Catalogue Class of 2017-18


As we celebrate our 16th year, the Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington is proud to announce the Class of 2018-19. Each of these nonprofits has been chosen, from 200+ applications, as "one of the best" local nonprofits in the region.

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  1. 1st Stage (2020) (Tysons, VA)

  2. 826DC (2020) (Washington, DC)

  3. The Abramson Scholarship Foundation (2019) (Washington, DC)

  4. Academy of Hope Adult Public Charter School (2019) (Washington, DC)

  5. Access Youth (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Restorative justice programming to reduce truancy and suspensions.

  6. Adoptions Together (2020) (Calverton, MD)

  7. Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington (2017) (Silver Spring, MD)
    Food, clothing, education & emergency support for underserved families.

  8. After-School All-Stars DC (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Free, comprehensive after-school programs for low-income DC middle schools.

  9. Alice Ferguson Foundation (2018) (Accokeek, MD)
    Connecting people to nature through education, stewardship, and advocacy.

  10. ALIVE! (2019) (Alexandria, VA)

  11. Amara Legal Center (2020) (Washington, DC)

  12. American Youth Philharmonic Orchestras (2019) (Annandale, VA)

  13. Anacostia Watershed Society (2019) (Bladensburg, MD)

  14. The Andrew Keegan Theatre (2020) (Washington, DC)

  15. Animal Welfare League of Arlington (2020) (Arlington, VA)

  16. * Annandale Christian Community for Action (2017) (Annandale, VA)
    Child care and emergency assistance to our vulnerable neighbors.

  17. * AppleTree Institute for Education Innovation (Washington, DC)

  18. The Arc of Northern Virginia (2018) (Falls Church, VA)
    Advocacy and services for those living with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

  19. Arlington Free Clinic (2020) (Arlington, VA)

  20. * Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (2018) (Arlington, VA)
    Providing housing and supporting resident services to lower-income neighbors.

  21. Arlington Pediatric Center (2019) (Arlington, VA)

  22. * Arlington Street People's Assistance Network (2017) (Arlington, VA)
    Aims to end homelessness through supportive services and housing.

  23. Arlington Thrive (2019) (Arlington, VA)

  24. Armed Services Arts Partnership (2020) (Alexandria, VA)

  25. Art Enables (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Vocational program and art gallery for artists with disabilities.

  26. * The Art League (2018) (Alexandria, VA)
    Semi-professional, regional visual arts education for youth, adults, and the community.

  27. Art Works Studio School (2019) (Hyattsville, MD)

  28. Artivate (2018) (Silver Spring, MD)
    Arts education outreach bringing artists to people where they are.

  29. Arts on the Block (2020) (Silver Spring, MD)

  30. Arts for the Aging (2020) (Rockville, MD)

  31. ArtStream (2017) (Silver Spring, MD)
    Uses the performing arts to empower people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

  32. ASHA for Women (2017) (Rockville, MD)
    Empowering South Asian women to lead abuse-free lives.

  33. Asian American LEAD (2018) (Washington, DC)
    After school and summer mentoring programs targeting low-income Asian American youth.

  34. Asian American LEAD (2017) (Washington, DC)
    After-school & summer mentoring programs targeting low-income Asian American youth.

  35. Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center (2020) (Washington, DC)

  36. Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Serves Asian/Pacific Islander survivors of gender-based violence.

  37. Aspire! Afterschool Learning (2020) (Arlington, VA)

  38. AsylumWorks (2020) (Washington, DC)

  39. Atlas Performing Arts Center (2019) (Washington, DC)

  40. * Audubon Naturalist Society (2020) (Chevy Chase, MD)

  41. Avodah: The Jewish Service Corps (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Empowers young adults and the anti-poverty agencies at which they are placed.

  42. * Ayuda (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Legal, social, and interpretation services for low-income immigrants.

  43. Culmore Clinic (2020) (Falls Church, VA)

  44. The Barker Adoption Foundation (2017) (Bethesda , MD)
    Offers adoption, education, and support services for birth, adoptive parents and adopted children.

  45. BEACON for Adult Literacy (2020) (Bristow, VA)

  46. Beacon House (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Closing the academic achievement gap for youth in Ward 5.

  47. Best Buddies Capital Region (2018) (Falls Church, VA)
    Creating inclusion opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

  48. BEST Kids, Inc. (2019) (Washington, DC)

  49. Bethesda Cares (2019) (Bethesda, MD)

  50. Bethesda Chevy Chase Rescue Squad (2017) (Bethesda, MD)
    Provides, at no cost, life-saving technology to communities served.

  51. Beyond Borders (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Works to end child slavery, gender-based violence, and extreme poverty in Haiti.

  52. Bishop John T Walker School for Boys (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Tuition-free independent school located east of the Anacostia River.

  53. Black Swan Academy (2020) (Washington, DC)

  54. Bowen McCauley Dance Company (2019) (Arlington, VA)

  55. The Brain Foundation (2020) (Springfield, VA)

  56. Brain Injury Services (2020) (Springfield, VA)

  57. Brainy Camps Association (2019) (Washington, DC)

  58. Break the Cycle (2019) (Washington, DC)

  59. Bridges to Independence (2018) (Arlington, VA)
    Helping families overcome homelessness and achieve stable, independent futures.

