The Classifieds page is one of our most popular, and we’re taking it to the next level with more visibility on the home page. Want your business or service to be seen? Ads are $5 per month/50 words; $10 per month/51-100 words or 50 words and one photo (more details and payment information here). Email your ad to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on other ways to reach our readers, please visit our main advertising page.
Neighbors helping neighbors (NEW!): Volunteering your services to a neighbor in need? Or are you in search of neighborly assistance yourself? Place an ad for free. Simply write us at email@example.com with your offers and requests.
Please join us virtually on Monday, May 18th, 2020, at 8:00pm to learn about Sheridan School and all we have to offer your child and your family.
Whether you’re interested in our limited spaces for 2020-2021 or seeking a head start on your research for 2021-2022, we hope you will join us!
Please send your questions or RSVP to Margie Gottfried, our Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you the Zoom link.
Ward 3 Mutual Aid is providing free groceries and hygiene products to residents in need. Please call us at 202-556-1315. In order to sustain this solidarity effort, we need volunteer grocery runners, hotline operators, and help with fundraising. Our volunteer intake form can be found at https://bit.ly/DCward3MutualAid and our fundraiser can be accessed at https://bit.ly/FundWard3MutualAid. We are part of the citywide DC Mutual Aid Network — learn more about our political movement here: http://thepeoplesdemandsdc.com/.
Need a plank of pressurized pine for deck railing: 12′ and 1 inch by 5 ½’ by 1 ½”. Please email email@example.com. (5/15)
If you are 60+, live in Forest Hills and need assistance with picking up food, medicine or other essentials during this time of social distancing, call or text Dipa at 202-744-3885. Happy to drive and pick up things for you as a free service.
Volunteer available to help with grocery and errand runs, for Forest Hills residents that need to use precautions during this public health emergency. Please feel free to call Michael at 202-417-1979 and he’ll do his best to help!
Forest Hills Connection depends on residents as volunteer writers, photographers and videographers. If you would like to write about issues facing the neighborhood, interview interesting neighbors, keep us up-to-date on the cultural happenings in the city, or present us with a photo essay or a video about the nature all around us, let us know. We are open to your ideas to make this an interesting, provocative, and quirky publication for and by our neighborhood. For that we need a variety of viewpoints and sources of material. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.