Northern Virginia businesses are stepping up to help nourish individuals and families at risk of hunger.
Giant recently donated 250 cases of apples, which are a terrific, healthy snack with no sodium or saturated fat. This apple donation comes at an important time as we prepare for our 2014 Capital Area Food Bank Hunger Summit, which focuses on food for health.
Thanks to the partnership of General Mills, Feeding America and Scott Borchetta’s Big Machine Label Group, hunger will soon be dealt a major blow.
To ensure that children and teens have access to healthy food over the summer, the CAFB is spreading the word about summer meals.
More than 760 people donned their denim wear and showed up to the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel yesterday evening to party and support the largest hunger relief organization in Washington metro area.
Saturday might be alright for fighting, but Sunday is the night for balling.
On my mark. Get your apples. Get set… CRUNCH!
Listen to an interview with CAFB President and CEO Nancy E. Roman, where we talk about hunger and how we’re working to solve it in the region.
As a part of the Healthy Eating Active Living grant we received from the Prince George’s County Department of Health, we have been able to work directly with these agencies to promote healthy eating habits.
Each year, the Capital Area Food Bank’s Blue Jeans Ball brings together chefs from near and far who share their culinary creations with attendees.