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Media Kit

Information about N Street Village

We invite members of the media to contact us to learn how we are helping women experiencing homelessness in DC find hope, healing, and recovery. We are happy to provide a tour of our programs and to connect you with our senior staff and our client community educators for interviews.

*Media interviews available upon request.

Recent Media Coverage

Media Contact:
communications@nstreetvillage.org

December 10, 2021

13 Fun Food Events Around DC This Weekend

Park View Georgian restaurant Tabla (3227 Georgia Ave., NW) is celebrating “12 Days of Tabla.” Each day through December 23, they’ll knock $1 off a different dish (dine-in only). At the end of the event, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to N Street Village and the American Friends of Georgia.

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December 8, 2021

16 Spots To Shop Locally For Small Business Saturday

Brookland’s pedestrian promenade is home to 27 art studios representing local and independent artists, makers, and small businesses. On Saturday, shoppers can grab a passport from any open studio and mark off six purchases for a chance to win a basket stuffed with Arts Walk goodies. The event will also feature festive music and pop-ups from other artists. N Street Village, a nonprofit that serves

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December 8, 2021

Spread a Little Kindness This Giving Tuesday

The Georgetowner has put together a list of charitable organizations you might consider if you’re looking to get into the spirit of giving. And certainly, we could all use a helping hand and more seasonal warmth and joy during these challenging times.

Happy Giving!

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August 6, 2020

‘Two Sides Of The Same Coin’: Addressing The Link Between Racism And Homelessness

India Frazier spent a weekend in early June watching hundreds of demonstrators in the District protest police brutality and systemic racism from outside her temporary housing complex near 14th Street.

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June 12, 2020

How you can help during the coronavirus outbreak

Several nonprofit organizations could use your time and money to make sure vulnerable populations are cared for during the pandemic.

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June 5, 2020

The time is now

The region’s business leaders reflect on the racial inequity that led to George Floyd’s death — and talk about what it would take to come together and make real change.

Read More on Washington Business Journal
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