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Mount Pleasant Village LogoMount Pleasant Village, Washington, DC:
Celebrating the opportunities and meeting the challenges of aging

Welcome to Mount Pleasant Village

Mount Pleasant Village is a nonprofit, all-volunteer membership organization that enables members to celebrate the opportunities and meet the challenges of aging in the community. We support each other through:

We strive to be inclusive and diverse by outreach to our neighbors, and through partnerships with other organizations in Mt. Pleasant and throughout the city.

Questions? Contact us at


Hello Neighbor Pride Celebration

Village members, families, and neighbors gathered to celebrate Pride Month on June 10. Music was provided by Aaron Myers and his jazz ensemble (fantastic!), food was provided by the Village (excellent grill work!), and the whole party was coordinated by the Diversity Committee and the Hello Neighbor team (thank you!). 


COVID Updates

Although DC Health has made Covid tests available to District residents, many Villagers are unable to get to the library or to stand in line to pick up the test kits. Fortunately, Village volunteers are ready to deliver both antigen and PCR tests to the homes of these Village members.  Thanks to the District’s Department of Aging and Community Living (DACL) and the Village's Neighbors Helping Neighbors volunteers, we have a supply of antigen tests to share with those unable to get to the Library or other distribution site. If you are interested in having an antigen test delivered, please call 202-573-7541 and leave a message. You can also send an email requesting a test kit to
PCR test kits are also available for self-administration. These must be dropped off at collection sites such as the one at the Library by 8:00 p.m. on the day you take the test, and your results will be emailed to you. Village volunteers can help deliver and drop off the PCR tests, but they cannot assist with the nasal swab or other in-person contact.
For more information about assistance with Covid testing, please call the Village’s Neighbors Helping Neighbors help line, 202-573-7541, or email

FEATURED VIDEO: Village Video Interview 41 with Bob Greenstein



We are committed to the health and safety of our Mount Pleasant Village Neighbors. In light of the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak, we urge you protect yourself and others by washing your hands frequently, covering sneezes and coughs, and following other common-sense precautions recommended by the Center for Disease Control. 

The Coronavirus COVID-19 symptoms are similar to a common cold or flu, such as fever, cough, sore throat, and feeling unwell. 

Please look above to find out how you can request assistance from volunteers if you’re self-isolated.


Mount Pleasant Village affirms its stance in support of racial equity and opposition to racism in all forms. See full statement

We Love the Farmers Market!

Every Saturday, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM, open year round

The Mount Pleasant Farmers' Market is open Saturdays year round from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.  No dogs or bikes please.  Given the increased local spread of the highly contagious Delta virus variant, masks & social distancing are strongly encouraged for everyone at the Market. 

The Meet the Street Map (by Mount Pleasant Village) lists all of the businesses along Mount Pleasant Street & includes phone numbers as well as locations. For more information about the map, please contact Jan Fenty,
East by Midwest
Easy-to-use directory sorted by business type. Focus on black-owned businesses in DC.


Resources for Helping Ukraine


Village T-Shirts


Hello Neighbor is here with new banners! (Kids' masks too :)


Free Social Worker Services for Village Members

FYI - Villagers Around Town

COVID-19 Resources


 Upcoming Events


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The Mount Pleasant Village gratefully acknowledges the generous and timely financial support provided by the DC Department of Aging and Community Living and the Washington Home Foundation.