Do hungry people eat at the Capital Area Food Bank?
No. CAFB Partner Agencies – including soup kitchens, church food pantries, neighborhood centers, halfway houses, family crisis shelters, hospice programs and low-income daycare facilities – provide CAFB food and grocery products to their clients. Through the network of Partner Agencies, nearly 300,000 people receive food assistance each year. More than 35,000 people per week access emergency food assistance.