A gift to the Catalogue has a huge multiplier effect. It helps us help over 350 great, vetted, local charities. We have raised for our network of nonprofits over $29 million to date ... but we can't do it alone! A donation to the Catalogue helps us amplify the voices, extend the impact, and accelerate the success of some of the best community-based nonprofits in metropolitan Washington -- and makes our region a better place to live.
Headquarters: DC-Ward 3
Where They Operate: ; DC-Citywide; MD-Montgomery County; MD-Prince George's County; MD-Frederick County; VA-Arlington County; VA-Fairfax County; VA-Loudoun County; VA-Prince William County; VA-City of Alexandria; VA-City of Fairfax; VA-City of Falls Church;
Age Groups Served: ; Not age related;
Ethnic Groups Served: Other, 1%
Population(s) Served: Not applicable
Awards & Recognition
GOLD (print Catalogue) and GOLD (web site) award winner for excellence in communications by the 2009 Wilmer Shields Rich Awards Program, sponsored by the Council on foundations. This was the fifth year in a row that the print Catalogue was recognized with a gold, and the first gold award for the website.
Recognized with the Harman Family Foundation as Outstanding Foundation Partner, National Capital Philanthropy Day, 2009
Featured as “one of the more innovative local philanthropic initiatives” by the Washington Post’s Steve Pearlstein, December 2007.
Catalogue charities range in size from $100,000 to
- $3 million or higher
- $1 million to $3 million
- The current budget for Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington is: $500k to $1 million
- Less than $500k
About the Catalogue for Philanthropy
The Catalogue selected us as one of its featured charities! Each year 120 expert reviewers evaluate applicants for distinction, merit, and impact. Each featured charity has been successfully site visited and its financials given the thumbs up. The Catalogue for Philanthropy charges no fees and raises funds separately to support its work. Since 2003, it has raised over $29 million for charities across Greater Washington.