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Doingsomething is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization which seeks to address the community service needs of Washington, DC and adjoining areas of Maryland and Virginia by organizing flexible volunteer opportunities designed to encourage broad participation. Check out their website at: Doingsomething

Montgomery County Volunteer Center has a listing of 2,000 volunteer jobs that need to be done. Volunteers are needed to work in schools, soup kitchens, and hospitals. They are needed to translate for people who speak languages other than English, to perform clerical tasks, to create databases, and to advocate for abused and neglected children. The list of jobs needing to be done is very extensive.   Montgomery County Volunteer Center

The Washington Humane Society (WHS): works to prevent cruelty to animals by enforcing animal protection laws, educating people about animals, and providing shelter to homeless and abused animals. WHS operates the DC animal shelter and always needs volunteers to help find homes for the wonderful animals that find their way to the shelter. There are many opportunities: Adoptions Representative (showing animals to prospective adopters), House Visitor (visiting the home of a prospective adopter before the adoption is finalized) and Wildlife Transporter (taking injured, young or sick wildlife to a re-hab center) are just a few examples. call 202-576-6839.

Greater DC Cares is one of, if not the, largest volunteer organizations serving the DC area. They develop team and individual projects for volunteers to give real help to local service providers 365 days a year. Greater DC Cares

Alexandria Jaycees provide leadership training through community service for its 250+ members. The Alexandria Jaycees is one of the largest and most active Jaycee chapters in the United States. Founded in 1940, we service the City of Alexandria, but there are no requirements that you work or live in Alexandria to participate. Members are between the ages of 21-39. We do not do long-term volunteer activities, but concentrate on one-day or one-weekend events that may be done one time, frequently, or even annually. You may do as little or as much community service as you want. In addition to community service, the chapter offers networking and business socials, meeting speakers, social activities, and the opportunity to learn new skills, such as skiing. Annual dues are $55 the first year and $45 for each additional year thereafter. Members receive a monthly newsletter, a name badge, a national magazine, and various other member benefits. For more information, leave a message on the Alexandria Jaycees' 24-hour recorded eventline: 703/866-7171 or visit our website at The Alexandria Jaycees

Gaithersburg/Germantown Jaycees run projects in 4 different areas:   Membership Development: these are the fun and social projects.  Some examples are Happy Hours, Parties, Picnics, Trips to Kings Dominion, Scavenger Hunts; Individual Development: -these are projects designed to help members learn new things.  Beer and Wine Tasting, Golf Lessons, Public Speaking Skills, "How to buy a home" seminar are some of the projects we sponsor; Community Development: -these projects help the community and charitable organizations in the community.  We have environmental projects,  Kids programs, Seniors programs, and many other community oriented projects.  Management Development : these projects help our members develop skills that will help them throughout their lives.  Included here are fund raising, project management, public relations and communications.  The Gaithersburg/Germantown Jaycees

FONZ (Friends of the Zoo): With special events geared for young professionals, adult classes, and international travel opportunities, FONZ offers lots of fun chances for you to meet and mingle with other fun, environmentally aware adults. And your participation in Friends of the National Zoo programs helps support the conservation, education, research, and recreation projects of the Smithsonian National Zoo.

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