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Abilities Network

A nonprofit organization assisting individuals with all abilities and their families in achieving their personal goals and reaching their maximum potential.
ID Number : 11630
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American Red Cross National Capital Chapter

The American Red Cross National Capital Chapter helps the people of our community prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies that may be local, state-level, national, or international in nature.
ID Number : 17567
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Brainfood is an approach to youth development that uses food preparation to stimulate the cognitive, creative, professional, and social skills of young people in DC public schools. Founded on the belief that food is an invaluable means to reach people, create community, and affect change, Brainfood uses food and the culinary arts field as a mechanism to strengthen the potential and confidence of its participants -- both in and out of the kitchen. Brainfood creates a safe haven, which provides young people with a locus for social support and sense of achievement.
ID Number : 5831
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Capital Alumni Toastmasters of Washington, DC

CATM offers a public speaking skills program for busy, young professionals using a unique, updated agenda and streamlined version of the traditional Toastmasters Int'l format. Wine is served and toasts are offered at the start of each meeting, contributing to a relaxed and enjoyable environment.
ID Number : 22731
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Community Council for the Homeless at Friendship Place

CCH/FP enables people in the upper northwest area of the District of Columbia who are, have been, or are at risk of being homeless to rebuild and sustain their lives with the involvement of the community.
ID Number : 9131
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D.C. Central Kitchen

The D. C. Central Kitchen, Inc. is a non-profit, tax exempt 501(c)(3) corporation founded in January 20, 1989 on the premise that waste is wrong, be it food, money, or the potential for productive lives.
425 Second Street, NWWashington, D.C. 20001
Tel: 202-234-0707

ID Number : 11199
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D.C. Employment Justice Center

The mission of the D.C. Employment Justice Center is to secure and enforce the rights of low-income workers in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area by providing legal assistance on employment law matters to the working poor, and by supporting a local workers' rights movement, bringing together low-wage workers and advocates for the poor, to foster a more just community in our nation's capital. WORKERS' RIGHTS CLINIC EVERY WEDNESDAY FROM 6-8 P.M. AT BREAD FOR THE CITY, 1525 7TH ST. NW IN DC.
ID Number : 9816
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 1  D.C. Urban Gardeners

The D.C. Urban Gardener Association is an all-volunteer service organization whose mission is to promote sustainable gardening practices and environmental stewardship in the District of Columbia.
Show Details | Visit Page | ID Number : 23626
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Davis Memorial Goodwill Industries

Providing job training and placement services for people with disabilities and barriers to employment in the Washington metropolitan area.
ID Number : 5412
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DC Action for Children

DC Action for Children is an independent, non-profit advocacy organization dedicated to improving conditions for children, youth and families in the District of Columbia. Our mission is to publicize, organize and educate in order to improve conditions for children and families in the District of Columbia. DC ACT publishes legislative updates, newsletters, public education pieces and engages in a number of outreach activities. Located at 1616 P St. NW, Suite 420, WDC 20036. (202) 234-9404, (202) 234-9108 fax.
ID Number : 8396
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DC Family Policy Seminar

The mission of DC Family Policy Seminar (DCFPS) is to provide District policymakers with accurate, relevant, nonpartisan, and timely information and policy options concerning issues affecting children and families. DCFPS is a collaborative project of the Georgetown Public Policy Institute and its affiliate, the National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health.
ID Number : 4334
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DC Pride

DC Pride is nothing more than an informal agreement between a group of Washington, DC area clubs, bars, organizations, and other entities to get together and share the costs and benefits of a full-featured World Wide Web presence. It was started in April 1997by the Centaur Motorcycle Club, the Highwaymen TNT, and the DC Eagle. DC Pride has no formal organization, no constitution, no bylaws, and no officers. This page is maintained by the DC Pride WebMaster. Other pages are maintained by the member's own WebMasters.
ID Number : 172
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 2  Dupont Speaks Toastmasters Club -- Dupont Circle, Washington, DC

Do you want to feel more confident when speaking before a group? Do you want to take your delivery from so-so to stimulating? Do you want to reap the invaluable benefits that effective public speaking can bring to your career and personal life? Dupont Speaks is a culturally, professionally diverse Toastmasters club that meets noon to 1pm the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at One Dupont Circle to "just do it" -- practice public speaking, evaluation, and meeting facilitation techniques. Our members include public speaking award winners as well as first-time public speakers. Join us at our next meeting. We're a lunchtime club so feel free to bring your lunch.

