People make all this possible.

Solidarity requires the work of many folks.

Invest in your community, our community.

We provide food & supplies to hundreds of  people every week.


Solidarity requires the work of many community members. Please reach out and we can talk about what’s needed now and how you want to help. 


Needs evolve. Some examples: make masks, deliver food and supplies, pack items, help with programs and working groups, monitor the phone line or email line. Got any special skills? Sewing, writing, logistics, finance? Let us know. 

We’re also looking for virtual tutors!


We’re especially looking for college students and recent graduates, but others may also join us. You’ll need to be able to commit to at least one tutoring session per week.

Sign up or get more information.

Financial Support

Donations—especially recurring gifts—form the foundation of our ability to support our neighbors. With every dollar, we can pay for more laptops and school items; enrichment programs for kids; masks and hand sanitizer; culturally responsive public health fliers; and sustaining our operations, which now span programs serving 2,000 people every week.


Become a recurring donor or business donor or make a one-time donation to support our programming. This is one of the most impactful ways you can help ensure that this work continues now and into the future. We know that the end is not in sight for the impacts of structural racism and COVID-19. SYC/W6MA is committed to serving our city in whatever way we need to for the long haul. We can and will do this, and we need you in the fight.

Questions about where your donation will go? Interested in sponsoring or making a donation from a Donor Advised Fund or other alternative source? Get in touch with our Development team.​

Donate items

We provide food and supplies to 2,000 people every week.

What your neighbors need
  • Bleach

  • Cleaning wipes

  • Household cleaner or disinfectant

  • Dish and hand soap

  • Gloves

  • Masks

  • Powdered or shelf-stable milk

  • Canned vegetables, especially dark leafy greens

  • Canned fruit & 100% juice (not cocktail)

  • Toilet paper

  • Snack foods

  • Diapers of all sizes

  • Baby wipes

  • Rice

  • Pasta

  • Beans

  • Canned chicken or tuna

  • Rubbing alcohol or alcohol pads

  • Any items you bought for your own family


Where to bring it


You can bring supplies to the following supply pods. 

Email or call for more locations in your Ward 6 neighborhood: or 202-683-9962


  • Capitol Hill: Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, 545 7th St. SE

    • 9 am-6 pm daily, inside the vestibule

  • Southwest: Christ United Methodist Church, 900 4th Street SW

    • Wednesday & Friday 3-6 pm

    • Saturday 11 am- 2 pm

    • Delivery through courtyard gate.

    • Call  202-630-1069 to coordinate a drop off. 

Donate your used laptop or device.

We’ll recondition and give them a home. Email to arrange a pickup or ask questions.