The story of Passover is a reminder that it is our responsibility to advocate for those who are oppressed and to write their story of liberation.
Entering into an exciting 2013, I want to take the opportunity to remember the special events our sites were given over the holidays.
The Capital Area Food Bank’s Food For Kids Manager Grace Lichaa took to the airwaves on the Food Network show Chopped.
This summer, our Weekend Bags provided over 25,000 meals to our area’s children and their families thanks to Sodexo’s Feeding Our Future program.
TE Connectivity took a moment at a recent conference to help residents struggling with hunger.
School is back in session. Pop quiz! How many children live in food insecure homes in the United States? What percentage of children live in food insecure households in Washington, D.C.? According to the USDA statistics, about 16 million children live in food insecure households. This means that they don’t know where their next… Read more »