The savings provided by this PV system will let CAFB
maximize its budget and concentrate on the important work it does to help feed and educate area residents.
We've seen a 60 percent increase in need over the past year," said David Davenport, CAFB
President and CEO.
is the Washington metro area's largest public, nonprofit food and nutrition education resource.
We want to elevate the idea of a food bank from a dented can thrown in a box to nutritious, fresh food offered along with education and awareness about healthy eating," explains Jodi Balis, a registered dietician with CAFB
Dell continues to raise the bar for corporate and employee community involvement," says Michael Guerra, deputy executive director of CAFB
Local restaurants Napoleon Bistro & Lounge, Peacock Cafe and Tuscana West will donate 10 percent of their proceeds to the CAFB
on September 14 in support of Skip Lunch Feed A Bunch.
WASHINGTON, May 26, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Lynn Brantley, President and CEO of the Capital Area Food Bank (CAFB
), announced that Kaiser Permanente Foundation of the Mid-Atlantic States has awarded the CAFB
a $350,000 grant to fund its "Healthy Food Access in Action" program, a two-year initiative to increase the distribution of healthy food to low-income communities in the Washington metro area.
Perret and Legerity have been outstanding corporate partners for the Food Bank," said Dan Pruett, CAFB
deputy executive director.
is the metro area's largest public, nonprofit food and nutrition education resource.
provides food assistance to 48,000 people every week and serves 21 counties in Central Texas.
At Deloitte's 11th Annual IMPACT Day on June 11 - a celebration that symbolizes the organization's year-round commitment to service - Solomon participated in a Deloitte-hosted workshop with the CAFB
in the Greater Washington, D.
Food banks across the National Capital Region are reporting record numbers of families, children, individuals and first-time visitors seeking food assistance; and the CAFB
has seen a 25 percent increase in demand over 2006.