The Greater Bethesda-Chevy Chase Chamber of Commerce: Non Profit Organizations

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A Non-profit organization for women engaged in outdoor activities where they share skills, experience, strengths, and support to enhance and expand each woman's world.

A non-profit organization offering immersion language training to students of all ages and skill levels. Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Italian, Russian, and English.

The American Institutes for Research: an independent, not-for-profit corporation that provides governments and the private sector with responsive services of the highest quality by applying and advancing the knowledge , theories, methods, and standards of the behavioral and social sciences to solve significant societal problems.

Brookings Institute: A private, independent, nonprofit research organization, Brookins seeks to improve the performance of American institutions, the effectiveness of government programs, and the qualit of U.S. public policies.

Center for Applied Linguistics: CAL is a private non-profit organization, that has been applying research and information about language and culture to educational, cultural, and social concerns for 38 years.

The Mid-Atlantic Electronic Commerce Institute: This is a business and economic development resource serving small and medium sized companies who wish to expand their marketing and customer presence in the Mid-Atlantic region and other markets using new electronic commerce services.

The Potomac Knowledgeway Project: The Potomac KnowledgeWay Project serves as a catalyst to help the greater Washington region seize the economic, educational and social opportunities of the communications revolution and become the global center of the knowledge industry.

The Volunteer Center: The Center provides a vital link between people who want to volunteer and the agencies that need volunteers.

The Urban Institute: The Urban Institute is a nonprofit policy research organization established in Washington, D.C., in 1968. The staff investigates the social and economic problems confronting the nation and government policies and public and private programs designed to alleviate them.

The National 4-H Council is a nonprofit educational organization devoted to creating exciting opportunities for young people. Our mission is to build partnerships with those who seek to help youth solve issues critical to their lives, families and society.

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Missing Children
Non Profit Organization
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Religious Resources
Resources for the Disabled
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