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CAFB Community Partners

By Lynn Brantley October 4, 2010

Fall is upon us and the days are getting shorter.  Although the season’s change, the needs of our neighbors struggling to get enough food to eat remains constant.  The need for the Capital Area Food Bank and our partner agencies is greater than ever. 
We are thankful to all of our community partners that have risen to the challenge to help us feed those in need.  Without the support of the community, the food bank could not distribute more than 27 million pounds of food annually and ensure that all may eat. 
Recently, Tyson Foods delivered a truckload of protein as part of their 10th Anniversary of hunger relief.  The donation of protein helps us distribute quality, nutritious food to the community. 

Through a grant, Walmart donated a truck that will enable us to pick-up and distribute more food.

We also have one of our Operation Frontline chefs, Molly Pisula, participating in the Sears Chef Challenge, which aims to find the nation’s next up and coming chef while raising money for the nation’s food banks.  Pisula selected the food bank as her charity of choice and if she wins, $5000 will go to the CAFB. 
We could not operate without the support and efforts of our amazing community partners.  Thank you!