The open house was a chance for the Capital Area Food Bank to share its remarkable new facility with partner agencies, board members, donors, friends and staff.
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A warm bowl of soup on a cool fall day is always welcome, but when DC’s best chefs are behind the delicious dishes, their professional touch turns a simple lunch into a delicacy.
Feed the Need, an event conducted by Shannon Toronto at an LDS Church in Arlington, VA, raised over $8,000 for the CAFB.
MagNoodles Pasta Founder and CEO Aileen Magnotto and PBS Chef George Hirsch dropped by to deliver 23,000 servings of multi-grain, vegetable-based pasta.
Empty Bowls will offer an assortment of hand-crafted bowls from local artists who have been hard at work spinning their pottery wheels, shaping clay and creating beautiful pieces.
Members from AARP recently stopped by the Capital Area Food Bank to help pack and sort food for their annual day of service.
Empty Bowls is an exciting event hosted by the Capital Area Food Bank each fall during which artists donate their original, handmade bowls that are then filled with a symbolic meal of soup and bread.
Earlier this month, Canstruction DC closed out its most bountiful year to date by collecting 56,578 pounds of food and raising $8517 for feed families in need.
Before you head out this morning to get your favorite cup of coffee or start thinking about what you’re going to eat for lunch, remember today is Skip Lunch Feed A Bunch.
CAFB staff kicked off Hunger Action Month by participating in Go Orange day, which encouraged people to wear orange and speak out for the 49 million Americans struggling with hunger.