  60. * Bright Beginnings (Washington, DC)

  61. Britepaths (2020) (Fairfax, VA)

  62. BroadFutures (2019) (Washington, DC)

  63. BUILD Metro DC (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Entrepreneurship and college readiness program for students from under-resourced communities.

  64. Building Bridges Across the River (2019) (Washington, DC)

  65. Byte Back (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Free tech training and career services for low-income adults.

  66. C&O Canal Trust (2017) (Hagerstown, MD)
    Works to preserve and protect the C&O Canal National Historical Park.

  67. Calvary Women's Services (2020) (Washington, DC)

  68. Capital Area Asset Builders (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Helps low- and moderate-income individuals and families to build wealth.

  69. Capital Area Asset Building Corporation (2019) (Washington, DC)

  70. * Capital Area Immigrants' Rights Coalition (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Defending immigrants' rights through legal services, education and advocacy.

  71. Capital Fringe (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Connects independent artists and adventurous audiences across DC.

  72. Capital Partners for Education (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Mentoring and college/career readiness for low-income DC-area students.

  73. CapitalBop (2019) (Washington, DC)

  74. Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Building community through the arts.

  75. Capitol Hill Village (2019) (Washington, DC)

  76. Carpe Diem Arts (2018) (Silver Spring, MD)
    Building community and celebrating diversity through visual, literary and performing arts.

  77. Carpenter's Shelter (2017) (Alexandria, VA)
    Shelter and supportive services for homeless adults and families.

  78. Casa Chirilagua (2017) (Alexandria, VA)
    Community-based organization for at-risk families in the Central American immigrant community.

  79. CASA for Children of DC (2020) (Washington, DC)

  80. Casa Ruby (2020) (Washington, DC)

  81. * Center for Adoption Support and Education (2020) (Burtonsville, MD)

  82. Center for Inspired Teaching (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Transforms school experiences through engagement-based education and innovative teacher training.

  83. Central American Resource Center (2020) (Washington, DC)

  84. Centreville Immigration Forum (2017) (Centreville, VA)
    Supports immigrant community with employment protection, English classes and skills training.

  85. Chamber Dance Project (2017) (Washington , DC)
    Contemporary ballet with live music and intimate, interactive settings.

  86. Charlie's Place at St. Margaret's (2020) (Washington, DC)

  87. The Child & Family Network Centers (2018) (Alexandria, VA)
    Free early education and family services for at risk youth.

  88. Aspire Counseling (2018) (Gaithersburg, MD)
    Mental health/wellness for everyone, regardless of ability to pay.

  89. Children's Chorus of Washington (2019) (Washington, DC)

  90. Children's Science Center (2017) (Fairfax, VA)
    Northern Virginia's first non-profit interactive children's science center.

  91. The Choral Arts Society of Washington (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Professional-caliber volunteer chorus performing masterpieces and new works.

  92. The Christ Child Society of Washington DC (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Fulfills emotional, educational, and material needs of at-risk children and mothers.

  93. Christ House (2020) (Washington, DC)

  94. City Blossoms (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Fosters healthy communities by developing kid-driven green spaces.

  95. City Dogs Rescue (2019) (Washington, DC)

  96. City Kids Wilderness Project (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Academic and life success through empowerment and outdoor adventure.

  97. City Kids Wilderness Project (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Academic and life success through empowerment and outdoor adventure.

  98. City Wildlife, Inc. (2019) (Washington, DC)

  99. CityDance (2019) (Washington, DC)

  100. Coalition for Nonprofit Housing & Economic Development (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Catalyzes affordable housing and economic development in DC.

  101. Collective Action for Safe Spaces (2019) (Washington, DC)

  102. College Bound (2019) (Washington, DC)

  103. College Bound (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Mentorship and college access program for Washington-area students.

  104. College Tribe (2019) (Washington , DC)

  105. CollegeTracks (2018) (Bethesda, MD)
    Helping low-income students get to and through postsecondary education.

  106. Collegiate Directions, Inc (2017) (Bethesda, MD)
    Supports low-income, first generation students to and through college.

  107. Common Good City Farm (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Growing food, educating, and serving the community.

  108. Common Threads (2018) (Largo, MD)
    Cooking and nutrition education provider for underserved kids and families.

  109. Communities In Schools of the Nation's Capital (2020) (Washington, DC)

  110. Community Advocates for Family & Youth (2018) (Capitol Heights, MD)
    Helping to embrace, educate, and empower those affected by crime.

  111. Community Bridges (2019) (Silver Spring, MD)

  112. Community Family Life Services (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Support services for homeless and low income families and individuals.

  113. Community Forklift (2020) (Hyattsville, MD)

  114. Community Legal Services of Prince George's County (2019) (Greenbelt, MD)

  115. Community Lodgings (2020) (Alexandria, VA)

  116. Community Ministries of Rockville (2018) (Rockville, MD)
    Providing health and human services for Montgomery County's most vulnerable residents.

  117. * Community of Hope (2020) (Washington, DC)

  118. Community Power Network (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Builds a clean, equitable, and local renewable energy system through solar co-ops.

  119. Computer CORE (2020) (Falls Church , VA)

  120. Conflict Resolution Center of Montgomery County (2020) (Bethesda, MD)

  121. Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)/Prince George's County (2017) (Riverdale, MD)
    Advocates for and protects abused and neglected children in foster care.

