The Heat Map allows the CAFB to look at communities we serve by location, identify gaps and target hunger interventions.
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More than 530,700 people in the Washington metro region turn to food pantries and meal service programs to feed themselves and their families.
Recipients can expect two changes in their benefit amounts during the fall of 2013.
How do seniors manage on a meager income where the cost of living is one of the highest in the country?
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.
The Federal Government has shut down. However, The Capital Area Food Bank is open for business.
Every Tuesday, the Faith Based Collaborative Outreach Group and the CAFB’s SNAP outreach team join forces at the Advocacy Intake Center located at Carrollton Elementary School.
The Metropolitan Area Hunger Conference brings together those invested — either professionally or socially — in eradicating hunger.
A new outreach worker’s first impressions in working to address food insecurity in Montgomery County, MD.
The expiration of the payroll tax holiday will undoubtedly be a final straw for many barely getting by.