Andrew’s personal convictions, along with the tools from the CAFB website and the input of his financial advisor made his decision crystal clear.
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“Hunger is a feeling you never forget. You only have to experience it once. It’s a terrible feeling,” says DC resident Kenneth Jones.
The experience with poverty formed Emma Pfleeger’s way of living. She always “made do” with very little.
“I care about children and families, and I grew up in the South, where food is an important part of family life.”
Ms. Jais-Mick was inspired by the community garden when she recently toured the CAFB’s new building.
Bill and his wife Ruth have been concerned with hunger issues since the late 1980s, and have supported several organizations which work to solve hunger worldwide.
With so many causes out there to support, Raymond chose his beneficiary carefully.
Please join Lynn Brantley, the Board and staff of the Capital Area Food Bank for our 4th Annual Bountiful Harvest Fundraising Breakfast, Tuesday, September 27nd at 8:30 am at the Renaissance Washington DC Hotel. This free one-hour event will showcase our new initiative “Fresh Produce for All,” and the progress being made on our new… Read more »
Please join Lynn Brantley, the Board and staff of the Capital Area Food Bank for our 3rd Annual Bountiful Harvest Fundraising Breakfast, September 22nd at 8:30 am at the Renaissance Washington DC Hotel. This is a free one-hour event showcasing how we “Nourish our Community,” in addition to our plans to increase the quality and… Read more »
Did you know that in the D.C. Metropolitan Area working people represent more than half of those struggling with hunger? Did you know that hunger in this area is up 25 percent over 2006 stats? Statistics from Hunger in America 2010. These new statistics and more are revealed during monthly scheduled tours at the Capital Area… Read more »