We are thrilled to be selected as the Post Helping Hand beneficiary, alongside great local charities like Miriam’s Kitchen and Friendship Place! Look for Bread for the City stories in John Kelly’s Washington Post columns beginning November 15th.
Bread for the City aims to help the city’s least resourced and least politically powerful communities thrive. Bread for the City provides food, clothing, medical care, and legal and social services, to reduce the burden of poverty. The charity seeks justice through community organizing and public advocacy and works to uproot racism, a major cause of poverty. Bread for the City is committed to treating its clients with the dignity and respect that all people deserve.
Bread for the City is closed Monday, October 10, for Indigenous Peoples Day.
We acknowledge that we are on the occupied land of Anacostan and Piscataway people who have been impacted by centuries of the same structural oppressions that Bread for the City is working to eradicate.Learn about indigenous DC natives