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.
Recipes on the Run help transform common and nutritious ingredients into something special.
The Capital Area Food Bank’s 7th annual Empty Bowls event was an enormous success, raising over $12,400 to help feed children, seniors and families struggling with hunger in our community!
The Capital Area Food Bank and DCU, through United Drives, will collect non-perishables before Saturday’s match.
When I heard about Capital Area Food Bank 7th Annual Empty Bowls event, I was thrilled to attend and be a part of such an amazing cause.