At the Arbor View Apartments in southeast DC, Ms. Clark is on a quiet mission to bring nutritious food to her neighbors who are struggling with hunger, and to boost her community’s health in the process.
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The Capital Area Food Bank recently helped to get 13,000 liters of clean water to residents of Flint, Michigan during the water crisis there.
Like the CAFB, the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences is making cooking at home easy.
The CAFB is committed to strengthening the seniors in our region and empowering them to be a voice in their communities.
Knowing whether your services are being used efficiently is the best way for a non-profit organization to stay on top of its game.
As the Capital Area Food Bank prepares for its annual spring conference, we are reminded of those we serve.
A comprehensive survey of the community and food bank clients set to wrap up in 2014 is already underway.
We’re happy to welcome three people who have committed themselves to one year of service to the food bank as AmeriCorps volunteers by way of the Episcopal Service Corps.