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Earlier this month, Canstruction DC closed out its most bountiful year to date by collecting 56,578 pounds of food and raising $8517 for feed families in need.
The People’s Choice Award is on the line as canstruction crews vie for votes.
Canstruction has finally arrived and crews will converge on the National Building Museum this Saturday to begin building.
Canstruction DC is upon us, and its architectural participants are already grinding away in the design and planning stages.
The Coalition of the Willing takes to the stage in support of the Capital Area Food Bank in what may be the rockingest Feds Feed Families event ever.
Frank Lloyd Wright, Frank Gehry and Antoni Gaudi have nothing on this year’s Canstruction competitors.
On Tuesday, June 19th, the Capital Area Food Bank is limiting service in order to collect 150 thousand pounds of food from the Fancy Food Show.
Your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you. The Capital Area Food Bank’s website just got a facelift.
When Americans hear global health concerns, they often interpret them as distant problems. Seldom considered are public health problems in their own community. Such is the case with hunger in this country, a topic Georgetown Professor Heidi Elmendorf engaged with her Biology of Global Health class. Dr. Elmendorf, co-director of Georgetown’s Biology of Global Health… Read more »