Serve DC’s CERT volunteer program trains citizens to be better prepared to respond to emergencies in their communities.
Mobilizing millions of young people who improve their communities throughout the year with a annual celebrated campaign.
Engaging residents with meaningful service opportunities and connects community-based organizations with committed, passionate volunteers.
Annually awarding AmeriCorps grants to District-based organizations committed to using national service to address critical needs.
Monday, January 16, 2017: Celebrating and honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through service, leadership development and interfaith dialogue.
The nation’s mayors are increasingly turning to national service as a cost-effective strategy to address city challenges.
MLK Day of Service: Register a Service Project or Event
Serve DC's Neighborhood Corps Initiative provides free preparedness training.
Serve DC is encouraging residents to commemorate the September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance and pay tribute to men and women in uniform by giving back.
Serve DC encourages DC residents to get involved with service and volunteer activities.
Our Volunteer Bulletin supports DC community organizations with volunteer recruitment.
Volunteer.dc.gov is a free, District of Columbia volunteer opportunity database and search engine.
Volunteer.dc.gov: Volunteer Opportunity Search
Submit District-based, unpaid opportunities only opportunities for Serve DC's Volunteer.DC.Gov volunteer database.
In partnership with the Mayor's Office on GLBT Affairs and the DC Office on Women's Policy and Initiatives, Serve DC will honor World AIDS Day in the District by hosting its third annual DC Government World AIDS Day Food Drive.
Serve DC offers many free programs and resources designed to introduce young people to the opportunities available to them through service and volunteerism.