During the summertime, many families struggle to feed their children when they don’t have access to free and reduced school lunch programs.
This May, 30 local law firms, law schools and legal organizations competed for 30 days in the sixth and largest Food From the Bar campaign to raise money and collect food for the Capital Area Food Bank.
The Capital Area Food Bank is committed to providing summer meals to kids who are struggling with hunger.
The demand for produce spans all income brackets, yet the proliferation of farmer’s markets does not mean increased access to fresh produce for all.
The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) provides a monthly grocery supplement to low income seniors to help stretch their already taxed fixed incomes.
More than 500 people attended the first MCPS Family Market Day at Kennedy High School.
Every month there are new and ongoing volunteer opportunities at the food bank. Check out what’s in store in June.
CAFB’s Urban Demonstration Garden has been selected by Washington DC Green Festival as a finalist for their Community Award!
Simply by sharing information, we can build a more informed regional map of what is being done for seniors today and what areas need our attention tomorrow.
Volunteers make the Capital Area Food Bank go ‘round!