  122. Court Watch Montgomery (2019) (Silver Spring, MD)

  123. CREATE Arts Center (2018) (Silver Spring, MD)
    Inspiring creativity to advance personal development and well-being.

  124. CREATE Arts Center (2017) (Silver Spring, MD)
    Inspires creativity to advance personal development and well-being.

  125. CREATE Arts Center (2019) (Silver Spring, MD)

  126. CREATE Arts Center (2020) (Silver Spring, MD)

  127. Creative Cauldron (2019) (Falls Church, VA)

  128. Critical Exposure (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Empowers low-income youth of color through photography and advocacy training.

  129. Crossroads Community Food Network (2018) (Takoma Park, MD)
    Building a healthier, more inclusive, local food system.

  130. The DC Policy Center (2019) (Washington, DC)

  131. The Dance Institute of Washington, Inc. (2019) (Washington, DC)

  132. Dance Place (2020) (Washington, DC)

  133. DC - MD Justice For Our Neighbors (2019) (Rockville, MD)

  134. DC Affordable Law Firm (2020) (Washington, DC)

  135. DC Alliance of Youth Advocates (2019) (Washington, DC)

  136. DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative (2019) (Washington, DC)

  137. * DC Bilingual Public Charter School (2018) (WASHINGTON, DC)
    Charter school ensuring high academic achievement in dual-language setting.

  138. DC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Uses advocacy and programming to cut DC's teen pregnancy rate in half.

  139. DC Creative Writing Workshop (2017) (Washington, DC)
    In-class and after-school creative writing program for at-risk schoolchildren.

  140. DC Diaper Bank (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Alleviates financial stress on families by providing diapers to low-income families.

  141. DC Greens (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Advancing food justice in the nation's capital.

  142. DC Hunger Solutions (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Working to improve the nutrition of low-income District residents.

  143. DC Rape Crisis Center (2020) (Washington, DC)

  144. DC SAFE (Survivors and Advocates for Empowerment) (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Ensuring safety and self-determination for domestic violence survivors in DC.

  145. DC SCORES (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Uses poetry, soccer and service learning to inspire youth in after-school programs.

  146. DC Special Education Cooperative (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Preparing students with disabilities for post-secondary success.

  147. Anacostia Playhouse (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Theater performances, exhibitions, and instruction in an under-served neighborhood.

  148. DC Youth Orchestra Program (2020) (Washington, DC)

  149. DCist (2019) (Washington , DC)

  150. DAWN (2019) (Washington, DC)

  151. The Delaplaine Arts Center (2017) (Frederick, MD)
    Engages 80,000 visitors a year in a full-service, regional visual arts center.

  152. Destiny, Power & Purpose (2020) (Temple Hills, MD)

  153. District Alliance for Safe Housing (DASH) (2019) (Washington, DC)

  154. District of Columbia Students Construction Trades Foundation (2019) (Washington, DC)

  155. Do the Write Thing Foundation of DC (2018) (Washington, DC)
    After-school and summer arts enrichment in Wards 7 and 8.

  156. Docs In Progress (2018) (Silver Spring, MD)
    Changing lives through documentary film.

  157. Dog Tag Inc. (2019) (Washington, DC)

  158. * Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School (Tacoma Park, Ma)

  159. * Doorways for Women and Families (2017) (Arlington, VA)
    Creating pathways out of homelessness, domestic violence and sexual assault.

  160. The Downtown Cluster's Geriatric Day Care Center (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Day center offering frail, at-risk seniors therapeutic and supportive services.

  161. Dream Project (2018) (Arlington, VA)
    Mentoring and scholarships to empower undocumented students to attend college.

  162. Dreaming Out Loud (2019) (Washington, DC)

  163. Dumbarton Oaks Park Conservancy (2019) (Washington, DC)

  164. The Dwelling Place (2018) (Germantown, MD)
    Housing services for formerly homeless families.

  165. The Dwelling Place (2017) (Gaithersburg, MD)
    Housing and support services for homeless families with children.

  166. The Dwelling Place (2020) (Montgomery Village, MD)

  167. Earth Sangha (2017) (Fairfax, VA)
    Ecological restoration and maintenance of the most comprehensive native plant nursery in the region.

  168. ECO City Farms (2019) (Riverdale, MD)

  169. Edu-Futuro (2019) (Arlington, VA)

  170. Educational Theatre Company (2017) (Arlington, VA)
    Student-created and process-driven theatre education for ages 3-103.

  171. The Ellington Fund (2019) (Washington, DC)

  172. Emerging Scholars (2017) (Arlington, VA)
    14-month academic/leadership enrichment for underrepresented students.

  173. Encore Stage & Studio (2018) (Arlington, VA)
    Theatre by kids, for kids.

  174. Encore Stage & Studio (2019) (Arlington, VA)

  175. Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital (2020) (Washington, DC)

  176. Everybody Wins! DC (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Promoting children's literacy through shared reading experiences with a mentor.

  177. * FACETS Cares (2020) (Fairfax, VA)

  178. Fairfax Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) (2019) (Fairfax, VA)

  179. Fairfax Library Foundation (2020) (Fairfax, VA)

  180. Falls Church-McLean Children's Center (2018) (Falls Church, VA)
    Early childhood education program serving low-income, working families.

