Former Washington Capitals star Peter Bondra and fellow hockey fans volunteered their time before presenting a $10,000 check to the Capital Area Food Bank.
Posts Categorized: Volunteering
Every month we’ll announce new and ongoing volunteer opportunities. Check out what’s in store in November.
To meet the increased need for volunteers, we’re trying harder than ever to make the volunteer experience as inviting and convenient as possible.
It’s sometimes a challenge to find an hour or two in our busy schedules to volunteer. Imagine trying to squeeze in the time during your spouse’s senate campaign.
We’re happy to welcome three people who have committed themselves to one year of service to the food bank as AmeriCorps volunteers by way of the Episcopal Service Corps.
As she was completing her junior year at Maryland’s Bethesda Chevy Chase High School, Madisson Tully began exploring ideas for a summer project that would involve her family and friends and benefit the community.
Among the many new capabilities of our new distribution center, there is a fantastic space dedicated to volunteers.
As demonstrated by the fourth grade students at Immanuel Bible School, volunteering can be done by people of all ages.
Super Bowl 44 Champion, Cleveland Browns Free Safety and friend of the food bank, Usama Young, took a break from his busy schedule to help sort and pack food at the food bank’s Northeast facility.
It is with great pleasure that the food bank welcomes players from our hometown Major League Baseball team, the Washington Nationals, for an annual visit to our headquarters and warehouse at 12 pm today.