Feb 12, 2014

Our neighborhood is diverse with a large Latino immigrant population, mainly composed of families – young parents who want to see their children succeed. Most of our families are from the Central American countries of El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala. Through a variety of programs, we’re able to build reciprocal relationships with about eighty families a year.

We are a community of people “learning together to love our neighbors as ourselves” in a Latino neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia.

As a faith-based Christian non-profit with a small staff and over 100 volunteers, we serve alongside more than 100 families and their children (1st-12th grades) each week through our community programs.

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Our relational network of volunteers and donors reflects a diverse group of individuals from all over the Washington, D.C. metro area. As a non-profit, we rely on the community for assisting program directors on-site, being mentors, supplying the needs of our food pantry, and everything in between. Each member of our Casa community holds a unique gift, whether time, talent or treasure.