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DC’s Capital Area Food Bank Needs Your Help!

I was at my regular volunteer gig at CAFB this morning, and the shelves are BARE, y’all. It’s typical for donations to fall off after the holidays, and more than once, I’ve gotten a call before my June or July … Continue reading

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Walk a Mile in Their Shoes

Last post on #MMCCon (I think). My section of the presentation Peggy Hoffman, Eric Lanke, and I gave on volunteer engagement was about learning to manage volunteers by being a volunteer, aka “Walking a Mile in Their Shoes.” I addressed … Continue reading

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.org Annual Food Drive

Today is the last day of Delcor’s annual .org Food Drive, benefiting the National Capital Area Food Bank here in DC. I quote: 200,000 children in Metropolitan Washington are at risk of hunger – which also puts them at risk … Continue reading

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Friday Top 5

One of the benefits of working for yourself is that you can do cool things like take one morning a month and devote it to volunteer work, which is what I’ve been doing at the National Capital Area Food Bank. … Continue reading

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