The holiday spirit was in full effect as community members came out in droves and collected a total of 23,435 pounds of food for residents in need during this year’s 14th annual Stuff-A-Truck.
After the season of giving ends, volunteers are still needed at the Capital Area Food Bank! We are especially in need of volunteers on weekdays in January at our DC distribution center, to help sort and pack all of these donations we received over the holidays.
We’re grateful to Harris Teeter for all it’s doing to assist the food bank and the mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, and grandparents that we serve!
Solving a problem begins with understanding it. So two years ago, the food bank set about creating a digital map to help us better understand regional hunger.
Driving for the Capital Area Food Bank for the past five years has opened my eyes to the tremendous need in our area.
Today is Giving Tuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back. Our friends at Safelite AutoGlass have graciously pledged to double the gift you make today.
It’s that time of year again – time to help the Capital Area Food Bank Stuff-A-Truck!
Every year around Thanksgiving, national, 1regional and local media outlets shine a light on the issue of hunger and what is being done to solve it.
As a Next Gen food bank, we’re always on the lookout for forward-thinking partners to help us get food to the community in smart and effective ways.
The CAFB’s Family Market at Manassas Park High School, where we offer fruits, vegetables, and groceries free of charge to parents of students at the school, is a great example of a community working together to solve hunger.