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Twenty-three years ago, at an age when most people are considering retirement, L.P. Hymes (then 67 years-old) began working at the Capital Area Food Bank.
“Hunger is a feeling you never forget. You only have to experience it once. It’s a terrible feeling,” says DC resident Kenneth Jones.
“I really enjoyed the event and was happy to support the food bank’s amazing work in my city.”
Ryan Lore has been donating his time to the food bank since 1996. “I like to practice selflessness,” he says in this volunteer profile.
On Wednesday, October 23rd the Council issued a proclamation declaring October 24th Food Day in support of the nationwide celebration, and movement toward more healthy, affordable and sustainable food in Montgomery County.
For a minimum donation of $25, a guest can take home a beautiful hand-crafted bowl, enjoy unlimited soups and more importantly, help feed the nearly 700,000 children, seniors and families in the Washington metro area struggling to get enough food to eat.
Oxtail Soup? Tux & tails? It’s Empty Bowls, and the British are coming!
Here in DC and around the country, Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity has been working to end hunger since 1993.
Children and parents are excited when our Family Market program offers them fresh produce and non-perishable items.