The Washington Mystics basketball team took their game off-court to help pack and sort food at the Capital Area Food Bank.
Posts Categorized: Volunteering
Northern Virginia businesses are stepping up to help nourish individuals and families at risk of hunger.
Our teaching kitchen allows our partners to expand their culinary horizons, while learning how to eat healthy on a budget.
Looking for a fresh New Year’s Resolution that will leave you feeling great? Two women talk about how easy it is to be Neighborhood Captains.
What does Fox5’s Tony Perkins like best about the annual Stuff-A-Truck event?
Would you like to give the gift of your time? It will make you feel warm and fuzzy inside. Here’s how.
Ryan Lore has been donating his time to the food bank since 1996. “I like to practice selflessness,” he says in this volunteer profile.
Oxtail Soup? Tux & tails? It’s Empty Bowls, and the British are coming!
We’ve got fresh new ways for you to help solve hunger … together!
“People in the federal government care about service. That’s why we’re here.”