Support Your Neighborhood…
Join the Foggy Bottom Association Today!
From influencing city government, and making the Foggy Bottom/West End more environmentally friendly, to supporting local artists, joining the Foggy Bottom Association is a great way to improve our neighborhood. And now there are two easy ways to join or renew your FBA Membership
Join or Renew your FBA membership NOW. Use our handy online payment option to Renew or become a New Member.
- Monthly meetings with speakers.
- Updates on activities that affect us and our neighborhood.
- A local merchants program offering discounts to members.
- Social activities so we can get better acquainted with neighbors.
It adds up to all of the above and more for $20 (tax deductible) per year, or $30 for two years, you’ll be supporting this great organization. (Contributions over $20 are greatly appreciated and are also fully tax deductible.) Special student rate of $10 per year. For further information or if you have questions, please email:
Or return this form with checks made payable to the FBA:
Mail to: FBA, PO Box 58087, Washington, DC 20037-8087
Foggy Bottom Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Because the FBA is an all-volunteer organization, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery of your membership card.
We brought Trader Joe’s to Foggy Bottom and launched a Preferred Merchant’s Program that gives FBA members discounts at local stores. The FBA Promotes the Arts sponsoring the Annual Foggy Bottom Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit as well as the Foggy Bottom Photography Competition. We’re Protecting our Environment by participating in the 26th Street Park Clean-up Events and Neighborhood Greening Efforts.
We’re involved in Social & Cultural Events including the BBQ at 26th Street Park, Backstage Tours of the Kennedy Center, Tours of State Department Diplomatic Reception Rooms, A Tour of the Organization of American States, Breakfast and Luncheon Get-togethers, Guided tours of Special Museum Exhibits, and our Annual Holiday Party.
Council member Jack Evans and other elected officials are regular guests at FBA Meetings, engaging in Q&A sessions with FBA members. The FBA helped stop the no-bid giveaway of our public library and fire station, helping draft a plan for development on these sites.