AWS Featured in the Catalogue for Philanthropy . . . What an Honor!

This year, the Anacostia Watershed Society (AWS) has been listed as one of the greater Washington, DC area’s best small non-profits by the Catalogue for Philanthropy.


Compiled and printed yearly, the Catalogue has been awarding local charities their seal of approval since 2003. Catalogue staff and reviewers from foundations, corporate giving programs, and other notable places do significant and rigorous research on various small and local non-profits. From a pool of over 250 applicants each year, they choose roughly 70 that are truly exemplary in their impact. Their choices are then compiled into an easily accessible guide, making your choice of giving simple!

AWS has been a member of the Catalogue family since 2006, and has been featured in the print catalogue three times, including the most current 2012-2013 version.

If you are interested in viewing the Catalogue, simply click here to request a paper copy or download a PDF version. You’ll find us listed in the “Nature” section, along with organizations like the Audubon Naturalist Society and dc greenworks!

If you are interested in learning more about our wonderful programs and initiatives, please feel free to call at 301-699-6304, explore the website, or send an email to

To donate directly to the Anacostia Watershed Society through our secure website, please click here!


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