The Washington Winter Show

Founded to raise significant funds to support health and education programs
for underserved and at-risk children and families

2015 BENEFICIARIES
Founded in 1868, the Founders Board of St. John’s Community Services provides support to children with intellectual and developmental disabilities between the ages of 3 and 22 so that they may enjoy the benefits of an education with their nondisabled peers in the DC public schools and develop relationships and life skills as they mature.

The Bishop John T. Walker School for Boys is a not-for-profit, tuition-free school for boys in Southeast Washington, D.C. The school creates a nurturing and supportive environment where students mature academically, spiritually, socially, artistically, physically, and morally, and develop the self-confidence and character to make a positive impact on society.

 


Bishop John T. Walker School for Boys


Saint John's Community Services

Through this show, the WWS raises monies and public awareness on behalf of its chosen charities.

During the past sixty years, the Washington Winter Show/The Washington Antiques Show has provided more than eight million dollars to charities serving at-risk children and families in the Washington area.  The beneficiaries of the 2015 Show are The Founders Board of St. John’s Community Services, the Bishop John T. Walker School for Boys and THEARC.

THEARCTHEARC (Town Hall Education Arts & Recreation Campus) was established in 2005 and offers high quality and accessible cultural, health, educational and social services to the residents of Southeast Washington, DC through partnerships with outstanding local organizations.