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Corporate Engagement

Through the help of local businesses and corporations, we can help our neighbors thrive today and build brighter futures tomorrow by addressing the root causes of hunger.

Our partners in the business sector are transforming our region and making our community stronger.

Local and national companies are essential partners in our work. From mobilizing employee volunteers to sponsoring cause-marketing campaigns to investing in our groundbreaking program pilots, small businesses as well as organizations with a global reach are helping to make real change in our local communities. We’re thankful for the corporations that support us today and we’re eager to start the conversation with other businesses that want to make a positive and lasting impact on our dynamic region.

How we help the community

The Capital Area Food Bank is the leader of the region’s hunger relief infrastructure. Every year, we help our more than 450 nonprofit food assistance partners provide over 30 million meals to people in need. In addition, our groundbreaking Food+ program pilots provide a vision for addressing the root causes of hunger, solving the problem of food insecurity in our region, and empowering more people to participate in and benefit from our growing regional economy.

See the impact we have

Learn about our Food+ programs

How your business can help

If your corporation wants to make a difference in the Washington, D.C., region, our data-driven, client-centric programs and pilots offer exceptional opportunities for innovative funding partnerships. We also offer volunteer days for employees, so that your entire business can play a role in helping people in need. You can even host a virtual food drive through your organization, a popular way to engage and support the community.

Discover volunteer opportunities for corporate groups.

Host a digital food drive.

Learn about the multiple ways to donate funds.

Partnerships make it possible.

Our partners make it possible to help tens of thousands of people throughout the Washington, D.C., region. We’re grateful for their incredible support.