Over the course of the last few years, Americans have become acutely aware of the rising incidence of obesity and diet-related illness.
The Capital Area Food Bank extends a heartfelt thank you to Cooking Matters volunteers for their service in facilitating over 160 hours of culinary and nutrition training.
How would you like to help raise money for the Capital Area Food Bank just by walking, running or bicycling?
More than 800 guests filled the ballroom at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel for the Capital Area Food Bank’s 10th Annual Blue Jeans Ball.
National Foundation to End Senior Hunger Founder Enid Borden offers an inspiring mix of pragmatism, optimism and outrage.
A staggering number of children depending on school breakfast/lunch programs will miss meals this summer.
The Capital Area Food Bank received a generous $23,000 gift from the Darden Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Darden Restaurants, Inc.
Students from across the country happily braved colder than average temperatures last week to participate in the annual White House Kitchen Garden planting.
From Congress to corporations to one’s own kitchen cabinet, there are support networks to weave and strengthen so hunger doesn’t happen.
Every month we’ll announce new and ongoing volunteer opportunities. Check out what’s in store in April.