il Pavilion Project
By Alecia Humphreys | Images supplied
THE YOUNG WOMEN OF THE VP EXCHANGED WHITE GLOVES FOR WORK GLOVES TO ASSIST RAINBOW VILLAGE THIS YEAR.
t takes a village,” and Rainbow Village – a nonprofit that provides safe, affordable and accessible housing for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities – is proud to partner with the individuals behind the Veiled Prophet Community Service Initiative.
“The wonderful people of the VP Community Service Initiative remind me of the foundational leaders [of Rainbow Village] back in the ’70s,” says Joanna Jones-Raymond, Rainbow Village’s director of development. “They were influential community leaders and compassionate families who shined a light on what was needed. They not only gave of finances – which is how we keep the lights on and roofs repaired – but also invested of personal effort and physical labor. It has been really incredible for us to watch history repeating itself – all for our community’s most vulnerable population.”
JANUARY 3, 2020 | LadueNews.com