The groundhog may have predicted a long winter, but with today’s sunshine, and the activities happening our nonprofits this week, we can’t help but feel like spring is just around the corner. From creating brightly colored pottery, to an “arts & craft” fundraiser, to planning the next season of vibrant outdoor markets…Catalogue nonprofits are spreading warmth across Greater Washington.
During Winter SCORES, students from Johnson Middle School visited the Newseum and students from Hart Middle School learned how to mold pottery thanks to All Fired Up.
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop
This Saturday, join Capitol Hill Arts Workshop for CHAW & Brau: Arts & Craft Beer Fundraiser! In addition to the brewery’s normal tours and tastings, CHAW will provide a fresh artistic twist on Growler Hours with a CHAW Valentine’s Photo Booth, musical performances, a give-and-win raffle, and class registration sign-ups to keep the creative energy going.
The staff at FRESHFARM is planning the next season of farmers markets with help from huge box of bread from new producer!
Our Daily Bread
This week, Our Daily Bread is grateful to Mary Eure of NVA’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) for meeting and helping demystify Fed & VA income taxes for Project BRIDGE clients and some of our volunteer Financial mentors!
Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services
Be sure to check out Good Shepherd’s Facebook page during the month of February – For each new “Like” a generous donor will give GSH $5! Spread the word!
DC Bilingual Public Charter School
Pre-K kids from DC Bilingual Public Charter School know how to make healthy eating fun while they bring smiles to everyone’s faces!