At the Capital Area Food Bank, reducing food waste is part of our operational model and our organizational DNA.
While the rain may have put a damper on Independence Day plans for some, garden is thriving!
Senior leaders in Kelsey Apartments establish a caring community that feeds souls and bodies.
This week, we are enjoying berries, eggplant, radishes, nasturtiums, peppers, beets, and collards from our Urban Demonstration Garden.
The CAFB is now distributing more healthy fruits and vegetables like kale and cabbage to residents struggling with hunger,
Giant Food made a special donation of 10,000 – that’s right – 10,000 red apples to the Capital Area Food Bank on Tuesday.
As the summer growing season nears its peak, there are more colors, smells and tastes to enjoy.
Christel Hair shares an acrostic she made for the lovely Hannah Hawkins.
The CAFB’s very own retrofitted school bus is now making daily stops in Prince William County.
Legal community comes together to file an injunction against hunger.