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August 20, 2012
Ever wonder how charitable the people are who live in your state or community? It turns out that lower-income people tend to donate a much bigger share of their discretionary incomes than wealthier people do.
August 05, 2012
Nicole Hearn, browses through racks of donated clothes. The "boutique," as the clients call it, is a room at Bread for the City — an organization that provides vulnerable D.C. residents and their families with food, medical and social services and clothing.
August 04, 2012
Bread for the City, a nonprofit group dedicated to providing food, medical care, and other necessities to D.C. residents who cannot afford them, recently began its newest project, City Orchard. City Orchard is a program that grows fruits and vegetables, which are then used to stock the shelves of Bread for the City’s food pantry.
May 20, 2012
There are those nonprofit executive directors who feel if they left today, the whole organization would crumble. And then there’s George Jones.
April 12, 2012
This spring, Bread for the City is expanding its food program by building City Orchard, a 2.75-acre fruit orchard in Beltsville.
April 06, 2012
For many people in Washington, helping the city’s most vulnerable means providing food, extra clothing or secondhand personal items.
February 20, 2012
There are few options for low-income D.C. residents. The Bread for the City single-room clinic — with its green walls, new equipment and a couple of dentist chairs — fills a big gap.
January 30, 2012
DC Brau, the District of Columbia’s first new brewery in decades, has found a unique way to give back.