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.
Every year, the Blue Jeans Ball brings together chefs from all over the D.C. area to share their flair and their fare to help eradicate hunger.
Often times, families with children are unable to partake in fun summer treats, because they’re too busy making sure they have food in the first place.
Volunteers are critically needed to feed kids involved in our Weekend Bag Program. Graduate school students from PricewaterhouseCoopers’ internship program stepped up to ensure they were all fed.
Through the AmeriCorps CAN food drive, volunteers, current AmeriCorps members and alumni raised over 1,000 pounds of food for the Capital Area Food Bank throughout the month of February.
Some people come for the food, others come for big-ticket bargains.
The expiration of the payroll tax holiday will undoubtedly be a final straw for many barely getting by.
Common food bank ingredients are at the core of our Certified Recipes.
To this day, Congress has not reauthorized a new Farm Bill.