July 27, 2022
Today, the United States Department of Food and Agriculture announced California’s Local Food Purchase Assistance Cooperative Agreement (LFPA) at the […]
On Wednesday, the House Committee on Labor and EducationChairman Bobby Scott (D-VA) released the much anticipated Healthy Meals, Healthy Kids […]
Makes Ongoing Investments in California’s Anti-Hunger Programs Last night, Governor Newsom signed the 2022 Budget Act (SB/AB 178). This Budget […]
Today, the Keep Kids Fed Act was enacted. This critical legislation will help mitigate a summer hunger crisis, support access […]
The Budget, as proposed, includes just half of food resources needed to support California food banks in feeding Californians through […]
Earlier this week, the Senate released their powerful Senate Budget Plan. We applaud Senator Skinner, Pro Tem Atkins, and the […]
The U.S. Public Health Emergency extension is a critical step toward averting another hunger crisis during the ongoing pandemic. On […]
The weight of international conflict is heavy. In acknowledging the violence in Ukraine, it should not be overlooked that hunger is a weapon of war.
Governor Newsom’s budget blueprint proposes over 1 billion dollars for realizing the vision for School Meals for All, broadening access to food benefits for older adults regardless of immigration status, and expanding the impact of critical anti-poverty programs like CalWORKS and the Young Child Tax Credit. These and other proposals are a promising and significant step toward a hunger-free California for all.
As the year draws to a close, our food banks are still meeting double the demand for food. Here at […]