Nonprofit Office Center at Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital
Hill Center's Nonprofit Office Center
Hill Center’s third floor has been turned into 9 elegantly appointed small office spaces for nonprofit organizations. Office space in the ADA accessible building comes with reception services at the front entrance of the building; shared access to a staff kitchenette; a Conference Room furnished with a table and chairs that will accommodate 14+ individuals; an informal seating or "huddle" space; and toilet facilities. Every office has been equipped with wired internet access via Ethernet jacks. Basic internet connectivity and utilities are included in the monthly use fee that ranges from $850 to $1,200 per month depending on size. A state-of-the-art geo thermal heating and cooling system allows each occupant to individually set their thermostat, and the windows in every office open.
One non-profit office is now available. If you would like more information or to see the space, contact Diana Ingraham at 202-549-4172 or email@example.com.
Advancing Girls' Education in Africa: AGE Africa
AGE Africa’s mission is to provide life-changing opportunities for young women in Malawi through targeted initiatives in education, mentoring, and leadership development. Our vision is that all girls in Africa will have equal access to secondary education, and that young scholars will be empowered to finish school, leverage their educations into viable opportunities for earned income, and have the tools they need to self-advocate for their own life choices. AGE Africa supports the education, sexual and reproductive health programs, and leadership development of over 700 Malawian girls at 22 secondary schools. Although in Malawi less than 6% of women hold a high school diploma, nearly 90% of AGE Africa’s students complete high school and 64% go on to higher education.
Aubryn Sidle, Executive Director
firstname.lastname@example.org , (240) 696-6050
Free Minds Book Club & Writer's Workshop
Free Minds Book Club & Writer's Workshop uses books, creative writing, and peer support to awaken DC youth incarcerated as adults to their own potential. Through creative expression, job readiness training, and violence prevention outreach, these young poets achieve their education and career goals, and become powerful voices for change in the community.
Founded in 1995 in Washington, DC, by Conductor and Artistic Director Ryan Brown, Opera Lafayette has earned critical acclaim and a loyal following for its performances and recordings with international singers renowned for their interpretations of baroque and classical operas. Opera Lafayette is committed to teaching 17th- and 18th-century musical traditions to the next generation of artists, and to cultivating an appreciation of this music among new audiences of all ages. Telephone: (202) 546-9332 email: email@example.com
Founded by writers in 1980, the PEN/Faulkner Foundation brings together American writers and readers in a wide variety of programs to promote a love of literature. The foundation is named for William Faulkner, who used his Nobel Prize funds to create an award for young writers, and PEN, the international writers’ organization.
Co-founded in 2004 by Kenyan conservationist Dr. Richard Leakey, who is credited with putting an end to the elephant slaughter in Kenya in the 1980s and delivering an international ban on ivory trade, and Hal Wackman, previous World Bank Country Director in Kenya is dedicated to “Changing minds, behaviour and laws to ensure Africa’s critical species endure forever.” Their flagship campaign, Hands Off Our Elephants, has mobilized the public in Kenya and driven legal reforms in Kenya and East Africa.
World War II Memorial Foundation
Founded in 2007, the Friends of the National World War II Memorial is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to ensuring that the legacy, lessons, and sacrifices of World War II are not forgotten and enhancing the educational experience for visitors to the National World War II Memorial in Washington, DC. The nonprofit organization was established by former ABMC members, who were responsible for implementing a Congressional mandate to recommend a site and a design and to fund and build the National World War II Memorial. They were concerned with making the Memorial all that it was intended to be by its planners: an open, welcoming, gathering place on the National Mall; a place of reverent remembrance; and a place to honor and celebrate the spirit of America during World War II. With growing private support, the cooperation of the National Park Service (NPS), the Military District of Washington, and others, these hopes are being realized.