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The Alliance for Nonprofits (Alliance) supports nonprofit organizations to reach their potential through increased finances, program development/expansion and capacity building.  We use project management and strategic planning tools to expand organizations to the ultimate level of their mission/vision.   Understanding the demands and challenges
of the nonprofit community, we navigate a strategy based on
your organization's current status and provide a map toward revamping
organizational development. POC Brenda Alford at (202) 266-9936.

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Since 2007 Bequiessence Consulting LLC has provided services to community based organizations, non profits, grass roots organizations, small business, and individuals.     We have provided speakers, presenters, workshop facilitators and other experts.
We have over 23 years experience in fundraising and event planning. We have also worked for Veterans and on Veteran issues.   With over 20 years of experience handling military, federal and community events we are the go to organization to help you take your event or idea to the next level. POC Nicole KIng-Campbell (781) 983-4448 or email

CarePatrol’s mission is to provider safer senior living. We understand that this is probably a decision you never wanted to make. That’s why we will personally meet with you, pick you up, and take you on a guided tour of our recommended communities which are based on the specific individual needs of your loved one. Our services are no cost to you, as we are paid for over 20,000 preferred providers across the nation. Visit us at POC Robin Edwards at
(703) 853-1843.


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Our mission is to rebuild and strengthen communities by fighting hunger one meal at a time. T.G.N.C.K. is a 501(c)3 organization that provides hunger relief to Veterans, students, senior citizens, survivors of domestic violence, and families who identify being food insecure and/or in need in the Northern Virginia, and D.C. Metropolitan. Help us help others at

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A call from God to change lives and impact the world was present in 1995, when Lyle and Deborah Dukes, along with their daughter Brittany, held the first service in Woodbridge, Virginia for the Harvest Life Changers Church. The new state-of-the-art, 204,000 square foot building features a 4000-seat sanctuary, large parking lots, a chapel, a gymnasium, a food court, a children’s area, classrooms, offices and so much more. Our community outreach efforts include our annual School Supply Drive, Coat Drive, Thanksgiving Dinner for the homeless within our community, a Christmas Toy Drive, as well as a vibrant and thriving Prison Ministry. Services are held at: 14401 Telegraph Road
Woodbridge, VA 22192.

The National Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization created to support the development of entrepreneurship, innovation, and business expansion throughout Puerto Rico and the U.S. mainland by providing a comprehensive resource for incubating business ideas, leveraging new markets, taking advantage of new opportunities, and advocating for policies that help our communities grow.  Call us at (866) 576-5222.


For several decades, the Prince William County Branch NAACP has worked to ensure civil rights compliance, equitable treatment of all, the attainment of educational excellence, and economic empowerment, criminal justice, and civic engagement. We have fought and won many battles to end racism, and injustice; there is still much work to be done.  With your help we can build on the tremendous progress we have made and work together to eliminate the barriers to freedom and equality for all. Contact them today @ 571-357-3008.


Our mission is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination. And we’ve been doing it since 1909. The Fairfax County NAACP consists of elected officers, at large members and appointed committee chairs dedicated to social justice and eliminating disparities that affect communities of color in Fairfax County. Contact them today @ 571-418-2717 or email


CAPAC develops extraordinary art that emphasizes the rich culture and ethnic traditions of people of color. CAPAC provides creative expression opportunities for diverse people of all age groups through acting, singing, dancing, creative writing and community engagement in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. POC Denise McPhail @ (703) 441-2479 or email