January 11, 2022
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.
Demand for food assistance has more than doubled during the COVID-19 pandemic, with nearly 1 in 4 Californians without enough to […]
Expiration dates are a challenge for food banks. With four different ways to determine if food is safe to eat or […]
Californians are no strangers to recycling. In fact, Berkeley started one of the first city collection programs in 1973 by […]