Comidas Para Nuestros Clientes Hispanos

by & filed under En Español, Food Distributions.

Para muchas de las familias que reciben comida del Capital Area Food Bank, el tener acceso a alimentos saludables es clave para cocinar todos los días. Por eso, recientemente el Capital Area Food Bank se ha comprometido tener harina de maíz, frijoles y arroz, accesibles para los Latinoamericanos que servimos.

LULAC, CAFB y Generación Z

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La juventud no se ha olvidado de las necesidad de este mundo. Ayer, llegaron aproximadamente 130 jóvenes hispanos al Capital Area Food Bank, de todas partes de los Estados Unidos, Texas, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, y representando muchos países de Centro América, para ayudarnos a combatir el hambre en esta región.

LULAC, CAFB and Generation Z

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LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens) brought young people between the ages of 13 and 19 and we had the chance to ask them: “What does hunger mean to you?”

These are their responses:

Can Feds Feed Even More Families?

by & filed under Events & Campaigns, Food Drives.

“Hunger happens 24 hours a day, 365 days a year—but giving by the community is often highest between Thanksgiving and New Year’s,” said CAFB President and CEO Nancy E. Roman. “So Feds Feed Families helps us get the resources our neighbors need, when they’re needed.”

The Meals on the Bus Go Round

by & filed under Food Drives, NOVA, Partners.

The Capital Area Food Bank is working all across the metro DC region to provide food for children during the summer – including children who live in areas that are far from the brick and mortar rec centers and other community sites by partnering with Shoppers Food and Pharmacy to take meals on the road.