The Capital Area Food Bank has brought together Anacostia youth for the past five summers through the Garden Club at Children of Mine Center.
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Help the Capital Area Food Bank spread the word about where children and teens can eat for free this summer.
As demonstrated by the fourth grade students at Immanuel Bible School, volunteering can be done by people of all ages.
The Capital Area Food Bank recently partnered with ECHOage, an online birthday party service designed to encourage social awareness and appreciation amongst children.
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, over 16 million youth face “food insecurity” year-round.
For over 200,000 children in the Washington metro region struggling with hunger, summer means not having access to school meals.
When the name of your department is Food for Kids, it seems pretty explanatory what you do, right? In fact, there’s a lot that goes into making Kids Cafe® and Weekend Bag such impactful Capital Area Food Bank programs. Beginning this month, we will add new photos daily to the food bank’s Flickr account to… Read more »
It was a Thursday afternoon in March, and you could feel the excitement building as project coordinators from Capital One and the Capital Area Food Bank prepared the conference room for the second Weekend Bag Sponsorship packing event. We walked through the room to ensure the stations were set up with the necessary supplies: tables… Read more »
The Capital Area Food Bank serves 28 Kids Cafe sites throughout Northern Virginia. Community Lodgings, a Kids Cafe site located in the Arlandria neighborhood of Alexandria, served almost 10,000 meals last year through their after school program. Community Lodgings also offers a Transitional Housing Program, which was featured in the January 9 “Hero Central” segment… Read more »
On Friday, February 17 we hosted a group of young teenagers all the way from Outlook, Canada! We also had a father join us with his two young sons. The volunteers packed 640 Weekend Bags as evidenced in the slideshow below! Why did two such different groups decide to volunteer at the food bank? Read some testimonies to find out: Volunteering is for a… Read more »