In the News
March 7, 2022
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.
Legislation would recognize that nutritious food is fundamental to learning, increase access to freshly prepared school meals for six million […]
This week, we are highlighting the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank. Like all food banks over the past year, the SF-Marin […]
Today, Governor Newsom signed landmark legislation that will help to alleviate the drastic increase in hunger for 600,000 Californians, including […]
Yesterday, the State announced another substantial investment in the social safety net committing up to $75 million for emergency food […]
The term “Food Drive” might elicit a vision of canned food donations filling barrels and boxes to the brim for […]
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.
Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a revised HEROES Act – House Resolution 1753. Our organizations support the HEROES […]
Statment by Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA), California Association of Food Banks and Western Center on Law & Poverty The […]
Today, the President was presented Continuing Resolution (H.R. 8337) after it was passed out of the U.S. House of Representatives […]