Lower-income families in the DC area are currently being hit with a trifecta of de-stabilizing realities.
Posts Categorized: From the President & CEO
Collaboration and information sharing is critical if we are to create sustainable reductions in hunger.
Nancy Roman embodies the skills and experience necessary to continue the tradition of excellence and innovation so critical to the future of the Capital Area Food Bank.
Partners of the Capital Area Food Bank share some parting words for our tireless leader.
Imagine Lynn’s surprise and delight when she was given a letter of congratulations from President and Mrs. Obama.
Nearly 32 years ago, Lynn J. Brantley stepped into the role of heading a tiny organization facing an apparently insurmountable problem.
Lynn Brantley, President and CEO of the Capital Area Food Bank and the leader of hunger relief movement in the Washington metro area since 1980, will be retiring at the end of this year.
Yesterday, on Food Day, we launched our Healthy Food Initiative which sets will ultimately bring more healthy food into areas we serve.
Feed the Need, an event conducted by Shannon Toronto at an LDS Church in Arlington, VA, raised over $8,000 for the CAFB.
Acquiring a van for a formal shuttle service would enable the food bank to provide convenient and comfortable transportation for our volunteers who rely on the Metro to reach our facility.