Repairing the Breach. Building Public Kinship.
The Focus of Our Efforts
Our work in Public Kinship is what noted sociologists, social psychologists, and behavioral economists posit as the building of social capital, social trust, and social cohesion.
An action-oriented think tank of community-based practitioners and researchers who develop local solutions to national issues.
Innovative solutions to support local entrepreneurs in our allied communities.
Bringing affordable, high-yield urban agriculture technology to community gardens in Washington, DC.
We are proud to serve as a fiscal sponsor for community-developed and resident-led programs and initiatives as well as offer research, technical, training, grant writing, and planning support to our allied communities.
1101 30th St NW, Fourth Floor
Washington, DC 20007
Office: (202) 333-8447