Help run, set up, tear down, and organize our annual street festival!
Since 2010, the Literary Hill BookFest has been a great day for books and readers on Capitol Hill, with discussions, readings, and signings with the best local writers of memoirs and fiction, politics and poetry, history and sports, food and fantasy--and books for kids.
Family and Youth Initiative (DCFYI) supports older teens in foster care and helps them make lifelong connections with caring adults.
Higher Achievement Study Hall Aides support a group of 5th - 7th grade scholars academically with homework help, tutoring in core subject areas, study skills, and other complimentary academic skills one afternoon a week.
G. Krug & Son has fabricated, restored, and installed metalwork on and in numerous buildings, landmarks, and institutions, as well as provided metalwork for parks, cemeteries, and other public areas. The task of the photographer would be to find these projects, and document them through photography.
Help A Wider Circle collect, sort, and distribute furniture, clothing, and household items to low income families.
As a lawyer, marketer, social media expert, evaluation specialist, or professional in another field, help local nonprofits improve and expand their services in your community.
Volunteers work on-on-one with students in Kindergarten to 4th grade, using a structured curriculum to improve reading skills.
Help archive and digitize business ledgers and drawings dating back to 1841 at the G. Krug & Son Ironworks Museum in Baltimore.
Volunteers are crucial to the operation of Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital. Volunteers are needed to lead tours, help maintain the gardens, assist with special events, greet visitors, help with behind the scenes administrative tasks, and more.
Common Threads need volunteers who are committed to helping out in an after-school setting, eager to engage with children and parents on food and nutrition and enthusiastic about cooking healthy, delicious meals together!
The Te Guio Mentoring Program matches male mentors with at-risk Latino males in DC Public Schools to help the student stay on track for high school graduation and guide them through the college application process.
G. Krug & Son Ironworks Museum is looking for someone to research and then develop educational programming based on the history and opportunities presented through G. Krug & Son.
Prepare food and share a meal with our homeless neighbors.
Support seniors at residential facilities in Ward 6 by assisting with scheduled events or leading your own activity. Choose activities such as dancing, games, singing, chair exercises, and current events discussions.
Horton's Kids is a community-based, social change organization that serves 500 children, grades K through 12, living in an isolated and violent neighborhood in southeast Washington, DC called Wellington Park
Serve Your City trains local young professionals to inspire DC youth through educational and athletic programs.