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The Harris Teeter/Washington Nationals Food Drive benefiting the Capital Area Food Bank is this weekend! Fans who bring at least three non-perishable food items to the Center Field Gate on either Saturday or Sunday will receive two tickets to a Nationals home game.
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According to Wikipedia, competitive eating is a sport. I guess that make you an athlete should you accept the challenge in Thursday's Wing Eating Contest at First Down Sports Bar & Grill. Registration fees, donations, and 10% of sales will go toward our awesome new outdoor classroom!
Get your tickets here today! Need a break from the dull work week? Roll up your sleeves and PREPARE TO GET SAUCY! The USGBC National Capital Region Emerging
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Thanks to GIS, we’re putting out some major fires.
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#BigData‬  and excellent staff who can leverage it are helping us close hunger gaps. Read on to learn more.
How one organization used retail company technology to puncture the mystery of today’s poverty.
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Ten years after her passing, Judith Shaffert’s daughter and son-in-law, Robin Shaffert and Dean Brenner, have honored Judy’s commitment to serving 
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The Children of Mine Youth Center Hannah Hawkins helped to improve the lives of countless people and her passion has left an indelible mark on the food bank and the region. 
Ms. Hawkins worked tirelessly to address the issue of hunger in Ward 8 and helped launch the CAFB’s From the Ground Up in the Community.
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Woot to all the ‪#‎foodheroes‬, especially our own Molly McGlinchy! Molly —day in, day out—works with regional food suppliers to ensure perfectly good food is diverted from landfills and given to us. As a result, we are able to supply more communities with healthy food and landfills don't produce as much methane gas. You might also say she is a Climate Change Hero.
50 under 50 #foodheroes transforming metro DC's food systems. Page 4: Healthy food access
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"When you look at the Hunger Heat Map on a computer, it’s immediately apparent where the unaddressed need is. Big red patches cover places like Dale City and Gaithersburg indicating hungry people who aren’t getting served. For the food bank’s executive director Nancy Roman, that visibility makes all the difference."
Metro Connection Segments D.C.'s Once Segregated Public Pools are More Mixed, But for How Long? Are 100-Pound Catfish Coming To The Potomac Or Are They Already Here? The National Theatre Pr
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Sadly, many children in Prince William County miss out on meals and proper nutrition during the summer months. Shoppers Food is helping us put an end to that. #ChildHunger  
From now until the end of the summer, the CAFB’s very own retrofitted school bus will make daily stops at four Prince William County sites to serve lunch to 300 kids.
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Hannah Hawkins had her own children, but no matter who you were, you knew you were a “child of hers.” 
...For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in...
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Tee'd off about hunger? Well, get out the irons and register now for a tourney that supports our hunger relief work http://www.acfncca.org/golf-tournament-2015.html
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Farm to fork at the +Chesapeake Bay Foundation's Clagett Farm CSA. http://ow.ly/NQnR0
Clagett Farm sells roughly half of its produce to customers in the D.C. area and donates the other portion to the CAFB.
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Introduction
We envision a community in which everyone has access to sufficient nutritious food.

Mission
The mission of the Capital Area Food Bank is to feed those who suffer from hunger in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area by acquiring food and distributing it through our network of member agencies; and to educate, empower and enlighten the community about the issues of hunger and nutrition.

Company Overview
Founded in 1980 on Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday, we are the largest, nonprofit hunger and nutrition education resource in the Washington Metropolitan area. Since that time, we have made tremendous strides to expand our services and annually distribute nearly 30 million pounds of food to more than 478,000 people through our invaluable network of partner agencies. We are committed to uplifting those in need, providing the best services possible, and helping those who are without the means to help themselves.

Beginning with the dream of helping to feed area residents who are facing or at risk of hunger, our mission has grown into so much more. The Capital Area Food Bank works to educate, empower and enlighten the community about the issues of hunger and nutrition. Our community-building initiatives, including Kids Cafe, Weekend Bag, Face Hunger, From the Ground Up, Sister Hook-Up, Produce for People, and the Brown Bag Program, educates the community about the importance of healthy diets and advocates for public policies that serve the interests of our constituencies.