Yesterday, on Food Day, we launched our Healthy Food Initiative which sets will ultimately bring more healthy food into areas we serve.
Feed the Need, an event conducted by Shannon Toronto at an LDS Church in Arlington, VA, raised over $8,000 for the CAFB.
Acquiring a van for a formal shuttle service would enable the food bank to provide convenient and comfortable transportation for our volunteers who rely on the Metro to reach our facility.
The Capital Area Food Bank is pleased to introduce the Mildred J. Brooks Learning Center, the training space and teaching kitchen at its new distribution center.
Now that the Capital Area Food Bank is officially open for business, we invite you to visit us in our new distribution center located at 4900 Puerto Rico Ave., NE.
In just a few days, the Capital Area Food Bank will be fully settled into its new food distribution center.
A bigger facility means that we can distribute a higher quality and quantity of food as well as grow our nutrition education and outreach initiatives.
She will be one of 25 fellows participating in a yearlong program that shapes future leaders.
The commission will advise the Mayor and DC Council on health, wellness and nutritional issues affecting children and schools in the District.
For over 200,000 children in the Washington metro region struggling with hunger, summer means not having access to school meals.