African Women Council, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit humanitarian national and international organization whose mission is to empower women and children to improve their lives in Montgomery County, Maryland and in Africa through access to information, literacy, health education, civic participation and entrepreneurship.
Engaging older adults in health improvement and life enhancement through the arts, AFTA trains and supports a faculty of professional teaching artists who lead workshops for groups of seniors in under-served partner agencies: day care centers, community centers and nursing homes that typically are nonprofit and focused on safety-net services for older adults — those who are vulnerable and frail.
Through providing counseling, education, tools, and resources, AAHC was established to empower and inspire low-moderate income communities to achieve and maintain the American dream of homeownership. AAHC increases homeownership success by placing individuals on the road to financial self-sufficiency. AAHC is a HUD approved housing counseling agency.
The Center for Nonprofit Advancement expands professional development opportunities, access and capacity for nonprofit organizations throughout the Washington D.C. region and the Commonwealth of Virginia. We also help the region’s nonprofit organizations amplify their voice on issues that matter most.
Working all in Chinese, CASSA provides social service information to assist seniors to adapt more readily to life in American society; they organize senior groups to conduct community services and social events to advocate for senior benefits and rights; provide a platform for senior activities to promote both the mental and physical health of the participants; and lastly provide opportunities for seniors to participate in volunteer works, and help seniors to build their self-confidence and self-esteem.
ClancyWorks’ mission is to increase the public appetite for and understanding of the arts by presenting high quality dance performances and educational programs; expand the relevance of dance in people’s lives by demonstrating that creative movement can be used to solve conflicts, develop community cohesion, improve academic achievement, and promote civic responsibility; nurture leadership skills and artistic excellence in emerging artists.
The mission of CVC is to educate businesses on how to partner with and support nonprofit organizations by helping create successful volunteer/charitable programs that positively impact the business, its employees, and the local community.
A dynamic women’s entrepreneurial development organization, Empowered Women International creates social empowerment and economic opportunity for immigrant, refugee and American-born women who face challenging economic and personal circumstances in the greater Washington, DC, metropolitan area.
The mission of Girls on the Run is to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. They envision a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.
IFFP’s mission is to develop our children, ourselves, and our community through opportunities for education about Christianity and Judaism, holiday celebrations, fellowship, spiritual gatherings, community services, and exploration of interfaith identity in an environment that encourages questions and respects different answers.
International Christian Community-Eurasia’s mission is to edify people in Europe to know God and themselves, equip the faithful to carry out God’s ministry and encourage individuals to achieve the fullness of God’s purpose.
ICI provides professional expertise and student volunteer services in collaboration with other local partners and community-based organizations to improve quality of life for underserved populations. ICI also promotes and facilitates global service experience for professionals and students.
Based in Balitmore, with a satellite office in Montgomery County at the Nonprofit Village, the mission of Maryland Nonprofits is to strengthen, educate, and engage nonprofit organizations, so they can successfully achieve their missions.
The National Federation’s mission is to provide advocacy at the national level for the rights of children and youth with emotional, behavioral and mental health challenges and their families; to provide leadership and technical assistance to a nation-wide network of family run organizations; and to collaborate with family run and other child serving organizations to transform mental health care in America.
The New Orchestra of Washington’s mission is to make music relevant to new generations of audiences through virtuosic performances that combine a diversity of genres with fresh interpretations of classic works. Unconstrained by the structure or repertoire of traditional orchestras, NOW is both modern and sustainable, proving how orchestral and chamber music can not only survive but flourish in the 21st century. NOW embodies mutual respect and admiration for each other’s artistry and a common belief in the importance of revitalizing the role of music in our lives.
Nonprofit Montgomery works to strengthen the nonprofit sector serving Montgomery County, Maryland, through leadership development, organizational capacity building, and peer-to-peer networking and support; increase the visibility of nonprofits and the work they do; and influence progress through advocacy and strategic partnerships.
Pain Connection is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering people with chronic pain to improve their quality of life, decrease their sense of isolation and take a more activerole in their treatment. Its programs of providing support groups, specialized classes, a speaker series, training and supervision of mental health professionals on chronic pain, a newsletter on relevant issues, information and referrals, and community outreach and education.
SACH’s mission is to improve the quality of pediatric cardiac care for children from developing countries who suffer from heart disease and to create centers of competence in these countries. SACH’s local office is housed in the Nonprofit Village.