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Oped in The Washington Post

Submitted on December 3, 2018 - 2:18 pm

Our own Scott Schenkelberg and Ed Lazere of the DC Fiscal Policy Institute co-write an oped on “D.C.’s budget choices are moral choices” published in The Washington Post. Take action today! 

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2X the Power to Fight Hunger and Homelessness

Submitted on November 26, 2018 - 1:37 pm

You don’t have to wait for Giving Tuesday to do twice as much good!  Thanks to a $100,000 matching gift from a generous individual donor, every dollar you give will be matched. Donate Early Here! That means you have… TWICE THE POWER to provide a tall cup of hot coffee and

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Awareness to Action: Ending Chronic Homelessness in DC

Submitted on November 16, 2018 - 9:49 am

This week is National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Across the country, people and organizations are raising awareness about homelessness, an issue that impacts over half a million Americans. Did you know? Over 7,500 DC residents are currently experiencing homelessness People experiencing long-term homelessness die younger than their housed peers,

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FIGHTING HUNGER AND HOMELESSNSES ON THE FRONT LINES

Submitted on November 12, 2018 - 2:38 pm

    “I’ve been through the breakfast line, and it was special to be able to serve today. From personal experience, I can truly say Miriam’s Kitchen does more work than any other organization. So, I am always proud and honored to work with Miriam’s to help other veterans—and other

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No Place Like Home: Wesley’s Story

Submitted on October 21, 2018 - 10:39 am

    “I have a key to my own door. When I turn it and walk in, it brings me peace of my mind that I can leave any chaos outside.”–Wesley Generous supporters like you helped provide a safe place where Wesley could enjoy a delicious meal and eventually a

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Who are the experts on ending homelessness in DC?

Submitted on October 18, 2018 - 10:36 am

At Miriam’s Kitchen, we know that the true experts on ending chronic homelessness are those who have experienced homelessness themselves. So, when our guests highlighted the need for a downtown services center, we amplified their call to action. Many people experiencing homelessness spend their days crossing town for health and

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Watch Us Go From Garden to Table with GW University on Good Morning Washington

Submitted on September 5, 2018 - 10:07 am

GW Students Grow A Harvest That Brings More Than A Meal to Our Guests Sustaining our guests through healthy breakfast and dinner meals is the gateway to helping our guests find stable housing. MK’s Chef Cheryl recently joined our partners from George Washington University’s GroW Garden and Kidd O’Shea form

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