We're going to be on DCTV!
CFW on DCTV:
Thanks to DCTV's new capacity building grant program, you'll be able to catch segments about Community Foodworks and our mission toward a resilient and sustainable community-based food system.
Partnering with DCTV gives us a dynamic platform to share our story about how we are:
Ensuring farmers markets are inclusive, diverse spaces that empower people to eat healthy and support local farmer livelihoods.
Advancing the lives of low-income families living in poverty so that they can afford a consistent stream of weekly fruits and vegetables
Bringing fresh food closer to home in Ward 7 & 8 where nearby grocery stores are limited or non-existent.
What you’ll see:
We will bring you quality stories and vital conversations about food insecurity, access, and equity. We’ll also appear on DCTV’s new weekly television series, District Life, which will explore the nature of living in Washington, DC and share important and compelling stories with people all over the District.
Thank you so much for your continued support. Please let us know if you have any questions, comments, or stories you'd like to share with us about your experience with Community Foodworks.
Created by and for Washington, DC residents, DCTV fosters a 24/7 community media forum to amplify local voices in the nation’s capital and the neighboring metropolitan area. Using the power of meaningful media to connect DC residents, DCTV cultivates a premier nonprofit platform to examine local issues and interests across the District’s three cable television providers and digital streaming channels.
You can find that and more dynamic programming on DCTV’s three dedicated cable channels,which broadcast on Comcast, RCN, and Verizon, as well as DCTV’s streaming platforms at dctv.org/live.
To see the full list of local impact makers who received the DCTV Capacity Building grant, please visit dctv.org/grantawards.