  181. Falls Church-McLean Children's Center (2017) (Falls Church, VA)
    Building essential skills to help young children become kindergarten-ready.

  182. Foundation for the Advancement of Music & Education, Inc. (2020) (Bowie, MD)

  183. Family & Youth Initiative (2019) (Washington, DC)

  184. The Family Place (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Empowers low-income Latino families with educational and support services.

  185. Family Preservation and Strengthening Services (2017) (Vienna, VA)
    Housing and case management for Fairfax working homeless.

  186. The Father McKenna Center (2020) (Washington, DC)

  187. Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, DC (2020) (Washington, DC)

  188. The Federated Charities Corporation of Frederick (2020) (Frederick, MD)

  189. Fellowship Square (2019) (Reston, VA)

  190. Fihankra Akoma Ntoaso (FAN) (2019) (Washington, DC)

  191. First Generation College Bound (2018) (Laurel, MD)
    College access services to low income underrepresented youth.

  192. First Generation College Bound (2017) (Laurel, MD)
    Increases college matriculation rates for least advantaged youth.

  193. First Generation College Bound (2019) (Laurel, MD)

  194. First Tee of Greater Washington, DC (2020) (Washington, DC)

  195. Food for Others (2018) (Fairfax, VA)
    Providing free food to neighbors in need in Northern Virginia.

  196. Food Recovery Network (2020) (Washington , DC)

  197. For Love of Children (2020) (Washington , DC)

  198. Frederick Children's Chorus (2019) (Woodsboro, MD)

  199. Free Minds Book Club & Writing Workshop (2019) (Washington, DC)

  200. FRESHFARM (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Supports local farmers, food access, education and outreach through 14 area markets.

  201. Friends of Fort Dupont Ice Arena (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Athletic and educational programming for young people in DC.

  202. Friends of Greenbelt Theatre (2018) (Greenbelt, MD)
    Independent movie theater offering diverse programs for all our communities.

  203. Friends of Guest House (2019) (Alexandria, VA)

  204. Friends of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens (2020) (Washington, DC)

  205. Washington Youth Garden (2020) (Washington, DC)

  206. * Friendship Place (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Empowers people to leave homelessness and rebuild their lives.

  207. Fund for Investigative Journalism (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Supporting independent investigative journalism through grants, fellowships, and mentorships.

  208. Future Link (2019) (Rockville, MD)

  209. GALA Hispanic Theatre (2020) (Washington, DC)

  210. Gandhi Brigade Youth Media (2019) (Silver Spring, MD)

  211. Generation Hope (2018) (Washington , DC)
    College completion and pre-k services for teen parents and children.

  212. Georgetown Ministry Center (2017) (Washington, DC)
    A service-rich day center for chronically homeless individuals.

  213. BlackRock Center for the Arts (2020) (Germantown, MD)

  214. Girls Inc of the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Preparing girls to be healthy, educated, and independent women.

  215. Girls on the Run - DC (2020) (Washington, DC)

  216. Girls on the Run NOVA (2019) (Fairfax, VA)

  217. Girls on the Run of Montgomery County, MD (2020) (Rockville, MD)

  218. Global Kids (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Global affairs and leadership development program for underserved youth.

  219. Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services (2018) (Alexandria, VA)
    Affordable housing provider for low-income working families

  220. The Grassroot Project (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Training athletes to be health educators for teens.

  221. Great and Small (2017) (Boyds, MD)
    Equine-assisted activities and therapies for individuals with special needs.

  222. Health Volunteers Overseas (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Professional training and education for health workers in resource-scarce countries.

  223. Healthy Babies Project (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Health services, core needs for low-income, pregnant DC teens and women.

  224. Heartly House (2019) (Frederick, MD)

  225. HER Resiliency Center (2020) (Washington, DC)

  226. Hero Dogs, Inc. (2019) (Brookeville, MD)

  227. Higher Achievement (2019) (Washington, DC)

  228. * Hillside Work - Scholarship Connection (2017) (Greenbelt, MD)
    Increases high school graduation rates and teaches skills for employment.

  229. HomeAid Northern Virginia (2020) (Chantilly, VA)

  230. Homeless Children's Playtime Project (2019) (Washington, DC)

  231. Hope and a Home (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Empowering homeless/low-income families to create stable homes.

  232. Hope and a Home (2019) (Washington, DC)

  233. Hope Connections for Cancer Support (2018) (Bethesda, MD)
    Free cancer programs providing emotional support, education, wellness, and hope.

  234. Hope for Henry Foundation (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Reinventing the way hospitals care for seriously-ill children.

  235. Hope House DC (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Helping children and their incarcerated fathers build stronger bonds.

  236. Horizons Greater Washington (2020) (Washington, DC)

  237. Horton's Kids (2020) (Washington, DC)

  238. Hospice Caring (2017) (Gaithersburg, MD)
    Companionship and practical help for end-of-life and support during grieving.

  239. The House Student Leadership Center (2018) (Woodbridge, VA)
    Out-of-school time initiatives for pre-teens and teens.

  240. The House, Student Leadership Center (2017) (Woodbridge, VA)
    Out-of-school time youth development and mentoring initiatives.

