Today’s #whatsupwednesday post features Catalogue nonprofits doing great work all over the DC area — from Whole Foods in Georgetown to Children’s National Medical Center across town. Take a look (and see the video here)!
August is Artist Appreciation Month and we welcome Executive Director Nancy Schwalb from D.C. Creative Writing Workshop to speak about the important influence of artistic creativity on youth development and empowerment. The D.C. Creative Writing Workshop, based in the Congress Heights neighborhood of Southeast D.C., unites parents, teachers and professional writers-in-residence to transform the lives of youth through self-expression and the power of the written word.
We hope everyone’s enjoying August! We at CFP are all pleasantly surprised by the lack of humidity this month! This upcoming week brings Happy Hours, baseball games, a day of fishing, and a powerful doc screening. An eclectic batch of events brought to you by CFP nonprofits, hope to see you at an event!
August is finally here! The roads are clearing out, sidewalks are opening up, and we are all trying to soak up and enjoy this last month of summer. If you’re not lounging on the beach or out of town with the family, have fun close to home at some great events put on CFP nonprofits! This week we bring you an array of theater performances, outdoor volunteer events, film festivals!
August is Artist Appreciation Month and among our 52 of art-related nonprofits we welcome Christie Walser of Project Create to 7 questions. Christie joined Project Create as Executive Director in January, 2011, bringing with her nearly two decades of nonprofit administration experience, a passionate commitment to child advocacy, and a long-time avocation as a community-theater actor, director and producer. Project Create provides accessible arts education to promote positive development in children, youth, and families experiencing homelessness and poverty.
NO TAXES….on back to school supplies this weekend (8/1 – 8/3) in Virginia! Help students in need get ready for school by adding an extra item to your cart — whether online or in-store — or find an opportunity to help sort & pack up donated supplies so backpacks are full and ready for the first day of school!