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Revision as of 20:56, 1 June 2013


Participants in the Wikipedia and Legislative Data workshop 04.jpg

Whether you're a free culture movement veteran, a newcomer interested in participating for the first time, or simply curious about our mission and programs, it's easy to get involved. You can make a huge difference.

For just $10, you can support our mission and help influence the direction of Wikimedia DC.

Learn more about what we do by reading our blog and subscribe to our mailing list, and get updates from us on Twitter, Facebook, and Meetup.

We hold workshops and meetups every month in the D.C. area!

Wikimedia DC provides small grants to individuals, community groups, and nonprofit organizations to fund activities that align with our mission.

Your contribution will help provide critical funding for our educational and outreach programs.