Partner Directory

Partner Name Address
Year Founded: 2008

Trinity School of Early Learning is a Christ-centered Episcopal school nurturing a diverse community of multiple faiths and nationalities, ages 2.5-5 years. We honor the dignity, diversity and individual needs of the whole child as we prepare her or him for entry into kindergarten. Our program provides a creative and developmentally appropriate environment to promote the social, emotional, spiritual, cognitive and physical growth
of our students.

Trinity School of Early Learning
2217 Columbia Pike
Arlington , VA 22204
Phone: 7039208695
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Trust for the National Mall
Year Founded: 2007

At the Trust for the National Mall, our mission is to preserve, protect, and enrich the historic legacy and visitor experience on the National Mall. As the official non-profit partner of the National Park Service, the Trust for the National Mall provides expertise on park projects, advocates for congressional funding, and supports and supplies critical projects and modernizations on the National Mall.

1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Ste 700
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: 2024079408
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Unique Residential Care Center Resident Community Advisory Board (URCC-RCAB)
Year Founded: 2005

The URCC-RCAB serves as an adviser to the Administrator of Unique Residential Care Center on quality assurance issues, promotion of Community involvement, development of events and long-range planning for the facility and residents, and fund-raising strategies which directly support our nursing home residents through social and recreational outings, in-house entertainment, specialty events and more.

901 First Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: 2025352094
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United Way of the National Capital Area
Year Founded: 1928

United Way of the National Capital Area improves the health, education and economic opportunity of every person in our community, regardless of race, gender, income or ability. We are committed to reducing disparities and inequities in our region by mobilizing all sectors of the community to create a more equitable future for all.

1015 15th St NW
Suite 1200
Washington, DC 20005
Phone: 2029342293
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Urban Agriculture International Program

The Urban Agriculture International Program-Multidisciplinary Lawyers Research Program, in its Legal Framework, is initialized, developed and managed by Camille BROU, PhD International Law and Post Doctoral International Humanitarian Law as a Vision and or Mission of Diplomatic-International/Foreign Affairs, US National Security, Safety and Protection.. The Urban Agriculture International Program in Consultative Status with the United Nations ECOSOC- Economic and Social Division aims to support all countries worldwide in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme, Food and Agriculture Organization, United Nations Institution For Children Education and Family, World Health Organization , World Bank Group, Embassies, Law Schools and Schools of Public Health and Medicine, and Hospitals, etc. for a Multilateral Health Care, Poverty Alleviation and Social Economic Welfare Programs implementation based communities worldwide. Within the fifty (50) States of the United States of America, an inn

2424 Massachussetts Avenue
Washington DC, DC 20008
Phone: 8082716858
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US Capitol Visitor Center
Year Founded: 1787

The Mission of the Capitol Visitor Center is to INFORM, INVOLVE, and INSPIRE every visitor to the US Capitol.

US Capitol
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: 202-593-1774
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US FreedomWalk Festival
Year Founded: 2000

The US Freedom Walk Festival Club is a non-profit, voluntary membership organization, and organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, to promote the health, physical fitness and wellbeing of the people of the United States by organizing, promoting, and conducting scheduled programs of noncompetitive, family-oriented, participatory lifetime sports, including but not limited to, walking (including jogging and running), bicycling, swimming, cross-country skiing.

Post Office Box 17208
Arlington, VA 22216
Phone: 703.209-0174
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VCS Cancer Foundation
Year Founded: 2018

The VCS Cancer Foundation strives to reduce cancer patients' emotional stress and enhance their well-being by providing various forms of support so they may focus on their recovery. The goal of the Volunteer Program is to make a connection with and provide support to patients.

P.O. Box 194
Herndon, VA 20172
Phone: 202-415-8629
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Velocity Bicycle Cooperative
Year Founded: 2009

Our mission is to grow and empower an inclusive biking community through education and affordability.

Affordability: Make safe reliable bicycles more affordable for everyone.
Diversity: Foster diversity within the cycling community.
Education: Expand the availability of quality cycling education within the community.
Recreation: Promote cycling as a healthy and enjoyable activity.

2647 North Pershing Drive
Arlington, VA 22201
Phone: 7035491108
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Veterans Assistance Project
Year Founded: 2016

The Mission of the Veterans Assistance Project is to provide support and services for Military Veterans and their Dependent's in the Great DMV region.. we provide direct and referral services in 17 major areas of need from advocacy, food, transportation, and intervention services. Although Our main Administrative Office is located in Maryland we do provide services throughout the region .

