At DASH we believe that domestic violence is a community priority that can only be addressed when the whole community is involved. We are so thankful to the community of organizations, individuals and companies that support the DASH mission!
- A Wider Circle
- Ayuda Language Access Program
- Bright Beginnings, Inc.
- Children’s Law Center
- The DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence
- DC Department of Human Services
- DC Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants
- DC Diaper Bank
- DC Safe
- DC Volunteer Lawyers Project
- Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women
- Homeless Children’s Playtime Project
- Institute for Women’s Policy Research
- Latin American Youth Center
- Mary’s Center
- My Sisters Place
- National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
- Network for Victim Recovery of DC
- People Animals Love
- The Anchor Fund
- The Arcade
- The Women’s Collective
AvalonBay believes in supporting the disadvantaged and most vulnerable in our local communities to improve their quality of life. They support DASH through their community investment initiatives year-round by organizing donation drives, sponsoring events, employee giving, and more!
The Bloomingdale Farmers’ Market generously provides farm fresh vegetables for DASH families each weekend in season.
CREW DC is a networking association for women in real estate and development. CREW volunteers with DASH on a regular basis, helping us ensure that DASH is a safe welcoming place for residents.
Red Derby is a local neighborhood restaurant and bar that generously hosts up to 6 seasonal drives for DASH families each year, including: Easter, Mother’s Day, Back to School, Thanksgiving, Halloween and Holiday Drives. Red Derby is a huge support for DASH in the community. Additionally, the DASH Kids Art Group was founded by two Derby Employees. Red Derby has partnered with DASH since 2010 and we are so grateful for their support!
DASH is so thankful to The Rotary Club of Capitol Hill. Not only do they engage in quarterly drives to collect funds and items for residents, they also attend DASH events and host domestic violence trainings.