The Capital Area Food Bank recently honored volunteers at the annual Volunteer Awards Reception.
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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.
Every month we’ll announce new and ongoing volunteer opportunities. Check out what’s in store in April.
Volunteer Chef Kate Sherwood is integral in providing CAFB partners with healthy, affordable recipes.
CAFB recently welcomed students from Thurgood Marshall Academy Mentor Day and their mentors to the food bank for a day of food, fun and service.
Volunteer leaders play a crucial part for ensuring kids at risk of hunger receive nutritious food.
Recently, 30 partners of the Capital Area Food Bank which run Weekend Bag and Kids Cafe® programs, participated in a “Proposal Writing and Budgeting Basics” training.
Volunteers are critically needed to feed kids involved in our Weekend Bag Program. Graduate school students from PricewaterhouseCoopers’ internship program stepped up to ensure they were all fed.
Through the AmeriCorps CAN food drive, volunteers, current AmeriCorps members and alumni raised over 1,000 pounds of food for the Capital Area Food Bank throughout the month of February.