Since 1924 Toastmasters International has helped millions of men and women become more successful speakers. Why not you? For more information, visit or email

Show Details | Visit Page | ID Number : 22783
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Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative

Resources to aid families stuggling with the stresses that can lead to child abuse and neglect.
ID Number : 4739
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For The Smiles Of Children

Hosts the Annual Christmas Dinner For Needy Children.Underprivileged children enjoy a sit in Christmas Dinner with all the trimmings,and recieve a Christmas present.Help us bring a smile to the faceof a child.Your kind and graceous donations have brought great success andhappiness for the children.We thank You,so very much for You aid.
ID Number : 8844
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donate and buy used clothes. We're about job training and placement programs, special events, custodial contract services, the largest used car dealership in the District of Columbia, and much more.
ID Number : 15348
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GreenStreets Initiative

Community based urban forestry program with an educational component in the Mount Pleasant/Columbia Heights neighborhoods of Washington, DC.
ID Number : 6514
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Latin American Youth Center

Latino and Multicultural Youth CenterNon-Profit Organization
ID Number : 6526
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 3  Marshall Heights Community Development Organization Inc.

The WHCDO website promotes and advertises free services available to community residents. It also highlights local events occurring in the Lloyd D. Smith Center. Some services offered are: mortgage help, emergency services, foreclosure counseling, and home buyer education.
Show Details | Visit Page | ID Number : 24448
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Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Washington, D.C. Chapter

The mission of Mothers Against Drunk Driving is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this crime, and prevent underage drinking. This chapter was launched in February of 2001. Our charge is to reach out to the entire Washington community and make MADD's programs and services available to all.
ID Number : 16394
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 4  Mount Vernon Triangle Community Improvement District

The MVT Community Improvement District is committed to enhancing the quality of life for residents, visitors, employees, and property owners by providing clean, safe, economic development, and marketing services to this burgeoning area.
Show Details | Visit Page | ID Number : 24311
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Rebuilding Together

Rebuilding Together with Christmas in April is the nation's largest volunteer organization preserving and revitalizing low-income houses and communities.
ID Number : 20278
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 5  Safe Shores - The DC Children's Advocacy Center

Safe Shore – The D.C. Children’s Advocacy Center is a direct service nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and working directly with child victims of sexual and physical abuse in the District of Columbia. Through its child-friendly facility and multidisciplinary team approach, Safe Shores coordinates the work of medical and mental health providers, social services professionals, victim advocates, law enforcement, and prosecution officials to reduce and promote healing for child victims of abuse.
Show Details | Visit Page | ID Number : 24293
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We are a social, membership organization of Texans, expatriates. The 31 member Texas Congressional delegation are all members and we hostmany activities thru out the year. Additionally, since we are non-partisianwe host, every 4 years, the Texas State Society Black Tie & Boots Inaugural Ball. This is a 96 year old and very solvent organization.
ID Number : 14381
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United Planning Organization - UPO

The United Planning Organization, the designated community action agency for Washington, D.C., is a private nonprofit human service corporation that, in keeping with its corporate mission, plans, coordinates, and implements human service programs in the Nation's Capital. UPO's rich history launched December 10, 1962 when the agency was born via gifts from both Ford and Meyer Foundation grants that were awarded to plan, initiate and support long range programs for the entire Metropolitan Washington, DC area.
ID Number : 22643
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Washington Peace Center

Anti-racist social justice nonprofit providing education and action resources to D.C. area community activists, neighborhood groups and organizations working for nonviolent social change.
ID Number : 8903
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