Our Partners

The Community Enrichment Project partners with local, national, and international organizations to meet the needs of communities throughout Washington, D.C. Contact us to learn more about our partnership opportunities.




The DCPS mission is to ensure every student feels loved, challenged, and prepared to positively influence society and thrive in life. The school district's vision focused on guaranteeing students reach their full potential through rigorous and joyful learning experiences provided in a nurturing environment.


Bridges Inc.

Our vision is to transform vulnerable communities into empowered, self-sufficient communities where each resident has an opportunity to thrive and succeed. Our primary objective is to assist vulnerable communities in navigate complex systems that are often bureaucratic, unsupportive, or unresponsive to their needs. We view ourselves as catalyst to change, seeking to transform and improve these very systems that serve our most vulnerable residents through a capacity building lens.


Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, FBR

The FBR Clubhouse provides quality youth development programming to children living in Ward 8.  Our members have access to the Clubhouse afterschool, weekends, and during the summer at our Camps.  In addition, the FBR Clubhouse provides support children through community outreach efforts.


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The Marshall Heights Civic Association (MHCA) is the direct conduit to local District of Columbia elected and appointed officials, law enforcement, and emergency first responders to discuss and resolve issues directly related to our quality of life within the Marshall Heights community. MHCA is an organization where passion, commitment and community pride come together. 



DC Alliance of Youth Advocates

The DC Alliance of Youth Advocates (DCAYA) is a coalition of youth-engaged organizations, youth and concerned residents formed to ensure that all children and youth in the District of Columbia have access to high-quality and affordable developmental opportunities. DCAYA's accomplish this mission by crafting policy recommendations, providing structured advocacy opportunities for our members and allies, networking and empowering youth.


Community Mediation DC

Community Mediation DC (CMDC) envisions a city where mediation is used to build strong and peaceful communities, and every DC resident has access to high-quality, collaborative conflict resolution services. CMDC provides mediation services at no cost and works to ensure every DC resident has access to high-quality, collaborative conflict resolution services.


L. M. Foundation

L.M. (Life Ministry) Foundation believes we can help build a new foundation in a person's life while we minister to their needs by offering a place to stay while they heal, we will also offer  food, and clothing. Built on biblical principals; "I will say to the Lord, My Lord is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust." Psalms 91:2 (NIV)


Girl Scouts Nation's Capital

Girls Scouts is 2.6 million strong—1.8 million girls and 800,000 adults who believe in the power of every G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ to change the world.Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.


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KeepDC4Me is a branch of Black Lives Matter DC, and is a leaderFULL coalition committed to finding non-police solutions to intra-community violence and ending police brutality, terror and murder. We do this in ways that disrupt, confront, and dismantle institutions and systems of state sanctioned violence and oppression that displace and criminalize Black people through political education, building community power, and direct action.


National Partners

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Youth Action March

The Youth Action March is intended to turn political hopelessness into political empowerment. No matter your age, you have a tremendous ability to move your city, your state, and your country in a more inclusive and forward-looking direction - whether by engaging our government or by working with non-governmental organizations. A sixteen-year-old is just as capable of volunteering at a phone bank for hurricane disaster relief as a sixty-year-old. A twenty-year-old’s vote is worth the same as their parent’s. Anyone at any age can stand up to a bully, be it in the middle school parking lot or on the senate floor.



Vote16DC is coalition of youth, adult allies, and organizations that believe DC should lower the voting age to 16.  Extending voting rights to 16- and 17-year-olds in DC can go a long way to ensuring that the District's young people become engaged, lifelong voters. Our democracy works best when more people participate, and lowering the voting age is an important step to make sure young people build a habit of engagement that can last a lifetime.

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Girl Represent

Girl Represent teaches workshops around the country how to get involved in civic leadership, identify what they are passionate about, and connect with role models in their communities.

Through games, interactive exercises, and Q&A with role models youth spend time with mentors and discover ways to make a difference. Young ladies walk away with new friends, new ideas, and new role models.


National Voter Registration Day 

National Voter Registration Day is a national holiday celebrating our democracy. It was first observed in 2012 and has been growing in popularity every year since. Held on the fourth Tuesday of September, National Voter Registration Day will be observed on Tuesday, September 25th this year. The holiday has been endorsed by the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS). It is further supported by the National Association of State Election Directors (NASED).


International Partners