Everybody Wins! DC (EW!DC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Since our founding in 1995, EW!DC’s literacy and mentoring programs have enriched the lives of more than 38,000 children. However, much more still needs to be accomplished. EW!DC has a waiting list of children who want to be a part of our programs and who deeply need the support of a Reading Mentor who cares and can share with them a love of reading. Please don’t forget to spread the word to your friends and colleagues. With increased support from generous people like you, EW!DC will be able to reach more of the thousands of at-risk children who need our assistance.

Donate now and make a difference in the lives of children. When we receive your donation, you will receive an acknowledgment in the mail as a receipt for tax purposes. Thank you for your support.


Financial Donations


As a member of Local Independent Charities of America (LIC), we participate in their online donation programs. EW!DC does a lot with a little. Every dollar counts


Everybody Wins! DC participates in both the United Way Campaign of the National Capital Area and Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Please view the flyer for information on how to designate funds/make payroll deductions and  see what a difference your contribution will make.  Our United Way Code: 8813 and CFC Code: 12915.  For any questions please contact Jerry Wnuck at (202) 216-9467 ext. 205.



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Donate Books


We are always in need of new books to use in many ways. Each school year EW!DC distributes more than 5,000 books to our students and keeps book carts full at each Power Lunch and Readers Are Leaders school. Make a donation of books or view our wish list of the most popular books. Consider holding a new book drive at your office! Please contact Rachael Moser at (202) 216-9467 ext. 211 for more information on donating books.


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"I love this program. It helps me get better with my reading. I learn new words with Everybody Wins!"
"I couldn’t think of a better way to spend my lunch hour!"
"My student has jumped leaps and bounds in her reading confidence."
"It's going to be great when summer's over and we can read again together."
"I came to Everybody Wins a young girl who didn't like reading and I'm leaving as a girl who loves books and everything about them."
"He told me on his last day that he wanted to go to college and read and learn math!"
"Most of all, I will remember enjoying the improvement I witnessed over the past two years!"
"I like when my reading partner reads to me and I get to learn to read when I read back to her."