TONIGHT: Pay-what-you-want Concert of "Anacostia Songs"

TONIGHT: Pay-what-you-want Concert of "Anacostia Songs"

Brent & Co. is a local music group that recently produced a bluegrass album completely dedicated to the Anacostia River. The premiere of the album is TONIGHT, November 19, at 8:00 pm, at Southeast DC’s Anacostia Playhouse, which is also the inaugural performance in its new Monday night music series! Pay-what-you-want tickets available here.

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Navigating Demographic Change theme of December 1 Ward 7 @dcstorycircle

Navigating Demographic Change theme of December 1 Ward 7 @dcstorycircle

Navigating Demographic Change is the theme of the Ward 7 circle, a topic identified by residents and other stakeholders. Join in and share your views about the past, present, and future and paint a more nuanced picture than mere data can portray.

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You can help low- and moderate-income working residents have more money in their pockets

You can help low- and moderate-income working residents have more money in their pockets

Thousands of DC families and individuals claim the federal and local Earned Income Tax Credits. The individual financial benefits can be substantial. But what about those families and individuals who don’t participate? Unfortunately, they are leaving money on the table. You’re invited to the #DCEITC Forum December 12 to help close the gap in participation.

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Is your website letting you down? Participate in this free webinar.

Is your website effectively conveying your mission? Is your site serving your audience? Is your website making a positive impression and engaging users?

If not, register for the free webinar How to Use Your “Listening Ears” to Transform Your Website User Experience Tuesday, November 13 at Noon.

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The webinar will feature a review of the website UX and design case study with Food Allergy Research & Education to see how they transformed the user experience of their website and a new tool they created for their constituents. Learn how they used analytics and user research to create a more personalized, user-focused and visually appealing website for long-term engagement and conversions.

There are a Hundred Plans for the Anacostia River, but No Vision

There are a Hundred Plans for the Anacostia River, but No Vision

“Many community advocates and government agencies are doing their best to make this happen on the Anacostia River here in Washington, but these groups don’t necessarily have an agreement about what the river corridor should become. There is no explicit shared sense of how the many individual projects along the river will collectively create an experience greater than the sum of its parts: there is no “vision” for the Anacostia River corridor.”

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Nonprofit/social enterprise organizational sustainability is focus of new training program

Nonprofit/social enterprise organizational sustainability is focus of new training program

Financial sustainability is a major, perhaps the most important, concern of community-based organizations. Nonprofits and social enterprises can get help from the seven-module training program focused on organizational sustainability offered by Project 500™.

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You can help bolster DC's resiliency

You can help bolster DC's resiliency

You don’t have to be a climate expert or economist to know about resilience. Resilient DC wants to know your ideas about what DC government, for-profit and nonprofit businesses, and individuals can do to make various facets of life in DC resilient. Participate in person meetings or online.

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How is APACC preparing for 2019 priorities?

How is APACC preparing for 2019 priorities?

Several APACC members have received funding to make things happen in the Anacostia River Corridor. Anacostia Trust, for example, is creating an engagement toolkit to test one method of resident around Kenilworth Park North. Anacostia Coordinating Council and partners are focusing on videography to make a difference.

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