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Social Worker Stories: Women’s Wellness Day Recap

Who says social workers can’t have fun? On March 15, our amazing Women Empowered program sponsored Women’s Wellness Day. UDC Social Work intern Canise Richardson has the recap on a day filled with good food, great people and an even greater experience.

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Social Worker Stories: From Attorney and Activist to Social Work Intern

We’re going back to back for Social Work Month with our second post for the week! Today, our newest social work intern, Mindy Brodsky, Esq., takes us on her journey from attorney and activist to the world of social work. She also gives us an inside look on a first interaction with a client.

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Social Worker Stories: How The Great Recession Led Me to Bread for the City

As we can continue to elevate the voices of our social workers during Social Work Month, Thea Bryan shares her story of how The Great Recession impacted her career path and what working at Bread for the City is like.

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Bread for the City Social Worker Shows Clients How to Make “Money Moves”

“Money Moves” is more than just a line from a Cardi B song. As Social Work Month continues,  Melissa Palms shares her journey to financial social work and how it helps clients improve financial literacy.

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It’s That Time Again… Social Work Month 2019!!

It’s Social Work Month! All March long, we’ll be highlighting and elevating the amazing work our social workers and staff do. Today, take a a quick glance at our services and stay tuned to the blog for more.

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The Future of our Southeast Pre-Employment Program: Shanta Hendry

Introducing Shanta Hendry, Bread for the City’s Pre-Employment Program (PEP) Manager, who will shepherd this program and our clients through the transition to our new Southeast Center and a successful future.

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Thank you.

Earlier this month, Bread for the City reached out to our supporters with an urgent problem: the Small Favors Fund, through which we can help clients with immediate emergency financial needs, was nearly depleted. With your help, we met our match!

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How Trauma Informed Care Impacts Fundraising

Our look at how the trauma informed care model continues with our development department. When we realized industry best practices could potentially hurt our clients, we knew things had to change.

In times of crisis, we all need to come together.

Bread for the City is comprehensively responding to COVID-19 with expanded community partnerships, continual medical care, and responsible and creative programming so that we can meet our community’s needs.

Will you help us with a gift today? Together, we can meet these extraordinary times head-on and ensure that all DC residents remain safe, fed, and supported.