Christel Hair shares an acrostic she made for the lovely Hannah Hawkins.
The CAFB’s very own retrofitted school bus is now making daily stops in Prince William County.
Legal community comes together to file an injunction against hunger.
…For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in…
“…feels more like Silicon Valley than a food bank,” said a visiting Washington Post reporter.
The Heat Map allows the CAFB to look at communities we serve by location, identify gaps and target hunger interventions.
Judy one again touches the lives of seniors, about whom she cared so much in life, with nourishing food.
There were so many things to love about Hannah.
Ms. Hawkins worked tirelessly to address the issue of hunger in Ward 8 and helped launch the CAFB’s From the Ground Up in the Community.
Clagett Farm sells roughly half of its produce to customers in the D.C. area and donates the other portion to the CAFB.