Whole Foods Market Championing Hunger - Capital Area Food Bank
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Whole Foods Market Championing Hunger

By Molly McGlinchy January 18, 2012

As we gear up for Blue Jeans Ball in a few months, we cannot help but acknowledge sponsors that make this great event possible. See the full listing here.
However, our Boot-Cut sponsor, Whole Foods Market, has not only generously provided for the occasion, but they continue to fight hunger with us on a consistent basis.
Just in the past year, Whole Foods Market has:

As we face a great need in the region, we are honored to have Whole Food Markets partner with us in closing the meal gap. Their extraordinary efforts in 2011 and continuing into 2012 demonstrates a valuable community partnership that helps us as we expand our reach within the Washington metropolitan area.

And on the eve of receiving Old Town’s Grab-&-Give donation, we’re happy to have Ken Meyer, President of Whole Food Market Mid-Atlantic Region share similar sentiments with us:

It is with distinct pleasure and honor that Whole Foods Market Mid-Atlantic makes a contribution to Capital Area Food Bank. In 1980, both Whole Foods Market and Capital Area Food Bank set out with a mission and goal that rang and still rings true to their core values. We are proud to be aligned with an organization with a bolstering soul that resonates in the community and acts as a quality resource to the Washington Metropolitan area. We believe passionately in supporting the communities we serve and organizations that align with our enthusiastic spirit and principles. With our sponsorship of the 2012 Blue Jeans Ball, we look forward to continuing our long-lasting commitment and prosperous relationship with the Capital Area Food Bank.