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Support #PrinceGeorgesProud nonprofits From now through May 19!


We can Do More with your help.  From now till May 19th, encourage your friends and family to donate to our Do More 24 campaign to ensure that all Prince George’s County nonprofits are supported to Do More for their communities! Together, United Way of the National Capital Area has worked with nonprofits to raise millions through this campaign.

Are you new to Nonprofit Prince George's County and want to learn more about our organization? We are proud to empower nonprofit organizations to increase their capacity to serve their communities through tangible skills, education, partnership, networking, advocacy, & certifications, all through a racially equitable lens. We strive for all Prince George's County nonprofits to be recognized and respected as key players; strong, sustainable, fiscally sound; and fully resourced & accountable.

Visit our Do More 24 campaign website to learn more and donate now.

How your donation makes a difference:

Our new executive director Ms. Tiffany Turner-Allen started in March 2020 and identified some great new programming designed to aid local nonprofits.  She has championed supporting nonprofits, supporting nonprofit leaders, and racial equity throughout this time. Nonprofit Prince George's County began the Courageous Conversations series, an ongoing discussion series that highlights the voices of Black and Brown people, Collective Community Check-ins, a standing space for nonprofit leaders to collaborate, share resources, and problem solve together, and the Nonprofit Navigators Internship Program, an innovative group internship experience that engages youth to mobilize their collective voice to achieve racial equity in the nonprofit organizations and their communities.

With generous supporters and partners like you, we have been supporting nonprofits in the area since 2001 and are excited about the future of our organization and Prince George's County!