This Milestone Monday, we are interviewing Sam. She successfully completed the 24 month program living at Carried To Full Term and is now on phase 2: living independently. She has worked very hard to be in the position that she is in. She just received her transcript and is 10 credits away from obtaining her Civil Engineering degree!
Samrawit and her daughter Fabia are the first two residents to successfully graduate Carried To Full Term’s 2 year program. Even though Sam went through many trials and tribulations, God had a plan for her. When we first me Sam she was homeless, pregnant, and desperate. Now Sam is enrolled at George Mason University. After this spring semester, she will have enough credits to graduate with a civil engineering degree. She has her own house and is able to provide for herself and her daughter. Carried To Full Term is a vessel to allow mom’s to break the cycle of repeated negative habits so that they can begin to experience a better, brighter future than what they had imagined. By becoming a Pathway Partner, you will be able to help moms like Samrawit break cycles of homelessness and despair so that they can experience a future with peace and prosperity.
Today, we are recognizing Mrs. Patti Dunegan. She has been a huge help here at Carried To Full Term. She has put in many hours of her time to mentor and guide the moms through the seasons of ups and downs in their life. She has given not only time but also essential baby items, direction, and shown true unconditional love to the moms in attendance. Thank you Patti!!
Carried To Full Term has become a beacon of hope for mothers seeking a safe home to have their babies and an opportunity to transform their lives.
We are aware that pregnancy is the invitation we’ve accepted to enter into the transformational trenches with each mother we admit.
This job is hard, the hours are long and we are committed to giving hope to these women who have said yes to a new start for themselves, their babies and future generations.
Recently, we were honored at the annual Prince William Chamber’s Business Gala in recognition of our mission. We were nominated in two categories for the Agnes L. Colgan Community Outreach and the Health & Human Services Awards.
We are keenly aware, that it is in the trenches our fortitude that gets tested but it is also where change happens. We celebrate and we sorrow with each mother along on this life-changing journey. Continue to keep us in your prayers.
Last night we were honored to be nominated for Prince William County’s Agnes L Colgan Community Service Award for Health & Human Services. It was a wonderful night connecting with so many stand-out businesses and nonprofits that are based right here in PWC! ❤️ Here is a snapshot