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Posts Categorized: Food Drives
Bring your canned goods to this Saturday’s match against the Boston Militia.
The Governor’s Bowl Challenge is an important way to address hunger issues facing Virginians.
For over 200,000 children in the Washington metro region struggling with hunger, summer means not having access to school meals.
TE Connectivity took a moment at a recent conference to help residents struggling with hunger.
The 20th Anniversary of the Stamp Out Hunger Food drive kicked off with a breakfast at the National Association of Letter Carrier’s Union Hall in Washington, DC.
Are you looking for a fun and exciting way for your law firm or organization to get involved in the community? Well here’s your chance! The 6th Annual Legal Food Frenzy begins in less than two weeks. Registration for the competition ends on March 30, so act fast! The Office of the Attorney General, the Virginia Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, and… Read more »
Safeway and Coldwell Banker are teaming up to support the Capital Area Food Bank through the 26th Annual Harvest for the Hungry Food Drive. From March 3rd through March 10th, you can help make a difference in the lives of those who suffer from hunger by: Visiting your local Safeway store, purchasing a prefilled bag… Read more »
Two judges from Food Network’s “Chopped” recently visited the P Street Whole Foods Market to purchase food for the Capital Area Food Bank. Chefs Marc Murphy and Amanda Freitag, in partnership with Share Our Strength and Whole Foods, shopped and collected food to help raise awareness of childhood hunger in America. My colleague, Brian Banks,… Read more »
Updated December 21, 2011 From a volunteer perspective: blog post written by Jay Landreth, Volunteer with the Capital Area Food Bank: These Caps fans were feeling loose because of the Thanksgiving Holiday. Thousands of pounds of food walked into the Verizon Center destined for distribution to individuals who were unemployed, under-employed, homeless, struggling to keep their homes… Read more »