At the Arbor View Apartments in southeast DC, Ms. Clark is on a quiet mission to bring nutritious food to her neighbors who are struggling with hunger, and to boost her community’s health in the process.
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Last year’s WAMU membership campaign helped provide 120,000 wholesome meals to neighbors across Washington and the surrounding Virginia and Maryland suburbs through the Capital Area Food Bank.
How does that happen, you ask?
Are beans, corn flour, and rice among the pantry staples you enjoy cooking with routinely at home? For many of the households served by the Capital Area Food Bank, having access to these healthy foods are key to cooking regularly.
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.
By recognizing partners who are committed to distributing healthy food and pairing it with nutrition resources, we will see a positive impact in the community.
Christel Hair shares an acrostic she made for the lovely Hannah Hawkins.
…For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in…
There were so many things to love about Hannah.
Ms. Hawkins worked tirelessly to address the issue of hunger in Ward 8 and helped launch the CAFB’s From the Ground Up in the Community.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser chose a Joyful Food Market to announce a recent appointment.