Age-Friendly DC is a coordinated, comprehensive, and collective-action effort whose goal is to ensure that all DC residents are active, connected, healthy, engaged, and happy in their environment.
DC Action for Children is a nonprofit, nonpartisan child and youth advocacy organization dedicated to using data, public policy, and partnerships with a lens toward race equity to break down barriers that stand in the way of all kids reaching their full potential.
DC Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Campaign is a citywide campaign meant to educate taxpayers about the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and other tax benefits that can boost their annual incomes.
DC Food Policy Council is a coalition of food leaders and government staff appointed by Mayor Muriel Bowser to promote a more equitable, healthy, and sustainable food system in the District.
D.C. Language Access Coalition is an alliance of 41 community-based and civil rights organizations advocating for language access rights within D.C. as well as other social justice issues that affect local immigrant communities.
DC Senior Advisory Coalition is dedicated to unifying the voices of older adults in Washington, DC to improve their quality of life. Made up of more than 70-member organizations and individual advocates, the Coalition’s focus is on: the DC Office on Aging’s fiscal apportionment, and the provision of meals, transportation, and housing for the most vulnerable, low-income older adults in the city.
Fair Budget Coalition advocates for budget and public policy initiatives that address poverty and human needs in the District of Columbia by leveraging the collective power of its member organizations, including working with social service providers to empower those directly affected by poverty to participate in the advocacy process.
Healthy Youth and Schools Commission was created to inform the Mayor and the Council on the health, wellness, and nutritional issues concerning youth and schools in the District. The Commissioners are appointed by the Mayor from government, business, and community organizations across the city. The Healthy Youth and Schools Commission meets quarterly, and meetings are open to the public.
Under3DC is a broad-based coalition in the District of Columbia, harnesses the voices and power of parents with young children, early educators, advocates, and health professionals to create transformative social change.