Alice Deal Community Association (ADCA) is a non-profit corporation organized to promote mutual cooperation among families, teachers, and school administrators at Deal to serve in the best interest of all students at Deal. Any parent, guardian, or other adult standing in loco parentis for a student enrolled at the school is a member of the Alice Deal Community Association, as is any teacher or administrator. See Deal calendar of events.
ANC3/4G is one of 40 Advisory Neighborhood Commissions in the District. Its 7 elected Commissioners each represent a Single Member District and they serve as the first line of local representation. Among its purposes is to communicate the views and represent the interests of every neighborhood within its boundaries to the Government of the District of Columbia. They meet regularly the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month with a few exceptions. Follow ANC3/4G on Facebook.
Ch/Art is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) community arts organization serving Chevy Chase, D.C., and Chevy Chase, Maryland. Ch/Art was founded in 2018 by a small group of artists who wanted to create a supportive community to collaborate and share their work. Alongside this, the group sought to develop new opportunities for the community to access art and engage in art making.
Chevy Chase Citizens Association began in 1909 when it was formed by a group of residents. It is a membership-driven organziation. Over the years, the CCCA has brought neighbors together and continues to be a voice for its citizens. In addition to general membership meetings they often host civic events of interest to the community as well as one-on-one interviews with political leaders. These events can be found on their YouTube Channel. Notifications of CCCA events are provided in their newsletter, the Chevy Chase Listserv and other social media platforms. They will next hold the annual Chevy Chase DC Day on Saturday, September 18 from 1-4pm.
The District Bridges Chevy Chase Main Street program serves the businesses, organizations, and individuals who live, work and play in this community. The Main Street program provides direct technical assistance to local businesses to help them thrive. They also plan local events and promotions that are intended todraw people to Chevy Chase, to create volunteer opportunities, and connect stakeholders. They also work with a Neighborhood Strategy Council (NSC) which is a community advisory board that helps set programmatic priorities for the Chevy Chase Main Street programs. If you are interested in getting involved, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow them on Facebook and Instagram.
Friends of Chevy Chase Circle is a local non-profit, (501 (c)(3), volunteer organization of DC and Maryland neighbors, local businesses and civic groups that have banded together to work with the National Park Service to renew, beautify, maintain and protect Chevy Chase Circle, a historic landmark and a gateway to the Nation’s Capital. FoCCC is made up of a community board from both Chevy Chase, Maryland, and Chevy Chase, DC and is unique in pulling support from both sides of the boundary line.
Friends of Lafayette Park (FOLP) is a non-profit group of neighbors and volunteers and welcomes the engagement of all who are interested in enhancing and maintaining Lafayette Park. Please let us know if you would like to be actively engaged, become a volunteer, support the FOLP, or have any suggestions.
Historic Chevy Chase DC is an all-volunteer historical society 501(c)(3) dedicated to preserving, celebrating, and sharing the unique history of the Chevy Chase circa-1907 community. The organization, founded in 1990, is celebrating its 30th year as a nonprofit historical society conducting research and documenting the history, design architecture, landscape, streetscape and development of Chevy Chase DC. They are regularly engaged in efforts to preserve the stories and places that are core to the community and they hold numerous events to help tell its story.
Lafayette Home and School Association (HSA) is a group of volunteer parents, Lafayette staff, and members of the local community. The HSA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit group, similar to a traditional PTA. The HSA’s primary mission is to bring home and school closer together, promoting cooperation among parents, teachers, and other staff, the community, and the D.C. government, and to work for the best interests of the children. See Lafayette calendar of events and follow Lafayette ES on Facebook.
Murch Home & School Association (often known as a PTA) exists to support the school, enhance the education of our students, and create a strong community for the families, kids, and staff at Murch. We raise funds, put on community events, and organize volunteers to assist the teachers and staff at Murch. See Murch calendar of events and follow Murch ES on Facebook.
Northwest Neighbors Village was founded in 2009 and is incorporated in the District as a non-profit (501 (c)(3), with a Board of Directors and working committees and is designated as a 501(c)(3), organization making all donations tax-deductible. It is one of 12 Villages in DC established to assist people age in their community safely and comfortably. Its mission is to enable older adults to thrive as they age in the community by offering a robust network of resources and opportunities. They also have an extensive calendar of events and publish a bi-monthly newsletter. Follow Northwest Neighbors Village on Facebook. At this time they have also released a survey intended for those who live in Chevy Chase DC and are over 60 years old. This short 9 question survey is soliciting views and suggestions to help inform their participation on the Community Advisory Committee for Chevy Chase's Small Area Plan.
Woodrow Wilson High School Parent, Teacher, Student Organization (PTSO) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization whose purpose is to support the educational programs at Woodrow Wilson Senior High School. The PTSO services students, faculty, staff, and parents through regular meetings and communications, financial support of school programs and student activities, and financial support of community organizations whose focus is the improvement of public education in DC. See Wilson calendar of events.