, who might otherwise be unemployable, and give them valuable work experience while improving the living conditions of their own community.   This idea matches the philosophy of Financial Consultants of America, who want to see local support build upon itself.  Any investor wants to see the value of their stock or bond go up, likewise,...
A Faith Filled Gift – St. Mark's United Methodist Church

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The lovely ladies from St. Mark’s United Methodist Church, led by Laura Wert, shared a wonderful gift with the women of Hillside Court.  Hillside resident Deneka Green (featured in this photo), shared this reflection and words of appreciation. We went to The Women of Faith Conference in Washington, D.C.  It was wonderful even before we got on the highway.  We were introduced to the other women who were going with us on this mini vacation.  We had prayer and were given two beautiful t-shirts.  We were on our way. I didn’t expect to meet these other women.  But after meeting them, they were really great people.  We had some nice conversations on the van. When I first heard about us going, I was happy because I was getting away for a day or night. But then, I thought about it.  I didn’t even know what Women of Faith was.  I wondered if this was going to be for me.  But, when I got there and listened to Lisa Harper, Lori Robertson, Natalie Grant and the worship team, and I can’t forget Mr. Henry Cloud and Mr. Ken Davis,  I knew what this conference was all about then.  It really touched my heart.  Before I left for the conference, I was going through some things and depressed. But, after being there at that conference and listening  and hearing wonderful stories, my depression was behind me. I enjoyed every word, but really enjoyed MaryMary.  I love that group. I even bought their book.  I liked it when they sang “I Cried My Last Tear Yesterday.”  I want to thank Ms. Walker. ...

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As a young organization, we have several board members who have seen Embrace Richmond grow from a group of women asking the question, “If we could do anything for God and knew we couldn’t fail, what would we do?” to an organization with staff and volunteers working to answer this question. We are seeing these dreams come to life and the spirit of this original quest is daily touching the lives of many. As a founding board member, Becky Kiraly Qualls watched Embrace Richmond grow from a small women’s ministry to a ministry that bridges people of every race, class, and religious background from across this city. Becky served in many ways: she was an encourager to many single mothers, she served as both our Vice Chairman and Chairman of the board, but the most significant contribution she made was her steadfast commitment to pray for Embrace, our staff and those we serve from the very beginning. Through her guidance, leadership, and most of all, love, Becky has helped encourage Embrace Richmond to grow and change communities from within. It is with sadness and gratitude that I announce that Becky has decided it is time to step down from the Embrace Board where she has served for over six years. While she will be leaving the board, she has assured me that she will continue to be our most faithful prayer warrior and that she will continue to encourage others. Becky writes, “My involvement with Embrace has changed my life in profound and wonderful ways. I can’t thank you enough for allowing me to partner with you on this...
Come Dream with Us

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In my book, From the Sanctuary to the Streets, I interviewed a woman named Martha who has worked with impoverished families for more than twenty years.  Martha said this, “Depression grows out of a sense of hopelessness.  The most powerful thing we can give people is hope.  Many people do not have dreams.  A dream is a luxury our clients think they cannot afford.  However with a dream comes hope – hope in a future that is better than today’s reality. A dream is a powerful motivator.  If we can help our clients find their dream, set realistic goals, then we can help them break the cycle of poverty.” This week was “Dream Week” in the rhythm of life at Embrace.  We just launched a new year with new team members.  The first part of the process was for everyone to share what they care about and the gifts, talents and abilities they have that they are willing to use in the community.  These were the top ten gifts and passions: #1 Caring for Elderly, #2 Cooking, #3 Working with Children, #4 Fishing, #5 Dancing/Fitness, #6 Cleaning, #7 Playing Games, #8 Fixing Things, #9 Writing, #10 Computer Skills. Step two of our dreaming process is to take what we have (ie the gifts above) and figure out how we can use what we have to address one of the needs identified by the community through our year-long listening process.  These are the needs the residents have identified: #1 Improved safety especially for the elderly and children #2 Employment opportunities for those with barriers #3 More activities for children and...

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Want to learn more about Embrace Richmond? Join us for our upcoming “Embrace the Streets Tour” Date: January 26th, 2012 Time: Noon-3:00PM Location: 3400 Brook Road (Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond) Virginia Hall Building We will meet in the foyer of the first floor unless otherwise specified Itinerary 12:00 – 12:30– Welcome and Embrace Richmond Overview 12:30-2:15 –  Driving tour of the Northside and Hillside Site Visit and Luncheon 2:30 – 3:00 – Closing session back at Embrace Richmond offices Please RSVP to Susan Carminucci at susan@embracerichmond.org or...
AmierCorps Year in Review

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August 31st, 2011 marked the last day of our third year as an AmeriCorps program.  To celebrate, we invited all members and site supervisors together  and celebrated the following achievements: In September 2010, we launched our program with a commitment to providing economic opportunities for individuals with barriers to employment. Throughout the year we welcomed 14 homeless and at-risk individuals to our Embrace Richmond AmeriCorps program. In October 2010, we partnered with VCU’s School of Family Medicine to conduct health screenings; a project that lasted throughout the year and into this coming year.  In total, more than 70 individuals participated in health related activities. In November 2010, The CARITAS Furniture Bank, one of our placement sites, expanded their operation to five days a week and added one Saturday per month.  Our members were instrumental in helping the furniture bank serve over 700 households this past year. In December 2010, The Hillside hospitality team increased its commitment to welcoming new residents with a welcome basket delivery initiative and community wide events like our Family Christmas party.  Over the course of the year, more than 250 residents participated in fellowship events. In January 2011, our AmeriCorps members placed at one of our placement sites, CARITAS Works, launched a new jobs program for individuals experiencing homelessness.  In the past year, this program helped more than 50 homeless individuals move toward employment. In February 2011, Embrace launched a one-on-one mentoring initiative and expanded our in-home visitation initiative to provide extra support to those in need.   To date, over 100 individuals have received support and encouragement from our AmeriCorps members and volunteers. In March...