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It was a long and successful day yesterday as Embrace participated in Hillside’s Community Day and National Night Out, as well as the National Night Out in Fairfield.  We had some volunteers come in and do face painting and temporary tattoos, which were very popular.  Some of our interns even enjoyed the temporary tattoos!  We also worked the snow cone machine, popcorn machine and answered questions about Embrace and gave out information on coming events.  Both events were a lot of fun and had a good turn out.  We hope that the community members were blessed and provided for and thank them for being a part of it!  You can see more photos on our Facebook Page. Our next event will be a trip to Blackwell Community Pool on Thursday August 12.  There is more information on that here or you can email alanna@embracerichmond.org. Thanks to those who helped out!  We appreciate your...

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Thank you to Duncan Memorial United Methodist Church’s youth group for helping us have a great day at Three Lakes Park today!  We visited the Nature Center and Aquarium, went fishing, played on the play ground, shared a great lunch together and enjoyed the fellowship.  Those who visited the Nature Center and Aquarium were able to see several types of snakes and fish.  The team that headed over to the fishing spot didn’t catch anything except a can of worms, but everyone enjoyed trying and one of our friends learned to fish! Thanks again to Duncan Memorial and we hope to be able to continue to have a great partnership.  Next week we will be celebrating National Night Out.  You can get more information on that here.  It will be on a Tuesday instead of Thursday, so be aware!  We have a few more weeks of summer left and we look forward to all of the fun we will be able to have.  Check out the Events page for more details on everything and we hope to see you...

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Embrace Richmond would like to give a huge thank you to Laura Wert, a longtime volunteer and friend of Embrace.  A few weeks ago Laura celebrated her 50th birthday.  Instead of the usual, sometimes awkward, gag gifts, Laura asked her friends to donate to Embrace.  Several donations have already been sent in her honor and we are blessed and grateful.  The donations will help do a lot of good as Embrace continues to serve impoverished communities.  Laura has spent much of her life helping others and she wanted her birthday to be celebrated in a way that represents that commitment.  She hopes that others will follow her lead and celebrate life by helping others improve their own.  Thank you, Laura Wert, and Happy Birthday! Thank...

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Thursday was full of games, food and fellowship for Embrace Richmond as we enjoyed our Fellowship Days in Fairfield Court and Hillside Court.  In Fairfield we played games with community members, seniors and children from the Boys & Girls Club.  We also enjoyed some cake as we said good bye to one of our staff members, Joe, who is going to work at a local church.  In Hillside we had lots of good food, fellowship, games and a puzzle! Next week we will have a Family Summer Event at Three Lakes Park!  We will enjoy the park and aquarium and each other. Check out the information here and we hope you can join us!  If you would like to come join us or assist us with transportation, please email...

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Not much brings people together quite like a day of fun.  Today was a Fellowship Day in both the Fairfield and Hillside Court communities.  In Fairfield we watched “The Blind Side” and in Hillside we played cards games.  And, of course, there was good food!  Those who came to the Fairfield gathering enjoyed watching “The Blind Side.”  One member said she wished there were more people out there like Sandra Bullocks’s character, Leigh Ann.  A big thank you to those who brought food and made sure we had plenty to drink! There were a lot of games going on in Hillside Court.  We played Phase 10, Spades and checkers.  Everyone enjoyed a little friendly competition, especially when they won.  We were also blessed by a donation of vegetables from one of our partners, Shalom Farms.  Hillside community members sorted the potatoes, tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers and will distribute them to people in the community who need some fresh food.  Another big thanks to Shalom Farms and the other people who brought food, snacks and cake to share! Our Fellowship Days are a great time for the community to come and spend time together, get to know one another and bless one another with gifts of food, friendship and fellowship.  Next Thursday we will have another Fellowship Day in both communities.  We will meet in Fairfield at the Boys and Girls Club from 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. and in Hillside at the RRHA building from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Please join us if you...

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Margaret Oleksa of the Richmond Books Examiner reviewed Wendy McCaig’s first book, From the Sanctuary to the Streets: How the Dreams of One City’s Homeless Sparked a Faith Revolution That Transformed a Community. Here is a sample of what Oleksa had to say: “The beauty of the From the Sanctuary to the Streets story is not a one-directional mission of rich giving to the poor. The real story is how, through mission, the people in this book were given the opportunity to get to know homeless individuals, and ones transitioning out of shelters. They learned about the real issues so many face, and how their intense faith and strong character made the volunteers the students, and the shelter residents the teachers. By working together and learning from each other, the end result is so powerful, the message is nothing short of inspiring. Wendy McCaig gives a vision of hope and shows how individual dreams can become a reality to make a positive difference. The work of the Christian Community can be found outside the walls of the traditional church. Do not read From the Sanctuary to the Streets if you want to stay glued to your chair; only read it if you want to be inspired to take action.” Read the entire review here. You can find Wendy’s book on Amazon.com, Wipf and Stock Publishers and at various book signings throughout the year.  We will post more information on those as they are...

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Embrace Richmond community members took a trip to the newly renovated Virginia Museum of Fine Arts today as part of our summer outings.  We were able to enjoy several wonderful works of art including paintings, statues, stone work and tapestries all for free.  It was a great outing that gave people a chance to go into the city and enjoy each other’s company while also enjoying beautiful works of art.  Every Thursday we take a trip with our community members.  Stay tuned for information on next week’s...

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Monday night Wendy McCaig, Executive Director of Embrace Richmond, will be doing a book signing for her new book From the Sanctuary to the Streets as a part of the Boaz and Ruth Juneteenth celebration.  The book features insights from Martha Rollins the founder and Executive Director of Boaz and Ruth.  We hope to see you all there!  See details...

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Last Saturday Embrace Richmond partnered with Shalom Farms, a local farm in Goochland run by the United Methodist Urban Ministries of Richmond.  Shalom Farms provided produce that our Hillside Community members picked and handed out at our Blessing Day Health Fair. Embrace Richmond has begun partnering with Shalom Farms to help communities establish food security and to encourage healthy eating habits. Embrace Richmond is dedicated to helping find long-term solutions toward ending poverty.  By partnering with Shalom Farm we hope to empower communities by helping them to start their own gardens. This creates the potential for those in the community to serve one another, while also maintaining a more long-term food source.  According to the most recent report by the United States Department of Agriculture, in 2008, 17 million households (14.6 percent) in the U.S. were considered to have low food security, and of those 17 million, 6.7 million were considered to have very low food security.  These are the highest numbers since the USDA began tracking national statistics in 1995.  Low food security means that, “one or more members of a family’s eating patterns were reduced or disrupted due to a lack of funds or other food resources.”  Basically, one member of a family was going without food or was eating reduced portions because that family did not have the resources it needed to get food. By partnering with Shalom Farms, we are helping communities establish food security by empowering leaders from within the neighborhoods we serve. This helps to free up income for families to pay for other bills and expenses. Embrace Richmond will begin to live...