Former Redskins head coach Joe Gibbs and several business and political leaders cut the ribbon on Youth for Tomorrow’s new Bristow, VA, campus last week. The new 5k SF home, named the Laura-Louise House, can house up to 36 girls ages 11 to 17 who are survivors of sex trafficking. Joe founded the organization 29 years ago to assist at-risk youth. The campus now hosts five residential programs, including one that’s nationally recognized for young sex traffic victims. The residence, a $750k investment, was built by HomeAid Northern Virginia’s “Builder Captain” Stanley Martin Homes and over 110 trade partners, who donated labor, expertise and resources.