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OTHER WAYS TO GIVE

There is more than one way to provide food to children who would otherwise not have adequate access to food during the weekends and school breaks.


GROCERY STORE GIFT CARDS

One way to provide food to children who would otherwise not have adequate access to food during the weekends, school breaks & holidays is by purchasing grocery gift cards. By doing so you will be able to help families enrolled in our Weekend Bag Program during the long school breaks and during the summer months. A little goes a long way!

If you are interested in purchasing a gift card, please find a list of stores we recommend:

Safeway
Giant
Walmart
Target
Trader Joes
Harris Teeter
Yes, Organic Market

We will be adding additional stores to our list as we expand our Weekend Bag Program throughout the District. If you prefer to make a cash donation to help sponsor students enrolled in our bag program, you can make a donation here.

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Email Gift Cards to:
dcfoodproject@gmail.com

Mail Gift Cards to:
DC Food Project
P.O. Box 32028
Washington, D.C. 20007


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WISH LIST

Help us continue to feed students enrolled in our Weekend Bag Program by donating nonperishable items found on our Amazon Wish List.

If you would prefer to make a cash donation to help sponsor students enrolled in our weekend bag program, you can make a donation here.

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