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BFC Board President, Jon Fee, writes about Holiday Helpings for this year

This is the time of year that Bread for City helps make the holidays a little more special for thousands of DC families.  Giving for Holiday Helpings is a holiday tradition at my house, and I hope it is at yours, too!  For me, it’s as though my holidays don’t begin until I do some volunteering and make a donation for Holiday Helpings.

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Holiday Helpings Message from George Jones

Our CEO George Jones reminds everyone about Holiday Helpings. Your support is still needed. Holiday Helpings this year is about turning tradition into progress. Due to these unprecedented times, our community members need more options than just a holiday meal. #HolidayHelpings 

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Holiday Helpings Virtual Halftime Show

We want to invite you to join us today at 6 pm. for our Holiday Helpings Virtual Halftime Show. It will feature special guests, performances from national and local artists, and a few surprises. This event is to celebrate the progress we’ve made and to encourage people to support us. It will be hosted by Britt Waters, host of the Washington Wizards and Mystics, and Kevin Blackistone from The Washington Post and ESPN’s Around the Horn. 

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George Jones #GivingTuesday Kick-off

Today is #GivingTuesday! Bread for the City CEO George Jones explains why your support this year is needed now more than ever. Support Bread for the City today on #GivingTuesday.

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Leonard Edwards Holiday Helpings video

Bread for the City Board Member Leonard Edwards explains the importance of donating to our Holiday Helpings program this year.

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A Conversation about Holiday Helpings with Lauren Taylor

Our community members are in deep need due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many low-income families are struggling with employment, food security, and mental health. The holiday season is here, but celebrating with family and friends may not be a priority to everyone. Holiday Helpings this year is about turning tradition into progress, we’re providing the necessary tools for people to make their own decisions. This year Lauren Taylor, Representative Payee Benefits Coordinator, created a classy page to help raise funds for Holiday Helpings. We got the chance to speak with Lauren about her participation this year.

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A Conversation about Holiday Helpings with Stacey Johnson

Holiday Helpings has always been more than just providing meals to low-income families, it’s a time for families to come together and participate in something meaningful. Bread for the City’s Northwest Resource Systems Specialist, Stacey Johnson, has participated in Holiday Helpings each year with a fundraising drive and it’s become a welcomed family tradition. The key to her family’s success is having fun while helping the community that Bread for the City serves. We got the chance to speak with Stacey about her participation each year. 

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Bread for the City will be closed on Friday, September 22. We apologize for the inconvenience.