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Summer 2022 Farmers Market Dates!

Bread for the City’s Farmers Market is open to the general public beginning at 10 am until we run out of produce. We hold the market on the second Friday of the month at our Northwest Center (1525 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20001) and the fourth Friday of the month at our Southeast Center (1700 Good Hope Rd SE, Washington, DC 20020). Do you want to lend a helping hand at a farmers market? You can sign up here: https://breadforthecity.org/volunteer/

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This year’s Fair Budget Platform is LIVE!

Bread for the City is a proud member of the Fair Budget Coalition, a collection of organizations advocating for budget and public policy initiatives that address systemic social, racial, and economic inequality in DC. Every budget season, our coalition puts out a budget platform with policies that center and invest in communities that have, for too long, experienced divestment and destabilization in DC. Our recommendations are based on a whole-person and whole-community approach to resource reallocation. Read the full platform here!

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Upcoming DC Bar Pro Bono Center Free Advice and Referral Clinic

From April 11 – April 13, the DC Bar Pro Bono Center will offer free legal advice!

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A Call to Action: Tell DC Council It’s Past Time to Fix Rapid Re-housing

In partnership with The Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless, Bread for the City, along with dozens of organizations and experts, submitted the following letter to the DC Council demanding that they reform rapid-rehousing in the District. To get involved in this effort, get in touch with your City Council representative and submit a letter through The Action Network.

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Bread for the City congratulates Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on her confirmation to the Supreme Court

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Economic Security Supervisor Brittany Pope joins PG Change Makers Coalition to talk guaranteed basic income

Brittany Pope, Economic Security Supervisor at Bread for the City joined Rebecca Nixon, Executive Director of the National Employment Law Project; and Timothy Williams, Universal Basic Income Campaign Lead for the PG Change Makers Coalition in a conversation hosted by the PG (Prince George’s) Change Makers Coalition focused on guaranteed basic income.

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Celebrating Bread for the City Social Services: Marlene Rodriguez, Social Services Intern and BSW Student

This post is part of our Celebrating Social Services series. Read on to learn about Marlene Rodriguez, Social Services Intern and Bachelor of Social Work student!

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Celebrating Bread for the City Social Services: Robyn Dudley, Representative Payee Program Supervisor

This post is part of our Celebrating Social Services series. Read on to learn about Robyn Dudley, Representative Payee Program Supervisor!