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Bethany Day Center by N Street Village

CLOSED FOR COVID-19 The Bethany Day Center is often the first entry point for women. Open 365 days a year, the Center offers safe respite from the streets, meets a woman’s basic needs for food, clothing, laundry and showers, provides access to resources for housing, health, legal and other needs, and offers a confidential crisis and case management support.

1333 N St NW, Washington, DC, 20005

Food Goods Legal Homeless Women/Girls

Community Markets by Martha's Table

At our monthly pop-up community markets, all children, their families, and neighbors are invited to shop at no-cost for fresh, healthy produce and pantry staples. Monthly community markets are open to the public.

2375 Elvans Rd. SE, Washington, DC, 20020


Cooking & Food Programs by YMCA of Metropolitan Washington

A top priority for the YMCA of Metropolitan Washington is to support the region’s health and well-being. We believe that this is achieved by taking a comprehensive approach to health for each individual and communities that we serve. On the individual level, the prescription for achieving and maintaining health includes a lot: engaging in regular physical activity, maintaining proper hydration; eating nutritious meals that are appropriate for you, reducing stress, getting adequate...

Food Education

COVID-19 Grocery Delivery by Bread for the City

Delivery of pre-packed grocery bags to the community. Registration required at link provided.

1640 Good Hope Road SE, Washington, DC, 20020


DHS Call Center by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

The DHS Call Center is responsible for responding to all incoming calls regarding TANF, SNAP, and Medical Assistance for District of Columbia Residents. They Center provides high quality customer support, not limited to call handling. Call Center staff are equip to complete client service transactions, input and maintain client information, and process all other client transactions. Calls are answered by a Social Service Representatives (SSR) who will review and process applications...

Care Money Food

Direct Food Distribution Services by Capital Area Food Bank

Sometimes it’s most efficient to provide food directly to kids, seniors, and families. While most of the food we provide goes out to the community through our network of more than 450 nonprofit partners, we also distribute food straight to those we serve when there’s no brick and mortar partner available in a neighborhood where people are in need, or where that’s the most effective way to reach a particular area or group. Our direct distribution programs include: Afterschool...

4900 Puerto Rico Avenue NE, Washington, DC, 20017


Downtown Day Services Center

The Downtown Day Services Center (“The Center”) offers downtown day services to individuals experiencing homelessness. The Center utilizes Pathways to Housing DC’s Housing First method to move individuals into housing by connecting them with supportive services. The Center is operated by the DowntownDC Business Improvement District (BID) with support from the District of Columbia Department of Human Services and services from Pathways to Housing DC and HIPS. The Center offers...

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EBT by United Planning Organization

For many low-income communities throughout DC, this lack of access to healthy food options makes it even more difficult to properly take care of ourselves and our families. UPO’s Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) program is dedicated to increasing access to healthy food, fighting DC’s childhood hunger epidemic, and educating customers about health, nutrition, and eating right. Like a debit card for grocery shopping, an EBT card can be used in place of cash, checks, or food stamps...

2907 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20032

Food Money

Economic Security Administration (ESA) Benefits by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

The Economic Security Administration (ESA) determines eligibility for benefits under the Temporary Cash Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Medical Assistance, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) (formerly Food Stamps), Child Care Subsidy, Burial Assistance, Interim Disability Assistance. ESA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment and Training Program (SNAP E&T) provide employment and training services to able-bodied adults without dependents who...

2100 Martin Luther King Avenue SE, Washington, DC, 20020

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Food Pantry by Woodley House

The Woodley House Food Pantry is open to all DC residents and is centrally located on Connecticut Avenue, NW near the Woodley Park Metro and bus line. Proof of Washington, DC residency is required. Please bring a current photo ID such as a driver’s license, passport or other identification card, along with proof of residency such as utility bill, etc.

2711 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC, 20008

Food Severe Mental Illness (SMI)

Food Pantry by Some Others Might Eat (SOME)

SOME’s food pantry offers non-perishable food items and fresh produce (when available) to those who need extra help to ensure that they and their families have enough to eat. At SOME’s food pantry, we do our best to provide items that support healthy eating—whole grains, low-sodium and low-sugar products, and healthy snacks.

71 O St NW, Washington, DC, 20001


Food Pantry by Covenant House Washington

Our food pantry is available for our independent living housing facility youth and our community youth. Our pantry offers canned goods and non perishables that youth can take home over nights, weekends, and holidays.

2001 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20020

Food DC Resident Youth (6-12)

Food Pantry by Spanish Catholic Center (SCC)

Food pantry providing groceries to registered clients on a bi-weekly basis.

1618 Monroe St NW, Washington, DC, 20010


Food Pantry Monthly Food Supplement by Bread for the City

Bread for the City provides a monthly food supplment from one of their two food pantries. Two monthly Farmers Markets offer fresh produce to the community at large, and as a Grocery Plus distribution site, Bread for the City offers an additional 30 lb box of food to a small number of seniors. Our Sustainable Agriculture division both grows food and educates the community at our two rooftop gardens and three-acre orchard.

1640 Good Hope Road SE, Washington, DC, 20020

Food 200% Federal Poverty Line DC Resident

Good Food Purchasing Program by DC Greens

Creating a transparent and equitable food system built on dc greens core values.


Groceries-to-go by Food & Friends

Food & Friends’ Groceries-to-Go service is available for individuals and families who live outside our freshly-prepared meals delivery area. It is also available for those clients who are able to do light meal preparation, or who have a caregiver to do so. Delivered to clients every other week, Groceries-to-Go includes fresh produce, frozen meats such as fish and poultry, frozen soups and entrees prepared in our kitchen, and pantry items. Dietitians work with each client to review...

219 Riggs Road, Washington, DC, 20011

Food Chronic Illness Disability

Home Delivered Meals by Food & Friends

Monday through Saturday, Food & Friends delivers nutritionally-tailored, delicious meals directly to our clients’ homes. Each delivery includes food for breakfast, lunch and dinner, along with liquid nutritional supplements, as needed. Our community dietitians and professional chefs work closely to provide individualized services to our clients. Food & Friends offers 11 specialized meal plans to meet our clients’ nutritional needs.

219 Riggs Road, Washington, DC, 20011

Food Chronic Illness Disability

Joyful Food Markets by Martha's Table

In January 2015, Martha’s Table, in partnership with the Capital Area Food Bank and DC Health, launched Joyful Food Markets to increase access to and encourage consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables east of the Anacostia River. Joyful Food Markets are pop-up monthly markets held in elementary schools in Wards 7 and 8 in D.C. School families are invited to shop at no-cost for a variety of beautiful high-quality produce, including bananas, apples, greens, and sweet potatoes, as...


Martha's Table Markets by Martha's Table

Offers fresh produce and pantry items for purchase. All guests are welcome to shop once per month for fresh produce and pantry items at our no-cost weekday markets located in the lobby at both of our SE & NW locations.

2375 Elvans Rd. SE, Washington, DC, 20020


McKenna's Wagon by Martha's Table

McKenna’s Wagon, Martha’s Table’s mobile food service, rolls out 7 days a week, 365 days a year to feed hundreds of DC neighbors who may be experiencing housing instability or hunger at two downtown locations. Volunteers stop at the two locations and serve hot, fresh meals, as well as sandwiches, homemade muffins, fruit, and refreshments.

807 2nd St, NW, Washington, DC, 20001

Food Homeless

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Data last updated June 2nd 2021