DO MORE on Thursday, June 2!

Log on to DO MORE 24 anytime on Thursday, June 2 and make an online donation to help our county-based nonprofits.

Give where you live and make a difference in the lives of those in our community. Stretch your dollars and amplify your commitment by making a small donation to several organizations. Your support will go a long way and will be appreciated by many individuals in need. 

As of May 25th, we spotted nearly 50 Prince George's based-nonprofits Do More 24 participants (see below). (WOW! We only had 14 last year.)

Nonprofit Prince George’s County is a community partner of Do More 24, which is organized by the United Way of the National Capital Area. 




Accokeek Foundation

Adoptions Together

All Shades of Pink

Anacostia Watershed Society

Arc of Prince George’s County

Ardmore Enterprises

Art Works Now

Atikal Foundation

Bethel House


Camp Fire USA Patuxent Area Council

Carolyn Community Group Homes Foundation

Chelsea School

Chillum Youth Project

Community Crisis Services

Community Support System

DeMatha Catholic High School

Disaster Aid USA

Doctors Community Hospital Foundation

Elizabeth Seton High School


Epilepsy Foundation

First Generation College Bound

Greater Baden Medical Services

Haitian's Harmony Corp.

Headley Carter Cares Foundation

Heart to Hand

Ivy Community Charities of Prince George’s County

Laurel Advocacy & Referral Services

L.E.E.P to College Foundation

LGG Uplift Foundation, Inc.

Malik Attila Cosby Foundation

Maryland Community Connection

Mentoring to Manhood

Minority Access

National Empowerment for Minorities Active in Community

Oxon Hill Food Pantry

Park Community Development Corporation

Prince George’s Child Resource Center

Prince George's County DELTA Alumnae Foundation

Prince George's Tennis & Education Foundation

Progressive Equestrian Therapeutic services

Purposefully Empowering and Reaching Little Sisters

Seabury Resources for Aging

SPCA of Prince George's County

St. Joseph's Regional Catholic School

Still I Rise