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Ways to Give Local on Giving Tuesday

It's true that it takes a village to ignite real change. Be part of the village this Giving Tuesday. Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement created...

In Memoriam: Arthur “Buddy” Harrison

In the summer of 2019, Arthur “Buddy” Harrison was suffering from pancreatic cancer. Early one morning, my then-four-year-old daughter got up early to leave...

DC Dream Center Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

Celebrate the day the dream came true! The DC Dream Center (DCDC, 2826 Q St SE.) is holding a block party on Saturday, August 27th...

Ballou High School Poets Have the Write Stuff

A group of Ballou High School students recently achieved something that many seasoned writers would envy: they became published poets. Their class was part...

No More Graves: DC Nonprofit Takes Their Motto Seriously

After seeing countless children lose their lives to senseless violence in his southeast community, Ira “Spanky” Mathis had seen enough and decided that he...

Explore Musical Journey of Jackson Family

Get your tickets for a voyage through musical history. The award-winning Northeast Performing Arts Group presents their 42nd annual summer production, "A Tribute to the...

Pop Up Youth Vaccine Clinic Saturday Near Rosedale Rec

DC Health just announced a pop-up vaccination clinic for youth 12 years of age and older will take place this Saturday, June 26th at Peace...

Does your non-profit support youth activities in the District? You may qualify for an Events DC Community Grant! The program offers financial support to qualifying...

Give Us Statehood Now!: The Old Man of Anacostia

June 24 is the last day of the DC public school year and it cannot come soon enough for many students, parents, guardians and...

Join Monday Meeting to Plan Summer Activities for Youth

It’s looking like this summer is going to be quite different than the last. Now is the perfect time to think about summer youth...