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Media Coverage

December 15, 2014 – – The TD Charitable Foundation Supports Food Pantries As Need Among Working Americans Increases

December 12, 2014 – Fox 5 DC – Stuff-A-Truck – DC News Fox 5 DC WTTG

December 12, 2014 – EIN News – Will You Eat There? Chefs cook with Capital Area Food Bank’s most-wanted ingredients

December 12, 2014 – The All Access Music Group – CBS Radio D.C. Helps ‘Stuff-a-Truck’ For Food Bank

December 12, 2014 – WNEW-FM – Capital Area Food Bank Hosts 13th Annual ‘Stuff-A-Truck’ Food Drive

December 12, 2014 – WFLD-TV – Stuff-A-Truck: Food bank has several programs focused on kids


News Releases

10/24/2014 – Wizards Players & Military Personnel to Volunteer at the Capital Area Food Bank
As part of NBA Cares and the league’s commitment to service, Washington Wizards head coach Randy Wittman, players Dejuan Blair, Bradley Beal, Marcin Gortat, Kris Humphries, Glen Rice, Garrett Temple and Martell Webster will be joined by military personnel, Wizard Girls, G-Wiz and local students from Browne Educational Campus to help pack bags for the Capital Area Food Bank’s Weekend Bag Program, which ensures that nearly 2,000 children have food to eat over the weekend when they don’t have access to school meals.

10/20/2014 – Capital Area Food Bank Participates in the Child and Adult Care Food Program
Following a long tradition, the Capital Area Food Bank announced that it will once again provide a feeding program to children and adults throughout the Washington metro area. The Child and Adult Care Food Program, for which the food bank will be an acting program sponsor, is funded by the US Deptment of Agriculture.

9/26/2014 – Capital Area Food Bank Hosts Northern Virginia Hunger Summit
The Capital Area Food Bank is hosting its 11th Annual Northern Virginia Hunger Summit that will highlight the food bank’s commitment to health and wellness as among its primary strategic goals. The summit will convene food experts and practitioners to identify best practices and barriers for individuals who want to take control of their health through home cooking. Attendees will then be treated to a live cook-off, featuring four local chefs competing to make the tastiest meal using CAFB ingredients.


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Feeding America Lock up: There are two options when using the “A member of Feeding America” lock up.

You can use a logo that already has the lock up:

Or you can place the Feeding America tag yourself, which allows for more flexibility. When choosing this option, “A Member of Feeding America” should always be 50 percent of our logo and appear in the lower right corner, as seen below:

Formats: The CAFB logo is available in JPEG and EPS, also known as hi-res formats. We should always include “A Member of Feeding America”, which should be 50 percent of our logo and appear in the lower right.

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