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Gift Baskets

Give where you live and send the perfect gift! TouchDC has created the following gift baskets, each one filled to address a specific need in the Greater Washington region. Click on a gift basket below to get started.

Featured Donation Opportunities

  • Art Enables

    For people with mental or developmental disabilities who are interested in the visual arts, Art Enables provides guidance, supplies and sales support they need to create and market their own folk and outsider art, earning money from sales and becoming active participants in the arts community.

  • Language ETC

    With the help of hundreds of volunteers and a policy of never turning away a willing student, regardless of ability to pay, Language ETC improves the lives of more than 2,000 adult immigrants each year by offering low-cost English as a Second Language, GED, Spanish Literacy, and computer classes.

  • Chinese Culture and Community Service Center

    Bringing together an increasingly diverse Asian population, the Chinese Culture and Community Service Center works together with private and public organizations to provide a wide variety of educational, cultural, social, sports, community, advocacy, and health services to people of all ages, backgrounds, and socioeconomic status.

  • Helping Individual Prostitutes Survive (HIPS)

    Helping Individual Prostitutes Survive (HIPS) assists sex workers in leading healthier lives through nationally recognized programs which address the impact of HIV/AIDS, poverty, discrimination, violence, and drug use.

  • Rebecca Project for Human Rights

    Rooted in the experiences of single mothers in recovery, the Rebecca Project for Human Rights is a legal and policy organization for low-income families struggling with the intersecting issues of economic marginality, substance abuse, access to family-based treatment, and the child welfare and criminal justice systems.

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