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American Rescue Workers, Inc.

The American Rescue Workers continues to be a symbol of devotion and hope for the troubled and despairing; rendering quality service on behalf of people, with finances available.
ID Number : 17951
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Bethesda Cares

Bethesda Cares serves the county's homeless and working poor. We provide a wide range of critical services with minimal overhead. Our paid staff of three coordinates more than 450 volunteers, maximizing human resources and energy to meet the needs of the homeless. Since our office space and equipment are donated, your contributions go to work immediately and productively.
ID Number : 17954
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Bread for the City

Welcome to Bread for the City's home page. Bread is a non-profit organization located in Washington, D.C. which, with the help of over 550 volunteers, provides needed assistance at no cost to over 8,000 D.C. residents every month.
ID Number : 17964
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Central Union Mission

Central Union Mission serves almost 200,000 meals to hungry, needy persons each year. The Mission's Food Services Ministry is responsible for providing these meals in support of the Mission's other ministries. Meals are provided at no cost to overnight guests off the streets of Washington, men and women in our transformation programs, families in distress, children at camp and many others who walk in during emergencies. The main kitchen and dining room are located in the Men's Ministry and headquarters building at 1350 R Street, NW and satellite kitchens and dining rooms are found at Camp Bennett and Holmes House.
ID Number : 17957
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Christ House

Christ House is a 32 bed medical facility for homeless men and women. We provide 24-hour nursing care, as well as comprehensive social services, nutritional care and pastoral counseling.
ID Number : 17960
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Community Council for the Homeless at Friendship Place

We enable people in the upper northwest area of the District of Columbia who are, or have been, at risk of being homeless to rebuild and sustain their lives with the involvement of the community.
ID Number : 17963
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Community for Creative Non-Violence (CCNV)

Community for Creative Non-Violence (CCNV), operator of the largest full service homeless shelter of it's kind in America. Located in the heart of Washington DC just a few blocks from the Capitol Building, CCNV is a model shelter for 1,350 homeless men and woman offering, directly or through its service providers, a full array of social services; drug and alcohol rehabilitation; medical, mental health and dental care; and cultural activities.
ID Number : 17966
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Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness

Between 1994 and 1999, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the District’s Department of Human Services, the Partnership was delegated the lead responsibility for planning, creating, managing and administering a homeless “continuum of care” under a program known as the “DC Initiative.” When the DC Initiative ended in March 1999, the Partnership was selected by the Department of Human Services through a competitive solicitation to continue its role as lead agency for the District’s homeless continuum of care through 2004.
ID Number : 17975
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Covenant House Washington

- The Covenant House (CVHDC) is a privately funded agency that provides services to inner-city youth that suffer from homelessness, abuse and neglect. The youth are given shelter, food, clothing, medical care, educational and vocational training, counseling and other services defined by personal need. CVHDC has fashioned a program that uniquely responds to the needs of children and youth in the community of Anacostia and Congress Heights in Wards Six-East and Eight. CVHDC's Crisis Center is a safe haven that guarantees youth access to safe shelter and an array of supportive services 24-hour a day, seven days a week.
Phone 202-610-9610
ID Number : 17968
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DC Central Kitchen

Volunteers are an integral part of the D.C. Central Kitchen. Currently, over 5,000 volunteers a year come through the Kitchen. Church groups from across the country, local high school and college students, employees of major corporations, and individuals seeking to make a difference in our community to come together at the Kitchen. Working side by side with students of the Job Training Program, volunteers help to prepare 3,000 meals a day, 365 days a year. Volunteer opportunities are available seven days a week. Volunteers help in food preparation, kitchen upkeep, and outreach to residents of local homeless shelters.
ID Number : 17941
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Good Shepherd Housing Foundation

Since 1989, Good Shepherd Housing Foundation, with our partner the Prince William County Community Services Board, have provided permanent supportive housing solutions at Shepherd Homes I, II and III for 14 chronically mentally ill adults who might otherwise be homeless or in substandard living conditions.
ID Number : 17970
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Hannah House

Hannah House provides structured, caring homes and supportive services for homeless women with and without children. We help residents build healthy families and work toward their goals, which may include life-long recovery from addiction, an improved sense of self, and independent living.
ID Number : 17969
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Help the Homeless

Since 1988, the Help the Homeless Campaign has raised nearly $16 million for 204 different homeless service providers in the Greater-Washington area. Over the last twelve years, more than 137,000 people have shown their concern by walking in support of these agencies.
ID Number : 17942
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House of Ruth, Washington DC

Philosophy With 25 years of experience, House of Ruth understands the factors that leadto homelessness and abuse and the best ways to help women, children, and familiesby stabilizing the crisis they are experiencing, implementing intervention services, and actively helping them attain stability and independence. Each person can enterat any stage of need and progress through an individualized recovery plan.
ID Number : 17965
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InterFaith Conference D.C. - Soup Kitchens

This page has a large listing of soup kitchens in the metro area
ID Number : 17939
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Manna Food Center

What we do is simple and essential. Manna Food Center fights hunger in Montgomery County by collecting and distributing two million pounds of food each year to needy individuals and families. Manna provides a five-day supply of perishable and nonperishable food to each individual or family at one of five distribution points in the County. Manna also distributes food to Montgomery County homeless shelters, soup kitchens, group homes, and low-income housing areas.
614 Lofstrand Lane
Rockville, MD 20850
Ph:301-424-1130
ID Number : 22457
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Martha's Table

Martha's Tableis a volunteer-supported, non-profit organization founded in 1980,dedicated to fulfilling the needs oflow-income and homeless children, families, and individuals.
ID Number : 17946
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Mary House

Mary House, an organization that provides services, shelter and care to homeless and struggling families, was founded on the concept that "smaller is better" - individual care is more effective and humane than institutional care. The philosophy at Mary House has always been to help others as we ourselves would like to be helped. Mary House is run entirely on donations and grants, and we accomplish our service and our mission through the generosity of people like you.
ID Number : 17972
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Miriam's Kitchen

Miriam’s Kitchen is a non-profit breakfast program for people who are homeless, located in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood of Washington DC. Miriam’s provides a hot, nutritious breakfast each weekday morning to around 150 men and women.
ID Number : 17947
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 1  National Center for Children & Families

Non-Profit, Awareness, Advocacy, employee portal
Show Details | Visit Page | ID Number : 23346
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Salvation Army : Ninth Street Corps

1318 9th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20019
ID Number : 17948
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Samaritan Inns

Samaritan Inns serves homeless men and women by focusing on the primary root cause of homelessness: addictions. It operates a three-phase, employment- oriented recovery continuum that serves up to 550 men and women per year.
ID Number : 17974
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Shepherd's Table

Shepherd's Table began serving the homeless in 1983 in a small, two-bedroom, Cape Cod bungalow on a residential side street near downtown Silver Spring. Our mission was simple: Provide a hot, nutritious meal in a warm, welcoming environment to the homeless and needy.
ID Number : 17955
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So Others Might Eat

So Others Might Eat (SOME) exists to help the poor and destitute of Washington, D.C., particularly the homeless and elderly. Our ministry is primarily one of hospitality; we strive to serve anyone in need who comes our way. Our goal is never to pass judgment but to nourish, support, and when need be, to challenge.
ID Number : 17949
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