A Christian nonprofit organization providing help for the homeless & those in need through emergency housing & prevention services leading to self reliance
CORE VALUES Good Shepherd Alliance stands on Christian principles; seeking God’s guidance through prayer and operating with the utmost of integrity and humility. We seek to be transparent in operation and responsible in stewardship, always with respect and appreciation for all who serve and are served through our mission. MISSION STATEMENT Good Shepherd Alliance is a Christian non-profit organization providing help and hope for the homeless and those in need through emergency and transitional housing and outreach services leading to self-sufficiency and self-worth. VISION We will be passionate about advocating for those in need and seek to be best at providing opportunities for self-sufficiency to families and individuals. We will work to engage our community to support these endeavors; joining with us in spirit and through their financial support as well as volunteerism. Our economic plan will include the operation of thrift stores, seeking of private grants and fundraisers.
The Good Shepherd Alliance came into existence when a pastor began taking homeless people into his own home over twenty years ago. The first year he took in over 14 homeless youth, working with the local Sheriffs department. This began the process of organizing the community in establishing the first organized homeless shelter called Loudoun County Emergency Housing Alliance. This predecessor to The Good Shepherd Alliance began raising funds to house the homeless for a short time at a local area motel. Area developers then became involved by allowing use of vacant residences in the spirit of mutual responsibility in addressing this problem. Over the years, The Good Shepherd Alliance grew, obtaining property, growing its distinguished Board of Directors, hiring professional staff and establishing solid, coordinated programs to address not only housing, but the problems that cause and surround homelessness. Today, with a tremendous capacity to serve the community like never before, The Good Shepherd Alliance currently has five homes, our headquarters in Ashburn, and four thrift stores in Loudoun County, Virginia. What began as providing much-needed shelter has grown into a goal oriented intensive case management approach to self-sufficiency available to all of our housing residents. In addition, we have numerous outreach programs to assist families in need through our food pantry, counseling and case management services, and thrift store voucher program. By the grace of God and through the generosity, care and concern from our community members, this year we touched the lives of over 118 shelter residents, 1,400 families in need, and over 700 volunteers.
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On behalf of the Board of Directors and the entire staff at the Good Shepherd Alliance, we want to thank all of the participants who helped make this year’s Annual Charity Golf Event the best ever! Thanks to the generosity of the golfers who participated: from the local business community who supported us with gift cards and in-kind donations to the individual donors and sponsors who made financial contributions - - we were able to raise over $24,000. Without your support this would not have been possible. The best part is that we put all of the proceeds into our programs to help eradicate homelessness in Loudoun County.
Special thanks to our major sponsors: Our Platinum Sponsor - Merritt Properties; Our Lunch Sponsor - Mitchell & Co., P.C.; and our Gold Sponsors - IT Cadre and GB Network Systems and Security. As we continue to pursue our mission to help serve the homeless in Loudoun County, we are thankful for your generous support. We are privileged to be part of a community that comes together to fill such tremendous needs in our County.
Our thanks to all of you and please know how grateful we are for your continued support. We look forward to seeing you again next year!
Today is giving day for #GiveChoose2019 presented by the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties
Help us reach our giving day goal to help struggling families and those experiencing homeless in our communities with essential shelter and case management. Visit our giving page at www.givechoose.org/thegoodshepherdallianceinc to help make a difference.
givechoose.org The Good Shepherd Alliance is a Christian non-profit organization providing help and hope for the homeless and those in need through emergency and transitional housing and outreach services leading to self-sufficiency and self-worth.
It’s beautiful day for a golf tournament!
ONGOING EXTERIOR BUILDING MAINTENANCE IN OUR RECEIVING AREA IS FORCING US TO HAVE TO CLOSE DONATIONS. WE WILL LOOK TO OPEN AS SOON AS PHYSICALLY-POSSIBLE.
WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.
PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES
OUR DONATION CENTER WILL BE CLOSED TODAY DUE TO BUILDING MAINTENANCE. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.
WE WILL REOPEN TOMORROW SATURDAY MAY 4, 2019 10am-5pm
THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION AND SUPPORT
This is an excellent and thorough report on the state of our community. It is worth a read.
"Approximately 26% of homeless single adults are employed, and 47% of homeless families have at least one employed adult. These statistics reflect the lived realities of much of Loudoun County's workforce: Their income constraints do not allow them to find affordable housing within the county."
Today we release our new publication, The Profiles of Loudoun: The Numbers Behind the Faces of Loudoun. This meta-analysis, prompted by the Faces of Loudoun community service campaign, uses local data to highlight needs and solutions in our community. Learn more at http://CommunityFoundationLF.org/Profiles
Give Choose presented by Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties is less than a week away on Tuesday, May 7th! Early giving has begun and we need you to help us meet our goal of raising $10,000 to support our mission of assisting those struggling through homelessness find their path to self-sufficiency.
To make a gift, visit our giving page at www.givechoose.org/TheGoodShepherdAllianceInc
Curious to learn more about how our programs individually impact the lives of those we serve?
Read our testimonials and stories at http://goodshepherdalliance.org/how-we-serve/stories-and-testimonials/
goodshepherdalliance.org Testimonials “I was at a very low point in my life. I had so many things – life stressors – that were piling up. I had a low-paying job with 2 boys who were dependent on me to take care of them. My case manager was awesome – she helped me accomplish my goals. I … Continued
We’re only a few days out now and we want to wish everyone out there a Happy Easter!
We would also like to give a special thank you to Floris United Methodist Church for their generous donation of these wonderful Easter baskets for the kids staying at our shelters. These are sure to spark some joyous smiles this Sunday.
Want to get involved, but not sure exactly how? Here is a great opportunity for you!
