Nonprofit Partners

Washington D.C.

Fair Chance serves nonprofits in Washington, DC through two capacity building programs: the Pathways Partnership & the Praxis Partnership. Learn more about the nonprofits currently in our DC programs below:

After-School All-Stars

After-School All-Stars provides free, comprehensive after-school programs that keep children safe and help them succeed in school and life.

Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project (A/PI DVRP)

Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project supports and mobilizes Asian/Pacific Islanders to build safer communities by responding to harm and striving to end gender and power-based violence.

Faith for the City

Faith for the City empowers Black youth in Washington, DC to impact their community by experiencing their own transformation through academic enrichment, the arts, leadership development and financial literacy.

Girls on the Run - DC

Girls on the Run - DC has fun evidence-based programs that inspire all girls to build their confidence, kindness, and decision making skills. Dynamic lessons instill valuable life skills including the important connection between physical and emotional health.

iFly Youth

iFly Youth develops middle school girls of color into global leaders through international travel and community building.

Soul Trak Outdoors

Soul Trak Outdoors cultivates outdoor stewards within communities of color through multi-generational programming in nature.

The STAND Foundation

The STAND Foundation is committed to the holistic wellness of girls and women in urban communities. They accomplish these wellness goals through four areas of programming: mindfulness activities, nutrition training, art therapy, and equine activities.

Tech Turn Up

Tech Turn Up tackles the digital divide in under-resourced communities. Their mission connections arts with tech, bridging the gap through creative programming.

Prince George’s County, MD

The Ready for Work Nonprofit Capacity Building Initiative provides select nonprofits in Prince George’s County with three-year partnership to help improve organizational outcomes and strengthen their capacity to support young people in achieving their goals. This initiative is in partnership with Youth Invest Partners (formerly Venture Philanthropy Partners (VPP)) and the Prince George’s County Council. Learn more about current Ready for Work partners below

Art Works Now

Art Works Now’s mission is to create a stronger community through the arts. They achieve this with affordable, content-rich art classes and experiences.


BCAUSEICAN equips communities in need with STEM education to prevent socioeconomic disparities.

L.E.E.P To College Foundation, Inc.

Recognizing that a college education confers many advantages, L.E.E.P To College Foundation, Inc. provides a variety of free services to low-to-moderate income, underrepresented students with the goal of increasing their interest in and readiness for college.