Included on this page are some of the recent and upcoming ways that local individuals and companies are supporting SOME and its programs for the homeless and poor in our community. This listing is not exhaustive, and SOME does not endorse or guarantee the events or products offered here.
If you, your business or your organization would like to host a community event for SOME, please contact Kate Wiley at [email protected].
NOVEMBER 16 & 17, 2019
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
The region’s largest two-day culinary showcase, MetroCooking DC features live cooking demonstrations from renowned chefs, book signings, tasting events, and more. In the Grand Tasting Pavilion, over 50 local restaurants will showcase their culinary specialities and provide decadent tastings of their cuisine. A portion of the proceeds from the Grand Tasting will benefit SOME.
You can take a stay-cation or plan a trip to DC with Embassy Row Hotel and support SOME! Package includes: Overnight accommodations in one of our 231 boutique guest rooms or parlor suites, for each stay, one week of meals is donated to So Others Might Eat, a local organization that help homeless in D.C., and a SOME ceramic handmade bowl upon arrival. To learn more click here!
Station Kitchen & Cocktails Special of the Day
Station Kitchen & Cocktails is introducing a new menu that highlights The Embassy Row Experience with a specialty food and cocktail menu that rotates monthly and is inspired by the international embassies found within the Embassy Row neighborhood. Each time you order a dish from the Embassy Row Experience, a portion of the proceeds is donated to SOME! You’ll notice this dish is always served in a special bowl. The bowl was commissioned and created by students at the Corcoran School of Art.