Like the CAFB, the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences is making cooking at home easy.
“I know what it is to be hungry,” Wendy Brinkley says. “I know what it is to not have. When I have one slice of cheese and two pieces of bread, I make the most of what I have.”
Please come out to one of the four sites for Stuff-A-Truck, and bring nonperishable food items to donate for the nearly 700,000 residents struggling with hunger in our area.
As a way to say thanks, we’ve paired up with Uber to reward you for delivering goodwill to the food bank this holiday season.
Despite the frigid temperatures, WHUR listeners and the entire metro region community came out to help feed families during the Thanksgiving holidays.
Eat ShopHouse, mention the Capital Area Food Bank, help solve hunger!
For some of the seasoned residents in the community, committing to a healthy diet isn’t enough.
After 34 years, CAFB is reaching more people in more locations than ever before and relying on volunteers to do so.
The Capital Area Food Bank kicks off Recipes from the CAFB Kitchen with Turkey Chili, Pumpkin Bread and Stewed Black Eyed Peas.
Today’s volunteer event was part of NBA Cares and the league’s commitment to service. The Washington Wizards have been an ardent supporter of the CAFB throughout the years.