Leslie is participating in SOME’s Thanksgiving Day Trot for Hunger! We hope you will consider walking with her (in-person or virtually) and/or by donating, as she is representing FMI in our efforts in raising funds for this cause!
The Trot for Hunger 5K raises essential funds and awareness to combat poverty in the Washington metropolitan area and provides a way for the community to help those experiencing homelessness on Thanksgiving morning. Proceeds from the 5K benefit thousands of homeless families and single adults, including the elderly and people suffering from mental illness, by providing much-needed food, clothing, access to healthcare, employment training, and long-term comprehensive addiction treatment programs.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has only increased the need for SOME’s vital services and support.
We hope you will consider getting involved in the Trot for Hunger:
- Register & join our team! You can walk, run, skip, trot (or all of the above) either in-person or virtually with us! Click join our team on this page. You can learn more about the event by clicking the white banner at the top of the page to view the home page!
- Help us support our DC neighbors by making a tax-deductible contribution in our team’s name or that of one of our registered teammates. Your support makes a world of difference in the life of a child or adult in need.
- Donations can be made directly on this page using a credit or debate card, or via PayPal. Checks may be made payable to Trot for Hunger with a team or participant’s name in the memo line and mailed to:
Trot for Hunger
71 "O" Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
If you have any questions about the Trot for Hunger, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
SOME (So Others Might Eat) has been serving neighbors in Washington, DC for more than 50 years. SOME began as a tiny soup kitchen and now provides meals each day, provides clothing, medical care, job training, affordable housing, programs for the elderly and other services that empower individuals to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty.
Learn more at www.some.org.