[Washington, D.C. - May 1, 2019] --- From May 4 to May 12, women-owned businesses Hill’s Kitchen, DCANTER and Summit to Soul will donate a percentage of sales to benefit schools and nonprofit organizations in D.C.’s Capitol Hill neighborhood and beyond. Their effort is part of Capitol Hill Giving Week, a new initiative that aims to meaningfully give back to the local community that, in turn, supports them as small businesses.
Leah Daniels, owner of Hill’s Kitchen, launched the initiative in 2018 with a focus on raising funds for Capitol Hill schools. This year, she invited other Capitol Hill businesses to participate and create their own giving programs.
"For more than a decade, Hill’s Kitchen has loved supporting our neighborhood schools,” Daniels said. “This year, we really wanted to take our program to the next level to reach maximum impact. We are so excited to have the incredible female entrepreneurs behind DCANTER and Summit to Soul join our efforts."
Learn more about each giving program below:
DCANTER will donate 10 percent of sales during Capitol Hill Giving Week to Byte Back. This Capitol Hill nonprofit organization provides inclusive technology training to underserved adults in D.C. by providing them with the opportunity to enter into living wage careers. DCANTER will host a drop-in tasting event from 1-4 p.m., May 4 for the community to learn more about Byte Back. Shoppers should indicate their support for Byte Back when they make a purchase during Capitol Hill Giving week.
Hill’s Kitchen will donate 15 percent of sales during Capitol Hill Giving Week to any school of the shopper’s choice. Shoppers should indicate the designated school when they make a purchase.
Summit To Soul will donate 15 percent of sales during Capitol Hill Giving Week to any school of the shopper’s choice or either of these nonprofit organizations: Girls on the Run or Back on My Feet. Shoppers should designate their organization of choice when they make a purchase.