We’ve got fresh new ways for you to help solve hunger … together!
“People in the federal government care about service. That’s why we’re here.”
“Imagine carrying four, five-pound bags of sugar around the block. That’s the weight of the food that the average American wastes every month,” CAFB President and CEO Nancy E. Roman told those attending the 2013 Northern Virginia Hunger Summitt.
The Federal Government has shut down. However, The Capital Area Food Bank is open for business.
One dollar from every Texas State Fair entrée purchased from Tortilla Coast will be donated to the Capital Area Food Bank!
Our blog carnival addressing food waste is a great way to open the discussion. Our summit in Northern Virginia on September 27 boasts wonderful panelists — read their blogs and share your thoughts.
We are building a whole community approach to prevent food waste. We capture surplus food and divert it to either feed hungry people or to use as compost.
There are dozens of reasons why perfectly good food goes to waste. The trick is stopping it.
Cooperation and collaboration along the value chain can reduce food waste. Here’s how.
The challenge is on! Are you in?