Thirty-four years ago today, the Capital Area Food Bank was founded on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday…
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“People in the federal government care about service. That’s why we’re here.”
Learn how the Capital Area Food Bank is responding to this disaster.
Safeway’s annual Round Up Hunger campaign is well on its way to proving that a little change can go a long way to combat hunger.
As a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the founding date selected by the CAFB organizers was his birthday, January 15.
Nancy Roman embodies the skills and experience necessary to continue the tradition of excellence and innovation so critical to the future of the Capital Area Food Bank.
Nearly 32 years ago, Lynn J. Brantley stepped into the role of heading a tiny organization facing an apparently insurmountable problem.
Lynn Brantley, President and CEO of the Capital Area Food Bank and the leader of hunger relief movement in the Washington metro area since 1980, will be retiring at the end of this year.
As she was completing her junior year at Maryland’s Bethesda Chevy Chase High School, Madisson Tully began exploring ideas for a summer project that would involve her family and friends and benefit the community.
Capital Area Food Bank COO Mark McCaffrey provided keynote remarks during the 2nd Annual DoD Feds Feed Families “Cover the Map” Rally.