We’re happy to welcome three people who have committed themselves to one year of service to the food bank as AmeriCorps volunteers by way of the Episcopal Service Corps.
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The one-day summit will help partner agencies incorporate nutrition into their feeding programs and offer distribution techniques.
Our staff continue providing testimonials regarding our new environment.
On August 11, 2012, churches, community organizations and the Capital Area Food Bank came together to host the 2nd annual Ward 8 Community Day.
Bonita Harrison of Faith United Methodist came in to discuss how our new facility will impact her work.
Some of our Partner Relations team offered their feelings about our new environment.
Mable Semple of Brighter Day came in to discuss how our new facility will impact her work.
We sat down with Larnell Carr of Damien Ministries to discuss how our new facility will impact his work.
The new food distribution center is remarkable. However, it is our staff, partner agencies and all the people we serve that make it exceptional.
The Capital Area Food Bank has brought together Anacostia youth for the past five summers through the Garden Club at Children of Mine Center.