  241. Housing Initiative Partnership (2017) (Hyattsville, MD)
    Housing developer and counseling agency for low-income communities.

  242. Housing Unlimited (2019) (Silver Spring, MD)

  243. * Housing Up (2020) (Washington , DC)

  244. The Human Trafficking Legal Center (2017) (Washington , DC)
    Legal counsel and an opportunity to rebuild their lives for trafficking survivors.

  245. The In Series (2017) (Washington, DC)
    DC's home for innovative opera, intimate cabaret, and Latino programming.

  246. Inner City-Inner Child (2020) (Washington, DC)

  247. Insight Memory Care Center (2018) (Fairfax, VA)
    Alzheimer's and dementia adult day health and education/resource center.

  248. InterAct Story Theatre Education Association (2019) (Wheaton , MD)

  249. Marlow Guitar International (2017) (Rockville, MD)
    Creating community through concerts, master classes, youth competitions, and outreach.

  250. interPLAY Orchestra (2020) (Bethesda, MD)

  251. * Iona Senior Services (2020) (Washington, DC)

  252. Jewish Coalition Against Domestic Abuse (2018) (Rockville, MD)
    Providing support, education, and prevention to end domestic/dating abuse.

  253. Jews United for Justice (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Builds support for social, racial, and economic justice and equality in local communities.

  254. Joe's Movement Emporium/World Arts Focus (2017) (Mount Rainier, MD)
    Classes, performances, arts education and work readiness for youth.

  255. Joseph's House (2019) (Washington, DC)

  256. Josh Anderson Foundation (2018) (Vienna, VA)
    Suicide prevention resources and support for teens.

  257. * Joy of Motion Dance Center (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Dance education, performance, and engagement opportunities for a diverse community.

  258. * Jubilee Housing (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Providing affordable housing and programming to residents of Ward 1.

  259. Jubilee Jobs (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Free job placement for individuals seeking marketplace jobs.

  260. Jubilee JumpStart (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Quality, affordable early childhood education in a dual language environment.

  261. Just Neighbors (2017) (Annandale, VA)
    Legal services for low-income immigrants in Northern Virginia.

  262. KEEN Greater DC (Kids Enjoy Exercise Now) (2018) (Bethesda, MD)
    Free, one-to-one exercise programs for young people with disabilities.

  263. KID Museum (2020) (Bethesda, MD)

  264. Kid Power (2019) (Washington, DC)

  265. Kids In Need Distributors, Inc. (2019) (Bethesda, MD)

  266. Kids R First (2017) (Reston, VA)
    Purchases and delivers grade-appropriate school supplies to needy children in Northern Virginia.

  267. L'Arche Greater Washington, D.C. (2020) (Washington, DC)

  268. La Cocina VA (2017) (Arlington, VA)
    Promotes healthy food and empowers immigrants with culinary jobs and entrepreneurship skills.

  269. * Latino Economic Development Center (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Drives economic advancement of low- to moderate income underserved communities.

  270. The Latino Student Fund (2019) (Washington, DC)

  271. Laurel Advocacy & Referral Services (2017) (Laurel, MD)
    Helps people in financial crisis regain stability and achieve self-sufficiency.

  272. LAYC Career Academy Public Charter School (2020) (Washington , DC)

  273. LearnServe International (2019) (Washington, DC)

  274. * Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia (2018) (Washington, DC)
    General civil legal services for DC residents living in poverty.

  275. Liberty's Promise (2020) (Alexandria, VA)

  276. Life Asset (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Provides low-income entrepreneurs with business loans and training.

  277. LIFT-DC (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Empowering families to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty.

  278. Literacy Council of Frederick County (2019) (Frederick, MD)

  279. Literacy Council of Montgomery County (2017) (Rockville, MD)
    High-quality English language and literacy instruction for adults.

  280. Literacy Council of Northern Virginia (2019) (Falls Church, VA)

  281. * The Literacy Lab (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Literacy interventions to close the achievement gap.

  282. Little Friends for Peace (2018) (Mt. Rainier, MD)
    Responding to personal & systemic violence with tested peace-building skills.

  283. Little Lights Urban Ministries (2019) (Washington, DC)

  284. Live It Learn It (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Closing the achievement gap, one field experience at a time.

  285. Lorton Community Action Center (2019) (Lorton, VA)

  286. LAWS (Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter) (2019) (Leesburg, VA)

  287. Loudoun Hunger Relief (2018) (Leesburg, VA)
    Feeding the hungry of Loudoun County, Virginia.

  288. Lucky Dog Animal Rescue (2018) (Arlington, VA)
    Using a customized adoption process to find loving homes for dogs and cats.

  289. Lydia's House in Southeast (2017) (Washington, DC)
    HUD-approved housing counseling agency and youth mentoring programs.

  290. Main Street Child Development Center (2020) (Fairfax, VA)

  291. Main Street Connect (2020) (Rockville, MD)

  292. Mamatoto Village (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Holistic maternal health and wellness programs for expectant mothers.

  293. Manna Food Center (2018) (Gaithersburg, MD)
    The main Food Bank serving Montgomery County.

  294. Many Languages One Voice (2020) (Washington, DC)

  295. Mary House (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Helps low-income and refugee families rebuild their lives.

