Dupont Circle Village

The concept of a Village -- helping neighbors remain in their homes as they age -- was first introduced in 2003 with a series of home meetings throughout the neighborhood.   A group of volunteers explored membership development, community outreach and fundraising. 


The Dupont Circle Village is now incorporated as a non-profit in the District of Columbia and has a tax-exempt designation. Officers have been elected and a seven-member Board of Directors has been created.  Committees have been formed to cover areas as volunteers, membership, and fund raising.  The Village received a start-up grant from the Dupont Circle Citizens Association and has applied for a matching grant from ANC2B.  Many Dupont Circle residents have already responded with financial support for our pilot effort.


To learn more, join or volunteer, visit www.dupont-circlevillage.net.


Founded in 1922 in a townhouse at 1767 P Street, to promote and protect the interests of the residents, the Dupont Circle Citizens Association (DCCA) is the premier civic and residential organization in the Dupont Circle area.

DCCA brings neighbors, including residents, businesses and non-profit organizations, together to improve the quality of life in an active and diverse urban neighborhood. It holds membership meetings 9 times each year, which are open to the public, runs the Dupont Circle House Tour, resolves neighborhood issues through its committees, donates to local causes, and incubates innovative projects.


Dupont Circle Citizens Association | 9 Dupont Circle, NW | Washington, DC 20036

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