一月 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.
In March of 2020, tens of thousands of households in Westside Food Bank’s service area suddenly became food insecure, many […]
As the year draws to a close, our food banks are still meeting double the demand for food. Here at […]
Their newest and most popular service is their Farmstand. It consists of market-style shopping that boasts produce, bread, and various […]
“We’re serving lots of people. We’re seeing a different, dynamic demographic of people who are being served. We’re serving more […]
Cabbage is an optimal vegetable crop for farming in Orange County as it can be grown year-round. It is packed […]
CAFB is partnering with LA Care Health Plan to advance their support for organizations providing CalFresh outreach services in LA County. (Please […]
Our conference is BACK.
And it has a name.
Makes progress towards fighting hunger & addressing racial inequities Today, President Biden released the framework for the Build Back Better […]
California Association of Food Banks brings together food banks on the frontlines in first-ever campaign to combat ongoing food insecurity […]