At the Capital Area Food Bank, reducing food waste is part of our operational model and our organizational DNA.
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“…feels more like Silicon Valley than a food bank,” said a visiting Washington Post reporter.
There were so many things to love about Hannah.
The grant ensures more low-income families will have a readily accessible source of healthy and nutritious food to prepare at home.
Wall Street brokers, Silicon Valley innovators and celebrities know it. Most of us know it. So why aren’t we acting on it?
Our blog carnival addressing food waste is a great way to open the discussion. Our summit in Northern Virginia on September 27 boasts wonderful panelists — read their blogs and share your thoughts.
Read the #HungerAction Month Blog Carnival. Find out what our region’s leaders and experts have to say about hunger.
At CAFB, we are attempting to ignite a new movement against hunger by identifying and encouraging neighborhood volunteers to join us.
Solving hunger is fundamental to the most basic issues we hope to achieve as an advanced society.
This just in: Washington, DC, the capital city of the wealthiest country in the world, is home to more hungry children than any state in the union except one.