Tuesday, March 5, 2019

March 9, 2019. Washington, D.C. Feed the Hood Project. Volunteers Wanted.



Volunteers Needed
Volunteers Needed! Join us this Saturday, March 9 at Barry Farms Recreation Center. Feed the Hood is a monthly grassroots project coordinated by NBUF and its community partners to ensure the less fortunate have access to food, clothing, personal hygiene items and medical supplies. During the event, NBUF, in collaboration with volunteers and community service groups, prepare an average of 200 care packages that are distributed to homeless men and women that reside in NBUF-DC's sponsored park, Shepherd Park.   Register to volunteer or bring supplies via the link below. 


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BEMA International ONLINE STORE

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