Main Office
3602 Osborne Court
Waldorf, MD 20602
Phone: 571-8393009
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Virginia Hospital Center Auxiliary 1625 George Mason Drive
Arlington, VA 22205
Phone: 7038680353
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Virginia Insurance Counseling & Assistance Program (VICAP)

The Virginia Insurance Counseling and Assistance Program (VICAP) provides free, in-depth, one-on-one insurance counseling to Medicare Beneficiaries, their families, friends and caregivers. Trained and certified VICAP counselors provide free and confidential assistance. VICAP serves Arlington County Residents.

Phone: 703-228-1725
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Virginia Scottish Games
Year Founded: 1973

The Virginia Scottish Games is an annual Scottish heritage festival held in the Plains, Virginia each every Labor Day weekend. Each year over 10,000 guests come to see competitions in Highland athletics, Highland piping, Highland drumming, Highland fiddling, and much more.

P.O. Box 1338, Alexandria, VA 22313 US
Alexandria, VA 22313
Phone: 7038616441
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Vitality Living Arlington
Year Founded: 2016

Our mission is to create vibrant communities where residents, families and team members can be themselves, live purposefully, and experience a profound sense of belonging.

3821 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, VA 22203
Phone: 7032946875
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Volunteer and Partner Services 12011 Government Center Pkwy.
Fairfax, VA 22035
Phone: 703-324-7751
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Volunteer Solutions
Year Founded: early 1990s

Volunteer Solutions recruits and connects volunteers with meaningful opportunities that improve the lives of older adults, adults with disabilities and family caregivers in Fairfax County. They are a partnership of Fairfax County's Department of Family Services and Neighborhood & Community Services.

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Volunteers of America, Chesapeake See Volunteer Opportunities
Year Founded: 2009

WalkArlington is Arlington County’s walking education and encouragement program. Active modes of transportation, including walking, are central to Arlington’s vision of an equitable transportation system that enhances the overall quality of life for those who live, work and play here.

WalkArlington supports the County’s vision by working collaboratively with local citizens, businesses, stakeholders, and County departments to offer programs that promote active transportation choices!

Phone: 703-597-7298
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Walter Reed Adult Day Health Care Center
Year Founded: 1976

The Walter Reed Adult Day Program provides personalized care to adults with healthcare needs and disabilities, giving them the ability to live at home longer while providing relief and guidance for their caregivers.

2909 16th Street South
Arlington, VA 22204
Phone: 703-228-5340
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Washington English Center
Year Founded: 1993

To provide affordable English-language instruction and workforce programs to adult immigrants using volunteers

401 9th Street NW c100
Washington, DC 20004
Phone: 2028004675
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Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy
Year Founded: 2013

To use the sports of baseball and softball as vehicles to foster positive character development, academic achievement and improved health among youth from underserved communities in Washington, D.C.

3675 Ely Place SE
Washington, DC 20019
Phone: 2028278960
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Washington West Film Festival
Year Founded: 2010

Story can change the world! We believe one great story should lead to another, which is why we are committed to giving 100% of our annual box office net proceeds to struggling communities. By attending Washington West, you become a producer of a real-life story of hope!

11911 Freedom Drive
8th Floor
Reston, VA 20190
Phone: 540-645-1653
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Watson Institute for Scientific Engineering Research
Year Founded: 2017

Integrating the innovation of applied science with the discovery of engineering research to solve seemingly unfathomable problems in STEM disciplines.

4201 Wilson Boulevard
Suite 110-444
Arlington, VA 22203
Phone: 7038469570
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We Together
Year Founded: 2022

We will implement social leadership in a development-oriented collaboration by participation of family members, increasing their interest in education and learning, and providing partnerships, friendships and advocacy service.

3400 Columbia Pike, Apt 638
Arlington, VA 22204
Phone: 2028137747
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Wesley Housing
Year Founded: 1974

To develop, own, operate, preserve, and maintain affordable housing and sustain quality communities for low- and moderate-income families and individuals across the Washington, D.C. region.

5515 Cherokee Avenue
Suite #200
Alexandria, VA 22312
Phone: 703-642-3830
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