Wednesday, March 22, 2023
Parents can learn about sexting, sextortion, tactics used on minors, who to call, resources, and what action to take if their teen becomes a financial-sextortion victim. Panelists included FBI Supervisory Special Agent Barbara Smith, Fairfax County Police Child Exploitation Detective Justin Urbaniak, and National Center for Missing & Exploited Children’s Director of Survivor Services Kathryn Rifenbark.
Currently most in need are: Canned fruit cocktail and mandarin oranges (no sugar preferred), canned mixed vegetables (low salt preferred), vegetable oil, hot cereal (oatmeal, grits), canned stewed tomatoes (low salt preferred), Maseca flour, sugar, pancake mix, canned pasta, canned beans (kidney, garbanzo, great northern), and ketchup, mustard and mayonnaise (family sizes).
Toiletries needed are shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion, toothpaste, baby wipes, diapers (sizes 5 & 6), and Pull-Ups (toddler sizes 4T & 5T).
Donations may be dropped off at WFCM’s pantry at 4511 Daly Drive, Suite H annex, in Chantilly, Monday-Friday, 8-10 a.m., or the second Saturday of each month, 9-11 a.m. Drive to the back door.