Voices for Virginia’s Children honors Villa with Making Kids Count Award

Voices for Virginia’s Children, the only independent multi-issue child policy and advocacy organization in the state, honored St. Joseph’s Villa with the 2017 Carol S. Fox Making Kids Count Award on October 4th. The award recognizes long-term commitment to improving the lives of vulnerable or disadvantaged children while upholding the highest ethical standards.

Members of the Villa team accept the Making Kids Count Award at the Hotel John Marshall

St. Joseph’s Villa is the longest serving nonprofit for children in the country, founded in 1834. Our programs impact more than 3,000 children and families each year facing mental illness, autism, homelessness and other challenges.

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