Farm to Family
August 10, 2021
We do not offer food. Here’s where you can find food.
For one client, SLO Food Bank literally changed their life. A mother of a 2-year-old shared…
During the pandemic, the Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano pivoted their service to include drive-thru distributions, increase the […]
The California Association of Food Banks is thrilled to announce that Maria Houlne has joined us as the new Director of our Farm to Family program.
After leading Farm to Family for seven years, Steve Linkhart is leaving the California Association of Food Banks. During Steve’s time at CAFB, he’s grown the Farm to Family program into a national model that ensures access to high quality produce for food banks across the state, while supporting farmers and preventing food loss.
As Californians, we’re lucky to live in a state that grows an abundance and variety of fresh fruits and vegetables – more than […]
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to pose serious health and economic threats across our entire state, Governor Newsom and the […]
This has been a big year for the Farm to Family program, as we are on track to close with 165 […]
FROM THERE In my three-year tenure as the Food Resourcing Development Coordinator at Alameda County Community Food Bank (ACCFB), my […]
On September 26, 60 food bankers representing 30 member food banks converged at CAFB’s Annual Member Meeting in Oakland’s historic […]
Four months ago, the Farm to Family team implemented URoute as their Transportation Management System, and they are already seeing […]