In the Community
D.C. United has launched a partnership with the U.S. Soccer Foundation's Passback Program to distribute soccer equipment to children in the greater Washington area. Since 2002, the U.S. Soccer Foundation’s Passback Program has collected and redistributed over 900,000 pieces of soccer equipment to children in underserved communities. With the help of dedicated individuals, soccer clubs, and organizations that collect and donate soccer equipment, D.C. United and the U.S.
On Sunday, March 15, D.C. United teamed up with Boundary Stone Public House and the St. Baldrick’s Foundation to participate in the Third Annual Head Shaving Event to help raise money for childhood cancer research. Many supporters gathered at Boundary Stone Public House to have their heads shaved as a sign of support for St. Baldrick's and youth affected by the disease.
D.C. United has teamed with Boundary Stone Public House and the St. Baldrick’s Foundation to host the Third Annual Head Shaving Event to help raise money for childhood cancer research. On Sunday, March 15, at 3 p.m., volunteers will gather at Boundary Stone Public House and have their heads shaved as a sign of support for St. Baldrick's and youth affected by cancer.
Are you a Community All-Star? Do you know someone who is?
The D.C. United Community Stars program is an initiative designed to further support our commitment to the community by recognizing and supporting organizations and individuals for their contributions to communities in and around the Washington Metropolitan area.
Silent Auction Items and Value
This weekend, D.C. United Season Ticket Members will be helping the club kickoff the season at A Day to Unite. The event, which features the launch of our 2015 secondary jersey, will also have a silent auction with proceeds to benefit the D.C. United Foundation. Check out the items below, and be ready to place your bids this Sunday!
D.C. United partners with the Metropolitan Police Department’s Latino Liaison Unit to Celebrate Three Kings Day
Despite some cold and tricky weather conditions and a rescheduled date, on January 8, D.C. United once again partnered with the Metropolitan Police Department’s Latino Liaison Unit to celebrate Three Kings Day and continue spreading holiday season joy with a toy distribution for local area children.
D.C. United and the Near SE/SW Community Benefits Coordinating Council (CBCC) have announced the completion of the Southwest Soccer Stadium Community Benefits Agreement (CBA), which will lay the foundation for a lasting relationship between the team and the residents of the community that will be the home of the team's new stadium.
As Christmas inches closer, D.C. United found a way to help ensure the holiday will be special for those who need extra help this season. On December 11, D.C. United joined the Salvation Army National Capital Area Command through its Angel Tree Program to package donated Christmas gifts for families in the District.
D.C. United front office staff and first team player Conor Doyle attended the event, at the former Malcolm X Elementary School. The group of 20 volunteers helped by putting together gift bags, organizing donated toys, taking inventory and labeling gifts.
In a continuous effort to spread joy this holiday season, on December 3, D.C. United in partnership with the Kuykenstrong Foundation paid a visit to young patients at the Pediatric Oncology Clinic at Georgetown University’s Lombardi Cancer Center.
D.C. United will continue its holiday giving with a Toy Drive starting this Monday, December 1st. The drive will collect new and unwrapped toys that will benefit youth in need throughout the D.C. area during the holiday season.
The drive is set to run from December 1st through December 23rd. This year, there are four different locations where you can drop off your toys: