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100 Black Men of Greater Washington DCThe 100” of Greater Washington, DC is a 501(c )(3) organization focusing on African-American youth, and aims to make a difference in the lives of young people through its signature programs of mentoring, education, economic empowerment, health & wellness, and leadership development.
11th Street Bridge ParkThe 11th Street Bridge Park will be D.C.'s first elevated public park located on the piers of the old 11th Street Bridge spanning the Anacostia River.
826DC826DC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting students ages 6-18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write.
AARP FoundationAARP Foundation works to ensure that low-income vulnerable older Americans have nutritious food, affordable housing, a steady income, and strong and sustaining social bonds. We collaborate with individuals and organizations who share a commitment to innovation and our passion for problem-solving.
AARP Legal Counsel for the ElderlyAARP Legal Counsel for the Elderly (LCE) provides free legal and social work services for District residents age 60 and older. Assisting with civil legal cases such as landlord/tenant issues, consumer fraud, long-term care, estate planning, and public benefits and general services.
a cleaner ward 7Community anti-litter organization in Ward 7 Washington D.C
AFS CapitalWe offer international exchange programs in 40 countries through a global network of independent organizations, with a professionally staffed office and dedicated volunteers. We’ve been facilitating life-changing opportunities for more than 70 yrs with an exemplary record of safety and service.
After-School All-Star DCAfter-School All-Stars (ASAS) DC offers free comprehensive after-school services to middle school students in Title I schools in DC. ASAS provides both academic support and meaningful enrichment opportunities.
Age-Friendly DCAge-Friendly DC is a coordinated, comprehensive, and collective-action effort whose goal is to ensure that all DC residents are active, connected, healthy, engaged and happy in their environment. The District’s Age-Friendly effort is starting with a focus on adults age 50 and older.
Age-In-PlaceOur services includes yard work and house cleaning - for free to older adults. AIP can make the difference in whether seniors stay in their homes or must find alternative living arrangements. Volunteers also spend time in conversation with each client and provide social support.