The Capital Area Food Bank’s very own Lynn Brantley was recently honored by the White House as a Champion of Change. She was among ten local leaders who were highlighted for their efforts in improving the lives of others through charitable work, faith and advocacy.
She shared her thoughts on the issue of hunger via a White House blog:
To read the entire blog post, click here.
The Champions of Change program was created as part of President Obama’s Winning the Future initiative. Each week, a different issue is highlighted and groups of Champions, ranging from educators to entrepreneurs to community leaders, are recognized for the work they are doing to better their communities.