Be ONE of 1,000 making a difference in 10,000 lives!


Every year 1,000 volunteers unite to improve the lives of over 10,000 people

They serve over 60 social service agencies

Projects and activities are available thoughout DC




The December 25th Day of Service is an excellent oppertuntiy to spend the day with friends and family to make a difference throughout DC.

Projects range from 2-4 hours in length and include serving meals, preparing food for the homeless, visiting seniors, painting and throwing Christmas parties.

Our annual used clothing drive. Drop off donation items in the Q Street lobby on December 24th and 25th (before Noon).

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FOOD/GIFTS DELIVERY AND VISITS
Get out and about on December 25th, invite friends or family, consider a food delivery project.  Volunteer teams will make several stops to homes to drop off a light breakfast, a Christmas meal or gifts for families. Sign up as a team. NOTE:  A “Team/
Vehicle” must have a minimum of 2 adults REQUIRED

GREAT OUTDOORS
Bundle up, put on your walking shoes and head outdoors.  This project provides warmth to the chronically homeless.  Join other volunteers and pass out supplies to those living on the DC streets.

PAINTING 
Brighten the day of those living in homeless shelters by brightening the walls. 

PREPARE A MEAL 
Chopping, dicing, slicing, assembling… if these words resonate with you, the food preparation projects may be just what you seek.

ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT
If you’re interested in a little bit of everything, this may be the project for you.  Activities range from distributing gifts to organizing donations.

LGBT COMMUNITY PROJECT
Join GLOE, which connects LGBT Jews (and our friends) at the DCJCC, as we come together to serve two great local organizations – HIPS and Metro TeenAIDS – that have a major impact here in DC.

SMALL GROUP PROJECTS
Gather a group of friends or family and work on a project together- ideal for groups of 3-6 people.  Projects include serving meals, throwing parties and home visits. 


SERVE A MEAL 
Throw on an apron and help spread joy with a meal and a smile.  These projects involve meal service and  the oppertunity to visit with the clients as well.

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Want to do MORE than just volunteer for D25...

Donate Gifts! This holiday season, consider buying a gift for those who otherwise might not get one. Your donation will be given to a client at one of the local social service agencies visited on D25.

All items should be NEW! socks, hats, gloves, scarves, and travel sized toiletries. Drop off your donations to the DCJCC Q Street Lobby by December 20th