A Primer on the Restaurant Meals Program in California, Preventing Hunger Among the Elderly, Disabled & Homeless in the Golden State is a report that aims to improve the understanding and implementation of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program’s (SNAP) restaurant meals … Read more
The Homeless Nutrition Education Toolkit provides homeless service agencies with best practices and lesson plans for nutrition education courses specifically targeted to homeless populations.
Originally from St. Paul, Minnesota, Samantha graduated in 2011 from Wesleyan University with a degree in sociology and environmental studies, concentrating in public health. Samantha has worked as a social studies teacher in Minneapolis, welfare rights intern in East Harlem, hunger outreach worker in Middletown, Connecticut, and prison workshop leader … Read more
Sabrina grew up in San Diego, California and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 2011 with a degree in peace and conflict studies. Sabrina is the co-founder and President of Spread the Word, an academic outreach and mentoring program that empowers under-resourced high school students to pursue higher … Read more
Sacramento Housing Alliance advocates for safe, stable, accessible, and affordable homes in the Sacramento region. SHA builds healthy communities through … Read more
The mission of the Sacramento Hunger Coalition is to reduce hunger and malnutrition by increasing food security and access to … Read more
www.summerlunch.org is a comprehensive website designed to increase participation in the summer lunch program in California. It provides outreach materials, resources, community profiles of model programs, and audio visual clips featuring programs and kids across the state.
MyFoodStamps.org: A United Outreach Effort in California is a web-based resource for outreach workers, food assistance advocates, and potential food stamp clients in California, including a comprehensive guide to the food stamp program created in conjunction with Legal Services of … Read more
Originally from Liberia, Takhani moved to Maryland in 1986. She graduated from Tufts University in 2006 with a degree in Political Science and a minor in African Studies. Highlights of her undergraduate career include a trip to Sierra Leone where she filmed a documentary on amputated war victims titled Voices … Read more
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