Join our fundraising team on CrowdRise and use your personal network to help raise funds in support of those who are either near-homeless or currently experiencing homelessness in our community.
We are currently on challenge #3 and need your help to meet our goal. The top two fundraising organizations through April 8th will receive a $5,000 grant.
All proceeds will be used in support of our Six Steps to Self-Sufficiency Housing Program providing critical shelter and intensive case management services to those in crisis.
Please Like, Share, and help spread the word!
crowdrise.com The Good Shepherd Alliance is a Christian nonprofit that has served the homeless (and near-homeless) in Loudoun County, Virginia since 1983. Today, our services help more than 3,000 men, women and children each year. We provide almost 10,000 bed nights. Since 2007, The Good Shepherd Alliance has ope...
Our personal supply collection consists of diapers, wipes, and other every day items such as deodorant, tooth paste, floss, shaving cream, razors, and various other items donated to us. These items are available for individuals who come to us through our outreach efforts as well as those staying in our shelters.
These items can be dropped off at our Center of Hope at 20684 Ashburn Rd. or conveniently at one of our Hope’s Treasures thrift stores.
Did you know that we have a dry good pantry at our Center of Hope location in Ashburn? We use this pantry to help those living in our emergency shelter and transitional homes.
If you would like to donate canned goods or other dry food items we will gladly accept them at our Hope’s Treasures locations in Ashburn, Sterling, and Leesburg.
We just love seeing the youth in our community find unique ways to get involved and help their community.
Iloom has donated linens for use in our shelters and set up a school box at Purcellville for donations in support of our shelters.
Check out their page at https://www.facebook.com/iloom.org/?ref=bookmarks and website at www.iloom.org
[02/19/19] Due to tomorrow’s inclement weather our administrative and case management offices and Hope’s Treasures thrift stores will be closed.
Happy Valentine's Day from everyone here at GSA!
Our case managers put these little gifts together for our shelter guests. Cards were donated courtesy of Crossview Bible Fellowship.
We hope everyone has a great day!
Spring time is right around the corner and that means we are assessing our needs and beginning plans for our spring and summer volunteer projects.
If you or your company are looking for volunteer projects, look no further! Big or small, we take volunteer groups of all shapes and sizes. Give us a call at (703) 724-1555 and we can work together to make a difference in our community.
URGENT SHELTER NEEDS:
Our shelters are currently in need of the following items:
A donation of these items will be put be put to use immediately by those living in our shelters and will provide immediate relief. Items can be donated either at our Center of Hope headquarters at 20684 Ashburn Rd. or at our Leesburg and Sterling Hope's Treasures thrift stores. Thank you so much for your kindness and consideration.
This past weekend our emergency shelter was given a little “facelift” in a few key areas thanks to the American Heritage Girl “Stars and Stripes” project. One of the girls involved spent about a year coordinating this project, which included a total of 18 volunteers over the course of two days.
Thank you very much for all of your hard work and effort to helping our shelter shine for those who stay with us in their time of need.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Due to current road conditions and incoming inclement weather, Hope's Treasures Ashburn as well as our Administrative and Case Management offices will be closed for the remainder of the day. Our offices will re-open again on Monday at 9 a.m.
Sterling Hope's Treasures will be closing at 11 a.m.
Nancy Bruno, with a new church in Loudoun County named Terraforma Church, set up two days of service in December to volunteer in our Hope's Treasures store and clean up around our office building here in Ashburn.
Part of their mission is an effort they call "Scatter and Serve" which is designed to serve in the community not only physically, but monetarily as well.
Helping others is contagious! The night before their project, they went out to dinner together. As they were discussing their plans, their restaurant server overhead the conversation and was interested in helping. This server and his significant other surprised them by coming to volunteer the next day. They have also signed up to volunteer in March.
Thank you to Nancy and all who served those two days at our location in Ashburn. We look forward to seeing you all once again this spring!
"Life's most persistent and urgent question is, What are you doing for others?"
- Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Good Shepherd Alliance is always in need of volunteers at Hope's Treasures Ashburn, Hope's Treasures Leesburg, and Sterling Hope's Treasures, as well as our shelter locations. Volunteers are a critical driving force behind the success of every nonprofit and afford them the opportunity to expand their impact on the community they serve.
If you're interested in volunteering with us, give us a call at (703) 724-1555 ext. 100 or contact each store directly at:
Ashburn: (703) 724-1555 ext. 110
Sterling: (703) 444-5956
Leesburg: (703) 777-5536
The Good Shepherd Alliance is a Christian Nonprofit organization currently looking to fill the position of
in our Hope’s Treasures retail thrift shop located in Sterling, Va.
We are currently accepting new applications only!
This position requires at least 1 year of retail management experience. You should have experience in managing employees and customer service. You will be responsible for personnel management, merchandising and loss prevention. Other duties include opening and closing of store, maintaining merchandise rotation and general store maintenance.
You must be able to pass a criminal background check and a drug test.
Please email resume to: [email protected]
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Hope's Treasures Ashburn
Good Shepherd Alliance would like to thank the Blue Ridge Eagles for their donation!!
We would like to send a big THANK YOIU Junior Troop 4523 of Service Unit 70-15 and their leaders, Ebony and Vannessa, on their efforts to help those we serve this holiday season.
"The girls decided to partner their holiday community service event with their Savy Shopper badge which teaches the girls all about "wants" versus "needs", creating a budget and making smart shopping choices. They all met at Giant and worked together to shop for items that the shelter needed while making good choices to ensure that they got the most for their budget. The girls were so happy to support the shelter and plan to continue to give back throughout the year."
We appreciate all of the efforts that went into this project and it is always great to see our community come together to help one another in a time of need.
[01/14/19] Due to the snow we will be closed today along with our Hope’s Treasures locations. We hope everyone has a blessed day and stays safe.
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