January 01, 2020 by BFC
Guest Author: The Bread for the City Family
Happy New Year! Bread for the City has seen four decades come and go in Washington, DC — decades that have brought change, sometimes tumultuous, to our city. But through it all we have never wavered in our mission to fight poverty. Thank you for standing with us, and may you have a healthy and happy 2020.
What does Holiday Helpings mean to our clients? At Bread for the City, it is the opportunity to reduce the burden of poverty for our neighbors and help families maintain traditions, celebrations, and stability. For our clients, it can be a channel to critical resources.
As 2019’s Holiday Helpings is in full swing, our new Board President weighs in on what the holidays mean to him, why he donates to Holiday Helpings, and why you should get involved, too.
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.
November 14, 2019 by aspringer in Healthcare
We’re happy to share that we’ve been recognized by the American College of Physicians for our work to improve the health of residents in the District! Read on for the details.
Meet our new Head of Advancement & Chief Development Officer, Ashley Domm, and find out how a series of moments led her to Bread for the City.
What an accomplishment! Bread for the City was invited to join CoStar’s National Day of Service and Remembrance packing event on September 11th, and witnessed an incredible effort by 450 DC CoStar team members, who packed 100,000 meals to support local children and families across the district living with food insecurity.