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AOBA Fall Food Drive Benefits Capital Area Food Bank

The Apartment and Office Building Association (AOBA) of Metropolitan Washington--in partnership with the area’s property management community--collectively gathered more than 2,000 items of much needed food from generous residents to give to the Capital Area Food Bank (CAFB), rated as one of the “20 Best Charities” in the region. 

AOBA’s Fall Food Drive--a region-wide community outreach project--engaged approximately 150 buildings (both commercial office buildings and residential apartment communities) in collecting non-perishable food items during the first two weeks of October. 

To make this project possible, AOBA had the strong support of volunteers and generous firms that donated trucks to deliver boxes of food to the CAFB. Special thanks to: Acadia Windows & Doors; Associated Building Maintenance; Boland; Daycon Products Co., LSR Refinishing; Pritchard Industries; and Scoops to U. 

AOBA Members Participating in Food Drive:

ABM Onsite Services; Akridge; Allied Barton; Boston Properties; Brookfield; Capitol Concierge; Carr Properties; Cushman & Wakefield; Fidelity Engineering; Foulger-Pratt; Grady Management; Greystar; JLL; Kettler Management; The Lenkin Company Management; SR Refinishing; Management Services Corporation; Minkoff Company; Paramount Group; Piedmont Office Realty Trust; Penzance; Shapiro & Company; The Bernstein Companies; The Tower Companies; UIP Contractors; VITO Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning; Vornado/Charles E. Smith