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Which D.C. organizations should people volunteer for?

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U.S. Department of Agriculture National Organic Program, Agricultural Marketing Specialist Lee Cliburn prepares seedling for the People’s Garden Initiative and volunteer Executive Master Gardeners distribution of “Abraham Lincoln” Tomato seedlings.
Photo via <A href=”https://flic.kr/p/c4n8of”>U.S. Department of Agriculture</a>

For local non-profits, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Why? Because more and more people are going out and giving back to their communities by volunteering.

For those who don’t know where to look when it comes to giving back, Curbed is reaching out to readers for their advice. Which organizations are on the lookout for some extra help? What’s the commitment like to volunteering for certain organizations? Have any good stories about volunteering?

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