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Actively Moving Forward (Students of AMF)

AMF at Georgetown is an organization for the purpose of supporting students grieving the illness or death of a loved one and providing opportunities for the entire campus community to volunteer and participate in events meant for awareness and support.

After School Kids Program (ASK Program)

The After School Kids Program seeks to empower adjudicated youth in DC to make positive changes in their lives by challenging them with new learning opportunities and teaching them the necessary skills to successfully meet those challenges.

Alpha Phi Omega (APO)

Alpha Phi Omega is a national co-ed community service fraternity. The Mu Alpha chapter was founded at Georgetown in 1956 and has been continuously active ever since. We run a comprehensive service program with over 12 different projects that serve D.C

Alternative Breaks Program (ABP)

ABP gives students the opportunity to spend their spring break exploring issues of social justice through service, immersion, and reflection on a diverse array of trips throughout the country, providing tools for a lasting commitment to a better world.

Amnesty International (AI)

AI at Georgetown is committed to promoting equality and basic and innate rights and freedoms for all human beings. We will fight on a global scale to curb human rights abuses and protect prisoners of conscience while petitioning for their freedom.

Animalia Georgetown (Animalia)

Animalia Georgetown is dedicated to promoting humane practices and fostering awareness of animal welfare issues. We welcome all animal lovers!

Best Buddies Georgetown (Best Buddies)

Best Buddies® is a organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Big Buddies

Big Buddies serves as a program for graduate SFS students to mentor underprivileged elementary children in Washington, D.C.

Black MBA Association (BMBAA)

The goal of the Black MBA Association is to cultivate diversity and networks in a manner that enriches students, the MBA program, and the local community. We achieve this goal through academic, professional, volunteer service and social activities.

Breast Cancer Outreach (BCO)

Georgetown University Breast Cancer Outreach is an organization that promotes awareness, fundraises, increases screening especially for underprivileged DC populations, and focuses on the "human" aspect of breast cancer through direct service.

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