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The Golden Thread: Nonprofit CEOs Share Surprising Success Strategy Enhancing Adaptation, Innovation and Revenue During the COVID Crisis

Our CEO, George Jones along with others will participate in a panel discussion “The Golden Thread: Nonprofit CEOs Share Surprising Success Strategy Enhancing Adaptation, Innovation, and Revenue During the COVID Crisis” RSVP today!

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The Farmers Market is BACK!

Our Farmers Market is now available to members of the general public while supplies last at 10 am. The second Friday of the month will be held at our Northwest Center and the fourth Friday of the month will be held at our Southeast Center.

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Black History Month series: DC Statehood – Did you miss it? Watch it here!

In this week’s Black History Month segment, we highlighted DC Statehood.

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Bread for the City welcomes, Joan Jackson to its Board of Directors!

Bread for the City is excited to introduce Joan Jackson as its newest board member. Jackson is currently retired but owns JMJ Information Services, LLC, which runs an online portal called Balanced Abundant Living (balancedabundantliving.com) for reputable, vetted information to enhance the quality of our lives.

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Black History Month Series: Benjamin Banneker and Marion Barry – Did you miss it? Watch here!

In this week’s Black History Month segment, we highlighted Benjamin Banneker and Marion Barry.
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Bread for the City is making a difference!

Clients of Bread for the City highlight the impact we’ve had on them and in DC. Our organization treats community members with dignity and we help improve all areas of their lives.

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Celebrate Black History Month with us!

We invite everyone to celebrate Black History Month with us as we host a series of events on social media each Wednesday at 6 pm on our Facebook page.

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Bread for the City provides Moderna vaccine to essential workers

We received 400 doses, the bulk of the doses will be for DC area frontline staff and medical providers who will be referred by the DC Health Department. Many people are scared and don’t feel as if they’re ready to take the vaccine, and that’s perfectly reasonable. Have an open mind and be willing to change your mind once you have all the information.