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Nonprofit seeks donations for High Pyramid justice

Britepaths, based in Fairfax, seeks community donations to help students in need who attend schools in the Fairfax County area as part of its annual Collect for Kids Back to School program.

Britepaths goal is to provide supplies to at least 2,500 Fairfax County Public School (FCPS) students attending Justice High School Pyramid Schools, including Bailey Elementary School, Beech Elementary School Tree, Belvedere Elementary School, Parklawn Elementary School, Sleepy Hollow Elementary School. Glasgow School and College. Britepaths will provide pre-packaged supplies kits to its partner schools for distribution to students with demonstrated need. The supply kits will be useful to students whether they are attending school on site or virtually.

Community members are invited to donate through Britepaths’ secure online donation page at:, or by mail at 3959 Pender Drive, Suite 200, Fairfax, VA 22030. Write “BTS” in the memo line. For more information call 703.273.8829 or send an email [email protected]

Britepaths is working with the Fairfax County Collect for Kids partnership to serve as many needy FCPS students as possible by purchasing school supply kits from Campus Survival Kits, based in Herndon. Through this bulk order arrangement, a $ 25 donation will provide all necessary supplies for two students. Britepaths is working to raise $ 25,000 by August 15 in hopes of helping 2,500 students.

Although Britepaths has traditionally collected donations of backpacks and calculators in addition to funds, the organization is unable to accept these donations this summer and can only accept financial donations through its website or through check.

Britepaths is in its 36th year of providing support and leadership for struggling individuals and families in the Fairfax County area. During COVID-19, Britepaths provides dramatically improved food and financial assistance services to residents of the Crisis Fairfax County area through licensors, and virtual financial literacy, employment preparation and more through the South County Financial Empowerment Center.

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