DC Central Kitchen empowers the community by providing food for those less fortunate. What's more, the program takes food from restaurants and hotels that would normally be thrown out, and uses this to create delicious dishes. Volunteers come in from around the city to help, making for a sense of solidarity in the area.
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DC Central Kitchen Empowers Community Members Through Involvement
- By: Jamie Danielle MunroNov 8, 2012