In addition to food distribution, we take pride in empowering our partners through our teaching kitchen, nutrition programs and a variety of other resources.
Posts Categorized: Partners
This April, we broke ground in two of the main spaces of the Capital Area Food Bank’s Urban Demonstration Garden.
The Metropolitan Area Hunger Conference brings together those invested — either professionally or socially — in eradicating hunger.
National Foundation to End Senior Hunger Founder Enid Borden offers an inspiring mix of pragmatism, optimism and outrage.
Bernard’s “no food left behind” credo and the hard work of all the Orr Elementary School Food Pantry volunteers has made it a stand out among food resource centers in the Washington metro area.
The expiration of the payroll tax holiday will undoubtedly be a final straw for many barely getting by.
Knowing whether your services are being used efficiently is the best way for a non-profit organization to stay on top of its game.
Collaboration and information sharing is critical if we are to create sustainable reductions in hunger.
A3 provides free training for community nonprofits designed to help them take their feeding programs or organizations to the next level.
The Capital Area Food Bank’s Healthy Eating department is proud to announce the launch of our online healthy recipe database