Of the 444 non-profit partners that receive food from the CAFB to distribute in their community, the following 29 have demonstrated their commitment to providing healthy food and nutrition education to the communities they serve:
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By recognizing partners who are committed to distributing healthy food and pairing it with nutrition resources, we will see a positive impact in the community.
In addition to food distribution, we take pride in empowering our partners through our teaching kitchen, nutrition programs and a variety of other resources.
The Metropolitan Area Hunger Conference brings together those invested — either professionally or socially — in eradicating hunger.
National Foundation to End Senior Hunger Founder Enid Borden offers an inspiring mix of pragmatism, optimism and outrage.
A3 provides free training for community nonprofits designed to help them take their feeding programs or organizations to the next level.
Rent-A-Center recently matched a $5,000 donation from an anonymous donor and donated 35 new Kenmore freezers.
Over 60 representatives from 25 CAFB partner agencies across the Washington, DC metro area gathered at Jericho City of Praise in Landover, MD for two full days of training.
The one-day summit will help partner agencies incorporate nutrition into their feeding programs and offer distribution techniques.
In the past year, the food bank has shifted into high gear as more staff members are riding their bikes to work, proving that spinning your wheels really can get you somewhere.