Charity Register: Summer
Opportunities to give.
June 25, 2012
The Cause: A multinational agency designed to provide emergency food and healthcare to children around the world, Unicef focuses some of its efforts on the prevention and treatment of diseases afflicting the world's children, including HIV/AIDS.
On the board: The executive board is composed of 36 members from around the world.
How to Help: Make a donation. 125 Maiden Lane, New York, NY, 212-686- 5522
The Cause: Washington's premier community health center, WWH places a special focus on HIV care and providing services to the LGBT community.
Executive Director: Don Blanchon
How to Help: Become a volunteer or donate to the center. 1701 14th St. NW, 202-745-7000
ACCORDIA GLOBAL HEALTH FOUNDATION
The Cause: A global organization working to overcome infectious disease in Africa, Accordia creates inventive health models, builds centers of excellence, and bolsters healthcare leadership around the continent.
President: Warner C. Greene, MD, PhD
How to Help: Donate to the foundation. 1101 14th St. NW, Ste. 801, 202-534- 1200
METRO TEEN AIDS
The Cause: A Washington-based health organization supporting young people in the fight against HIV/AIDS, MTA provides education, support, and advocacy efforts across the city.
Executive Director: Adam Tenner
How to Help: Become a volunteer or donate. 651 Pennsylvania Ave. SE, 202-543-8246
THE DC CENTER
The Cause: An outreach organization serving the District and its surrounding areas, the DC Center celebrates, strengthens, and supports a sense of community among LGBT residents and organizations in the metropolitan area.
President: Michael Sessa
How to Help: Donate or volunteer at the center, or join the team for the Rebel Race 5K Obstacle Course, on July 7. 1318 U St. NW, 202-682-2245
The Cause: Focusing on national, regional, and local policy and advocacy, AIDS United works to fight against the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the US and to ensure that victims of the disease receive the care they need.
Interim President and CEO: Victor A. Barnes
How to Help: Become an advocate or donate. 1424 K St. NW, Ste. 200, 202-408-4848
COMMUNITY EDUCATION GROUP
The Cause: Working within Washington's minority neighborhoods, CEG trains community health workers and, through its mobile units, offers testing to otherwise hard-to-reach individuals.
Executive Director: A. Toni Young
How to Help: Donate, advocate, or volunteer for local events and projects. 3233 Pennsylvania Ave. SE, 202-543-2376
Celebrating the White House Correspondents’ Association’s annual dinner at Carnegie Library.