Dive Gives

Industry Dive donates to two charities each quarter. Employees present organizations they believe the company should support, and the whole staff votes on the recipients.

Past recipients

2022, 2021, 2017

DC Volunteer Lawyers Project

With the help of hundreds of well-trained volunteer lawyers each year, DC Volunteer Lawyers Project provides comprehensive legal services to victims of domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, sexual assault, and other forms of gender-based violence, and to vulnerable children living in dangerous situations. Every year, the organization helps over 2,100 clients escape violence and move toward safety & stability.”
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2022

Stone House

Stone House makes a difference in our community by caring for and protecting adult and child survivors of domestic abuse, and helping them rebuild safe, secure, independent lives of purpose and self-fulfillment.
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2022

Nationalities Service Center

NSC’s Refugee and Community Integration (RCI) department provides a wide-range of services to meet the needs of newly arriving refugees, victims of human trafficking and unaccompanied children. We are the largest and most comprehensive provider of services in the Greater Philadelphia region. Our goal is to welcome refugees, victims of human trafficking and unaccompanied children and put them on a path to self-sufficiency and create a safe and permanent residency.
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2022

American Cancer Society

Since 1993, the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer® (MSABC) campaign has united communities, companies, and individuals with a collective goal to end breast cancer as we know it. Over the past two decades, the 3- to 5-mile noncompetitive walks have collectively grown into the nation’s largest and most impactful breast cancer movement providing a supportive community for courageous breast cancer survivors and metastatic breast cancer thrivers, including caregivers, and families alike.
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2022

National Network of Abortion Funds

The National Network of Abortion Funds has over 90 grassroots organizations across the United States that are working to remove financial and logistical barriers to support people that want and need abortion access. These organizations work with clinics to help pay for abortions, and offer support such as transportation, childcare, translation, doula services, and somewhere to stay if someone needs to travel to get an abortion.
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2022

JAAGO Foundation

As the victims’ lives and livelihoods have been threatened, providing relief and support is the foremost thing. JAAGO Foundation & Volunteer for Bangladesh have stepped up to face the challenges and support the most affected ones. All the funds collected for tackling the flood situation will be channelled towards the recovery of flood victims. With your support and dedication of our 50000 pool of volunteers across the country, we will drive to respond to the urge to save lives.
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2022

UNICEF

More than 1.5 million children are at increased risk of waterborne diseases, drowning and malnutrition due to extensive flooding in northeastern Bangladesh. Over 4 million people in five districts — Sylhet, Sunamganj, Habiganj, Netrokona and Maulvibazar —have been affected by the flooding. Agricultural land and critical infrastructure, including schools and power stations, have been submerged. UNICEF is supporting the Government of Bangladesh’s flood response by supplying safe water, hygiene kits, therapeutic foods and learning kits. UNICEF also works closely with the Department of Social Services to ensure that social workers stand ready to protect the safety and security of children.
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2022

Save the Children Ukraine Crisis Relief

Save the Children Ukraine Crisis Relief has helped children in Ukraine since 2014. Now more than 3.7 million people have fled the violence in Ukraine, the majority of whom are women and children. Children on the move are at risk of hunger, illness, trafficking and abuse. Children's Emergency Fund will help provide children and families at risk in Ukraine and around the world with immediate aid, such as food, water, hygiene kits, psychosocial support and cash assistance.
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2022

World Central Kitchen

The World Central Kitchen is providing food security to those displaced by the fighting in Ukraine. Founded by D.C.'s José Andrés, WCK provides rapid response to crises of all kinds. "When people are hungry, send in cooks. Not tomorrow, today.
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2022

Nova Ukraine

Nova Ukraine is a nonprofit dedicated to providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine and raising awareness about Ukraine in the United States as well as in the rest of the world. The donations fund a variety of efforts to help the people of Ukraine and to strengthen Ukraine’s civil society.
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2022

National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Walk MS brings together passionate people from communities across the country to change the world for people affected by multiple sclerosis. Together, we drive progress to achieve our vision of a world free of MS. To date, Walk MS participants, volunteers and donors have raised over $1 billion to stop MS in its tracks, restore what’s been lost and end MS forever.
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2021

Restore NYC

Restore NYC is a nonprofit organization making freedom real for survivors of trafficking in the United States. Since 2009, the organization has pioneered innovative housing and economic-empowerment solutions that give survivors access to safe homes and safe jobs.
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2021

Equity Before Birth

Equity Before Birth tackles maternal and infant mortality by helping those who are disproportionately impacted - Black moms, birthing people and their infants. They take the unprecedented approach of supplementing income in the absence of paid parental leave and covering the cost of essential services and support. They do this through fundraising and intentional partnership. Their Direct Service Partners are BIPOC-led grassroots organizations who already serve the target population.
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2021

Frisky's Wildlife and Primate Sanctuary,Inc.

