For general operating support.
To support the CDP work in Washington DC and across the USA.
To support the 2016-2017 season.
To support the special exhibition Renoir and Friends: Decoding Luncheon of the Boating Party.
To support Free the Beast!, a four million dollar fundraising effort that will support the production of 25 new plays over a ten-year period.
To support ISH-DC need to continue to operate at full capacity.
For family planning services.
To provide contraception to program participants.
To provide internship opportunities for young professionals in historic preservation in the US and abroad.
To support three staff positions, a lecture series and the Public Archaeology Program.
To ensure relevancy of the recently-digitized Object Database.
To support volunteer training and coordination, database and web site development and outreach for the ANS water quality monitoring program.
To support the next generation Chesapeake Bay Funders Network Capacity Building Initiative.
To staff the attorney position in order to meet increasing demand for services and to build capacity to reach a larger audience. This is a three year request.
To support the Anacostia River and Watershed project to create a recreational asset for residents across the region and to help drive economic development that will benefit communities along the Anacostia River.
To provide legal services free of charge to various grass roots organizations working to restore the Anacostia River.
To purchase a pontoon boat for commercial charters and tours.
To develop and enhance the Festival’s online presence. Overhaul and upgrade of web site, including blog, clips, trailer, and integration of social media.
To support the Potomac Circuit Rider and the Land and Water Initiative in the Chesapeake watershed
To support capacity building work throughout the watersheds in and around the DC area.
To support improved water quality throughout West Virginia’s Potomac River Watershed.
To complete the capital campaign for the Phase III expansion of THEARC,.
To support individualized education and training for diabetic patients to foster disease management and significantly reduce diabetic emergencies.
To support the Building Futures Pre- Apprenticeship Program for Wards 7 & 8 residents.
For general operating support for Wards 7 & 8 program in Washington, D.C.
To support core partnership program to a cohort of six nonprofits.
To support small organizations serving Wards 7 & 8, Washington D.C.
To implement and expand the Pathways to Prosperity IT Training Program.
To increase programing capacity, expand communication and development outreach, and ensure financial stability through cash reserves.
To fund operations of its Washington, D.C. Ward 7 Achievement Center.
To enhance outreach, recruitment, engagement and support of outstanding youth leaders from Washington, D.C. Wards 7 & 8.
For program support for onsite out of school time art education.