Wounded No More Food Distribution

Food distribution at Wounded No More! We’re handing out food boxes to the community.

Food distribution starting at 12pm while supplies last!

Drive up or walk up. No ID required. Food for everyone!

Address: 1300 Good Hope Rd. SE, Washington DC 20020

Come on out! Spread the word.

To volunteer, email @laurenlloyd!@nomorewounds.org.

 

 

 

Wounded No More Food Distribution

Food distribution at Wounded No More! We’re handing out food boxes to the community.

Food distribution starting at 11am while supplies last!

Drive up or walk up. No ID required. Food for everyone!

Address: 1300 Good Hope Rd. SE, Washington DC 20020

Come on out! Spread the word.

To volunteer, email @laurenlloyd!@nomorewounds.org.

 

 

Wounded No More Food Distribution

Food distribution at Wounded No More! We’re handing out food boxes to the community.

Food distribution starting at 11am while supplies last!

Drive up or walk up. No ID required. Food for everyone!

Address: 1300 Good Hope Rd. SE, Washington DC 20020

Come on out! Spread the word.

For volunteer opportunities, email us.

Community Food Box Distribution

Free food for the community! 

Drive up or walk up. No ID required. 

Come on out! Spread the word.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Food Box Distribution

DC Dream Center and Blessings of Hope are giving away free food to folks driving or walking up.

Pennsylvania Avenue Baptist Church at 3000 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, DC 

Noon to 2 pm.

(Volunteers needed 10:30 to unload the truck and distribute groceries, welcome guests).

Drive up or walk up. No ID required. 

Come on out! Spread the word.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Food and groceries distribution events

Food and groceries distribution events

Working together with a number of partners, we are excited to be operating in an additional way during this pandemic time.

Folks are driving and walking up to various locations in the city, with different church and nonprofit partners hosting the events, and leaving with boxes full of healthy, fresh food, milk, canned goods and sustenance for the week ahead.

Here’s how it’s been working. We are working with Jay Baylor, a priest from Apostles in the City in Baltimore, who is aggregating food through an organization called Blessings of Hope in Pennsylvania. Adding milk and eggs to fresh produce, boxes are packed and prepared for shipment. Jay works with us and other partners in Baltimore and DC to plan where a truckload will go and who will “sponsor” it, paying for and preparing to hand out the boxes that arrive.

Volunteers gather and are oriented around safety procedures and an attitude and atmosphere of hospitable welcome for the guests. They unload the truck and get ready for the folks to show up to the advertised location to get their free food.

As the parking lot empties out, everybody goes home — whether with a full box of groceries or simply with some tired but satisfied shoulders.

It’s been powerful to see all the different “players” show up each week to join our own team, whether a nonprofit with lots of people to invite, a church with a large parking lot, volunteers and long tables, or somebody with a van to deliver a few boxes to organizations that didn’t have their own vehicle.

It works! 

Recently volunteers and organizers (some pictured below) have included people from DC Dream Center, King’s Church, DC; Pennsylvania Avenue Baptist Church, Wounded No More, and others.