Partner Organizations

Feeding America is the country's largest hunger-relief organization, soliciting and distributing food through a nationwide network of more than 200 certified affiliate food banks, including ours. They work at a national level to educate the public about the problem of hunger in America and to engage support in finding solutions.
 
Providing support to more than 41 food banks throughout California, CAFB is a critical link in supplying the millions of pounds of fresh produce donated by growers through the Farm to Family Program. The CAFB website is a great resource for learning more about hunger in our state, including state policy affecting low-income Californians.
 
The California Budget Project engages in independent fiscal and policy analysis and public education with the goal of improving public policies affecting the economic and social well being of low- and middle-income Californians. Their publications, available online, make excellent reading for those who want to delve deeper into the fiscal and health implications of hunger throughout the state.
 
California Food Policy Advocates is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the health and well being of low-income Californians by increasing their access to nutritious, affordable, and safe food. Keep an eye on their website for urgent call-to-action requests on topics such as the Farm Bill and CalFresh access.
 
The Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) is a national leader in the work to improve public policies to eradicate hunger and under-nutrition in America. FRAC provides clear narratives in areas such as challenges among food stamp programs, ending childhood hunger, and addressing the compound issue of obesity and hunger in low-income populations. 
 
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities is a nonpartisan research organization and policy institute that conducts research and analysis on a range of government policies and programs, with an emphasis on those affecting low- and moderate-income people. Their blog, Off the Charts, tackles such topics such as looming budget cuts, jobs reports, and health policies.