Revitalize local shelters, low-income family homes, and public schools alongside coworkers, family, friends, social groups, or join an open build.
In the District, one in every eight households struggles with hunger. Join the DCJCC to combat hunger within our community by mixing, chopping and preparing meals for local shelters. Be a part of this valuable undertaking by preparing food for individuals and local shelters in need. Either at the DCJCC or at DC Central Kitchen.
Prepare someone to rejoin the workforce. Conduct mock interviews with clients and provide feedback to refine their interview skills. Utilize your interview skills and experience to help local job seekers obtain employment. The DCJCC collaborates with Jubilee Jobs who helped nearly 1,000 individuals obtain employment last year. On-site training and tools are provided to volunteers - no previous experience required.
Books to Prisons
Share your love of reading by sending donated reading materials to prisoners. The DC Books to Prisons Project provides a critical link between citizens who are incarcerated and those outside prison walls by sending donated reading material to prisoners. Individuals respond to requests from prisoners (received via mail) for books relating to their specific interests.
Handmade for the Homeless
Connect with fellow knitters and crocheters to craft warm winter items for the homeless; all levels are welcome. Whether you’re experienced or learning, handmade for the homeless allows volunteer’s to warm those living on the streets with handmade hats, gloves, and scarves.
*Beginners interested in a lesson please contact Elena Frenkel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One donation can save 4 lives. Make your donation with the DCJCC in partnership with Inova Blood Donor Services. Every two seconds someone needs a blood transfusion. The DCJCC hosts four on-site blood drives throughout the year.Click this link to learn about eligibility requirements.
Tailored Group Projects
Our team can help you design a tailored volunteer experience. Click to learn more.
Whether you’re in search of specific volunteer opportunities or a project targeting your personal or professional interests, we can build a program just for you. A few examples include; alternative spring breaks, corporate team building, Mitzvah projects, and birthday celebrations.
*This option has a 10 person group minimum. Please send inquires to Elena Frenkel at email@example.com.
Intern with MCCCS
Intern with the Morris Cafritz Center for Community Service. Recieve academic credit, gain valuable work experience, and develop new skills. Internships available September-December. Contact Erica for more information.