Documentary: CAFB Volunteers share the impact of their experience.

December 14, 2010 § Leave a comment

Beyond providing the community with the opportunity for the physical act of “community service”,  our greatest role is that of inspirer.  If after an afternoon volunteering in Product Recovery sorting cans, or volunteering at one of our signature events, you find yourself talking or thinking about the causes and possible solution to the hunger crisis, then we’re on the right track.

Ryan Jackson, photojournalism major at the University of Texas at Austin, recently produced this documentary on CAFB’s volunteer program.

Did your volunteer experience spark a larger hunger discussion? Tell us about it.

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