Please come out to one of the four sites for Stuff-A-Truck, and bring nonperishable food items to donate for the nearly 700,000 residents struggling with hunger in our area.
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Despite the frigid temperatures, WHUR listeners and the entire metro region community came out to help feed families during the Thanksgiving holidays.
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The Capital Area Food Bank’s 7th annual Empty Bowls event was an enormous success, raising over $12,400 to help feed children, seniors and families struggling with hunger in our community!
This is your chance to win a ticket to one of the best tasting events in town by showing us your culinary chops! Read on to learn more about the challenge.
Join us on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 for our 7th annual Empty Bowls event, at 1825 Connecticut Ave NW. For just $25, guests enjoy a lunch of soup and bread and take home a handmade bowl as a reminder of how they helped fill the empty bowls in our community.
Giant recently donated 250 cases of apples, which are a terrific, healthy snack with no sodium or saturated fat. This apple donation comes at an important time as we prepare for our 2014 Capital Area Food Bank Hunger Summit, which focuses on food for health.
Listen to an interview with CAFB President and CEO Nancy E. Roman, where we talk about hunger and how we’re working to solve it in the region.
Each year, the Capital Area Food Bank’s Blue Jeans Ball brings together chefs from near and far who share their culinary creations with attendees.
Set aside your suits and ball gowns and get ready for one of the region’s top fundraisers— the Capital Area Food Bank’s 11th Annual Blue Jeans Ball.