More than 800 guests filled the ballroom at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel for the Capital Area Food Bank’s 10th Annual Blue Jeans Ball.
Some people come for the food, others come for big-ticket bargains.
The numbers are staggering. One doesn’t have to travel far to see the toll that hunger can take on an individual.
Make a statement in denim by pulling out your favorite pair of denim jeans and joining Spike Mendelsohn at Blue Jeans Ball on Sunday, March 24.
The opportunity to create a glass bowl for Empty Bowls meant a great deal. If one person’s actions can make even a small difference in increasing awareness, that matters.
Partners of the Capital Area Food Bank share some parting words for our tireless leader.
Children, firefighters, families and individuals dropped food off at various Giant locations to help the Capital Area Food Bank feed families during the holiday season.
FedEx team members, working alongside CAFB staff, demonstrated how to make a fruit salad using ingredients included in a typical Weekend Bag.
This is the second year in a row that the First Family has volunteered its time and helped us feed our neighbors in need.
CAFB recently welcomed its capital campaign donors and board members to a thank you dinner hosted at its new Bedford Falls Foundation Distribution Center.