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As July 4th approaches, I am reminded of the many homeless guests at Miriam’s Kitchen who helped fight for the freedoms that we enjoy.
Bill, a Vietnam War veteran, immediately comes to mind. Though Bill came to Miriam’s Kitchen for our healthy meals, he is most thankful for our help getting him into supportive housing.
It sure does seem like there are a lot of new people in blue shirts in these days....
Well, that's because it’s June. And if it's summer, that means there is a new group helping out here at MK!
Each year, students, volunteers and other summer helpers arrive to support our guests. We benefit not only from their energy and enthusiasm, but also from the fresh perspectives that help us improve our work.
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Our postal address is:
2401 Virginia Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20037
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To change your address or contact preferences, please write to us at 2401 Virginia Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20037. To obtain financial information about Miriam’s Kitchen, write to us at the same address, contact the state agencies as noted below or see our website at www.miriamskitchen.org. Miriam’s Kitchen is in compliance with all state registrations required.
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We’re thrilled to announce that Tae Min Kim has joined our team as the Manager of Kitchen Operations and Volunteers. Tae may be new to our team, but he's a familiar face in the kitchen, since he's been a volunteer Sous Chef for the past two years!
Tae will not only join Chefs Emily and Ciji leading meals services and prep shifts, but he’s also taking over the day-to-day volunteer engagement efforts.
We want everyone to get to know Tae, so here are Five Fast Facts:
How did you come to D.C.?
We'd like to thank you.
Over the past several weeks, we've asked everyone in our community to take a moment and tell our elected officials to make homelessness a priority in the 2016 D.C. Budget.
Sending an email, making a phone call, or coming to Advocacy Day might seem small. But we also know that it's meaningful.
Dear MK Friends and Family,
This isn't easy to say, but after 14 wonderful years at Miriam's Kitchen, it's time for a new adventure in my life. I've decided to start a new career.
I can't tell you how much I’ll miss working with all of you. My work was not only worthwhile, it was fun. People can glibly use the word "family" in describing a workplace, but that was the truth for me.
My last day is not until July 31st so I'll still see many of you, and I guarantee you my philosophy of benevolent dictatorship will not soften. :)
Bulgogi and Cucumber Kimchi
- 1 pound of beef (Flank, Hanger, or even Tenderloin), sliced thinly into pieces ½ inch x 2 inches and ⅛ inch thick
Marinade (for 1 pound of beef):
Join us on Thursday, May 28, from 5:30 - 8:30 PM at Brookland Pint (716 Monroe St, NE) for our monthly happy hour, benefitting MK!