The Verizon Center was buzzing with activity as nearly 600 volunteers gathered to pack 12,500 bags of food for the Capital Area Food Bank’s Weekend Bag Program on June 17.
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After experiencing hunger as a child, Ranell Davis decided to open up a pantry to make sure that others would not go hungry in her NE DC community.
The Capital Area Food Bank recently helped to get 13,000 liters of clean water to residents of Flint, Michigan during the water crisis there.
Snow days are many things – an opportunity for winter adventure, a parent’s worst nightmare, a time to catch up on your Netflix queue. But for the vulnerable residents of the Washington, DC region, snow days present a real and present threat.
The Heat Map allows the CAFB to look at communities we serve by location, identify gaps and target hunger interventions.
We are excited to explore the breadth of our fruits and vegetables distribution through our new interactive infographic.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser chose a Joyful Food Market to announce a recent appointment.
The CAFB is proud to join forces with the AAMC to help ensure children throughout the region have proper nutrition and access to healthful meals daily.
The demand for produce spans all income brackets, yet the proliferation of farmer’s markets does not mean increased access to fresh produce for all.
More than 500 people attended the first MCPS Family Market Day at Kennedy High School.