FY 2015 Impact Report
A Message from Our Board Chair and CEO
Cornerstones is grateful to the many partners and caring individuals who enable our work, and is proud to present this snapshot of our impact in 2015. Looking back, we reflect on the key drivers and trends that determine our work today and in the future. Read More>>
Cornerstones served 15,502 individuals including 4,506 families and 8,163 children. 
Stability is about meeting critical human need when it is on your doorstep - shelter, hunger, eviction, utility shut-off, illness, unemployment and abuse by offering control to clients in times of crisis. Read more>>
Empowerment is about support after the crisis, offering a choice of resources such as a coach/case manager, job search and readiness support, financial counseling and other opportunities to guide clients toward long-term success. Read more>>
Hope is about helping people see a future for themselves, addressing generational poverty, and building strong, healthy and connected
communities. Read more>>
More than 5,000 volunteers provided over 30,000 hours of service valued at $840,000.
The day my daughter and I came to Cornerstones through the Embry Rucker Community Shelter would forever change our lives - and at the time I had no idea to what extent. Read more>>

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Impact Report.

Cornerstones has established a record of success by wisely investing to maximize the impact of our programs. For a full copy of our most recent audited financial statements,
please email finance@cornerstonesva.org. Read more>>