Sasha Bruce Youthwork was founded in 1974 and works to create a better tomorrow for young people in the Washington, D.C. community. Sasha Bruce Youthwork provides services that range from finding youth a safe place to live, sharing information on educational and career opportunities and creating stable family environments.

To donate to Sasha Bruce Youthwork, please click here. Please note the option to designate your donation underneath the payment information. Please select your designation as “Washington Post Helping Hand”

To donate to Sasha Bruce Youthwork by mail, send a check payable to “Sasha Bruce Youthwork” to Sasha Bruce Youthwork, 741 Eighth St. SE, Washington, D.C. 20003. Attention: James Beck. Please note “Helping Hand” on the memo line.

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Read about Sasha Bruce Youthwork in The Washington Post:

Teens facing the streets find a warm embrace

Troubled teens find a lifeline at Sasha Bruce Youthwork

A little bit of Seoul for a once-homeless District youth

Helping to make homelessness history

Warm gestures on a cold night

Plugging back in after dropping out of high school