California Association of Food Banks and its food bank members continue to work to ensure that our most vulnerable communities have consistent and safe access to nutritious food.
Our food bank network remains committed to keeping critical food resources moving to people who need them. We remain committed to providing them with the latest information, resources, and guidance. We are monitoring this evolving crisis and responding to ensure we are following the guidelines and recommendations of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and local health departments.
The California Association of Food Banks ensures that food banks get what they need to do what they do best: feed our communities.