  296. McLean Project for the Arts (2018) (McLean, VA)
    Exhibiting, educating and inspiring residents through contemporary art.

  297. McLean Project for the Arts (2019) (McLean, VA)

  298. MentorPrize (2017) (Bethesda, MD)
    Recruits and matches mentors with mentoring programs in the DC area.

  299. Mentors, Inc (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Youth mentoring for career/STEM exploration leading to 21st century employment opportunities.

  300. Mercy Health Clinic (2018) (Gaithersburg, MD)
    Primary and specialty outpatient healthcare for the medically underserved.

  301. Metropolitan Center for the Visual Arts (2017) (Rockville, MD)
    Transforms individuals and communities through the visual arts.

  302. Metropolitan Washington Ear (2017) (Silver Spring, MD)
    Operates free news services for the blind, visually impaired and disabled.

  303. Mi Casa (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Preserves affordable housing to support and strengthen healthy, diverse neighborhoods.

  304. Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project (2019) (Washington, DC)

  305. Mikva Challenge DC (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Develops youth to be empowered, informed, and active citizens.

  306. * Miriam's Kitchen (2020) (Washington, DC)

  307. Mobile Hope (2018) (Leesburg, VA)
    Improving the lives of precariously housed and homeless youth.

  308. * Mobile Medical Care (2018) (Bethesda, MD)
    Primary healthcare for over 4,000 low-income individuals annually.

  309. Mobile Medical Care, Inc. (2019) (Bethesda, MD)

  310. Montgomery Countryside Alliance (2019) (Poolesville, MD)

  311. Montgomery County Coalition for Adult English Literacy (2020) (Rockville, MD)

  312. Mosaic Theater Company of DC (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Theater company with a focus on diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, and community engagement.

  313. Dance Loft on 14/MOVEIUS Contemporary Ballet (2020) (Washington, DC)

  314. Multicultural Career Intern Program (MCIP) (2020) (Washington, DC)

  315. Multicultural Community Service (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Encouraging, promoting, and facilitating broad and inclusive civic engagement.

  316. The MusicianShip (2019) (Washington, DC)

  317. My Sister's Place (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Provides shelter and services to victims of domestic violence.

  318. NAMI Montgomery County (2019) (Rockville, MD)

  319. NAMI Prince George's County, MD (2020) (New Carrollton, MD)

  320. National Philharmonic (2017) (North Bethesda, MD)
    Resident professional orchestra, chorale and music education institute at Strathmore.

  321. Neighborhood Legal Services Program of the District of Columbia (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Providing legal services to low-income DC residents.

  322. Network for Victim Recovery of DC (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Empowers crime victims through case management and legal services.

  323. New Endeavors by Women (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Heals lives of homeless women and children by creating new futures.

  324. New Futures (2020) (Washington, DC)

  325. New Partners Community Solar (2020) (Washington , DC)

  326. The News Literacy Project (2019) (Washington, DC)

  327. NextStop Theatre Company (2019) (Herndon, VA)

  328. Nick's Place (2018) (Millsboro, DE)
    Recovery home and life management programs for young men.

  329. The Nonprofit Village Center (2020) (Rockville, MD)

  330. Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program (2020) (Clifton, VA)

  331. The Northwest Center (2020) (Washington, DC)

  332. Northwest Neighbors Village (2020) (Washington , DC)

  333. Nourish Now (2019) (Rockville, MD)

  334. NOVA ScriptsCentral (2018) (Burke, VA)
    Nonprofit pharmacy providing life-saving medications for uninsured patients in Virginia.

  335. Nueva Vida (2017) (Alexandria, VA)
    Services throughout the cancer continuum for underserved Latinas.

  336. OAR of Arlington, Alexandria and Falls Church (2020) (Arlington, VA)

  337. OAR of Fairfax County (2017) (Fairfax, VA)
    Assists those involved with the criminal justice system.

  338. One Common Unity (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Empowering youth through the transformative power of the arts.

  339. One World Education (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Gives students and teachers the tools they need to improve student literacy rates.

  340. Only Make Believe (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Interactive theater for children in hospitals and care facilities.

  341. Open Arms Housing (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Helping formerly homeless women obtain and maintain permanent housing.

  342. An Open Book Foundation (2020) (Washington, DC)

  343. Open City Advocates (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Supports youth in DC's juvenile system with legal advocacy and mentoring programs.

  344. Operation Renewed Hope Foundation (2020) (Alexandria, VA)

  345. Operation Second Chance (2019) (Germantown, MD)

  346. Our Military Kids (2019) (McLean, VA)

  347. Parkinson Foundation of the National Capital Area (2018) (Silver Spring, MD)
    Programs and services for people facing Parkinson's.

  348. Passion for Learning (2020) (Silver Spring, MD)

  349. PAVE Inc. (2019) (Washington, DC)

  350. Peace of Mind (2020) (Washington, DC)

  351. PEN/Faulkner Foundation (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Fosters a love of reading and a connection to writing through public readings and educational programs.

  352. Per Scholas National Capital Region (NCR) (2020) (Silver Spring, MD)

  353. Perry School Community Services Center (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Remedying conditions of chronic poverty through education and employment.

