Crowdfunding helps the Capital Area Food Bank fund hunger relief efforts in an engaging and meaningful way.
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After 34 years, CAFB is reaching more people in more locations than ever before and relying on volunteers to do so.
Last week, lifeguards from across the world came together to raise a record 833 pounds of food that they donated to the food bank!
The Dunkin’ Donuts & Baskin-Robbins Community Foundation recently presented the Capital Area Food Bank with a check for $20,000.
Earlier this month, Convergint Technologies, a Lanham, Maryland technology firm, made a big difference in Lorton.
Volunteers make the Capital Area Food Bank go ‘round!
The Capital Area Food Bank is a proud supporter of the LGBTQ community, and is honored to participate in many efforts spearheaded by this community every year.
Northern Virginia businesses are stepping up to help nourish individuals and families at risk of hunger.
We are grateful to the American Association of Medical Colleges for their generous gift!
As we approach our 33rd anniversary, we’d like to take a moment during this holiday season and say “thank you” to our community “staples.”