Ryan Lore has been donating his time to the food bank since 1996. “I like to practice selflessness,” he says in this volunteer profile.
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“People in the federal government care about service. That’s why we’re here.”
Ty Lawson decided a long time ago that he wanted to use his talents to serve people in need and not people in restaurants.
Whether he’s playing in New Orleans, Cleveland or Oakland, Super Bowl 44 Champion Usama Young always makes time to volunteer at the Capital Area Food Bank.
Every month we’ll announce new and ongoing volunteer opportunities. Check out what’s in store in May.
The Capital Area Food Bank recently honored volunteers at the annual Volunteer Awards Reception.
This April, we broke ground in two of the main spaces of the Capital Area Food Bank’s Urban Demonstration Garden.
The Capital Area Food Bank extends a heartfelt thank you to Cooking Matters volunteers for their service in facilitating over 160 hours of culinary and nutrition training.