Entries by Everyone Home DC

Planning for Back to School During Uncertain Times

Learn more about Everyone Home DC’s Thanks-GIVING Collection. Happening Now! Support Everyone Home DC’s 2020/21 Back to School Initiative to Distribute 300 $50 Gift Cards to Rising Scholars As the school year comes to a close, we can all agree; this past year has been anything but ordinary. Schools closed, and Everyone Home DC scholars […]

A Note From Our Executive Director

The last few weeks have been infuriating and heartbreaking. The horrific killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery are a shocking and painful reminder that our country was built on white supremacy and continues to perpetuate the dehumanization and oppression of Black people. The call from Amy Cooper to police exposed a white […]

Gmail Users: Don’t Miss Your Everyone Home DC Emails

It’s hard to believe that Gmail introduced its tabs system seven years ago. While it has been helpful in the organization of your inbox, it can sometimes mean you miss important messages from your favorite senders…like Everyone Home DC! There are a few simple things you can do to ensure your Everyone Home DC emails make […]

Partnership During a Pandemic

If there is one thing that we have been continuously reminded of during these unprecedented times is that superheroes are very real, and they live among us. Today, we are highlighting one of those superheroes–Capitol Hill Community Foundation.  Capitol Hill residents and businesses joined together 30 years ago to build a community foundation that directly […]

Your 2019 Annual Report

It has been a year! Well, 373 days to be exact, since we officially became Everyone Home DC. And, one year since we gathered at the Hill Center to unveil the new name and brand at our inaugural Spring Social.  You have so warmly embraced our new name, making it clear that Everyone Home DC […]

Support Local During COVID-19

Without question the food and beverage industries have been strong allies to nonprofits over the decades—donating their time, talent, and delicious resources—in support of a variety of critical causes and missions both locally in our city and all across our United States.  In response to the novel coronavirus pandemic, many of these businesses have been […]

CARES Act & Giving

On March 27, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act or CARES Act, was signed into law and made changes to encourage charitable giving to nonprofits. This bill includes a new above-the-line deduction for non-itemizers and modified certain limitations on the income tax charitable deduction to encourage donors to give in 2020. This targeted […]

COVID-19: Our New Normal

Dear Friend, Deep breath in. Deep breath out. How are you doing right now? These past couple of weeks have been moving so fast, with new information coming at us all day long. We are all going through a collective traumatic experience right now, which requires each of us to be extra gentle with ourselves […]

Distance Learning Resources for Parents

With school closures lasting through April in DC (at the moment!) during the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic, distance learning has become the new normal for families in our region and across the nation. Teachers are tasked with figuring out how to deliver lesson plans and classroom activities as part of distance learning. And, parents and guardians are […]

COVID-19: The Weeks Ahead

*Update* Everyone Home DC offices are currently closed and our team is working remotely. Currently, we plan to re-open our offices on Monday, June 8. As we work through these unprecedented times as a community, the health and safety of our clients, staff, and supporters is our top priority.  Public health guidance and the District’s […]