Nonprofit Roundup: January 2019

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In late 2018, Capital Clubhouse opened their doors in Washington, DC. As an arm of Clubhouse International, this nonprofit member-base community supports people who are living with mental illness by providing respect, hope, and opportunities. Although there are more than 200 Clubhouses nationwide, Capital Clubhouse is the first to be located in Washington, DC. Follow Capital Clubhouse on Facebook to stay updated on their activities in the new year and beyond.

2018 was also a big year for the Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art in Denver, Colorado. This nonprofit museum opened their new building in Denver's Golden Triangle district in March 2018, and has seen more than 30,000 visitors since. With three principal collections of decorative art presented in a salon style, the Kirkland Museum has become one of Denver's most intriguing and unique museums. Visit the Kirkland Museum website or follow them on Facebook to learn more about their upcoming events and exhibitions.

Don’t miss Ozone House’s 6th Annual Home Sweet Home fundraising event on February 12 in Ann Arbor, Michigan! This annual event raises awareness and funds for Ozone House’s Kicked Out Fund for LGBTQ+ youth services. Ozone House is an Ann Arbor nonprofit that provides shelter and support for homeless youth and runaways. Purchase tickets here, or visit for more information.