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The Whitlow Foundation engages the people who are most impacted by a lack of access to fresh food, jobs that pay a living-wage, and entrepreneurship understanding and empowers them with agency  to overcome the effects of systemic racism.

Founded in 2017, The Whitlow Foundation an official 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit recognized by the IRS is headquartered in Washington, DC • EIN 82-3515356

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 Community Impact 

To date, the Whitlow Foundation has served and distributed over 350,000 meals and fresh produce to communities across the Washington Metropolitan Area; an estimated 100 meals daily and counting...


$14,000 will help 14 youth pursue their passion for the arts with our "Tools of the Trade" scholarship.


Will help underserved and marginalized communities combat domestic abuse and family trauma by facilitating our ARTSCAPE DC workshops. 


The National Council on Education Statistics (NCES) found students’ lack of access to arts education significantly contributed to their underwhelming scores. Students who took art classes or music lessons inside and/or outside of school, visited museums, or attended theater performances generally scored better on the test.


Youth who lack healthy cooking knowledge may rely on packaged foods or prepared foods containing questionable nutrition value.

Our mission is to improve the quality of life for low-income communities by focusing on two prongs of well-being: health and income.
Through our programs we increase access to affordable, nutritious, and culturally relevant food for the communities we serve, and we provide sustainable career pathways to employment and entrepreneurship in the food industry for underserved communities.

Founded in 2017, The Whitlow Foundation is an official 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit headquartered in Washington, DC • EIN 82-3515356

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