The H Street Festival is an annual street festival designed to showcase the unique qualities of this vibrant Washington, DC community. The event is a part of the revitalization strategy to bring attention to the developing arts and entertainment district spanning 10 blocks of H Street NE.
We will need volunteers to conduct voter registration, ask attendees to sign our national petition and educate attendees about DC’s lack of representation in Congress. We will provide a brief training once you arrive to make sure you are prepared to assist in these activities.
For the first time in two decades, the U.S. Senate will examine the District’s unequal status and discuss solutions to bring full equality and full citizenship to the people of DC.
The 36th Annual Adams Morgan Day is Sunday, September 14th. The festival will take place on 18th Street, NW, between Florida Avenue and Columbia Road as well as Belmont Road from noon to 7:00pm. Nonprofits and local businesses will be along 18th Street and artists mostly from the region will be clustered on Arts on Belmont.
Members of Congress like Andy Harris believe they best represent our interests.
Since Harris clearly takes our well-being to heart, let's bring our community concerns to him. Raise your issues at “DC Councilmember Andy Harris Constituent Service Day," Thursday, July 24 from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM.
DC Residents will deliver their complaints about potholes, rats, building permits, unfair parking tickets – the kind of stuff our real elected officials deal with daily. Be creative!
Join DC Vote this Independence Day for the 47th annual Palisades Parade and Picnic!
Join DC Vote in celebrating DC’s LGBT community during the annual Capital Pride. We will conduct voter registration and educate attendees about DC’s lack of representation in Congress. There are two volunteer options:
The 3 Star Ball engages young professionals looking to support the cause for voting rights and full equality for the District, while partying with DC’s hippest guests and celebs. The event included a live DJ set, DC-themed hors d'oeuvres, and an open bar featuring beer by DC Brau.
Want to soak up the sights and sounds of DC's musical past, present, and future while spreading the message of equality? Volunteer with DC Vote at first annual DC Funk Parade on Saturday, May 3!
Celebrate the 152nd anniversary of Lincoln freeing the slaves living in the District of Columbia and spread the message that DC residents are still not truly free until we have the same basic rights as every other American.