This past July, the Capital Area Food Bank and the Anacostia community lost a true hunger champion with the passing of the late great Reverend Roy Settles.
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More than 530,700 people in the Washington metro region turn to food pantries and meal service programs to feed themselves and their families.
The Washington Mystics basketball team took their game off-court to help pack and sort food at the Capital Area Food Bank.
Here at the food bank, our soil and seeds teach partner agencies how to grow healthy food cheaply.
Our Blue Jeans Ball is fast approaching. Why is this fashion retailer playing such a major role in helping solve hunger?
Twenty-three years ago, at an age when most people are considering retirement, L.P. Hymes (then 67 years-old) began working at the Capital Area Food Bank.
For a minimum donation of $25, a guest can take home a beautiful hand-crafted bowl, enjoy unlimited soups and more importantly, help feed the nearly 700,000 children, seniors and families in the Washington metro area struggling to get enough food to eat.
One dollar from every Texas State Fair entrée purchased from Tortilla Coast will be donated to the Capital Area Food Bank!
The Capital Area Food Bank got a taste of the night life when Metro Cooking DC hosted a happy hour at Del Campo Restaurant.
Ty Lawson decided a long time ago that he wanted to use his talents to serve people in need and not people in restaurants.