The United Planning Organization and the UPO Inspire Foundation continue the Facing Poverty forum with this event on February 25th.
The Capital Area Food Bank sponsors the Brown Bag Program to supplement the existing food budgets for low-income households through the distribution of nutritious food to community pick-up locations.
The Capital Area Food Bank carries out Community Advocacy activities, including the Face Hunger™ workshop, to increase awareness and understanding of hunger and its many causes.
DC Central Kitchen trains homeless and unemployed men and women for the culinary workforce and provides over 4,000 meals every day to partner service agencies in the DC area. The Campus Kitchens Project replicates this model on college and high school campuses nationwide and provides leadership training and experience for students.
The mission of Food & Friends is to foster a community caring for men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-challenging illnesses by preparing and delivering specialized meals and groceries in conjunction with nutrition counseling.
The Capital Area Food Bank co-sponsors From the Ground Up to bring nutritious, fresh produce to communities of all income levels throughout the Washington, D.C. area.
The Capital Area Food Bank coordinates Sister Hook-Up to provide member agencies with donations of edible food items that would otherwise be discarded by local supermarkets.