CAFB food assistance partners are not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organizations that are passionate and prepared to serve the community. Our vibrant network of nonprofit partners is what makes our work possible.
Partners receive food and health education materials from the food bank and distribute them through the Washington metropolitan area to help create access to good, healthy food in every community. There are all types of food assistance partners. They include organizations that offer food-related services like meal and grocery programs, along with organizations that focus on job training and housing assistance. The food bank supplies the food so that these organizations can focus their resources on other services.
Becoming a Partner
The food bank is always seeking to partner with nonprofit organizations that can help us better serve our neighbors throughout the region. If you’re interested in learning more about becoming a CAFB partner, click below!
The food bank has an array of resources available for our current partners. Click below to learn more!
Benefits of Partnership
The Capital Area Food Bank’s nonprofit Food Assistance Partners receive access to food, training, and more in support of their work.
- Order food from CAFB
- Receive free government commodities through the USDA/TEFAP program
- Connect with local grocery and retail stores through Partner Direct
- Learn the basics with Shopping 101 and Partnership 101