Score For the Poor

This August marked the 9th Annual Score for the Poor Soccer Camp which raised money for the Little Sisters of the Poor in Richmond. This year’s camp was extremely special because over 65 campers and counselors participated. In honor of the Olympics, the campers played a variety of sports and geography games. On the first Read more…

Feast Day Celebrations

Celebrate we did! With the exceptional planning of the Sisters, staff, and many volunteers, our Home pulled off a wonderful celebration honoring our Mother Foundress, Saint Jeanne Jugan on her feast day. This day is very special to the Little Sisters and they treated it as such and allowed all of us to enjoy the Read more…

Autumn Is Calling

A group of Residents went on the annual outing to Carter Mountain Orchard for a fun-filled day of sunshine, fresh mountain air, and lots of apples. The Residents look forward to this trip every year; it is definitely a Home favorite. The group made the journey to Carter Mountain outside of Charlottesville where they picked Read more…

Puzzle King

Roland Davis put together his first puzzle at the age of 15, just because, and has been hooked ever since. He remembers his first puzzle very well. He was in North Carolina, where he is from, and it was one of the 160-piece puzzles from Dollar Tree. It had a house and a fence around Read more…

Independence Day

Our Staff and Volunteers did Independence Day right, per usual, for the Residents and their families. The celebrations lasted all day keeping the Residents smiling and happy. The festivities were all sorts of fun featuring excellent entertainment that included all the music that our Residents love.   According to Sr. Colette, the Home had “the Read more…

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