Frisky's Wildlife and Primate Sanctuary is a 5 acre property in Woodstock, MD that takes care of primates that come from sanctuaries or private owners around the country. The sanctuary also cares for small, indigenous wildlife and domestic animals, such as farm animals and rabbits. These animals are brought to the sanctuary because they are injured/sick, orphaned, or they were pets who can no longer be cared for by their owners. All proceeds and donations go directly for the care and welfare of the animals.
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2021

Lawrence Hall

For more than 150 years, Lawrence Hall has been delivering high quality care to abused and neglected youth and their families throughout the Chicago metropolitan area. Lawrence Hall's mission is to embrace at-risk youth and their families by instilling resilience, healing and changing lives for good.
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2021

The Black Swan Academy

Founded in 2013, the Black Swan Academy is a non-profit organization in the District of Columbia that concentrates its efforts on empowering Black youth in under-served communities through civic leadership and engagement, giving them a comprehensive set of tools needed to succeed in life and become active social catalyst in their communities.
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2021

Women for Women International

Women for Women International (WfWI) is a nonprofit and humanitarian organization that supports marginalized women in war-torn countries by providing them with tools and resources to help them rebuild their lives. WfWI offers a year-long program (Stronger Women, Stronger Nations) to the women that they work with. When women enroll in the Program, they learn skills like how to save, build businesses, understand their rights, improve their health, and change societal rules. Since 1993, WfWI has helped and supported more than 500,000 women.
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2021

Ayuda

Ayuda provides legal, social, and language services to help low-income immigrants transform their lives. Immigrants receive the help of experts and professionals to navigate the justice and immigration systems and access the social safety net. Since 1973, Ayuda has helped more than 150,000 immigrants across Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia.
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2021

I Support the Girls

I Support the Girls is a nonprofit organization that collects and distributes bras, underwear, and menstrual hygiene products to folks experiencing homelessness, impoverishment, and other distress.Since its founding in 2015, I Support the Girls has collected and distributed 741,000 bras, 7,200,000 menstrual products, and partnered with 1800 vetted organizations.
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2020

PFLAG

FLAG is the first and largest organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) people, their parents and families, and allies. With over 400 chapters and 200,000 members and supporters crossing multiple generations of families in major urban centers, small cities, and rural areas across America, PFLAG is committed to creating a world where diversity is celebrated and all people are respected, valued, and affirmed.
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2020

Camp Kesem

Camp Kesem is a nationwide community that serves children who have lost a parent to cancer, have a parent undergoing cancer treatment, or whose parent is a cancer survivor. This community provides support and understanding to kids who often feel alone in their particular circumstances. Camps are staffed by highly trained volunteer college student leaders – many who have experienced a family member with cancer themselves.
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2020

StandUp for Kids

StandUp for Kids is a national non-profit organization dedicated to ending the cycle of youth homelessness in local communities like yours. Since 1990, the organization has cared for homeless and at-risk youth by transitioning them from crisis to connection. StandUp for Kids gives our youth a sense of safety, hope, and belonging through housing support, mentoring, drop-in centers, and street outreach. The organization bears the highest independent ratings for fiscal stewardship of all donations.
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2020

SOME - So Others May Eat

SOME’s (So Others Might Eat) comprehensive programs designed to help our most vulnerable neighbors—people experiencing homelessness and extreme poverty—find pathways out of poverty and achieve long-term stability and success.
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2020

DC Central Kitchen

DC Central Kitchen (DCCK) is an iconic nonprofit and social enterprise that combats hunger and poverty through job training and job creation. DCCK’s social ventures include serving scratch-cooked farm-to-school meals in DC schools, delivering fresh, affordable produce to corner stores in neighborhoods without supermarkets, and operating a fast-casual cafe.
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2020

Until Freedom

Until Freedom is an intersectional social justice organization rooted in the leadership of diverse people of color to address systemic and racial injustice.
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2020

The Community Bail Funds

The Community Bail Funds is donation fund that allows you to split a donation between 70+ community bail funds, mutual aid funds, and racial justice organizers.
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2020

The Loveland Foundation

Loveland Foundation is committed to showing up for communities of color in unique and powerful ways, with a particular focus on Black women and girls. Their resources and initiatives are collaborative and they prioritize opportunity, access, validation, and healing.
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2020

BEAM: Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective

BEAM’s mission is to remove the barriers that Black people experience getting access to or staying connected with emotional health care and healing. They do this through education, training, advocacy and the creative arts.
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2020

The Okra Project

The Okra Project is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever we can reach them. The Okra Project pays Black Trans chefs to go into the homes of Black Trans people to cook them a healthy and home-cooked meal at absolutely no cost. For those Black Trans folks currently experiencing homeless or whose homes cannot support our chef’s cooking, The Okra Project has partnered with institutions like Osborne Association and other community spaces to deliver foods.
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2020

