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Friendship is lifesaving


We now all know just how devastating isolation and distancing from others really is.

For many of our teenagers, the pandemic has been a mental health battle, and for our kids with disabilities loneliness can be a lifelong experience for children who often need routine and connection to feel safe.

YOU can change that. Please join us on Feb. 22-23 and help give the gift of friendship for all of our FC families and Teen Friends here in Richmond!

Your donation helps keep friendship THRIVING in the heart of Richmond!

With your help, we can continue to ensure that none of our youth– or their parents – ever feel alone or without a friend to lean on.  If the pandemic taught us anything, it’s that the world is less scary when you have a friend by your side.

Together, we can offer an antidote to feelings of loneliness by meeting the emotional and social needs for our youth in frightening times and beyond.

We need your help to keep all of our programs completely FREE.

Friendship is priceless. That’s why we never charge our parents for the critical services they receive through the Friendship Circle. Rather, we rely on generous givers like you to help keep our programs completely FREE for kids with disabilities, their siblings, and our Teen Friends.

Can our kids count on you?  Will you say yes to friendship?

To learn more about Friendship Circle, please visit our website at www.friendshipcircleva.org.


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