May Newsletter



To Restore, Inspire, and Empower the family unit through coaching, mentorship, and education;

Improving lives and strengthening communities. 

Welcome to the G3CS monthly newsletter.  We are excited to have an opportunity to let you know all we have going on this month!

2019 has been a whirlwind for G3CS up to this point.  We have made some amazing strides, and we have seen our community come together in big ways already this year.  We even received recognition from the Stafford Board for our EYM program.  We’d like to thank all of our school administration, partner, students, and volunteers who make EYM possible! You are the backbone of what we do at G3CS.

Our Bridge program is winding down as our current crop of high school seniors prepares to graduate from the program and from their time at their respective high schools.  We are so proud of the work they have accomplished, and we look forward to their continued successes.

Our first Stafford County Comics and Collectibles community event was a great success!  Thank you to all those involved!  Nearly 200 people turned up to the Stafford Regional Airport to experience some all around family fun while learning more about art, reading, story telling, and much more.  Thank you to our vendors Treasure Chest Comics, Gateway Comics, The Card Cellar, and Koi Tea for helping to make such an enjoyable event for everyone.  Be sure to support our local small businesses and see all they have to offer!  We are looking forward to doing it all again next year.

As always, our belief in changing lives in our community takes a passionate and combined effort.  We are looking for mentors and volunteers who are passionate to make positive change in our community.  Please e-mail us at to find out how you can be involved.


EYM at Garrisonnville – 5/1, 5/8

EYM at Hampton Oaks – 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/31

EYM at Kate Waller Barrett – 5/6, 5/13, 5/20

EYM Sunday 5/19

*Early Release 5/24

The Bridge Program – 5/25

*No School 5/27



Our Founder, Vernon Green Jr., was recently highlighted for the work of G3Community Services, in an article on Potomac Local.  Click the picture below to read about G3CS’ impact on our local community.