Volunteering your time, whether it’s in your community, your workplace or somewhere far across the world, is a wonderful way to give back.
The holidays don’t have to be an unhealthy time of year. You can improve your sleep, lower stress levels and even reduce your risk for heart disease by remembering the “true meaning.”
WASHINGTON — Sept. 11 is a National Day of Service and Remembrance, and there are many events going on in the D.C. region to mark the day. Thousands of volunteers are gathering on the National…
As the holiday approaches, many are thinking of giving back. There are hundreds of opportunities in the D.C. region to volunteer.
Greater DC Cares, an organization that connected some 40,000 Washington area volunteers with more than 700 nonprofits, has shut its doors for lack of funding.
For those interested in an inside perspective on
the festival, opportunities are available at
myriad events all over the city.
The National Day of Service started with
President Barack Obama\’s inauguration in 2009
and has occurred every year since. There will be
dozens of service projects throughout the D.C.
region over the course of the weekend, and the
main event will be held Saturday on the National
Mall from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.