WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR?

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Building a Neighborhood to End Homelessness in DC

Join the movement to build a kinder community that looks out for all our neighbors–including those experiencing homelessness. When you sign up, you will get your Be My Neighbor profile badge. You’ll also receive an invitation to join the 30-Day Neighborly Challenge that will kick off on Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week (November 16). Participants will be entered in a weekly drawing to see “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” with the Miriam’s Kitchen community on December 12 (7pm, Regal Gallery Place – 701 Seventh Street, NW). Be My Neighbor DC Champions raising at least $100 for Miriam’s Kitchen will also be invited.






Take the 30-Day Neighborly Challenge: What’s Involved

The challenge kicks off on National Hunger and Homelessness Week (November 16-24) and ends on National Homeless Person’s Memorial Day (December 21). There will be weekly raffles for challenge participants to join the Miriam’s Kitchen watch party of “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”.

First, signup and submit your photo

You will receive a photo badge showing you have joined the neighborhood. Share your badge and the Be My Neighbor DC video on social media with pride!

Receive weekly neighborly tips

You will receive a weekly email from Miriam's Kitchen providing ideas on how you can be a good neighbor and tangible things you can do to be part of the solution to end homelessness in DC.

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Each challenge action completed helps you win a seat to watch “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” with Miriam’s Kitchen on December 12 (7pm, Regal Gallery Place – 701 Seventh Street, NW). In addition, all Be My Neighbor DC Champions raising at least $100 for Miriam’s Kitchen will also be invited.

…and celebrate a more neighborly community!

Connect with "your tribe" – a community of your neighbors who are all committed to ending chronic and veteran homelessness in DC.

EXPLORE HOW MIRIAM’S KITCHEN AND PARTNERS WORK TOGETHER TO END HOMELESSNESS

  • Elizabeth Truffa 
  • Kate Baasch
  • Broccoli City 
  • Allison Solomon, Deloitte​
  • ​​Heather Jeff, Pacers
  • Svetlana Legetic
  • Meg Dominguez
  • Melina Morris, Bombas
  • Christoph Jenkins​
  • Cristina Bastida, Nestlé, USA

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Be My Neighbor DC campaign brought to you by

Miriam’s Kitchen 2401 Virginia Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20037
Tel: (202) 452-8926
Fax: (202) 835-8376
Email: info@miriamskitchen.org

Miriam’s Kitchen is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Federal Identification number: 52-1331552. CFC #27085

To learn more about partnership opportunities, please contact Jackie.horstmann@miriamskitchen.org