Our efforts to help families and small businesses have a direct impact on the communities they exist within.
Over the years we’ve participated in many local and national events to support schools and charitable organizations with donations of time, money, and good old elbow grease when needed.
While that’s a good start, we can do more.
That’s why we’ve created our “Charity of The Month” program.
Each month, we’ll pick a cause or organization from our growing list of charities to support.
The donation type may be time, some type of service, or a financial contribution.
We will invite our community of friends and clients to help us in our efforts.
Below you’ll find some of the organizations we’ll be working with.
Please contact us to learn more or nominate a cause.
But don’t wait for us, feel free to donate to one of them today! There is truly strength in numbers.
Girls On The Run-DC
We inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. By supporting us, you make it possible for girls to participating in our life-changing program. No matter how you choose to give, every contribution is used to change the lives of girls throughout DC and Prince George's County.
Frontline Community Services is recognized in the Greater Washington D.C. area for dedicated support and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD). Frontline provides Supported Living, Behavioral Therapy, In-Home Care, and Respite Care services in DC & MD.
The Well Project is a non-profit organization whose mission is to change the course of the HIV/AIDS pandemic through a unique and comprehensive focus on women and girls. We are a recognized leader in the fight against HIV, revolutionizing the availability and accessibility of meaningful and relevant information designed specifically for women living with HIV.
Words Beats & Life began as a conference at the University of Maryland in the fall of 2000; founders worked to create a vehicle to transform individual lives and communities through Hip-Hop. In 2003, WBL was incorporated as a nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) status in the District of Columbia and began its first program, the Saturday Arts Academy, which is now known as the Words Beats & Life Academy. http://wblinc.org/ourwork/
We dramatically improve the lives of those living with rare and severe medical conditions so they can live their best life possible. Our vision is to help them thrive, not just survive. Our Champions live with rare & severe medical conditions from genetics, injuries, illnesses, or a traumatic event. Geographically, they’re spread out over eleven different states.
Horton’s Kids empowers children living in one of DC’s most under-resourced communities so that they graduate from high school ready for success in college, career, and life. We serve 500 children, grades K-12 living in Wellington Park, a neighborhood where 80% of adults don’t have a high school diploma and the average annual household income is less than $10,000. Our goal is to change their trajectory by providing academic, youth development, and health & basic needs support. Our impact is dramatic: children in Horton’s Kids are 2x as likely to graduate high school.
Since 1958, Woodley House has provided a pathway to recovery for thousands as they work to reclaim their lives. Our organization currently serves nearly 300 men and women living with behavioral health disorders every year through residential and other critical support services. We are dedicated to helping people with mental illness or substance use disorders live full and healthy lives with dignity within our safe and comforting residential community.