More than 1,400 AmeriCorps members serve District of Columbia communities through more than 50 nonprofit and community-based organizations across the city.
Serve DC’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) volunteer program trains citizens to be better prepared to respond to emergencies in their communities.
Serve DC is encouraging residents to volunteer on behalf of the DC Citizen Snow Team.
Serve DC encourages and works to ensure the full and active participation of individuals with disabilities in national and community service in the District of Columbia.
Global Youth Service Day (GYSD), is an annual campaign that celebrates and mobilizes the millions of children and youth who improve their communities each day of the
As Global Youth Service Day (GYSD) lead agency for the District of Columbia, Serve DC engages residents with meaningful service opportunities and connects community-based organizations with committed, passionate volunteers.
Serve DC is the DC Commission on National and Community Service, one of more than 50 State Service Commissions that administer federal Co
The nation’s mayors are increasingly turning to national service as a cost-effective strategy to address city challenges.
NeighborGood is a free, online District of Columbia-specific volunteer opportunity database and search engine.
Serve DC provides free emergency preparedness training as part of its Neighborhood Corps initiative, which ensures DC residents have the skills and resources necessary to serve their communities in times of crisis.
Serve DC is dedicated to promoting service as an innovative, sustainable solution to the challenges we face as a community and a nation. Serve DC encourages DC residents to get involved with service and volunteer activities around the District.
Serve DC supports DC community-based organizations with volunteer recruitment through its "Volunteer Bulletin." The Serve DC Volunteer Bulletin is a periodic e-listing of local volunteer opportunities that connects residents with meaningful service and helps