FACETS ‘Opening Doors’ Breakfast Helps Open Eyes

Muna Mohammed, a FACETS youth speaker, and NeoSystems Sales Executive Amy Kankiewicz chat during FACETS Opening Door Breakfast on May 10 in Fair Oaks, which brought together business and community leaders to learn about poverty and homelessness in Fairfax County.

FACETS clients share their stories recently at a FACETS “Opening Doors” breakfast at Waterford at Fair Oaks. FACETS is a nonprofit that opens doors by helping parents, their children, and individuals who suffer the effects of poverty in Fairfax County.

The annual Opening Doors event helps educate the public and local businesses about FACETS’ work to help families and individuals who are struggling in the Fairfax community. Two FACETS clients shared their experiences with homelessness and efforts to overcome it.

With the second largest homeless population in the region, homelessness is a real problem in the Fairfax County-Falls Church community where more than 1,700 people are homeless. A majority of them are working families with children.

Muna Mohammed, a FACETS youth speaker, and NeoSystems Sales Executive Amy Kankiewicz chat during FACETS Opening Door Breakfast on May 10 in Fair Oaks, which brought together business and community leaders to learn about poverty and homelessness in Fairfax County.

FACETS Board Chair John Martin, vice president of L.F. Jennings, and his wife Cindy, attend FACETS Opening Door Breakfast, which brought together business and community leaders to learn about poverty in Fairfax County.

FACETS Client Speaker Raven Bowden and Reverend Larry Buxton of the Burke United Methodist Church. Raven shared with attendees about her struggles with homelessness.

 

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