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Dc Central Kitchen average salary is $37,315, median salary is $37,315 with a salary range from $37,315 to $37,315.
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Development & Communications Associate 37,315-37,315 Washington, DC, 20001 2010 Dc Central Kitchen Development & Communications Associate Salaries (1)
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  • DC Central Kitchen Inc
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Washington Dc, DC
  • DC Central Kitchen (DCCK) provides prepared meals and snacks to our partner agencies in the Washington metropolitan area. Our partners are nonprofit human service organizations, providing meaningful social services to people who are low-income or homeless. DCCK prepares an average of 4,000 meals per day, 365 days per year, for distribution to approximately 100 agencies. Partners include emergency shelters, transitional homes, substance abuse treatment programs, adult education and job training programs, community and youth centers, children's after-school programs and senior citizen programs. As a result of DCCK's efforts, partner agencies are able to redirect resources toward their stated missions...