In light of the pandemic and its effect on our community, our businesses, those most vulnerable or on the frontlines, we will ultimately get through this #strongertogether
The DMV Food Truck Association is asking you to help us to help them... your donation will help the smallest of the small biz, our food truck members, help the local DMV communities that need nourishment - frontline heros in hospitals and homeless youth.
Food trucks in the DMV lost a huge percentage of their traditional business which focused on offices in population-dense food deserts, now deserted as people telework. The likelihood of a return to normalcy at these traditional locations will be a long time from now, even as things start to reopen. According to the experts, the virus will be with us just as long and hospitals and the unemployed will need long term help.
Any donation is going to a greater purpose and will provide a meal for someone in a very stressful environment; someone who has struggled very much; someone who will be very grateful.
$100 = 10 meals provided $500 = 50 meals provided $1,000 = 100 meals provided
Our first recipient of food from donations is:
Sasha Bruce Youthworks House Event. The mission of Sasha Bruce is to improve the lives of runaway, homeless, abused, and neglected at-risk youth and their families in the Washington area. They currently provide shelter, counseling, life skills training and positive youth development activities to approximately 1,500 youth and 5,000 family members each year.
All donations for this event will go directly to the partnering food truck vendors who will be preparing and providing the meals for those in need.
Thank you for considering this donation and we hope to be able to continue to serve our community and bring hope through future events.