INMED Partnerships for Children and INMED USA: Transforming Lives in Loudoun and Beyond
INMED Partnerships for Children is a nonprofit international humanitarian development organization whose sole mission is to end poverty. Through multisector partnerships and in-country affiliates, INMED develops sustainable systems that build pathways for vulnerable children, families and communities to achieve well-being and self-reliance—breaking complex cycles of poverty for current and future generations. INMED’s programs in adaptive agriculture and aquaponics, nutrition and healthy lifestyles, and economic development have transformed the lives of millions of children and their families since 1986.
In Loudoun County, INMED USA is bridging the gaps for today and building bridges to self-reliance in the future for vulnerable children and families isince 1988. During the coronavirus pandemic, the number of families served by INMED USA has skyrocketed.
Facing unemployment and evaporating resources, vulnerable families need our support more than ever. Thanks to our community partners, we've seen able to help families with free essentials—from baby equipment, diapers and formula to personal hygiene products, clothing and food—that we offer for curbside pickup at our Opportunity Center in Sterling. But we can barely supply the demand.
As we emerge from the COVID pandemic, it's more critical than ever to make sure our most vulnerable neighbors don't fall through the cracks--getting the assistance they need to address pre-COVID gaps to thrive post-COVID through:
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INMED LAUNCHES BOLD NEW ENTERPRISE FOR BIG SOCIAL IMPACT - Mar 10, 2021
INMED launches a social enterprise to transition historically disadvantaged populations from subsistence to commercial agricultural production using climate-smart aquaponics to help them become food-secure nd economically self-sufficient.
|Nancy Baker||Communications Director|
|Jennifer Smith||US Programs Director||703-729-4951|