Resilient Coders

Resilient Coders is an audacious Bootcamp. The goal is to take a small cohort of young people of color, without college degrees, and teach them to be javascript developers, so that they may have access to a real high-growth career building software. The Bootcamp provides the students with core skills, soft skills and client relationship building skills to eventually connect them with jobs.
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2020

BAR: Bartenders Against Racism

A newly launched non-profit, Bartenders Against Racism is a grassroots organization addressing racism in service industry. This organization pushes for training/development opportunities for POC, supports undocumented colleagues and develops resources for workers struggling with mental health. BAR can be seen on the grounds ‘supply-tending’ — handing out water/food/supplies/etc — at protests.
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2019, 2017

Martha's Table

Martha's Table is a non-profit organization, an active charity and volunteer center in Washington, D.C. The mission of Martha's Table is to "build a better future through healthy food, affordable clothing, and quality education.
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2019

One Thousand Schools

One Thousand Schools is an initiative to connect professionals with a week long service trip in Honduras. Our shared mission, with the nonprofit Students Helping Honduras, is to alleviate extreme poverty in Honduras through education and youth empowerment.
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2019

Amazon Conservation Association

The Amazon Conversation Association unites science, innovation and community to protect the western Amazon.
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2019

Bringing Hope Home

Bringing Hope Home is a non-profit organization that provides Unexpected Amazingness to local Families with cancer through financial and emotional support. Through our Light of Hope Family Grant, we offer a one-time grant to pay essential household bills for Families with cancer.
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2018

Launch Code

LaunchCode is a non-profit organization that works with hundreds of companies to set up paid apprenticeships in technology for talented people who lack the traditional credentials to land a good job.
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2018

Jill's House

Jill's House provides overnight care to families of children with intellectual disabilities in a celebratory and safe environment tailored to them.
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2018

Courtney's House

Courtney’s House is committed to providing trauma informed services for domestic sex trafficked youth between the ages of 12 and 21.
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2018

DC Diaper Bank

Greater DC Diaper Bank empowers families and individuals throughout D.C., MD, and VA by providing a reliable and adequate source of basic baby needs and personal hygiene products.
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2018

DC Scores

DC Scores creates neighborhood teams that give kids in need the confidence and skills to succeed on the playing field, in the classroom, and in life.
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2018

Titans Foundation

The Titan Foundation provides educational support to children with various learning disabilities while building confidence and the skills to succeed. The foundation offers high quality testing, teacher training, and support for families who want to keep their children in the schools of their choice.
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2018

DCATS

DCATS (DC Area Transmasculine Society) is a trans-led nonprofit organization that serves to advance the lives of transmasculine folx by providing resources that help overcome the social, economic, and health-related barriers to living authentically.
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2018

Preeclampsia Foundation

The Preeclampsia Foundation is an empowered community of patients and experts, with a diverse array of resources and support to help you have the best possible pregnancy or to help you navigate the questions you’ll have if you don’t. We provide unparalleled support and advocacy for the people whose lives have been or will be affected by the condition – mothers, babies, fathers and their families.
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2018

The Bail Project

The Bail Project, Inc. is an unprecedented effort to combat mass incarceration at the front end of the system. They pay bail for people in need, reuniting families and restoring the presumption of innocence. Because bail is returned at the end of a case, donations to The Bail Project National Revolving Bail Fund can be recycled and reused to pay bail two to three times per year, maximizing the impact of every dollar.
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2017

CASA

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) promotes court-appointed advocates for abused or neglected children in order to provide children with a safe and healthy environment in permanent homes.
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2017

Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands

The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands' primary goal is to build a collection of permanent funds, which will be used to enhance the educational, physical, social, cultural and environmental well-being of the children, youth, and families of the Virgin Islands.
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2017

Whitman Walker Health Clinic

Whitman-Walker Health, formerly Whitman-Walker Clinic, is a non-profit community health center in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area with a special expertise in HIV/AIDS healthcare and LGBT healthcare.
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2017

Send A Kid to Camp

For more than 165 years, the Y has been working to fill the gaps across the metropolitan Washington region. Donations empower the community to thrive, through programs that include Youth & Government and Diabetes Prevention.
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2017

Byte Back

Byte Back improves economic opportunity by providing computer training and career preparation to underserved Washington, DC metro area residents.
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2017

Students Helping Honduras

An International NGO volunteer abroad movement to alleviate extreme poverty and violence in Honduras through education and youth empowerment.
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2016

City Dogs Rescue

City Dogs Rescue & City Kitties rescues adoptable cats and dogs in overcrowded and high-kill shelters, where resources are severely limited. They offer a lifeline to as many of these wonderful animals as possible.
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2016

826DC

826DC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting students ages 6-18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write.
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