  354. Phoenix Bikes (2017) (Arlington, VA)
    Teaches underserved teens bicycle repair through a community bike shop.

  355. A Place To Be (2018) (Middleburg, VA)
    Music therapy for people with disability, medical, or life challenges.

  356. Playworks Mid-Atlantic (2020) (Washington, D)

  357. Pointless Theatre Company (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Multi-disciplinary, puppet-based theatre company exciting a passion for adventurous art.

  358. The Posse Foundation (2018) (Washington, DC)
    College access and leadership program for high school students.

  359. Potomac Community Resources (2017) (Potomac, MD)
    Provides therapeutic, recreational, social and educational programs for teens and adults with developmental differences.

  360. Potomac Conservancy (2017) (Silver Spring, MD)
    Protects the Potomac River through local advocacy and conservation solutions.

  361. Potomac Riverkeeper Network (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Protecting and defending the Potomac River.

  362. President Lincoln's Cottage (2019) (Washington, DC)

  363. Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington (2019) (Washington, DC)

  364. Prince George's Child Resource Center (2018) (Largo, MD)
    Supports parents and child care providers so children can thrive.

  365. Prince William Area Free Clinic (2018) (Woodbridge, VA)
    Free medical clinic serving low-income, uninsured patients.

  366. Prince William Conservation Alliance (2018) (Woodbridge, VA)
    Inspiring action and working together to create sustainable communities for all.

  367. Progressive Maryland (2019) (Largo, MD)

  368. Project Change (2018) (Olney, MD)
    Students achieving positive change in themselves and their community.

  369. Project Create (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Creative youth development for children experiencing homelessness and poverty.

  370. Protect Our Defenders (2018) (McLean, VA)
    Assistance and advocacy for victims of military sexual trauma.

  371. Public Allies Washington, DC (2019) (Washington, DC)

  372. Public Allies Washington, DC (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Leadership and professional development that connects young adults to careers.

  373. Rainbow Families (2019) (Washington, DC)

  374. Reach Incorporated (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Develops literacy leaders by training teens to be tutors.

  375. Reading Partners (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Tutoring program for low-income elementary students.

  376. Reading Partners (2019) (Washington, DC)

  377. Real Food for Kids (2018) (Great Falls, VA)
    Advocates for improving school food/educating students on healthy choices.

  378. REAL School Gardens (2017) (Washington, DC)
    School gardens and comprehensive teacher training for Title 1 schools.

  379. Rebuilding Together DC Alexandria (2020) (Alexandria, VA)

  380. Rebuilding Together Montgomery County (2020) (Gaithersburg , MD)

  381. Red Wiggler Community Farm (2020) (Germantown, MD)

  382. Resources to Inspire Students and Educators (RISE) (2018) (WASHINGTON, DC)
    Helps underserved, low-income DC youth achieve academic and career success

  383. Rising for Justice (2020) (Washington, DC)

  384. Rock Creek Conservancy (2019) (Bethesda, MD)

  385. Rock Recovery (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Unique and holistic eating disorder recovery services and community education.

  386. Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Washington, DC (2019) (Washington, DC)

  387. * Safe Shores - The DC Children's Advocacy Center (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Provides services to child victims of abuse in Washington, DC.

  388. * Samaritan Inns (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Provides housing, treatment, and recovery services to homeless/at-risk individuals.

  389. Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Supporting, coaching, training our unhoused/unemployed neighbors to reach their goals.

  390. San Miguel School (2020) (Washington, DC)

  391. SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now) of Northern Virginia (2018) (Alexandria, VA)
    Child abuse prevention through public/parent education and child advocacy.

  392. ScholarCHIPS, Inc. (2019) (Washington, DC)

  393. School Justice Project (2020) (Washington, DC)

  394. * Seabury Resources for Aging (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Providing services and housing options for vulnerable older adults.

  395. * Seabury Resources for Aging (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Social and housing supports to low-income elderly.

  396. Second Story (2019) (Vienna, VA)

  397. SEED SPOT (2020) (Washington, DC)

  398. Senior Services of Alexandria (2017) (Alexandria, VA)
    Fosters independence to enable Alexandria seniors to age in place.

  399. Shepherd's Table (2020) (Silver Spring, MD)

  400. Shout Mouse Press (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Writing program and publishing house for unheard voices.

  401. Silver Spring Village (2019) (Silver Spring, MD)

  402. Sitar Arts Center (2019) (Washington, DC)

  403. * Sixth & I Historic Synagogue (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Meaningful cultural programs in an inspired community setting.

  404. Smith Center for Healing and the Arts (2019) (Washington, DC)

  405. SMYAL (2020) (Washington, DC)

  406. Solutions in Hometown Connections (2020) (College Park, MD)

  407. Southeast Ministry (2019) (Washington, DC)

  408. Special Olympics District of Columbia (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Sports programs for people with intellectual disabilities.

  409. Spend Yourself Food Pantry, Columbia Baptist Church (2019) (Falls Church, VA)

  410. Split This Rock (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Presenting, teaching, and cultivating the next generation of socially engaged poets.

  411. Stepping Stones Shelter (2018) (Rockville, MD)
    Emergency shelter for homeless families with children in Montgomery County.

  412. Stone Soup Films (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Amplifies nonprofit impact through storytelling and video.

