How would you like to help raise money for the Capital Area Food Bank just by walking, running or bicycling?
The Capital Area Food Bank received a generous $23,000 gift from the Darden Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Darden Restaurants, Inc.
Volunteers are critically needed to feed kids involved in our Weekend Bag Program. Graduate school students from PricewaterhouseCoopers’ internship program stepped up to ensure they were all fed.
The Capital Area Food Bank thanks Giant Food for its very generous donation of 500 turkeys that arrived just in time for the holidays.
On behalf of the Capital Area Food Bank, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to the TD Charitable Foundation for its very generous donation of $25,000.
The food bank recently brought on the Waterpenny Farm in Sperryville, VA to help provide fresh produce to our NOVA partners.
An overwhelming number of people in our area are faced every day with the difficult choices between buying food and allocating limited funds towards other expenses.
As a reminder, the Capital Area Food Bank will be hosting its annual Northern Virginia Hunger Summit tomorrow.
Empty Bowls is an exciting event hosted by the Capital Area Food Bank each fall during which artists donate their original, handmade bowls that are then filled with a symbolic meal of soup and bread.
The Capital Area Food Bank recently had the unique opportunity to collect 135,000 pounds of food leftover from the 58th Summer Fancy Food Show.