Our Partners

 

Creating Opportunity. Partnering for Impact.

Thrive DC is grateful for the many vibrant partnerships we have with Foundations, Corporations and Businesses, Faith Groups, Professional and Community Organizations, Schools, Colleges and Universities and the D.C. Government. We couldn’t carry out our work without these wonderful institutions. Together with many generous individual donors, volunteers and friends, we form a city of compassion and community of support.

Thank you to our:

Foundation Partners
Corporate and Business Partners
Faith, Community and Professional Organization Partners
Government Partners
School and University Partners


If you’re interested in partnership opportunities with Thrive DC, please contact our Development Director Jennifer Paul at (202) 503-1523 or jenniferp@thrivedc.org.

Foundation Partners

Funding from a wide range of Foundations ensures Thrive DC’s doors remain open and enables us to continue providing emergency meals and services, as well as comprehensive social services to vulnerable individuals.

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Corporate and Business Partners

Partners from the business community provide critical in-kind donations of food and services helping to keep our costs low. Some provide unique externship sites hosting our Real Opportunity employment trainees for 3 months as they gain get critical hands-on, real world experience.

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Faith, Community and Professional Organization Partners

Thrive DC’s mission is rooted in the commitment of faith and community groups to helping our most vulnerable neighbors.  These groups provide vital support ranging from volunteering regularly to donations of food, professional services and financial support.

Anne Frank House
Blessed Sacrament
Center for Student Missions
Christ Church
Commercial Real Estate Women
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Fannie Mae Help the Homeless Campaign
First Congregational Church
Gives, Inc.
Greater DC Cares
Greenbelt Community Church
Hunger Fund Committee
International Monetary Fund Civic Program
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Little River UCC
Penn Quarter Farmer’s Market
Pilgrammage
The United Church
United Way Community Impact Fund
Washington Women in Public Relations
Workers of St. Alban’s
World Bank Community Connections
YouthBuild
Youth Service Opportunities Project

Government Partners

Washington, D.C. Government—Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness

School and University Partners

Thrive DC provides service learning opportunities, internships, and tailors volunteering and other opportunities to suit the interests and goals of each of our school and university partners.

American University
Archbishop Carroll High School
Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School
Janney Elementary School
George Washington University
Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart