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California State Treasurer Fiona Ma's Food Access List
Last updated: 10/14/2020
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Type of ResourceAgencyProgram NameWebsiteProgram SummaryDesignated Senior Shopping HoursContact PersonContact EmailPhone Number
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Food Bank/Food PantryCalifornia Association of Food BanksFood Bank Locatorhttp://www.cafoodbanks.org/find-food-bankIn addition to connecting you with food banks, this tool can also show you other types of food assistance programs. Enter your zip code in the tool to find information about programs and resources in your county.
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Food Bank/Food PantrySecond HarvestHealthy foods to communitiesshfb.orgLeading each community to make sure anyone that needs a healthy meal gets one.
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Food Bank/Food PantryInland Valley Hope PartnersFood security programhttp://www.inlandvalleyhopepartners.org/uploads/FoodSecurityProgramInformationSheet.pdfThe Food Security Program is an emergency food pantry operated by the Inland Valley Hope Partners, which is a non-profit organization supported by faith communities and numerous affiliated groups throughout the Pomona / Inland Valley. ALL SERVICES are provided with NO CHARGE TO THE RECIPIENT. Services are provided WITHOUT REGARD to race, citizenship status, color, religion, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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Food Bank/Food PantrySacramento Food Bank & Family Servicessacramentofoodbank.orgSacramento Food Bank & Family Services is currently partnered with over 220 local agencies to distribute food to individuals and families in under-served areas throughout Sacramento County.
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Food Bank/Food PantryImperial Valley Food Bankhttp://www.ivfoodbank.com/The Imperial Valley Food Bank distributes food to the community primarily through neighbor sites and local agencies. Due to the closure of many of these locations and the surge in food needed during the COVID-19 outbreak, the Food Bank will help new families to our programs by appointment only. Call 760-370-0966 to make an appointment.(760) 370-0966
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Food Bank/Food PantryHumboldt County Food BankFood for Peoplehttps://www.foodforpeople.org/Food for People is designated as the Food Bank for Humboldt county and coordinates distribution of food countywide through a variety of hunger relief programs. See the official website for all the programs offered
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Food Bank/Food PantryYuba-Sutter Food Bankhttps://feedingys.org/The goal is to assist the clients in a healthier lifestyle, alleviate hunger amoung the disadvantaged and elderly, gleaning of surplus food from every available source for the distribution among charitable organizations and disadvantaged persons in a fair and equitable manner. No recipient are ever required to pay, it is provided free of charge to the food bank.
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Food Bank/Food PantryStockton/San Joaquin Emergency Food BankThe Emergency Food Bank http://www.stocktonfoodbank.org/Get-Food/CoronavirusThere are a variety of food assistance programs available in San Joaquin County for families, individuals, and seniors. The Food Bank also provides food products to partner pantries throughout the County, numerous non-profit agencies, community based organizations, and to events related to healthy living and nutrition. The Food Bank also provides a service to grocery stores, food processors, farmers and reclamation distribution centers by taking excess or usable foods that would otherwise be thrown away. Additionally, the EFB serves as a job training site by providing a place for the community to learn basic job skills, including warehouse operations, truck operation, data entry, and clerical office skills.info@StocktonFoodBank.org(209) 464-0309
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Food Bank/Food PantryCarmichael Food Closethttps://carmichaelpres.org/mission-outreach/carmichael-food-closet/During the COVID-19 pandemic, must call 916-483-9232 between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon to request food. Pick up food between 2:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on the day you call.(916) 483-9232
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Food Bank/Food PantryFallbrook Food Pantry"No Touch" Servicehttps://www.fallbrookfoodpantry.org/Fallbrook Food Pantry has served low -income and disadvantaged families since 1991. Available to the community 5 days a week, we offer a well-balanced selection of food, promoting wellness for every individual in our community. *Beginning MONDAY MARCH 16, 2020, the Fallbrook Food Pantry is making its food distributions
a “NO TOUCH" service. Food can be picked up at ​140 N. Brandon Road, Fallbrook, MONDAY-FRIDAY 9:30AM-12:30PM.
