The Capital Area Food Bank applauds and thanks Mayor Muriel Bowser and her administration for their commitment to the health of DC residents.
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When people ask me why I got into the restaurant business, two things immediately come to mind – food and community.
Every year, the food bank teams up with two farms to offer this grant opportunity to nine of our food assistance partners.
Empty Bowls – Springfield has been postponed due to the winter weather warning to Thursday, March 12.
Mark your calendars for the Capital Area Food Bank’s 12th Annual Blue Jeans Ball!
Giving to the Capital Area Food Bank during the holiday season is simple and easy. And, it can help brighten a family’s holiday.
We’ll be at four Giant Food locations around the Washington metro area tomorrow December 12 from 6am – 8 pm, collecting food and funds to feed the over half a million residents who rely on the food bank to feed their families.
Today is #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to the true spirit of giving.
Please come out to one of the four sites for Stuff-A-Truck, and bring nonperishable food items to donate for the nearly 700,000 residents struggling with hunger in our area.
Despite the frigid temperatures, WHUR listeners and the entire metro region community came out to help feed families during the Thanksgiving holidays.