Next month, our CEO, George A. Jones will receive the DC Office of Human Rights’ Cornelius R. “Neil” Alexander Humanitarian Award for his efforts to make the District a more fair and equitable place for every resident for the last 20 years.
217 individuals picked up produce. 25 volunteers served. 16 furbabies treated and snuggled. All in all, a successful market!
Our CEO, George Jones on why our new SE Center will continue changing the odds on inequality in this region.
Join us tonight (9/12) at our NW Center from 5:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. for the opening reception of Transaction Denied, an art installation that tells the story of thousands of people seeking help paying for food and the broken and unjust system they encounter in our nation’s capitol. The installation will run through September 31.
Earlier this month, Dr. Randi Abramson shared the story of her journey to Bread for the City and our relationship with George Washington Sch0ol of Medicine and Health Sciences when she received the Volunteer Clinical Faculty Award at the Alpha Omega Alpha banquet and induction ceremony.
As federal workers head back to work, we can’t forget those who have to make tough decisions every day.
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