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

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March 14, 2024

N Street Village Gala Nets $2 Million

The Georgetowner included a blurb about our 25th Annual Gala.

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December 12, 2023

WaPo: Nonprofits Need More Help Than Ever. Why Aren’t Americans Volunteering?

The number of Americans volunteering has decreased in recent years. N Street Village has struggled to get its volunteer base back to pre-pandemic levels.

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July 5, 2023

Ribbon cutting for Sharon’s Place marks addition to D.C.’s N Street Village

"A group of women gathered on the fifth floor of a housing complex in Logan Circle on June 15 to celebrate the opening of Sharon’s Place, a new transitional housing facility and residential employment program for women experiencing homelessness over the age of 18 in D.C."

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March 22, 2023

Local organization continues long-time legacy of helping women

CEO Kenyatta T. Brunson chats with Great Day Washington hosts, Ellen Bryan and Kristen Berset-Harris about how N Street Village is working to end homelessness for women in DC.

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March 7, 2023

N Street Village celebrates 50 years of Giving Back in DC

CEO Kenyatta T. Brunson talks about N Street Village's mission with Good Morning Washington co-host Kidd O'Shea.

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February 14, 2023

We are all very committed to the work and we are committed to each other

N Street Village has evolved over the last 50yrs into a national model for serving women experiencing homelessness. The process starts, as explained with clarity and compassion by N Street Village CEO Kenyatta Brunson, by welcoming them without judgment, providing the time and resources needed to recover from domestic violence, disability debt, divorce, death, key drivers of women’s homelessness.

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