How We Serve DC

Serve DC is the District of Columbia Government agency dedicated to promoting service as an innovative, sustainable solution to meet community needs.

With grant funds from the Corporation for National and Community Service and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Serve DC supports District communities by facilitating public, private and government partnerships, engaging residents in meaningful service opportunities, providing free trainings and resources, and helping community-based organizations strengthen their capacity to address the social challenges we face as a city and a nation.

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Mayor Gray and Serve DC Encourage Residents to Honor September 11 and Men and Women in Uniform with Service

“This Day of Service and Remembrance offers us an exceptional opportunity to say ‘thank you’ to real heroes like first responders and military men and women,” Mayor Gray said. “Our words of gratitude are powerful, but even more so are pledges to volunteer our time to make a positive impact on our community.”

Posted on Tuesday, September 10th 2013

Say thank you with Service on September 11! Serve DC is encouraging residents to commemorate the September 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance and pay tribute to the men and women in uniform by giving back. On behalf of Blue Star Families and Operation Honor Cards, Serve DC is hosting &#8220;#ThankUniforms,&#8221; an outreach campaign that calls on District residents to pledge and fulfill service hours in the District of Columbia to honor the service of first responders, military service members, veterans, and their families.
Learn how you can give back and get involved on our website! 

Say thank you with Service on September 11! Serve DC is encouraging residents to commemorate the September 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance and pay tribute to the men and women in uniform by giving back. On behalf of Blue Star Families and Operation Honor Cards, Serve DC is hosting “#ThankUniforms,” an outreach campaign that calls on District residents to pledge and fulfill service hours in the District of Columbia to honor the service of first responders, military service members, veterans, and their families.

Learn how you can give back and get involved on our website! 

Posted on Thursday, September 5th 2013

Still a bit mystified as to how it&#8217;s September, but that is mostly overridden by all the awesome stuff we have coming up this month! Read all about it in our September Newsletter &#8212; learn how you can give back on the September 11 National Day of Service &amp; Remembrance, learn about National Preparedness Month activities in DC, and more!

Still a bit mystified as to how it’s September, but that is mostly overridden by all the awesome stuff we have coming up this month! Read all about it in our September Newsletter — learn how you can give back on the September 11 National Day of Service & Remembrance, learn about National Preparedness Month activities in DC, and more!

Posted on Thursday, September 5th 2013