From a press release:
“Hill Center is proud to announce the fourth annual Volunteer Capitol Hill, a volunteer fair featuring over 35 non-profit organizations, on April 30 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Volunteer Capitol Hill takes place at Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital, 921 Pennsylvania Ave, SE.
Volunteer Capitol Hill showcases the diverse range of community building activities being undertaken by nonprofit groups all over Capitol Hill. Whether individuals are looking to make a difference in the community, develop new job skills, make new friends, or spend time together as a family, there is an opportunity for everyone.
With organizations spanning from youth development to dog rescue to food pantries and everything in between, volunteers will find something that fits their interests, availability, and skill sets. There are even opportunities that people can do comfortable from their homes, one time, or ongoing commitments.
Participating organizations include:
A Wider Circle – AARP Driver Safety – Amnesty International Capitol Hill Group – Barracks Row Main Street – BEST Kids Mentoring Program – Capitol Hill Community Foundation – Capitol Hill Group Ministry – Capitol Hill Restoration Society – Capitol Hill Village – Common Threads – Community of Hope – Cultural Tourism DC – DC Central Kitchen – DC Public Library – Department of Parks and Recreation – Family & Youth Initiative – First Book-DC – For Love of Children – G. Krug & Son Ironworks Museum – Higher Achievement – Hill Center – Homeless Children’s Playtime Project – Horton’s Kids – Jan’s Tutoring House – Latino Student Fund – Legal Counsel for the Elderly/D.C. Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program – Literary Hill BookFest – Little Lights Urban Ministries – Reading Partners – ReServe, Inc. (Mid-Atlantic) – Rotary Club of Capitol Hill – Rural Dog Rescue – Seabury Resources for Aging, Ward 6 – Serve Your City – Sports on the Hill – Taproot Foundation – Thrive DC – U.S. Botanic Garden – Ward 6 Democrats
Volunteer Capitol Hill celebrates the extraordinary contributions made by Nicky and Steve Cymrot over a period of forty years to the Capitol Hill community and, in particular, their vision and leadership in the creation of Hill Center.
Volunteer Capitol Hill is sponsored by Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar & Eatery, Capitol Hill Community Foundation, Hill Center, Hill Rag, National Capital Bank, Pennsylvania Ave. Exxon, Pettie-Tubbs-Edwards Team at Coldwell Banker Realty, and Riverby Books.”