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Community Service Opportunities

Each student must complete 100 hours of community service in order to graduate from high school and receive your diploma.  Below you will find a list of organizations the TMA partners with to help with your community service requirements. Click here to get signed up and for more information.

*Students can volunteer at any registered nonprofit. Please submit hours in your student portal or reach out to Ms. Ames with for assistance.

Bread for the City

  • Check the website for volunteer opportunities!

Boys and Girls Club- FBR

  • Check the website for volunteer opportunities!

Capitol Area Food Bank

  • Help pack and sort food or work the mobile farmers market on Saturdays. Check the website for instructions on youth volunteers.

DC Central Kitchen

  • Prepare meals and go to local farm to pick fresh produce.

DC Greens

  • Contact Mary Alice for volunteer opportunities!

DC Library

  • Check the website for volunteer opportunities!

DC Park and Recreation

  • Check the website for volunteer opportunities!

Habitat for Humanity DC

  • Check the website for volunteer opportunities!

Homeless Children’s Playtime Project

  • Assist with cleaning and organizing playrooms!

Humane Rescue Alliance

  • Interested in volunteering, but under the age of 18? We offer several options for students under the age of 19 to become involved with the Humane Rescue Alliance (HRA). Explore our website for those opportunities.

Kid Power

  • After school program that tutors elementary students.

Luck Dog Animal Rescue

  • There are many different ways to volunteer! Lucky Dog is made up of volunteer teams, each of which plays a critical role in saving Lucky Dogs and Cats.

Martha’s Table

  • Help prepare and distribute meals. Sign-up through the online portal!

Matthews Memorial Church

  • Assist with special events and preparing for Sunday service.

Reading Partners DC

  • One-on-one literacy intervention to elementary students who are reading behind in grade level.

So Others Might Eat (S.O.M.E)

  • Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner to those who are hungry.

Turning the Page DC

  • Assist with Community Nights and Author visits which consist of educational parent workshops, literacy-based child mentoring activities, book giveaways for families home libraries, and a free, healthy family dinner.

Whitman Walker Health Young Services

  • On the second Monday of every month, volunteer month is from 6:00pm-8:00pm at Whitman- Walker at 1525. You will assist with walk in STI testing and treatment services and assembling STI self kits. No skills are required. Check website for volunteer opportunities!

Click here to get signed up and for more information about your community service.