Feed the Hood Project


Feed the Hood Project a Grand Success


The National Black United Front would like to thank Commissioner Sharece Crawford DMV Social, Feathers of Ma’at, the Navigators, City Councilman Trayon White and all the volunteers and sponsors of this months Feed The Hood Project.  For nearly three hours volunteers came from all across the Washington DC Metro area to help some of the less fortunate residents in the area.We were able to service over 50 people with food, personal hygiene items, brand new socks and medical supplies. Information on sexually transmitted diseases was circulated as well. Additionally the Washington Bar Association Young Lawyers Division engaged nearly 80 residents by informing them of their rights when interacting with law enforcement.

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Join us March 4, 2017 at 12 pm as we continue this initiative and put the principles of Kwanzaa into action. If you would like to volunteer or donate click here


The National Black United Front is a strict financially independent organization. We rely only on the support of the community. We do not receive corporate/government grants or sponsorship. In order for us to provide genuine independent leadership in the community, we must have your financial support. We ask that you please consider making a contribution in our efforts to improve the community. No amount is to big or to small. Asante Sana (many thanks).

Through NBUF’s coalition of organizations and individuals, it has worked to help less fortunate people meet the basic needs of food, personal hygiene products, medical supplies and clothing.
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