ⓘ Bragg Hill Family Life Center

                                     

ⓘ Bragg Hill Family Life Center

Bragg Hill Family Life Center is a local nonprofit organization based in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Its mission is "to provide assistance to the area’s at-risk youth and economically deprived citizens with special emphasis on total growth and development of the community.” The organization is a tax exempt, faith-based community center that provides programs and services to underprivileged youth, families, and individuals in Fredericksburg and its surrounding counties.

                                     
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