Photo by PoPville flickr user Mr. T in DC
I’m not sure if you’re familiar with Holiday Helpings, but it’s our annual push to provide 9,000 low income DC residents with the ingredients they need to have a holiday meal in the sanctity of their own homes. So far, we’ve distributed over 4,100 Holiday Helpings meals, and we expect to reach our goal by the end of the campaign on December 24th.
Holiday Helpings is a longstanding annual tradition at Bread for the City. From the start of November right up through the end of the year, we provide a turkey and all the trimmings to struggling families throughout Washington, DC.
This holiday season, our goal is to make the holidays happen for 9,000 residents. It costs just $29 to provide a plentiful and healthful holiday feast to a family of four.
More info here:
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