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On January 25th, TCCOC participated in a community feeding at Franklin Park in downtown Washington, DC.
We would like to thank all of the volunteers who donated their money, supplies, and time to help make this event a success.
TCCOC will operate a community food pantry from 8 am – 12 pm on the following dates in 2014:
Food is distributed at 3030 G Street, Washington, DC 20019 on a first come, first served basis.
TCCOC and our partners, including the Alpha Kappa Alphas and Walmart, hosted a Christmas community feeding at Franklin Square Park in downtown Washington, DC. on Saturday, 21 December 2013.
We would like to thank Al Oglesby and Walmart store #5969 for donating funds that were used to purchase supplies which were distributed to homeless residents in the district, as well as Jama and Kimberly at the 15th & I and 14th & G Strabucks for donating coffee.
As always, we would like to thank the volunteers who took time out of their schedules to come and provide some Christmas food and fellowship to the community. We were able to provide soup (3 kinds), sandwiches, desserts, and coffee and tea to more than 300 individuals.
TCCOC is happy to have supported the Salvation Army’s Christmas program in Prince William County, VA by sponsoring five families.
TCCOC had a busy November. In addition to hosting a community feeding at Franklin Park on the 23rd, we also began collecting coats for our winter coat drive, which will last through the middle of December. In addition, we participated in a Thanksgiving turkey distribution with Reverend Payne from Lighthouse Christian Church, and Mr. Cecil Doggette from the DC Center for Therapeutic Recreation.
We would like to give our thanks to everyone that volunteered or donated to make these events a success.
TCCOC would like to thank the Rho Mu Omega Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority for their donation of three Thanksgiving baskets for the community.
TCCOC would like to thank Crosslink Memphis for providing us with the opportunity to purchase medical supplies. Thanks to Crosslink Memphis, we were able to purchase $500 of supplies which will be used by Dr. Bataille to during her mission trip to Haiti in June 2014.