Set aside your suits and ball gowns and get ready for one of the region’s top fundraisers— the Capital Area Food Bank’s 11th Annual Blue Jeans Ball.
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The holiday spirit was in full effect as community members came out in droves and collected a total of 43,818 pounds of food for residents in need.
With fresh healthy food for school kids in need, and clothing donations, too, this program keeps families healthy and happy.
Stuff-A-Truck is one of the food bank’s largest food drives and will take place on Friday, December 13 from 6 AM – 8 PM in the parking lots of four Giant stores across the Washington metro area.
Twenty-three years ago, at an age when most people are considering retirement, L.P. Hymes (then 67 years-old) began working at the Capital Area Food Bank.
“I really enjoyed the event and was happy to support the food bank’s amazing work in my city.”
Our blog carnival addressing food waste is a great way to open the discussion. Our summit in Northern Virginia on September 27 boasts wonderful panelists — read their blogs and share your thoughts.
Cooperation and collaboration along the value chain can reduce food waste. Here’s how.
It is said that together, people can achieve great things. I cannot think of a greater cause being solved by a greater family. I am truly thankful for my time at the food bank and all the lessons I will surely retain for life.
Being a young adult who aspires to be a woman of action, I loved witnessing all of the results that came from the hard work at the CAFB.