Jubilee Housing is a faith based non-profit organization founded in 1973 to provide affordable housing and supportive services to economically disadvantaged residents of the Adams Morgan neighborhood of Washington, DC. More...
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Jubilee Housing Highlighted by Partners in Progress
Jubilee Housing and our innovative programming was selected in 2013 as one of 14 Partners in Progress sites throughout the US. Join us in celebrating the video that highlights some of our efforts.
Jubilee Early Start
Monday morning, Jubilee Housing’s Early Start program visited the Capital Area Food Bank to make healthy power snacks with two Nationals players. Pitchers, Craig Stammen and Jerry Blevins, teamed up with our students to teach them how to make 1-2-3 Peach Salsa, a healthy snack that emphasizes (1) Fresh Ingredients, (2) Protein, and (3) Fruit and Veggies. This was a great opportunity for our students to interact with Nationals players and learn about healthy eating habits. Thank you to the Food Bank and the Nationals team for making this event a possibility.
Group's Ex-Offender Housing Gets ANC Nod
Jubilee Housing, a nonprofit that has provided affordable residences in Adams Morgan for 40 years, is seeking to turn two neighborhood properties into rehabilitation homes for adults recently released from prison.
V-Day 2014 Campaign Event to Stop Violence Against Women and Girls
V-DAY WASHINGTON, DC 2014
JOINS THE GLOBAL EFFORT TO STOP VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS
Bank of America and CFED select Jubilee Housing to participate in 18 month national learning cluster
Bank of America and CFED select Jubilee Housing to participate in 18 month national learning cluster. With support from CFED, selected to participate in national learning cluster to advance economic opportunity for residents and surrounding community.
Volunteer Opportunities for Jubilee Youth Services!
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