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Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf

We are looking for volunteers to help us at our national headquarters, located in historic Georgetown (Washington, DC). Our mission is to serve individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families by "advocating independence through listening and talking". Please contact our office for more information.
ID Number : 5542
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Capital Research Center

Capital Research Center (CRC) was established in 1984 to study non-profit organizations, with a special focus on reviving the American traditions of charity, philanthropy, and voluntarism. CRC specializes in analyzing organizations that promote the growth of the welfare state — now almost universally recognized as a failure — and in identifying viable private alternatives to government welfare programs.
ID Number : 15094
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Davis Memorial Goodwill Industries

Davis Memorial Goodwill Industries provides training, education and employment services and programs for people with disabilities and other barriers to employment within the Washington metropolitan area.
ID Number : 4379
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Greater DC Cares

Greater DC Cares (is the largest volunteer coordinator in the Washington, DC area, connecting individual, family and business volunteers with nonprofits in the District, Maryland and Virginia. Programs and events include Greater DC Cares Day--A Servathon, the Greater Washington Business Philanthropy Summit, Business Shares and Family Matters.
ID Number : 5247
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When we were planning this service we knew two principal activities would occur here-interactivity and the process of change-hence the name The World Wide Web has contained within it thousands, if not millions, of interactive tools/technology enabling a person, family, community, organization, nation, continent, world to bring about Social Change.
ID Number : 12630
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National Association to Restore Pride in America's Capital

NARPAC, Inc. was formed in 1996 because a small group of concernedcitizens in the Washington, DC area believe that the nation's capital has become a national disgrace, and that it will take national attention andaction to restore pride in it as a symbol of our hopes and dreams for the future. If this is your first visit, click on the screen image or this link to begin.
ID Number : 3476
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National Service in DC

Find out how the Corporation for National Service, the small federal agency, is making a different in the District of Columbia through AmeriCorps, Senior Corps and Learn and Serve America
ID Number : 7415
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Peace Corps : Washington D.C. Regional Office

The history of the Peace Corps is the story of tens of thousands of people who have served as Volunteers since 1961. Their experiences -- in the villages, towns, and cities of more than 130 countries -- have composed a legacy of service that has become part of America's history...Read More 1525 Wilson Blvd., Suite 250, Arlington, VA 22209 Tel : (703) 235-9191
ID Number : 6876
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