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40Plus of Greater Washington
To empower and connect experienced professionals, managers, and executives for successful career transitions.
826DC is dedicated to supporting students ages 6-18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. Our services are structured around our understanding that great leaps in learning can happen with one-on-one attention and that strong writing skills are fundamental to future success.
A Buddhist Temple - Kunzang Palyul Choling
Kunzang Odsal Palyul Changchub Choling (KPC) was founded by Jetsunma Ahkon Norbu Lhamo to uphold the Palyul lineage within the Nyingma tradition of Vajrayana Buddhism. The KPC mission is to inspire people to improve the world and end suffering for the benefit of all beings.
A Wider Circle
Our mission is to end poverty by inspiring, fostering, and measuring individual and community level change. We bring together more than 30,000 volunteers each year to help individuals and families create stable homes, obtain employment, and pursue financial self-sufficiency. In 2017 alone, we furnished nearly 4,500 homes across the greater Washington, DC region, and served 25,000 children and adults through all of our programs and initiatives.
A Woman's Choice
A Woman's Choice has been counseling pregnant women in Northern Virginia and metropolitan Washington DC area since 1985. Our mission is to love and support pregnant women so much that abortion becomes an unthinkable option. Our goal is to save the lives of unborn babies primarily through medical support and assisting women in coming up with a workable parenting plan. We tell them of the physical, emotional and spiritual side-effects of abortion and refer them to a pro-life medical center for a sonogram and first pre-natal visit. Last year we spent over $24,000 on private prenatal care. We answered 2,230 requests for material assistance and gave away 216 brand new cribs. We also support women in the community who have already made pro-life decisions. As part of our educational mission, we do require that people coming in for the first visit stay and watch a video called, ?Sex Has A Price Tag.? This focuses on chastity before marriage and the dangers of sexually transmitted diseases. Clients can come in once every 3 months for diapers, clothes and whatever else they may need. We occasionally give emergency assistance to families paying for rent, utilities, day care etc.
A-SPAN's vision is to end homelessness in Arlington County. A-SPAN's mission is to secure permanent housing and provide life-sustaining services for Arlington's most vulnerable individuals through outreach and relationships built on trust and respect.
AAHC, Inc. - Housing and Financial Resource Center
AAHC's mission is to empower and inspire underserved immigrants and low-moderate income communities to achieve and maintain the American dream of homeownership by providing counseling, education, tools, and resources. AAHC increases homeownership success by placing individuals on the road to financial self-sufficiency.
AARP Legal Counsel for the Elderly
Since 1975, AARP Legal Counsel for the Elderly (LCE) has helped older D.C. residents by stopping foreclosures and evictions, preserving and promoting affordable housing, representing seniors victimized by scams and predators, working directly with the courts to oversee and administer guardianships, and -- by leveraging thousands of hours of pro bono help from area law firms -- producing hundreds of wills, powers of attorney, advanced health directives and other end-of-life legal documents.
Academy of the Holy Cross, Inc., The
The Academy of the Holy Cross, a Catholic college preparatory school sponsored by the Sisters of the Holy Cross since 1868, is dedicated to educating young women in a Christ-centered community which values diversity. The Academy is committed to developing women of courage, compassion and scholarship who responsibly embrace the social, spiritual and intellectual challenges of the world.
Academy of Hope Adult Public Charter School
Academy of Hope's mission is to provide high quality adult basic education in a manner that changes lives and improves our community. Since its beginning in 1985, the Academy of Hope has been powered by adult learners, volunteers, donors and staff who are dedicated to building one of the most respected not-for-profit organizations in the Washington, D.C., area. Our award-winning program has become a model for adult literacy programs in the region.
ACCA, Inc. (Annandale Christian Community for Action)
ACCA is a faith-based community organization providing basic and emergency services in the Annandale, Baileys Crossroads-Culmore and Lincolnia areas of Fairfax County. It is part of Fairfax County's first responders to calls for food, rent and utility assistance, transportation, furniture and other basic human needs. Services on the Human Service side of ACCA are provided by and staffed by all volunteers. .
Access Youth, Inc
Access Youth's mission is to empower vulnerable youth with the tools they need to stay in school, graduate on time and avoid the justice system through mediation and restorative justice. Our overarching goal is to ensure that more D.C. students living in under-served communities graduate from high school on time and prepared to successfully transition into adulthood.
The Accokeek Foundation cultivates passion for the natural and cultural heritage of Piscataway Park and a commitment to stewardship and sustainability.
Action in Community Through Service of Prince William County
ACTS provides relief, fosters hope and promotes self-sufficiency for our Prince William area neighbors in crisis due to hunger, homelessness, and personal violence.
Active Minds is the nation's premier nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for students. Through award-winning programs and services, Active Minds is empowering a new generation to speak openly, act courageously, and change the conversation about mental health for everyone.