It may not feel or look like spring, but daylight savings is just around the corner.
“With [the CAFB's] help, we’re not just pushing out food—we’re giving recipes and talking about health.”
Springfield residents and workers faced with difficult lunch time decisions receive welcome news.
Every month there are new and ongoing volunteer opportunities at the food bank.
Scott Sanders, Deputy Director of Joseph’s House, recently shared his shopping experience at the CAFB.
The CAFB is proud to join forces with the AAMC to help ensure children throughout the region have proper nutrition and access to healthful meals daily.
GWU women’s basketball team, coaches and mascot delivers over 1,000 pounds of canned goods.
Mark your calendars for the Capital Area Food Bank’s 12th Annual Blue Jeans Ball!
Hunger and inattentiveness strongly correlate and for the 16 million children at risk of hunger in the US, it has long-lasting consequences.
Join the Capital Area Food Bank at Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club for a lunch that will leave you feeling full and fulfilled.