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Wisdom Meets Technology
Wisdom Meets Technology (WMT) provides technology training classes specifically designed for senior citizens with limited or no computer experience. To ensure that seniors receive maximum learning opportunities, the maximum number of students per class is limited to eight. Classes are limited to 8 students per comprehension driven versus time driven. At the completion of the training modules, students will be able to navigate the internet, read and open emails, open and send email attachments, compose, edit, save and retrieve Microsoft Word documents.
Hope in a Bag
Bags, bags and more bags filled with snacks, hygiene items, socks, hats, gloves and words of hope and encouragement are provided to homeless shelters in primarily the Washington Metro area. However, grants area available for Hope in a Bag projects in other parts of the country. What started as a family Thanksgiving Day “give back project” in November 2009 has evolved to more than 12,000 in 2019. a little bit of hope in a brown paper bag. These small items may not seem like much to us but to those is need it is indeed a bit of hope in a bag.
Reach 2 Feed
During times of disaster many in affected areas have struggles obtaining the basic necessities. In addition to loss of homes, finding way to get a small meal every day can sometimes be challenging. Reach 2 Feed provides an opportunity to help needy families have a meal and basic necessities including hygiene items. The goal with Reach to Feed is committing to help at least one family and then spread the word to 2 other people and ask them to do the same. The concept is simple and it works! Together we are helping
Business Battle Buddy
The mission of Business Battle Buddy is to coach and mentor veteran-owned small businesses and support veteran non profit 501 C3 organizations financially and through volunteer services
Business Battle Buddy also sponsors free workshops for Veterans, Service-Disabled Veterans, Reservists, National Guard Members, and Active Duty business owners and start-up entrepreneurs.
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Events & Awards
Hero Love Boxes
Washington Business Journal Interview
ALIA founder Corliss Udeoma was recently featured in an interview by The Washington Business Journal staff reporter Soe Han Tha.
ALIA Recognized in Prince William Living Giving Back Awards
COVID-19 hasn’t kept the Agape Love In Action community from serving with its hands and hearts. And, it won’t keep ALIA from celebrating those who help make communities better.