Volunteer Chef Kate Sherwood is integral in providing CAFB partners with healthy, affordable recipes.
CAFB recently welcomed students from Thurgood Marshall Academy Mentor Day and their mentors to the food bank for a day of food, fun and service.
Volunteer leaders play a crucial part for ensuring kids at risk of hunger receive nutritious food.
A new outreach worker’s first impressions in working to address food insecurity in Montgomery County, MD.
Recently, 30 partners of the Capital Area Food Bank which run Weekend Bag and Kids Cafe® programs, participated in a “Proposal Writing and Budgeting Basics” training.
Once again, our thousands of supporters have made our annual Blue Jeans Ball a huge success.
The story of Passover is a reminder that it is our responsibility to advocate for those who are oppressed and to write their story of liberation.
Chef Spike Mendelsohn, former Top Chef contestant and Blue Jeans Ball Special Guest, is the first competitor in the food bank’s $10 Challenge.
Bernard’s “no food left behind” credo and the hard work of all the Orr Elementary School Food Pantry volunteers has made it a stand out among food resource centers in the Washington metro area.
As the spring sun peeks through winter’s gray, the Capital Area Food Bank is gearing up to dig its Urban Demonstration Garden.