Pro-Bono


Blue Star Families [BSF] is a national, nonprofit network by and for military families that strengthens military families and our nation by connecting communities and fostering leadership. BSF hosts an array of morale, empowerment, education and employment programs. Since its inception, BSF has engaged tens of thousands of volunteers and served over a million military family members, wounded and transitioning service members and their loved ones. 

Blue Star Families [BSF] is a national, nonprofit network by and for military families that strengthens military families and our nation by connecting communities and fostering leadership. BSF hosts an array of morale, empowerment, education and employment programs. Since its inception, BSF has engaged tens of thousands of volunteers and served over a million military family members, wounded and transitioning service members and their loved ones. 

Chefs for Equality brings together the capital region's top chefs, pastry chefs and mixologists for an evening of food, cocktails and music to benefit the fight for full LGBTQ equality. The event features savory tasting and drink stations headed by renowned chefs and mixologists from the D.C.-area, as well as eight personal chef tables - an opportunity to dine with celebrity chefs for a lavish five-course meal in the middle of the action during the evening. In addition to impressive fare, an auction benefiting the HRC Foundation is also held.

Chefs for Equality brings together the capital region's top chefs, pastry chefs and mixologists for an evening of food, cocktails and music to benefit the fight for full LGBTQ equality. The event features savory tasting and drink stations headed by renowned chefs and mixologists from the D.C.-area, as well as eight personal chef tables - an opportunity to dine with celebrity chefs for a lavish five-course meal in the middle of the action during the evening. In addition to impressive fare, an auction benefiting the HRC Foundation is also held.

Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia (Habitat NOVA) is hosting an unforgettable, adrenaline pumping fundraiser featuring 80+ thrill seekers who will go OVER THE EDGE by rappelling down Hilton’s Global Headquarters in Tysons Corner, VA on Saturday, May 19, 2018. No experience necessary - Habitat NOVA has partnered with Over the Edge Global, the country’s leading event organizer for rappelling events. $1000 raised guarantees you a rappelling slot and it’s only a $100 to register. The Habitat NOVA Team will work with you to help you meet your fundraising goal! The timing of this fundraiser is a pivotal moment for Habitat NOVA as they will reach an incredible goal of building their 100th home this summer. 

Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia (Habitat NOVA) is hosting an unforgettable, adrenaline pumping fundraiser featuring 80+ thrill seekers who will go OVER THE EDGE by rappelling down Hilton’s Global Headquarters in Tysons Corner, VA on Saturday, May 19, 2018. No experience necessary - Habitat NOVA has partnered with Over the Edge Global, the country’s leading event organizer for rappelling events. $1000 raised guarantees you a rappelling slot and it’s only a $100 to register. The Habitat NOVA Team will work with you to help you meet your fundraising goal! The timing of this fundraiser is a pivotal moment for Habitat NOVA as they will reach an incredible goal of building their 100th home this summer. 

Chefs as Parents, a professional chef-run non-profit, is making public school history by overhauling and servicing a school cafeteria in its entirety. Enlisted by First Lady Michelle Obama’s office in the war against childhood obesity, this group of Washington DC based chefs – all of whom are parents -- have come together to use their skills as chefs and as parents to transform the way schools are feeding children, one lunch system at a time. 

Chefs as Parents, a professional chef-run non-profit, is making public school history by overhauling and servicing a school cafeteria in its entirety. Enlisted by First Lady Michelle Obama’s office in the war against childhood obesity, this group of Washington DC based chefs – all of whom are parents -- have come together to use their skills as chefs and as parents to transform the way schools are feeding children, one lunch system at a time. 

St. Bernard Project was created in March of 2006 by Zack Rosenburg and Liz McCartney. Since it was founded, SBP has been tirelessly addressing the physical, emotional, and psychological devastation of survivors of Hurricane Katrina, and more recently, the disastrous Gulf oil spill. The St. Bernard Project counts over 24,000 people from across the country among its volunteers, and together they have constructed or rebuilt hundreds of homes for families in need, providing them not only with places to live, but with the psychological counseling sometimes necessary to return to a life they once knew…even better!

St. Bernard Project was created in March of 2006 by Zack Rosenburg and Liz McCartney. Since it was founded, SBP has been tirelessly addressing the physical, emotional, and psychological devastation of survivors of Hurricane Katrina, and more recently, the disastrous Gulf oil spill. The St. Bernard Project counts over 24,000 people from across the country among its volunteers, and together they have constructed or rebuilt hundreds of homes for families in need, providing them not only with places to live, but with the psychological counseling sometimes necessary to return to a life they once knew…even better!

Real Food for Kids has a mission to encourage Fairfax County Public School's Food and Nutrition Services (FCPS FNS) to implement the following changes: Increase the quantity of fresh, naturally-grown fruits and vegetables on a daily basis (e.g. salad bars); Eliminate highly processed food and replace with real food; Remove flavor enhancers like MSG, autolyzed yeast, hydrolyzed protein, etc.; Remove trans fat (partially hydrogenated oils) and fully hydrogenated oils; Remove artificial additives, dyes and preservatives; Remove high fructose corn syrup and limit excess added sugars; Provide cups of water or bottled water for free or at an economical price; and Provide organic milk as an option.

Real Food for Kids has a mission to encourage Fairfax County Public School's Food and Nutrition Services (FCPS FNS) to implement the following changes: Increase the quantity of fresh, naturally-grown fruits and vegetables on a daily basis (e.g. salad bars); Eliminate highly processed food and replace with real food; Remove flavor enhancers like MSG, autolyzed yeast, hydrolyzed protein, etc.; Remove trans fat (partially hydrogenated oils) and fully hydrogenated oils; Remove artificial additives, dyes and preservatives; Remove high fructose corn syrup and limit excess added sugars; Provide cups of water or bottled water for free or at an economical price; and Provide organic milk as an option.