"The People for Fairness Coalition is a DC city wide effort to end housing instabilities for individuals who live on the streetsand shelters of the nation’s capital. Each year, we call to action our many pieces of work in rememberence of those who live or died with out a home. PFC is charged with the duty to ending housing instabilites for individuals and families through Advocacy/Outreach and Mentorship."
ONE DC (formerly Manna CDC) was founded in 1997 in the midst of neighborhood change. From early on, ONE DC's approach to community development addressed structural causes of poverty and injustice, an orientation that stemmed from deep analysis of race, power, and the economic, political, and social forces at work in Shaw and the District. As a result, ONE DC’s organizing work centers on popular education, community organizing, and alternative economic development projects.
The mission of Empower DC is to enhance, improve and promote the self-advocacy of low and moderate income DC residents in order to bring about sustained improvements in their quality of life. We accomplish our mission through grassroots organizing and trainings, leadership development, and community education.
Empower DC is a citywide, multi-issue, membership-based community organizing project. Empower DC builds campaigns to address key issues that directly-impact our membership. The organization is led by its membership, Board of Directors and staff.
HCS is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization founded in 1972 to provide comprehensive housing counseling, training, advocacy, technical assistance and housing opportunities for low and moderate-income homebuyers, homeowners, and tenants; to help them achieve successful living in healthy, safe and affordable homes. The goal of HCS is to prevent homelessness and increase sustainable housing opportunities by providing the skills, self-esteem and empowerment necessary within families and communities.
For 34 years, Community of Hope has provided hope and stability to low-income and homeless adults and children in DC. Our holistic range of programs - from healthcare to housing with supportive services and programs promoting strong families - helps underserved residents create stable lives for themselves and promising futures for their children.
Multiple locations and facilities. Check website for more info.
Fax: (202) 882-9343
At Habitat for Humanity of Washington, D.C., we believe that all our neighbors deserve safe, comfortable homes they can afford – and there’s no better way to build our communities than to lend a hand. Because when we all donate what we can – whether it’s time, talent or money – we can build more homes for those in need.
CNHED leads nonprofit community development organizations in ensuring that residents with low and moderate incomes have housing and economic opportunities in neighborhoods throughout the District of Columbia. CNHED runs the Housing for All Campaign.
406 5th St. NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20001
Email firstname.lastname@example.org (please no confidential information.)
The goal of the D.C. Tenants' Rights Center is to provide a range of affordable legal services, from educational workshops, to legal coaching, to full representation in court, so that all D.C. tenants can access the justice system.
Buckingham Youth Brigade
Mailing Address: BU-GATA PO BOX 3824 Arlington, VA 22203
Outreach Office: GATES OF BALLSTON OFFICE: 4108 N. 4TH ST. Arlington, VA 22203 Phone: 703-465-5570
Youth Programming Office: BUCKINGHAM GARDENS: Cesar Chavez Community Center 4324 N. 4TH St. Unit 1 Arlington, VA 22203 Office: 571-483-0345
Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless
Location: 1200 U Street NW
Phone: (202) 328-5500
Fax: (202) 328-5515
National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC)
1000 Vermont Avenue, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20005
Phone: (202) 662 1530
Fax: (202) 393-1973
Works to end America’s affordable housing crisis. Committed to educating, organizing and ad-vocating ensuring decent, affordable housing within healthy neighborhoods for all.
Ella Jo Baker Intentional Community Cooperative
PO Box 34231
Washington, District Of Columbia
20043-4331 United States
DC Coalition for Housing Justice
(202) 261-6601 ofc/fax or (202) 525-1233 (ofc)
1445 Ogden Street, N.W. Ste. 427/Washington, DC 20010 or
1400 Fairmont Street, N.W. Ste. 409/Washington, DC 20009