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Health & Insurance Benefits
Health Insurance
Life Insurance
Dental Insurance
Temporary Disability Insurance
Long-term Disability Insurance
Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
Capital Area Food Bank offers welfare benefits for their workers. Many members of the American workforce, like Capital Area Food Bank employees, use group health benefits funded by their employer, through which employers typically pay a large portion of their employees' health insurance premiums. These contributions are tax deductible for employers and tax-free for employees. Capital Area Food Bank offers health and dental coverage. Capital Area Food Bank also provides group life insurance, short-term disability insurance for accidents or illness, long-term disability insurance, and death benefits, which cover certain causes of death.

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