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Benefiting Shelters and Other Receipients

Bread for the City, which serves 1,000 men and women, often receives over 100 bags of clothing from each GFTH clothing drive.

Recent Recipients of New and Used Clothing:

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Martha’s Table
Martha’s Table Outfitters
Martin Luther King Shelter (formerly 801 East, a/k/a 801 East Housing Assistance Center)
Mary House
Mazique Parent-Child Center
McKenna House
Military Order of the Purple Heart
Miriam’s Closet
Miriam’s House
Miriam’s Kitchen
Mission of Love
Mondloch House
Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless
Mount Carmel House
My Father’s House
My Sister’s Place
N Street Village (serves Luther Place Shelter and Bethany Women’s Center)
Neighbors Consejo
New Endeavors for Women
New Expectations
Northwest Services Center (serves Bread for the City and Zacchaeus)O
Opportunity PlaceP
Peoples Involvement Corporation
Planet Aid

R
Rachael’s Women’s Shelter
Rising Hope United Methodist Church

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St. Elizabeth’s Hospital
St. Luke’s Shelter
St. Paul’s Shelter
Salvation Army Grate Patrol
The Salvation Army
Samaritan Inns – Harvard Street
Samaritan Inns – Fairmont Street
Sasha Bruce Youthwork, Inc.
Second Genesis
Shelter House
Shepherd’s Table
So Others Might Eat (SOME)
Soup Kitchen on Capital Hill (formerly SOME)
Spring Road Family Shelter
Stepping Stones
Sunday Suppers

T
Third Street Church of God
Transition Assistance Corp.

V
Vanguard Services – Phoenix Program

W
Washington City Church of the Brethren Nutrition Program
Webster House

Y
YMCA (Anthony Bowen)

A
Arlington Presbyterian Church “Ronda Gilliam Room”
Arlington Public Schools – Outreach for Parenting Teens
Arlington Street People’s Assistance Network (A-SPAN)

B
Bailey’s Crossroads Community Shelter
Bethesda House
Bread for the City
Bright Beginnings
Building Futures

C
Calvary Shelter, Inc. (a/k/a Calvary Women’s Services)
Capital Hill Group Ministries – Congregation Shelter
Carriage House No. 16
Carriage House Women’s Treatment Facility
Carriage House Men’s Traditional Housing
Carroll House
Central Union Mission
Christ House
Coalition for the Homeless
Community Family Life Services
Community for Creative Non-Violence (CCNV)
Community of Hope, Inc. (a/k/a Community of Hope Emergency Shelter)
Crossway Community (CROSC)

D
D.C. Central Kitchen
Dinner Program for Homeless Women (formerly Zacchaeus Community Kitchen)
Doorways
Dorothy Day House
Douglas Memorial United Methodist Church (formerly Ivy City Resource Center)

E
Ella’s Kids, Inc.
Emory House

F
Father McKenna Center
First Baptist Church of Clarendon
First Helping
Friendship House Clothing Center

G
Galbraith AME Zion Church
Georgetown Ministry Center
Good Shepherd Alliance
Gospel Rescue Mission
The Green Door Clinic
Greentree Shelter

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HIPS
House of Imogene
House of Ruth

I
Interfaith Clothing Center

J
Jehovah-Jireh Ministry
Joseph’s House

L
La Casa