1 in 3 of our DMV neighbors struggles with hunger. Surprised?
In a community as wealthy as ours, no one should go hungry. Hunger impacts everyone, from individuals to families to seniors.
Meet Your Neighbors
Estella – Chantilly, VA
A student. An employee. A single mother of three.
Estella is studying to improve her children’s futures,
but she’s struggling to put food on the table today.
Cheryl – Silver Spring, MD
A former telephone switchboard operator, Cheryl worked all of her life. She never thought she’d need the food bank until an illness forced her into early retirement.
Shauna – Washington, DC
Shauna cares for her three special-needs
children from their one-bedroom apartment.
While love is abundant in her home, food is not.
Chris – Fairfax, VA
After some health challenges, Chris found himself facing hunger. Food assistance helped get him back on track with a job and a brighter future ahead.
The Facts About Hunger In Our Region
Dig deep into the numbers in the Capital Area Food Bank’s 2023 Hunger Report.
We’re proud to partner with these organizations to raise awareness about hunger in our region through this campaign.