We are happy to announce that thanks to a partnership with the DC Center for Therapeutic Recreation, we will be providing bread and emergency food baskets every other Saturday. Food is free and is distributed on a first come, first served basis.
On September 27th, TCCOC Executive Director and founder Larry Hill attended the Capital Area Food Bank Hunger Summit. We would like to thank CAFB for providing us the opportunity to learn more about food waste and sustainability.
We would like to thank Shiloh Baptist Church for partnering with us to host a Sunday Supper earlier this month. In addition to providing the community with a good meal, we also donated a number of hats and scarves for use when the weather turns cold.
We would like to thank Shiloh Baptist Church and Randy Peaches for helping us host a successful community feeding at Franklin Park earlier this month. As always, we appreciate the continued support and hard work of all the volunteers that help make these events a success.
Great news. Earlier this month the United Way confirmed TCCOC’s participation in the Combined Federal Campaign for four local areas: the National Capital Area, the Chesapeake Bay Area, Potomac, and St. Mary’s County. If you would like to contribute to TCCOC as a part of the Combined Federal Campaign, please be sure to use our donor designation code: 28999.