  413. Story Tapestries (2018) (Germantown, MD)
    Using the arts to power literacy, create understanding, and building community.

  414. Street Sense Media (2020) (Washington, DC)

  415. Stroke Comeback Center (2018) (Vienna, VA)
    Support programs for stroke and brain-trauma survivors.

  416. Stroke Comeback Center (2019) (Vienna, VA)

  417. Suited for Change (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Providing professional attire and job-readiness support.

  418. Sunflower Bakery (2018) (Gaithersburg, MD)
    Skilled job training and employment for individuals with learning differences.

  419. Synetic Theater (2018) (Arlington, VA)
    Movement-focused theater offering performances, education, and free community programs.

  420. Synetic Theater (2019) (Arlington, VA)

  421. * Tahirih Justice Center (2018) (Falls Church, VA)
    Protecting immigrant women and girls fleeing gender-based violence.

  422. Teaching for Change (2020) (Washington, DC)

  423. Teens Run DC (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Youth mentoring and distance running program for underserved DC youth.

  424. Teens Run DC (2019) (Washington, DC)

  425. ThanksUSA (2019) (McLean, VA)

  426. The Theatre Lab School of the Dramatic Arts (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Award-winning provider of theatre education for children, teens, and adults.

  427. Thrive DC (2020) (Washington, DC)

  428. Together We Bake (2018) (Alexandria, VA)
    Job training and personal development program for women in need.

  429. Touching Heart (2017) (Herndon, VA)
    Provides children with tools to become the compassionate leaders of tomorrow.

  430. Tracy's Kids (2019) (Bethesda, MD)

  431. Traveling Players Ensemble (2019) (Great Falls, VA)

  432. Tzedek DC (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Safeguarding the rights of low-income DC families facing debt-related crises.

  433. * United States Capitol Historical Society (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Enhancing and perpetuating the history and heritage of the US Capitol.

  434. * Urban Alliance (2020) (Washington, DC)

  435. Urban Ed (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Transforms lives by creating hope and opportunity through information technology and skill development.

  436. The Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program (2020) (Washington, DC)

  437. The Virginia Hospital Center Medical Brigade (2017) (Falls Church, VA)
    Improves community health in the Comayagua region of Honduras.

  438. Voices for a Second Chance (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Serving justice-involved citizens pre- and post-release.

  439. Volunteer Fairfax (2019) (Fairfax, VA)

  440. * The Heart of America Foundation (2018) (Landover, MD)
    Transforming spaces into modern learning environments.

  441. Wanda Alston Foundation (2019) (Washington, DC)

  442. Washington Area Bicyclist Association (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Advocacy, outreach, and education for better bicycling for everyone.

  443. Washington Area Community Investment Fund (2020) (Washington, DC)

  444. Washington Bach Consort (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Professional baroque ensemble serving residents of all ages in DC.

  445. Washington English Center (2017) (Washington, DC)
    English classes and workforce development programs for adult immigrants.

  446. Washington Improv Theater (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Longform improvisational theater company offering classes and performances.

  447. * Washington Jesuit Academy (2020) (Washington, DC)

  448. Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Legal services, advocacy, outreach, and education to address homelessness and affordable housing.

  449. The Washington Literacy Center (2018) (Washington, DC)
    Literacy and workforce training for adults.

  450. Washington Revels (2018) (Silver Spring, MD)
    Creating community and celebrating cultural traditions through music, dance and drama.

  451. Washington School for Girls (2019) (Washington, DC)

  452. Washington Urban Debate League (2018) (Washington , DC)
    Providing after school debate in under-served communities.

  453. We Are Family Senior Outreach Network (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Services for low-income seniors to help them age in place.

  454. * Wendt Center for Loss and Healing (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Mental health services for victims of trauma, grief and loss.

  455. Western Fairfax Christian Ministries (2017) (Chantilly, VA)
    Western Fairfax's go-to referral for emergency needs assistance.

  456. * A Wider Circle (2020) (Bethesda, MD)

  457. Wilderness Leadership & Learning (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Develops life skills for youth with experiential learning, leadership training, and service.

  458. The Women's Center (2019) (Vienna, VA)

  459. Women's Learning Partnership for Rights, Development, and Peace (2017) (Bethesda, MD)
    Strengthens women's technology, communication, and advocacy skills to support democratic and ethical practices, and enhance human rights.

  460. Woodley House (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Provides mental health housing and support services to adults with chronic and persistent mental illness.

  461. The Writer's Center (2019) (Bethesda, MD)

  462. Yachad (2020) (Silver Spring, MD)

  463. Yellow Ribbon Fund (2017) (Bethesda, MD)
    Provides programs to make daily life more manageable for wounded service members and their family caregivers.

  464. Young Artists of America (2017) (Rockville, MD)
    Excellence in vocal and instrumental training for youth.

  465. Young Ladies of Tomorrow (2019) (Washington, DC)

  466. Young Playwrights' Theater (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Uses the art of playwriting to enhance student literacy, creative expression, and communication.

  467. Young Women's Project (2017) (Washington, DC)
    Builds the leadership and power of DC young people.

  468. Youth Leadership Foundation (2017) (Bethesda, MD)
    Enriching underserved youth and families in the DC area with mentorship and character education.

  469. YouthBuild Public Charter School (2020) (Washington, DC)

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