Everybody Wins! DC Events

Mentor Mixer on January 24, 2018! (opens in new tab/window)

By Rachael Walker / Published: 01/15/2018

EW!DC Gala Celebration 2017 (opens in new tab/window)

By EW!DC / Published: 11/01/2016

2016 Scramble Golf Tournament (opens in new tab/window)

By Anne Lee / Published: 05/17/2016

Book Fair to Benefit EW!DC and WRCF (opens in new tab/window)

By EW!DC / Published: 04/13/2016

Redskins Player, Alfred Morris, Visits Thomson Elementary

By EW!DC / Published: 11/23/2015

The cafeteria at Thomson Elementary School hummed with excitement as more than 100 students and several Reading Mentors waited for Alfred Morris, a Running Back for the Washington Redskins, as well as two Redskins cheerleaders, to arrive. On Monday, November 23rd, EW!DC partnered with the Redskins Charitable Foundation to host a player reading and Thanksgiving craft for the Power Lunch students at Thomson. This event was a wonderful opportunity for students and mentors to reflect on gratitude this Thanksgiving week. 


Morris, with the help of Rachel, a 2nd grader at Thomson, read “Have You Filled A Bucket Today?” by Carol McCloud. Students learned how doing and saying nice things for others fills their buckets, while negative actions drain buckets. When Morris asked the students if they wanted to be bucket fillers, he was greeted with a resounding “YES!” from the students. He also asked the students to think about ways they could fill someone’s bucket- telling your mentors ‘thank you,’ playing with your little sister, and holding the door for someone- were just a few of the responses he got.

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