Volunteer leaders play a crucial part for ensuring kids at risk of hunger receive nutritious food.
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Recently, 30 partners of the Capital Area Food Bank which run Weekend Bag and Kids Cafe® programs, participated in a “Proposal Writing and Budgeting Basics” training.
Often times, families with children are unable to partake in fun summer treats, because they’re too busy making sure they have food in the first place.
Entering into an exciting 2013, I want to take the opportunity to remember the special events our sites were given over the holidays.
As a part of our new Empowerment Program, CAFB is excited to launch the Promoting Healthy Foods to Kids and Parents workshop.
FedEx team members, working alongside CAFB staff, demonstrated how to make a fruit salad using ingredients included in a typical Weekend Bag.
The Capital Area Food Bank’s Food For Kids Manager Grace Lichaa took to the airwaves on the Food Network show Chopped.
The Vansville Community Center is one of 14 new recreation centers offering after-school meals in Maryland under the sponsorship of the Capital Area Food Bank.
Our leaders and policymakers must continue providing critical nutrition to families in need at critical times: pregnancy, postpartum, and the first weeks and years of a child’s life.
Help us get the candidates to address child poverty in the United States by tweeting a prepared message to Bob Schieffer.