Little Lights and FLOC: How Did They Do It?

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You probably have heard by now that Little Lights Urban Ministries, a small nonprofit based out of southeast DC, and For Love of Children (FLOC) rocked the Grand Awards categories on Give to the Max Day. And just like you, we were curious as to how they did it. Well, we stopped by their office…

CentroNia Gives to the Max

CentroNia gives to the max

A little late, but worth the wait! Before Wednesday’s Give to the Max Day, we were able to speak with CentroNia, a multicultural learning community based in DC that educates and strengthens families in a bilingual environment. Cesar Watts, the family director of CentroNia, participated in the giving day as a way to raise funds…

Give to the Max Day: Prize Winners Announcement

Thank you for donating on Give to the Max Day. Together as a community we raised $2,034,484, heightened awareness of our nonprofit sector, and made a statement to the country about Greater Washington’s compassion. More than 17,000 people like you donated to the 1,200 nonprofits that make this area great. We hope you found it…

Unleashed on November 9

Bat dog!

The Montgomery County Humane Society, the largest full-service animal shelter in Rockville, MD, is participating in Give to the Max Day as way to expand their end-of-the-year fundraising efforts. With an open-door admission policy, the MCHS takes in thousands of animals each year. Through training and behavior seminars, they work with these animals to ensure they…

Little Lights Shining

Little Lights Urban Ministries tutoring program

Little Lights Urban Ministries, one of the hundreds of Washington area nonprofits participating in this year’s Give to the Max Day, is an after-school youth outreach program that serves Potomac Gardens public housing in Southeast DC. Steve Park, the founder and director of Little Lights, tells his story of what inspired him to start the…