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If you find Greater Greater Washington a valuable resource and/or enjoy the community we have created here, please help it become sustainable by contributing whatever you can afford or think is a fair value for what Greater Greater Washington means to you.
Our articles come from many volunteer contributors who write about their areas of knowledge and interest and about their communities. That lets us post quality links and articles every day, but it is only possible with the labor of a paid staff to help coordinate our community of volunteers and keep the organization running.
Through our advocacy and organizing efforts, we create opportunities for our community of supporters to engage in the decisions that affect how our region grows and develops. Without our paid staff, we would not be able to continue hosting events, convening people, and sharing opportunities to participate with residents around the region.
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