The Mission of Family Service of Roanoke Valley is to transform lives by healing trauma and restoring hope for families and individuals of all ages through mental health counseling, case management and life skills education. The organization began in 1901. Currently, COVID-19 presents the organization's clients with new sources of trauma and stress, in addition to those that originally prompted them to seek our services. FSRV does so much fundraising because many clients are either under-insured or have no insurance at all.
Family Service of Roanoke Valley is asking us to rally our friends, family, and networks to support their work. By making a donation to our duo, you will help support more Family Service Counseling, Youth Development, Guardianship, and Personal Affairs Management services for the Roanoke Valley. We are hoping to raise needed funding that is currently lacking due to the COVID-19 crisis. This funding will go towards restoring health and hope in our community.
Please consider supporting our Celebrity Champion Duo and giving to Family Service of Roanoke Valley!
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Jenna Zibton is the Junior League of Roanoke Valley (JLRV) President. She joined the organization 10 years ago because of a passion for making the community better and the JLRV mission of promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Jenna also gets up at 2:30 a.m. as a morning anchor for WSLS 10 News. She is an Emmy award-winning journalist and has been honored multiple times for her work in the community. Through her stories and JLRV work, Jenna has seen the importance of Family Service of Roanoke Valley services and encourages you to donate!
Katie Jones serves as Executive Vice President of the Junior League of Roanoke Valley (JLRV), a 94-year old organization focused on promoting women, developing leaders, and investing in our community. A member of JLRV since 2013, she spends hundreds of hours volunteering each year to make our region a better place. She works as a freelance communications specialist, and formerly held key positions in public relations with the New York Philharmonic and with a firm in New Orleans. Katie strongly supports mental health care as a community priority, especially during COVID-19, and encourages you to support the great work of Family Service of Roanoke Valley!