Washington Post Community Relations
October 15, 2014
Following a two month-long intensive application process, The Washington Post Helping Hand is pleased to announce its 2014-16 beneficiaries. Helping Hand, The Post’s new giving initiative, and local columnist John Kelly will highlight the three nonprofit beneficiaries and their efforts to support D.C.’s homeless, hungry and impoverished. Through bi-weekly columns in John Kelly’s Washington over an eight-week period this winter, Helping Hand hopes to inspire readers to donate to the D.C. metro area’s most disadvantaged communities. Helping Hand will help facilitate direct donations through John Kelly’s column and www.posthelpinghand.com to the nonprofit organizations.
Meet the 2014-16 Beneficiaries
Community of Hope
Sasha Bruce Youthwork
The Post’s John Kelly will chronicle the moving stories of the families and individuals supported by the high-impact nonprofits named Helping Hand beneficiaries over an eight-week holiday campaign starting in November 2014 in his column, John Kelly’s Washington. Kelly has long written about charitable endeavors in the D.C. community.
How can I donate to Helping Hand?
Readers will be able to donate to the 2014-16 beneficiaries through Helping Hand starting in November 2014. Please check back and visit www.posthelpinghand.com for more information.
"The Washington Post Helping Hand names its 2014-16 beneficiaries" originally appeared on washingtonpost.com on October 15, 2014.