info@fallbrookfoodpantry.org(760) 728-7608
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Food Bank/Food PantryAlameda Food Bankalamedafoodbank.orgIn these unprecedented times, the Alameda Food Bank is committed to providing healthy, nutritious food to those in need within our community – as we have done for 43 years. The layoffs and business closures happening all over the island mean that we’re seeing more clients than ever before. This page is designed to keep you up-to-date on what’s happening with us, how you can get food, and how you can help. Check back often as the situation changes.director@alamedafoodbank.org 510-523-5850
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Food Bank/Food PantryFriends in DeedFriends in Deed Food Pantryhttp://friendsindeedpas.org/fid/what-we-do/our-programs/the-food-pantry/The Food Pantry provides food assistance to low-income and no-income families in the greater Pasadena/Altadena area. Our households are made up of “working poor” individuals, senior citizens and people with disabilities on fixed incomes, and those who are experiencing homelessness. The Friends in Deed Food Pantry is located in Pasadena and is open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 10 AM-3 PM, and Thursdays, from 10 AM-1 PM.
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Food Bank/Food PantryModoc HarvestModoc Harvest Food Hubmodocharvest.orgModoc Harvest Food Hub is a community of food producers in Modoc County, California and Washoe County, Nevada. The Food Hub works together to provide a safe, consistent supply of cost-effective, high-quality local food to stores, restaurants, and individual consumers in and around Surprise Valley and Alturas.Owen Segerstrom and Hannah Curcio
foodhub@modocharvest.org
(530) 278-8784
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Food Bank/Food PantryContra Costa Food Bankfoodbankccs.org/get-help/foodbycity.htmlChoose the city you live in to see a list of Food Bank programs and services available. We can also help you find emergency food at one of our partner pantries or soup kitchens (not listed here). In addition, you may qualify for CalFresh and the Food Bank can help you apply.info@foodbankccs.org
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Food Bank/Food PantryYolo Food BankYolo Food Bank COVID-19 Relief Fundyolofoodbank.orgThe COVID-19 crisis has increased demand for food assistance in Yolo County by more than 60%, and Yolo Food Bank is responding. Distributing approximately 800,000 pounds of food countywide per month. Providing nutrition safely to 6,000 senior citizens and other vulnerable residents. Ensuring daily meals for at-risk homeless sheltered in local motel rooms. Expanding and adapting distributions, including drive-through access locations.info@yolofoodbank.org(530) 668-0690
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Food Bank/Food PantryCalifornia Department of Social ServicesList of Food Banks https://www.cdss.ca.gov/food-banksVarious food banks from different counties throughout state of California.Food Banks throughout California provide United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) commodities for distribution to eligible individuals and households within their respective service areas. In order to be eligible for USDA commodities, an individual or household must reside in the geographical area being served and meet established income guidelines. To connect with the food programs that can provide assistance, please see the list on the official website listed.
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Food Bank/Food PantryCalifornia Food PantriesList of Food Pantrieswww.foodpantries.orgList of pantries in your area.
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Food Bank/Food PantryFood Pantries Near Mehttps://www.foodpantriesnear.me/Food Pantries Near Me is an online search function. Enter your zip code to locate pantries near you.
