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Kraig Ronald Williams - Vice-President, Finance and Programs


Program Goal: Project Briggs, Inc.'s overall goal and objectives will focus its outreach program initiatives on harm reduction efforts for the health and wellness of substance users here in the District of Columbia. We’ll leverage our social media platforms, email list, collaboration with partner organizations, and messaging to the prevention of opioid overdoses, and mental health resources for enhanced access to healthcare services; screening for HIV, viral hepatitis, and sexually transmitted diseases; reduction in chronic diseases; distribution of harm reduction supplies (Narcan, Condoms/dental dams/lubricant, personal hygiene) and promotion of holistic health. 

Hit The Ground Running

Mind, Body, and Soul 

Saturday, February 17, 2024


DC Black Pride Workshop 

Saturday, May 25, 2024


Our organization is proud to serve our community by launching its Health and Wellness program with Shane "The Trainer" Greer, Director of Health and Wellness by encouraging healthy lifestyles while preventing opioid overdoses, referring access to prevention and treatment, and keeping you safe, healthy, and strong. Our Health and Wellness program activities focused on Health, Wellness, and Health disparities here in the DMV and beyond targeted to Black and Brown Millennials. Grant funding will be applied to this outreach activity. 

Harm Reduction Meet-Up 

Mix and Minge to Reduce Harm

Saturday, March 23, 2024

​Harm Reduction Happy Hour is a gathering of minds where to discuss the Opioid Crisis in the DMV. No matter your age, gender, sexual orientation, or race, we'll present topics are something that bring us together because these are things we all go through! From there, each year, the topics will delve into the deep conversations of those affected by Fentenyl. This is a Group-Level Training opportunity.  This discussion will surely bring many thought-provoking conversations that will push our thinking, open our hearts, challenge our minds, and give us an opportunity to discuss the effects of the Opioid crisis. Grant funding will be applied to this outreach activity. 


Networking and Fundraising Event

Sunday, April 7, 2024

Our Annual Public Service Recognition Soiree honors 30 individuals/organizations from the District of Columbia for their outstanding Public Service to the community-at-large and their demonstration of excellence and the highest standards of ethical conduct, integrity, and civic and social responsibility. Sponsorship funding will be applied to this outreach activity. 


The Butler's Kitchen 

Where There’s Nothing Left Off The Table

DC Black Pride Workshop

Saturday, May 25, 2024

The Butler’s Kitchen addresses groundbreaking controversial topics that aren’t easily discussed between various diverse communities, especially of color. Topics range from social injustices, local and national politics, relationships; both from the homo and heterosexual perspective, dating/online dating, social media controversies to whatever event or topic creates challenging thought-provoking conversations.  Our goal is to not only bring these topics to the forefront, however but also to discuss the next steps, etc.


Jhahbriel C. Moore-Butler creates an atmosphere in his kitchen with panel guests from all walks of life.  The panel comes together weekly around the kitchen island creating an open dialogue introducing their perspectives from a viewpoint that creates a bit of energy, borderline drama each taping.

As each conversation develops, delicious home-cooked meals are prepared that add a sense of home, an atmosphere open for opinionated conversation. Most of the ingredients within the meals will be highlighted as solutions, pivoted off the conversation as added anecdotes of humor and/or comedy. 

The Butler’s Kitchen, under the umbrella of Moore 4U Inc. where everything is about the community and how communities are built from mentoring and giving. So sit back, grab a drink and join us in our Kitchen.

Pride By The River, Super Sunday at Anacostia Park - DC Black Pride

Sunday, May 26, 2024 

Down by the Riverside is where you'll find "PRIDE BY THE RIVER SUPER SUNDAY! 

Come join us in celebrating our 3rd Annual "Pride By The River Super Sunday" event on Memorial Day.

Sunday, May 26 2024 from 12:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Hosted by Project Briggs, Inc. and The Butler's Kitchen.

Bring your grills, blankets, umbrellas, chairs, and good vibes!! Let the music take you AWAY!!!

The DMV Black LGBTQ Writers & Authors Association



New York Times best-selling author JL King and DC author James Laws have created an exciting new group that will provide writers, aspiring authors, and current authors a place to grow to become successful published writers.

They will utilize their joint experiences to offer what it takes to become successful as writers and self-published authors. From workshops to networking events, the group will provide the missing link in the DMV literacy community.




Project Briggs, Inc. was formed in April 2016 for the purpose of providing leadership, improving the capacity building, communication, promoting, and assisting urban projects through innovative fundraising activities and advocacy in the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area. "SPECTRE", our Annual White Attire Soiree, will be held annually as a symbol and celebration of the organization's work in the community throughout the year.


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