Catalogue Class of
As we celebrate our 15th anniversary year, the Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington is proud to announce the Class of 2017-18. These nonprofits have been chosen to appear in the print Catalogue (to be released November 1st) and/or to be featured on our website.
The charities listed below have successfully passed a rigorous review process conducted by a team of 120+ experts in the local philanthropic field. Let them know that you are proud of their achievements: congratulate them with a “shout out” on Twitter using the icons next to their names.
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- * Annandale Christian Community for Action (2017) (Annandale, VA)
Child care and emergency assistance to our vulnerable neighbors.
- * Arlington Street People's Assistance Network (2017) (Arlington, VA)
Aims to end homelessness through supportive services and housing.
- ASHA for Women (2017) (Rockville, MD)
Empowering South Asian women to lead abuse-free lives.
- Asian American LEAD (2017) (Washington, DC)
After-school & summer mentoring programs targeting low-income Asian American youth.
- Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project (2017) (Washington, DC)
Serves Asian/Pacific Islander survivors of gender-based violence.
- Bethesda Chevy Chase Rescue Squad (2017) (Bethesda, MD)
Provides, at no cost, life-saving technology to communities served.
- Capital Area Asset Builders (2017) (Washington, DC)
Helps low- and moderate-income individuals and families to build wealth.
- The Choral Arts Society of Washington (2017) (Washington, DC)
Professional-caliber volunteer chorus performing masterpieces and new works.
- City Kids Wilderness Project (2017) (Washington, DC)
Academic and life success through empowerment and outdoor adventure.
- Community Family Life Services (2017) (Washington, DC)
Support services for homeless and low income families and individuals.
- CREATE Arts Center (2017) (Silver Spring, MD)
Inspires creativity to advance personal development and well-being.
- DC Creative Writing Workshop (2017) (Washington, DC)
In-class and after-school creative writing program for at-risk schoolchildren.
- * Doorways for Women and Families (2017) (Arlington, VA)
Creating pathways out of homelessness, domestic violence and sexual assault.
- The Downtown Cluster's Geriatric Day Care Center (2017) (Washington, DC)
Day center offering frail, at-risk seniors therapeutic and supportive services.
- The Dwelling Place (2017) (Gaithersburg, MD)
Housing and support services for homeless families with children.
- Educational Theatre Company (2017) (Arlington, VA)
Student-created and process-driven theatre education for ages 3-103.
- Emerging Scholars (2017) (Arlington, VA)
14-month academic/leadership enrichment for underrepresented students.
- Falls Church-McLean Children's Center (2017) (Falls Church, VA)
Building essential skills to help young children become kindergarten-ready.
- First Generation College Bound (2017) (Laurel, MD)
Increases college matriculation rates for least advantaged youth.
- * Friendship Place (2017) (Washington, DC)
Empowers people to leave homelessness and rebuild their lives.
- Georgetown Ministry Center (2017) (Washington, DC)
A service-rich day center for chronically homeless individuals.
- * Hillside Work - Scholarship Connection (2017) (Greenbelt, MD)
Increases high school graduation rates and teaches skills for employment.
- The House, Student Leadership Center (2017) (Woodbridge, VA)
Out-of-school time youth development and mentoring initiatives.
- The In Series (2017) (Washington, DC)
DC's home for innovative opera, intimate cabaret, and Latino programming.
- * Joy of Motion Dance Center (2017) (Washington, DC)
Dance education, performance, and engagement opportunities for a diverse community.
- Jubilee Jobs (2017) (Washington, DC)
Free job placement for individuals seeking marketplace jobs.
- * Latino Economic Development Center (2017) (Washington, DC)
Drives economic advancement of low- to moderate income underserved communities.
- * The Literacy Lab (2017) (Washington, DC)
Literacy interventions to close the achievement gap.
- Lydia's House in Southeast (2017) (Washington, DC)
HUD-approved housing counseling agency and youth mentoring programs.
- Metropolitan Center for the Visual Arts (2017) (Rockville, MD)
Transforms individuals and communities through the visual arts.
- National Philharmonic (2017) (North Bethesda, MD)
Resident professional orchestra, chorale and music education institute at Strathmore.
- Nueva Vida (2017) (Alexandria, VA)
Services throughout the cancer continuum for underserved Latinas.
- OAR of Fairfax County (2017) (Fairfax, VA)
Assists those involved with the criminal justice system.
- Perry School Community Services Center (2017) (Washington, DC)
Remedying conditions of chronic poverty through education and employment.
- Phoenix Bikes (2017) (Arlington, VA)
Teaches underserved teens bicycle repair through a community bike shop.
- Project Create (2017) (Washington, DC)
Creative youth development for children experiencing homelessness and poverty.
- Public Allies Washington, DC (2017) (Washington, DC)
Leadership and professional development that connects young adults to careers.
- Reading Partners (2017) (Washington, DC)
Tutoring program for low-income elementary students.
- * Seabury Resources for Aging (2017) (Washington, DC)
Social and housing supports to low-income elderly.
- * Wendt Center for Loss and Healing (2017) (Washington, DC)
Mental health services for victims of trauma, grief and loss.
- Western Fairfax Christian Ministries (2017) (Chantilly, VA)
Western Fairfax's go-to referral for emergency needs assistance.
- Young Women's Project (2017) (Washington, DC)
Builds the leadership and power of DC young people.