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Our 2019 member drive closes tomorrow and we need just $853! Reaching our goal of $15,000 and 250 new members means GGWash will start 2019 on good financial footing as we work to educate and engage residents from across the region.

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Thank you for reading Greater Greater Washington!

The best thing about GGWash is our readers. We look forward to meeting you at our 11th birthday party on March 14. This event celebrates the close of our fundraising drive, so you can get a ticket when you join the GGWash Neighborhood or donate any amount. If you already donated and aren’t sure if you RSVPed for the party, please contact

Even if you can’t come to our 11th birthday party on March 14, we hope you’ll make a contribution to keep GGWash going as your best source for urbanist news and analysis in the greater Washington region.

Now back to our regularly-scheduled programming

Now that our fundraising drive is coming to a close, we can get back to focusing on the content you love. We're working on two more installment's of DW Rowland's series about improving suburb-to-suburb transit, more local election coverage, and a piece on historic designation. You support stories like these when you join or donate.

Why join the GGWash Neighborhood?

The best thing about GGWash is our readers, so we created new ways for you to get connected through our membership program, the GGWash Neighborhood. You can join for just $5/month to support the blog and our community.

Jane Fiegen Green is the Development Director at Greater Greater Washington. With a PhD in history and a background in association management for a scholarly society of historians, she works to bring sustainable revenue streams to support GGWash’s news and advocacy. She lives in the Pentagon City neighborhood of Arlington with her husband and son.