The Capital Area Food Bank’s 7th annual Empty Bowls event was an enormous success, raising over $12,400 to help feed children, seniors and families struggling with hunger in our community!
The Capital Area Food Bank and DCU, through United Drives, will collect non-perishables before Saturday’s match.
Every month there are new and ongoing volunteer opportunities at the food bank. Check out what’s in store in October.
This is your chance to win a ticket to one of the best tasting events in town by showing us your culinary chops! Read on to learn more about the challenge.
At the CAFB, volunteerism is equally as important as monetary support.
Spice up your lunchtime, grab a colleague and join us October 8 for Empty Bowls at FHI 360′s Conference Center .
The food bank’s child hunger programs help ensure access to quality, nutritious meals throughout the year and give the next generation a healthy start to their future.
Without Capital One, there would be no Kids Cafe.
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.
It’s more than just getting some free food. The people have great hearts and were telling us, ‘You are down now, but you can get up.’”