Please consider supporting one of our many outstanding local charitable organizations in this time of great need. If you have others to add to the list, send contact information to WBC.

Thank you for your consideration.


Arlington Food Assistance Center – our mission is to feed our neighbors in need by providing dignified access to nutritious supplemental groceries.

Capital Area Food Bank – leads our region’s efforts to provide good, healthy food to people struggling with hunger and food insecurity.  

DC Central Kitchen – a nationally recognized ‘community kitchen’ that recycles food from around Washington, D.C. and uses it as a tool to train unemployed adults to develop work skills while providing thousands of meals for local service agencies in the process.

Food & Friends – depends on thousands of volunteers every year to carry out our mission of delivering nutritious meals to those battling serious illnesses.

Greater DC Diaper Bank  – providing families with essentials to thrive. Their mission is to empower families and individuals throughout D.C., MD, and VA by providing a reliable and adequate source of basic baby needs and personal hygiene products.

Inova Emergency Preparedness Fund – in times like these, Inova needs your support more than ever. Double your impact to help us meet demand for critical patient care during COVID-19.

Living Classrooms – has a bunch of ways to support their various programs.

Manna Food Center – one of the largest food banks serving Montgomery County, Md. The organization has been working with Montgomery County Public Schools to provide meals for children 18 and younger.  

Maryland Food Bank's COVID-19 Efforts – Our primary concern is making sure we have enough nutritious food to meet the growing need – both today, and for the foreseeable future.  

Meals on Wheels America – vulnerable seniors are at the greatest risk amid COVID-19. Local Meals on Wheels programs are on the front lines every day, focused on doing all they can to keep older Americans safe and nourished in communities across the country.  

Miriam's Kitchen – serves as one of many remaining homeless service organization providing food in Washington, DC during the coronavirus. Support your neighbors experiencing homelessness who need kindness more than ever.

New Hope Housing – one of the largest and oldest providers of shelter beds in Northern Virginia. The organization is accepting donations of clothes, cleaning products, food and items for entertainment in addition to monetary donations.

NW DC Restaurant Hook Hall – supporting a number of initiatives to keep restaurant and hospitality industry workers fed and informed.

So Others Might Eat – provides meals for the homeless and has been distributing hand wipes and provided sanitizing stations throughout the community.  

World Central Kitchen – The Washington Nationals and Michelin star chef José Andrés are partnering to turn Nationals Park into a community kitchen to help feed the hungry through World Central Kitchen.