More than 530,700 people in the Washington metro region turn to food pantries and meal service programs to feed themselves and their families.
It’s trendy. It’s practical and, as of this month, it’s officially a word in the Scrabble dictionary.
Last week, lifeguards from across the world came together to raise a record 833 pounds of food that they donated to the food bank!
A food fight is brewing over the claim to Canstruction’s People’s Choice Award.
Have you heard about Martha’s Table, the CAFB’s food assistance partner that provides healthy food, affordable clothing, and quality education to DC residents?
Every month there are new and ongoing volunteer opportunities at the food bank. Check out what’s in store in August.
It is a grand slam against hunger whenever the Capital Area Food Bank partners with the Washington Nationals, Harris Teeter and Day to Serve.
There is no question that hunger is a strong opponent. With support from the community, however, victory is achievable.
Every month there are new and ongoing volunteer opportunities at the food bank. Check out what’s in store in July.
The boys and girls of summer will find plentiful lunches, snacks and suppers during the summer thanks largely to Giant Food of Landover, Maryland.