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The D.C. Guide to the 2018-19 Government Shutdown

Washington City Paper launched this as a guide for furloughed federal employees, but it has become a resource for many more people.

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“Does anyone have recommendations for great DC restaurants open during the day?” and for those in more dire straights – CAFB Food Bank Pop up locations this Saturday and Bread for the City stepping up too

Bread for the City offers support to furloughed federal employees.

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No ethics issues for federal workers shutdown deals

Furloughed workers and contractors who are D.C. residents can visit Bread for the City’s Northwest or Southeast centers for a five-day supply of groceries. Other local organizations participate to help federal employees going without their paycheck.

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Where to help and get help for laid-off federal workers and contractors

Bread for the City offers food to furloughed federal workers during government shut down.

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Food pantry expanding in Anacostia

WUSA coverage of Bread for the City's expansion in Southeast Washington, DC.

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Shaw-Based Nonprofit Building New Facility In Anacostia

BISNOW highlights Bread for the City's expansion in Southeast DC.

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DC nonprofit Bread for the City celebrates Southeast expansion

WTOP coverage of Bread for the City's expansion of the Southeast Center.

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D.C. group that provides food and services to needy is set to expand

Washington Post coverage of Bread for the City's Southeast expansion.

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