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November 02, 2021
"When people get dentures, the pride they feel when they can smile, it's just -- it's heartbreaking," said Randi Abramson, chief medical officer at Bread for the City.
November 02, 2021
Darnell Wainwright is a proud man. He says so himself as he rummages around in the bag of groceries he just got from the charity Bread for the City in front of its municipal-looking building in the Shaw neighborhood in the heart of Washington. He pulls a lettuce head out of the brown paper bag. It's big and round, but he can have it in his hand.
October 29, 2021
After years of having to pay for transportation to cross the Anacostia River to receive health care, residents of wards 7 and 8, largely disconnected by the Anacostia River from DC’s high-quality health facilities, have a new option.
October 25, 2021
"More customers are coming in all the time. We have community members who have never heard of our organization, Bread for the City before, and who now use our services all the time," said Kenrick Thomas
October 22, 2021
RTP Portugal highlights Bread for the City and the services we offer in Washington DC.
October 13, 2021
After years of having to pay for transportation to cross the Anacostia River to receive health care, residents of Wards 7 and 8, largely disconnected by the Anacostia River from D.C.’s high-quality health facilities, have a new option.
October 04, 2021
“What we all need is a medical home, a place where we can go where a doctor sort of knows our name, and we can be seen routinely,” George Jones said.
September 28, 2021
“It’s Bread for the City’s model of care, because we care about you mentally and how you feel. We will also help you if you need other services such as food assistance or social services. That’s who we are at Bread for the City, we think of the individuals and the whole community as multi-faceted and we have everything in place to bring the right services and resources to this community. We want our community members to thrive and be the best person they can be,” said Dr. Randi Abramson, Chief Medical Officer at Bread for the City.