Volunteer Opportunities in DC

:. Volunteer Opportunities

Have you been wondering where to go to help others and improve the community we live in? Here are some places where you can help:

  • Miriam's Kitchen
    2401 Virginia Avenue NW
    Helps homeless people in the Washington area through breakfast programs to case management programs.


  • Capital Area Food Bank
    645 Taylor St. NE
    The largest public, non-profit food and nutrition education resource in the D.C. Metro Area.


  • Greater DC Cares
    1725 I Street, NW, Suite 200
    Bridges community resident's skills, time, and goods with community needs to improve lives and strengthen D.C. region.


  • American Hospice Foundation
    2120 L Street, NW, Suite 200
    Supports programs that serve the needs of the terminally ill and grieving individuals of all ages.


  • National Alliance to End Homelessness
    1518 K Street NW, Suite 206
    Its mission is to mobilize the nonprofit, public and private sectors of society in an alliance to end homelessness.


  • The National Park Foundation
    11 Dupont Circle NW, Suite 600
    Chartered by Congress in 1967, NPF's mission is to raise private support for National Parks, and to build a broad community of people who care about their parks.


  • American Red Cross
    2025 E Street, NW

:. Donation and Support

Consider a donation of support through one of these sites:

  • Center for Community Change
    1000 Wisconsin Ave. NW
    CCC is committed to reducing poverty and rebuilding low income communities.


  • Resources for the Future
    1616 P Street, NW
    An independent institute analyzing environmental, energy, and natural resource policies.


  • Goodwill of Greater Washington
    It's mission is to educate, train, employ and place people with disadvantages and disabilities, creating a stronger workforce and a more vital community while building dignity for the people we serve through the removal of barriers to personal success.


  • Cars4Charities
    An overview of the benefits of donating a car in DC, including links to DC charities represented by cars4charities.


:. Other Volunteering and Charity Resources

More information about volunteer activities and charity organizations in Washington D.C.:

  • dosomething.org
    – a volunteer network. Type in your zipcode and find many ways you can help in the DC area.
  • KSD Partners
    An international fundraising and management consulting firm committed to helping non-profit organizations achieve their development goals.
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