Thrive DC works to prevent and end homelessness in Washington, DC by providing vulnerable people with a wide range of services including over 137,000 meals each year.
Bread for the City
Bread for the City is providing food to the DC Mutual Aid Society during the coronavirus public health emergency.
DC Central Kitchen
DC Central Kitchen's greatest needs for food donations are raw protein and produce. These unprepared ingredients give their staff the most flexibility to create healthy, complete meals.
Martha’s Table is extending its emergency supports through Saturday, April 25, to help families and neighbors navigating through the Covid-19 crisis. Restaurants interested in making or donating meals, please inquire below.
Capital Area Food Bank
Capital Area Food Bank is providing more than 30 million meals to people in communities across D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. Currently, they are accepting non-perishable, shelf stable foods only at this time.
So Others May Eat (SOME)
SOME provides over 70,000 pounds of groceries each year to thousands of hungry people. Help by donating food items and/or organizing a food drive.
Holy Cross Hospital
Holy Cross Hospital is accepting certain types of food and self-care items to support colleagues and frontliners.