George Jones

George's Holiday Helpings Page

George Jones's fundraiser for Bread for the City

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Please join Bread for the City in its efforts to help thousands of underserved DC residents have a holiday to remember.

Bread for the City needs your help to provide over 9,000 low income DC residents with the ingredients to make a healthful and delicious holiday meal this season!

There’s nothing more emblematic of the holidays than sitting down to enjoy a large meal surrounded by those you love most. For most of us, it’s tradition. But to our poorest neighbors here in the District of Columbia, a holiday meal is a luxury they simply cannot afford. That’s where Bread for the City steps in to help. Through our annual Holiday Helpings campaign, we strive to ensure that the city’s poor can also share in the celebration of the holidays.

“When I was growing up, the only time we ever had a holiday meal with a turkey was when my mom got one from Bread for the City. Without that help, we never would have had a real Thanksgiving.”
-- Former client

More people than ever are coming to us for help, and we need to rise to the occasion and meet this increased demand. Help us reach our goal of making the holidays happen for 9,000 of DC's low income residents.


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Organization Information

Bread for the City
1525 7TH ST NW
WASHINGTON, DC 20001

Phone
(202) 265-2400

Web
http://www.breadforthecity.org

Email
info@breadforthecity.org

Mission
Bread for the City provides food, clothing, health care, legal assistance and comprehensive social services to low income DC residents.

EIN 521138207

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