The LIFEworks Project currently serves Waynesboro, Staunton, Augusta County, Harrisonburg, and Rockingham County. Let us know if we can serve YOU.
The LIFEworks Project provides practical support for those needing assistance to live better lives.
The LIFEworks Project vision is to impact the community initiatives of homelessness, advocacy, and food justice. Our goal is the development of a day shelter and community center addressing food insecurity, social support, and wraparound services for neighbors needing assistance to thrive.
The goal of LIFEworks is to provide
positive, practical supports in our community. Along with our own initiatives, we are happy to join wheels that are already turning and support them to create better outcomes for those in need.
LIFEworks has a working board which means that we don't shy away from getting our hands dirty.
Adrienne Young is a Case Manager at the local Community Services Board. She also worked for over 13 years as the Family Programming Coordinator at the Waynesboro Public Library creating literacy events and learning opportunities for children and families in the City of Waynesboro.
Adrienne, local advocate and activist for social justice and equity, was a founding member of the Poor People’s Campaign of Shenandoah Valley, served on the board of the Virginia Network for Democracy and Environmental Rights and is a member of Virginia Organizing.