Project Affinity partners with local organizations and engages a network of compassionate volunteers and generous donors that desire to contribute to the fabric of society and its betterment. 

To achieve our vision and address food insecurity in the Washington DC and Maryland community, we are focused on increasing access to nutritious food, improving access to community programs that enable self-sufficiency, and developing an advocacy plan for ending hunger.

What is Food Insecurity?

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) defines food insecurity as a lack of of consistent access to enough food for an active, healthy life.

The USDA estimates that 37 million people, including more than 11 million children, in the US were food insecure in 2018. That means 1 in 9 individuals (11.5%) and 1 in 7 children (15.2%) lived in households without consistent access to adequate food.

Heat Map of Food Insecurity in the DMV

Cited from the Capital Area Food Bank