DCCK grad featured in nationwide micro-documentary project!

  DCCK grad and current staff member Billy Johnson is featured in the recently launched ‘Re: Dream‘ digital video series. The nationwide project will include 40 micro-documentaries from PBS member stations in five cities, including Washington, DC. Billy was interviewed this past fall by WETA, the local PBS affiliate, for the piece in which he speaks openly… Read more »

DCCK hosts ‘Breakfast Fest’ for students and parents during National School Breakfast Week

In recognition of National School Breakfast Week, DC Central Kitchen today held a “Breakfast Fest” for students and parents at the 8 DC Public Schools where DC Central Kitchen is the food service provider. Parents were invited to join their children for a free, healthy breakfast meal consisting of whole grain waffle sticks with all… Read more »

DCCK teams up with Playworks to bring healthy living to more DC youth

DC Central Kitchen has provided nutrition education and healthy food in DC’s food deserts and low-income schools for years, but we know that a truly healthy lifestyle isn’t just about knowledge of and access to healthy food. A healthy lifestyle must involve physical activity and education, too. That’s why we’ve recently partnered with the DC… Read more »

DCCK’s national arm launches 50th location

Last week, Arkansas Tech University became the 50th school to join the national network of The Campus Kitchens Project, DCCK’s effort to scale its proven model nationally. This program empowers students to fight hunger and food waste in communities from Boston, Massachusetts to Spokane, Washington. Student volunteers with the Campus Kitchen at Arkansas Tech are… Read more »

Combat hunger in someone’s honor

A gift to DC Central Kitchen is a truly meaningful way pay tribute to someone or a special occasion. Your gift in honor or in memory of loved one, friend, or coworker will support DC Central Kitchen’s holistic meal distribution and job training programs. Make your tribute gift today! Donate online (the tribute section is at… Read more »