Keeping the Momentum Going While Learning From Home

We have officially entered a new year and have waved a long, heartfelt good-bye to the rollercoaster that was 2020. The second half of the school year is difficult enough, starting off during the winter months and entering the season of final exams and finalizing applications for fall admission to college. So, while 2020 is […]

A Different Kind of Christmas

Tomorrow is Christmas Day, but things are quite different this year. Experts have discouraged households from intermingling during the holidays as temperatures have dropped and outdoor gatherings are more and more difficult. They also say that we are in the homestretch of this virus’s domination across the country, with vaccines currently being distributed. But that […]

Ways You Can Stay Involved from a Distance

Things are really looking different not just for Americans, but all around the world. It’s hard to imagine that just about a year ago, we were planning Christmas parties and holiday gatherings in a setting without masks, social distancing or over-sized bottles of sanitizer. For some, the changes and restrictions have been lonely, causing many […]

Creating a Financial Plan During Hard Times

We may be approaching “the most wonderful time of the year,” but as the coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the country (and the world), it is difficult, for some, to embrace the holidays this year. The health crisis has torn apart families, uprooted educational systems, politically divided the nation and has most of the country […]

LEAP Foundation DC Announces Scholarship Recipient, Malcolm Norman

LEAP Foundation DC is pleased to present a $2,500 scholarship to Malcolm Norman in support of his educational advancement in the medical field, specifically in psychiatry and anesthesiology. The unrestricted funds are expected to be used for application, interview and travel expenses, as well as other costs that have traditionally served as a barrier for […]