To amplify the voices of those it serves, the
Capital Area Food Bank has convened its first Client Leadership Council
(CLC). The CLC brings together 20 people from across the region with an
array of perspectives and experiences. Participants will take part in a
ten-month advocacy training program aimed at empowering them to serve
as effective agents of change in their communities.
On October 6th, the CLC came together for its first in-person (socially
distant) meeting, where councilmembers shared their stories, heard from
speakers and CAFB staff, and began their journey with advocacy basics.
Stay tuned for more from this inspiring group of individuals.
Click here to learn more about the
Capital Area Food Bank
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