CAFB is ready for 2009 – Wanna join us?

December 29, 2008 § Leave a comment

The New Year is…this week! It’s set to be an exciting and interesting year, and we’re ready and committed to do our part.

Want to join us? Here are some cool ways you can partner with the Food Bank to nourish hungry Central Texans.

Spread the word. Become a CAFB Advocate.
Join our online community and sign up for Action Alerts. We love social networking, so recruit your friends to join our Facebook, Flickr and YouTube pages. You can also find some of us Food Bankers on Twitter!

Get an inside look at how the Food Bank operates, and join the crew in getting food to those in need. To volunteer, click here.

Use your voice to engage our community in ending hunger through the Food Bank Ambassador Program. Speak on CAFB’s behalf at community events, fairs and other public engagement opportunities. Email Marenna Montague, Volunteer Resources VISTA, at

img_0162Stretch your charitable dollar.
With every $5 donated, CAFB can provide $25 worth of nutritious food to hungry Central Texans. Donate today.

Does your workplace match charitable gifts? It’s a great way to double your impact!

Make a sustained impact all year long through recurring gifts. Visit our website for more information.

storiesHave fun with a purpose.
Host a party, sporting event, get-together or food drive with your co-workers, school, club, place of worship or at home. For more information about Food and Fund Drives, click here.

We hope to see you in 2009. Cheers!


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