DC Action for Children
1432 K Street, NW, Suite 1050
Washington, DC 20005
10 critical assets or "good things" are what ALL DC neighborhoods need for children to reach their full potential.
When children live within 5 miles of a library, it increases their chances for academic success. Recreation centers can get children moving and keep them healthy, but they are also assets that support neighborhoods, by giving children safe places for play.
In partnership with local businesses, we want to ensure children have access to assets like recreation centers, playgrounds, libraries, (and other good assets) that help make ALL DC neighborhoods good places for children to grow up.
We’re looking for business partners that want to invest in the future by supporting our local children and the neighborhoods where they live, learn and play. Become a "Business Champion" of DC Children! Join us and…
For additional information about improving neighbordhood outcomes for chidlren -- neighborhood by neighborhood, please contact Rachel Berger at RBerger@dckids.org.