Mount Rainier has a rich assortment of schools, places of worship, community centers and civic organizations. Read more to find what may interest you…
Alley Cat Rescue
Alley Cat Rescue is dedicated to the well-being and welfare of all cats: domestic, stray, feral and wild. TNR- (trap-neuter-return) is a nonlethal solution to ending euthanasia in shelters by ending the overpopulation of feral cats. ACR also rescues, sterilizes, and places stray, domestic (friendly) cats and kittens.
Friends of the Mount Rainier Library (FOL)
The Friends of the Mount Rainier Library (FOL) is a volunteer advocacy group for the Mount Rainier Public Library working to bring a new library to the community.
Artspace, Mount Rainier, Maryland
The Artspace mission is to create, foster, and preserve affordable space for artists and arts organizations. We pursue this mission through development projects, asset management activities, consulting services, and community-building activities that serve artists and arts organizations of all disciplines, cultures, and economic circumstances. By creating this space, Artspace supports the continued professional growth of artists and enhances the cultural and economic vitality of the surrounding community.
Gateway Community Development Corporation
Gateway CDC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit membership planning and development organization formed in 1998 by the residents of North Brentwood, Brentwood, and Mount Rainier — three diverse municipalities bordering northeast Washington, D.C., in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Recognizing that they are more effective directing change with combined resources and a shared vision, these municipalities devised a joint revitalization strategy that promotes their strongest asset – the high number of artists and art organizations in the community. To launch their vision, the Gateway Arts Summit was convened in 1998, bringing together a coalition of artists, residents, business owners, government agencies and elected officials and laying the groundwork for the development of the Gateway Arts District.
Mount Rainier Business Association (MRBA)
The MRBA has resumed meetings. Meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of everything month at 8:30 AM at the Gateway Media Center (3311 Rhode Island Ave). Additional information regarding the MRBA will be submitted once the content is determined.
President – Brooke Kidd
Treasurer – Larry Solomon
Outreach and Advocacy Coordinator - Jimmy Tarlau
Business Coordinator - Desire DuBose
HMB Boys and Girls Club
HMB is a non-profit organization that is committed to building character, promoting education, teaching integrity and team work to youth in our community. By offering supervised athletic programs, we provide a safe place for kids to develop self confidence, good sportsmanship, dedication, leadership skills, and most importantly lasting friendships – all while having fun. Athletic programs include baseball, basketball, cheerleading, football, and soccer. Children that are between 4 and 16 year old are eligible to sign up at https://www.pgcbgc.com/.
Xtreme Teens is a signature program of the M-NCPPC Prince George’s County Department of Parks and Recreation. The young men (beaus) and women (debs), ages 14-17, participate in fun activities, workshops and trips leading up to a formal gala where they will be showcased in front of more than 800 guests. For more information visit http://www.mncppc.org/2340/What-is-Xtreme-Teens.
Gateway Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Social Group. The Gateway GLBT group organizes potluck brunches and happy hours at a local bar in Hyattsville. A great way to meet GLBT neighbors in the Gateway area. Contact Bryan at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Mount Rainier Bike Coop enable residents of Mount Rainier and the surrounding area to own, maintain, and ride bicycles safely. We reclaim, refurbish, and redistribute used bicycles that would otherwise be heading for the landfill, teach mechanics to youth and adults, and partner with local organizations to promote an inclusive and responsible bicycling community. For more information call 301-277-2110, visit Facebook page, or BikeCoop Blog for a complete listing of updates.
Anacostia Watershed Society’s vision is to make the Anacostia River and its tributaries swimmable and fishable, in keeping with the Clean Water Act, for the health and enjoyment of everyone in the community http://www.anacostiaws.org/
Northern PG County Girl Scouts (Association 23), GSCNC, covers Beltsville, Laurel, College Park, Greenbelt, University Park, Hyattsville, and other surrounding areas in Prince George’s County. We are part of the Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital which serves the entire Greater Washington Region metropolitan area, including Washington DC; in Virginia: the cities of Alexandria and Arlington, and Arlington, Clarke, Fairfax, Fauquier, Frederick, Loudoun, Page, Prince William, Shenandoah and Warren counties; in Maryland: Allegany, Calvert, Charles, Frederick, Montgomery, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s and Washington counties; and in West Virginia: Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, Mineral and Morgan counties. The Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital Area has a combined girl and adult membership of over 90,000!
We are thrilled to reach this milestone with membership that consists of 63,300 girl members and 26,700 adult members. We serve girls through wide ranging activities in 4,900 troops with the help of dedicated volunteers- women and men who give their time, talent and energy to Girl Scouting. For more information contact: Maggie Boyden email@example.com or 800-834-1702