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Nourishing Our Communities

  • Pepco Edison Gallery Place 702 8th Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20001 United States (map)

On Tuesday December 8, 2015 from 6 – 9 pm; you are cordially invited to join a movement of tangible impact & substantive change in the District of Columbia!
Get your tax deductible early bird tix before Midnight Black Friday:

“Nourishing Our Communities"
Our annual fundraiser & celebration for our 11th year in operation, our 2015 accomplishments and in support of our 2016 forthcoming programs and services for the communities of the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Join us as we pay homage to our 1000s of constituents and clients whom we have provided invaluable healthy cooking outreach & nutrition education programs through out the District of Columbia and Maryland in 2015.
The evening will feature tastings from some of D.C.'s finest restaurants and food purveyors who specialize in natural food and support the mission of Healthy Living, Inc.

Distinguished Guest Speaker:
Ayanna Gregory
Ayanna Gregory's Fan Page “Daughter of The Struggle" 
(Singer, Songwriter, Educator, Activist)

Musical Selections by DC's Ambassador:
Underdog the Dj Events (

Complimentary Food Provided By:
Compass Rose Bar & Kitchen

Room 11

Old Ebbitt Grill

Green Plate Catering

Diamond District Wines Global Wines Maryland
Honest Tea

Charity Raffle w/ some awesome prizes from:
Sushiko Chevy Chase
Buck’s Fishing & Camping & Many More !!!!

About Healthy Living, Inc (HLI):
HLI is a 501(c)3 community-based nonprofit whose mission is to foster a culture of health, one healthy meal at a time. We teach people from all walks of life how to prepare delicious and nutritious food regardless of budgetary constraints. 
HLI's healthy cooking outreach & nutrition education takes place through our after-school programs, shelter programs, WIC education programs and numerous other platforms for community engagement that educate 1000s of youth & adults each year. We work in partnerships with organizations such as DCPNI, So Others Might Eat, N Street Village, Bright Beginnings, Inc, Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington, Concerned Black Men National, DC Department of Health and numerous other public-private partnerships. This past Fall of 2015, we launched a new full time after-school program with our partner at the former Kenilworth Elementary School in Ward 7. 

Our Outreach Community Programs seek to bridge the gap and nurture a culture of health for the most underserved populations in the District of Columbia. HLI's free programs are offered at shelters, youth organizations, schools, community centers and other venues where participants learn the skills to plan and prepare affordable, healthy, natural food. Financial support comes from grants, donations, earned revenue, and from our annual fundraiser.

Even if you don't live in the DMV, these are universal causes. If you can't attend: Donate or Tell a Friend.
These youth & adults deserve the right to a healthy life.
Join us in Unity: Together we can nourish our communities!

Later Event: December 10
Karaoke 4 A Cause 2015