Just Logo Blog

Post Image

In Support of the Racial Equity Achieves Results Act

Last week, our CEO, George A. Jones testified in support of the Racial Equity Achieves Results act during a D.C. Council hearing on the bill. Here’s what he submitted for the official record.

Post Image

2019 Good Hope Gala: Let’s Celebrate!

It’s almost that time of year again! A night where our community gathers to celebrate Bread for the City’s programs and amazing supporters. A night filled with great food, music, friends philanthropy and dancing. A magical night, one might say!

Post Image

Social Worker Stories: Putting More PEP in Our Step

We’re closing out Social Work Month with some exciting news about our Pre-Employment Program. Read on to find out about the new changes we’ve implemented to better serve our clients.

Post Image

Social Worker Stories: A Day in the Life of a Rep Payee

Social Work Month continues as Jade Graver and Sofia Heffernan work as coordinators in BFC’s Representative Payee Program, read on to see what a day in Rep Payee really looks like!

Post Image

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.

BFC Logo

Helping People

Advocacy
Medical Care
Food Pantry

Help Bread for the City win big!

It’s Bread for the City’s 45th Year of Service and we’re celebrating by competing for big grants! Read on to see how YOU can help us win big.

Post Image

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.

Post Image

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.

BIG NEWS: We’re launching a newsletter in early 2020!

Want to stay in the loop with Bread for the City, the fight against poverty, and all the news in the DMV? Sign up today!