Bethany Day Center by N Street Village

CLOSED FOR COVID-19 The Bethany Day Center is often the first entry point for women. Open 365 days a year, the Center offers safe respite from the streets, meets a woman’s basic needs for food, clothing, laundry and showers, provides access to resources for housing, health, legal and other needs, and offers a confidential crisis and case management support.

1333 N St NW, Washington, DC, 20005

Food Goods Legal Homeless Women/Girls

Books From Birth (Free Books) by DC Public Library (DCPL) System

The Books from Birth program is open to all children under the age of five who live in Washington, D.C. It mails all enrolled kids in D.C. a free book each month from birth until they turn five. Registering your child is easy, simply complete the form below. If you have any questions or any technical issues filling out the application, please contact us at Once you have registered, you should receive an email from our vendor Imagination Library confirming your...


Clothing & Hygiene Kits by Some Others Might Eat (SOME)

SOME’s clothing room offers clothing, shoes, accessories, and small home goods to those in need. Items are seasonally appropriate and provided free of charge. We also have a special room for children’s clothing and associated items. Hygiene kits, containing soap, shampoo, lotion, deodorant, toothbrush and toothpaste, razors, and feminine hygiene products, are available at the front desk at 7:30am Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.

71 O St NW, Washington, DC, 20001


Clothing Room Program by Bread for the City

Bread for the City’s clothing room enjoys more than 700 visits each month. We offer attire, books, and small household goods for various seasons and occasions to our clients and their families. All clothing and small goods are donated and provided free of charge. Toiletry packs (often containing soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, lotion, shampoo, conditioner, or other products) are also distributed through the clothing program.

1640 Good Hope Road SE, Washington, DC, 20020

Goods Clothing

Diaper Program by Bread for the City

Bread for the City distributes diapers each month. In addition, our baby pantry often stocks pull-ups, cereal, bottles, baby wipes, formula, hygiene packets, and other items that support new parents. At this time, diaper sizes 4, 5, and 6 are running low mid-month, and there is a significant need for additional in-kind donation support.

1640 Good Hope Road SE, Washington, DC, 20020

Goods Diapers & Formula

Dove Store by Covenant House Washington

Our boutique donations shop is setup like a department store, where youth can select items free of charge for everyday clothes, undergarments, hygiene products, and outfits for interviews/special events.

2001 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20020

Goods Youth (6-12)

Martha's Outfitters by Martha's Table

Martha’s Outfitters is an innovative community store focused on supporting families. Outfitters patrons shop at no cost through a monthly credit program. Operations at Martha’s Outfitters are temporarily suspended due to COVID-19. Please bring all donations to either The Maycroft in NW DC or The Commons in SE DC during regular business hours. To be eligible for Martha’s Outfitters, patrons must be either: Neighborhood caregivers of individuals age 21 and under Emancipated...

2375 Elvans Rd. SE, Washington, DC, 20020

Goods Caregivers Youth (6-12) Teens (13-19) Young Adults (20-30)

Meeting and Study Rooms by DC Public Library (DCPL) System

Meeting and Study Rooms The library provides meeting and study spaces for the public for the purpose of disseminating literary, cultural, educational and community information. There are two main types of spaces available: meeting rooms and study rooms are available at neighborhood libraries. Please read the descriptions below and select the space that best fits your needs. You may reserve for yourself through our online room reservation system or you may reserve a room by...

901 G Street NW, Washington, DC, 20001


Public Computers and Printing by DC Public Library (DCPL) System

With a library card or DC One Card, customers can print up to 20 pages, per library account, per day for free. Those pages can be in color or black and white. Printing remotely and limited computer access are available at fourteen DC Public Library locations during Phase Two operations. For computer access, please visit your nearest open library: Anacostia, Bellevue, Benning, Capitol View, Cleveland Park, Francis Gregory, Mt. Pleasant, Northeast, Petworth, Shaw, Shepherd Park...

901 G Street NW, Washington, DC, 20001


The Labs at DC Public Library by DC Public Library (DCPL) System

Memory Lab is a personal do-it-yourself digitizing lab where you can digitize your home movies, personal photographs and slides. The Memory Lab offers classes and other resources for your personal archiving needs. Orientations to the Memory Lab are no longer required, but drop-ins are encouraged. When digitizing your home movies, photographs or slides, you will need to provide your own storage environment to save your content. Find out more at Studio...

901 G Street NW, Washington, DC, 20001


Thrive East of the River Partnership

The Thrive East of the River partnership is a collaboration between Martha’s Table, Bread for the City, 11th Street Bridge Park, and Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative, designed to address immediate economic instability posed by COVID-19 to DC’s Ward 8 residents with the goal of supporting a total of 500 families. Kicking off with the first 100 families on June 15. Participants will receive, five months of support including weekly groceries, dry goods, and $1,100...

2375 Elvans Rd. SE, Washington, DC, 20020

Food Money Goods Ward 8 Resident

Visual Impairment - Assistive Technology Services by DC Department on Disability Services (DDS)

Assistive technology devices are used by persons with disabilities to help them maintain their independence in their home and community and access or retain employment in their current career. The RSA Assistive Technology team of qualified specialist will conduct a comprehensive cost-free assessment to identify the best equipment to help people meet their personal independent living, educational, and professional goals. The Assistive Technology team will also train and provide ongoing...

250 E St SW, Washington, DC, 20024

Assistive Technology Specialized Training Disability Visual Impairment

Data last updated June 2nd 2021