FBWE Village Enters Into an Agreement for Office Space
Published on 3/11/2014
The Foggy Bottom West End Village (FBWEV) announced on March 10, 2014, that they have agreed to open office space in St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on K Street in Washington, DC.
While fulfilling its mission as a neighborhood nonprofit volunteer/membership organization that provides services and social activities to help residents live independently for the long term, FBWEV began delivering services October 1, 2013, while carefully looking for a “home” for their new endeavor.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, K Street, is an urban Anglo-Catholic parish founded in 1866. The Parish has been a leader in the Foggy Bottom West End community and is a staunch supporter of FBWEV. Since the FBWEV grand opening, the Parish has graciously allowed the Village to use its common areas for numerous programs and events.
With the financial assistance of Planned Unit Development money from George Washington University, FBWEV will be able to refurbish, furnish, and set up the office space so that the Village can more easily service their members and volunteers.
All parties involved look forward to having a Village within the Parish to further the mission of the FBWEV. An open house to view the new facility is scheduled for April, 2014.