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Three Things Nonprofits Should Prioritize in the Wake of COVID-19

Bread for the City is mentioned as an example of a nonprofit that adjusted efforts appropriately in the wake of the current health emergency.

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Advocates warn most homeless people in DC will be left out of the 2020 primary election

BFC CEO George A. Jones is quoted in this article on concerns regarding DC's homeless population potentially being disenfranchised during the 2020 election process.

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Wie Corona in den USA Diskriminierung verscärft

Community members at Bread for the City's COVID-19 testing site share why they chose to find out their coronavirus status.

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Trump will USA für künftige Epidemien wappnen

ZDF (Public German Television) coverage at Bread for the City's COVID-19 testing site.

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‘It’s the calling of my life’ | One woman fights for her community through the grief of COVID-19

Bread for the City is mentioned in this profile on a community member volunteering throughout the COVID-19 health emergency.

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Questions persist around DC testing capacity compared to number of tests

Bread for the City's COVID-19 testing site is mentioned briefly at the end of this Fox-5 news article.

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Washington, the Nation’s Capital, Moves to Reopen. Washington, the City, Is Not Ready.

On May 11th, the New York Times included a quote from BFC CEO George A. Jones in an article addressing the DMV’s response to coronavirus and potential reopening.

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What Happens When D.C.’s Ban On Evictions Ends? It’s A Big Unknown

Bread for the City's Managing Attorney Rebecca Lindhurst is quoted in this piece which questions what will happen when eviction protections end for DC residents living with low income.

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.

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