Our donations come from people just like you, in amounts large and small, but all meaningful.
These monetary donations enable us to purchase our signature items, such as fresh produce, milk and eggs, meat and poultry. We call them signature items, because we are one of the few pantries that offer fresh food. And, since we are a volunteer organization, all of the money we collect goes directly to feeding the hungry poor of Washington.
A donation through PayPal is fast, safe and secure. The Foundation does not retain your credit card information. All donations are promptly acknowledged and greatly appreciated.
The John S. Mulholland Family Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) public charity organization; as such, your donation is tax deductible.
Or mail your check today to:John S. Mulholland Family Foundation, Inc.
1629 K Street, NW – Suite 300
Washington, DC 20006 Telephone: 202.827.9997
The Kevin J. Mulholland Society
The Kevin Mulholland Society, formed in Kevin’s memory, is a group of sustaining donors, who make monthly donations to the Foundation to meet the needs of the people we serve. Since hunger and poverty knows no holidays, we serve the inner city poor 52 weeks a year. Your sustaining membership allows us to ensure we will be able to make regular deliveries of fresh produce, milk and eggs, meat and poultry.
$25 a month (just 83¢ a day) purchases fresh produce for one of our pantries
$50 a month (just $1.66 a day) purchases fresh produce for two of our pantries
$75 a month (just $2.50 a day) purchases whole and 2% milk for one of our pantries
$100 a month (just $3.33 a day) purchases fresh eggs for one of our pantries
So, for less than what we spend on morning coffee, we can have a meaningful impact in serving the working poor of inner city Washington all year long!
It’s really very easy to do. You can commit to the Kevin Mulholland Society right here on this page through PayPal, or, if you prefer, arrange an automated check through your bank. Either way, of course, you can cancel at any time that your circumstances may change.
Will you consider any ongoing commitment to serving God’s poor in the District?