DC Trust Says Farewell

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

As you know the DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation, also known as the DC Trust, officially dissolved effective September 30, 2016. Staff are currently in the final stages of the wind-down, working to ensure that all programmatic and final obligations are met. We will shut our doors at our office space, 1400 16th Street, on October 31, 2016.

After October 31st, you may contact the following offices/individuals if you have questions about the ongoing work:

For all other inquiries, please contact Rachel Joseph, Chief of Staff, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services at rachel.joseph@dc.gov.

We know that this past year has been filled with transitions, uncertainty and a few hiccups. We are extremely grateful for your patience, understanding and willingness to work with us to better serve the children, youth and families of the District of Columbia.

We would like to thank Mayor Bowser, Deputy Mayor Brenda Donald, and Rachel Joseph for working with us and for their unwavering commitment to ensure that there was no disruption in programming for children, youth and families in the city during this time of transition and wind-down.

And finally, we would like to extend our deepest appreciation to the entire board and staff of the DC Trust for their utmost professionalism and commitment to this work during this difficult time.

It has been our honor and privilege to serve families in the D.C. community over the last 17 years, and we look forward to the exciting work ahead.

Best wishes,

Marie Johns
Chair of the Board of Directors

Angela Jones Hackley
Interim Executive Director