In the Community
So much need, so little help
The Washington, DC metro area is an undeniable reflection of America's many socioeconomic gaps. It is documented that the Nation's Capital and its surrounding counties are among the country's wealthiest regions per capita, however, the spectrum of socioeconomic conditions is vast. There are billionaires who live a short walk from homelessness and families living in extreme poverty. With so many young professionals in the region, there has never been a greater opportunity to pool together resources to make progress in closing these gaps and improving the conditions of the under-served.
Anacostia Voyage Society believes that mentoring, volunteering, and donating are effective ways to support this effort. We need your help. There will be a volunteer registration drive at all AVS events and incentives to those who choose to engage their local community with good deeds. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The P.E.A.R.L.S., Inc.
The P.E.A.R.L.S. Inc. is a female mentoring program established to encourage young ladies by giving them a positive outlook on life through adult female mentoring, lectures, workshops, physical activity and practical application.
Be The Match
Be The Match® is a global leader in bone marrow transplantation. We conduct research to improve transplant outcomes provide support and resources for patients, and partner with a global network.
The MusicianShip was founded by a passionate group of music enthusiasts who view music as a vehicle to change lives. Since our founding, we have garnered the support of internationally recognized musicians and constantly work to engage people who are willing to serve a dual role as not only music educators, but also as mentors.
Our vision is to continue to be a more impactful and relevant community-based organization and emerge as the preeminent organization in Northern Virginia that works with key decision-makers to help our constituency in securing self-reliance, parity, power and civil rights. To help individuals, families and communities achieve their full potential; in essence, our vision is “Empowering Communities and Changing Lives”.
Founded in 1992, Thursday Network is comprised of more than 130 young professionals committed to serving the Washington Metropolitan area through community programs and partnership that address the Empowerment Goals of the National Urban League. The mission of TN is to provide a forum for young adults, ages 21 – 40, to focus their energies on community service, professional development, and political involvement.