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Food Bank/Food PantryTwin Lakes Food Bankhttps://www.twinlakesfoodbank.org/Twin Lakes Food Bank (TLFB) continues its mission to provide food and support to our neighbors experiencing food scarcity in the midst of the declared national emergency due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). TLFB is offering Drive-Thru Grocery Pick-up: Tuesday-Thursday 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM.(916) 985-6232
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Food Bank/Food PantrySt. Joseph Pantry Shelfhttps://saintjoeparish.org/st-joseph-pantry-shelf-0St. Joseph Pantry Shelf is an equal opportunity provider of food to local low-income families and individuals in the Fortuna, Alton, Carlotta, and Hydesville area. There is an income eligibility requirement established by the USDA. See official website for detailed info. The amount of food distributed is based upon household size. We also provide bags of donated food to those who have an emergency need. There is no income eligibility requirement to receive an emergency bag.stjosephchurch@suddenlink.net(707) 725-1148
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Food Bank/Food PantrySouth Hayward ParishEmergency Food Programhttp://southhaywardparish.org/South Haward Parish's food pantry or food bank provides emergency food for individuals and families. Short term food supplies available for individuals/families in need of assistance.(510) 785-FOOD
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Food Bank/Food PantryHemet Community Pantryhttps://www.vcpcares.org/how-we-help/Hemet Community Pantry is open Monday thru Thursday – 9:30 am to 12:00 pm. Food distribution varies as donations, funding and community needs fluctuate. No appointment needed for food distribution. If you have questions regarding the intake process or your eligibility to receive assistance, please visit the office as the pantry phone is for information only.http://www.vcpcares.org/(951) 929-1101
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Food Bank/Food PantryInterfaith Food Bank Amador Countyhttp://www.feedamador.org/site/pages/home.cgiIf you are in need of help, and reside in Amador County, you have options for putting food on your table. There are two basic ways of receiving food if you are hungry:
1. Come to the Interfaith Food Bank main warehouse located at 12181 Airport Road in Jackson. For directions, click here, or call 267-9006. Food distribution hours are Monday - Friday 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, except the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month when our hours are: 2:00 - 6:00 pm. You will be asked to fill out a brief questionnaire the first time you visit.
2. Use our Distribution Calendar to find a detailed calendar of dates and locations other than the IFB warehouse, where food is regularly distributed, and to whom.
bstanton@feedamador.org(209) 267-9006
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Food Bank/Food PantryDream CenterHOPE Food Pantryhttps://www.dreamcenterle.org/The HOPE Food Pantry proudly serves the residents of Lake Elsinore and surrounding communities that lie within the boundaries of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District (LEUSD).HopeOffice@dreamcenterle.org(951) 245-7510
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Food Bank/Food PantryFood FinderFood Finder Partner Agencieshttp://foodfinder.org/#/&search=2 Search function for food banks near you
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Food Bank/Food PantryFeeding AmericaFind Your Local Food Bankhttps://www.feedingamerica.org/find-your-local-foodbankThe Feeding America nationwide network of food banks secures and distributes 4.3 billion meals each year through food pantries and meal programs throughout the United States and leads the nation to engage in the fight against hunger. Use Feeding America's interractive map to locate a food bank near you.
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Food Bank/Food PantryFood PantriesFind Food Pantrieshttps://www.foodpantries.org/Food Pantries created a directory of Food Banks, Soup Kitchens, and non-profit organizations committed to fighting hunger.
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Food Distribution CenterThru GuiDANCENutritious Life "Grab and Go" Centershttps://thruguidance.org/nutritious-lifeThru GuiDANCE has opened several "Grab & Go" meal distribution sites throughout Los Angeles county. These sites are state approved locations where families can pick up meals for all children ages 1 -18 for free.programs@thruguidance.org(213) 509-2076
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Food Distribution CenterLos Angeles Dream CenterMobile Food Bankhttps://www.dreamcenter.org/relief/Dream Center food trucks are distributing groceries to 22 sites in the Los Angeles area on a weekly basis.info@dreamcenter.org(213) 273-7000
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Food Distribution CenterInterfaith Food Ministryhttps://www.interfaithfoodministry.org/need-help.htmlIFM distributes nutritious food to individuals and families in Nevada County who are struggling to make ends meet. Individuals and families in need of supplemental groceries may receive community donated food one time every two weeks regardless of immigration status.info@interfaithfoodministry.org(530) 273-8132
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Food Distribution CenterNew Horizons Care Givers Grouphttp://www.nhcg.org/New Horizons has had a food distribution every other Tuesday from 10am to 2pm at Glenelder Campus 16234 Folger St. Hacienda Heights CA 91745.info@nhcg.org(626) 941-8100
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Food Distribution CenterHayward Fire DepartmentNo-Contact Food Distributionhttps://www.hayward-ca.gov/content/no-contact-food-distribution#:~:text=Call%20(510)%20635%2D3663%20for%20assistance.The Hayward Fire Department has partnered with Alameda County Food Bank, Chabot College, Hayward Area Park and Recreation District, and Hayward Unified School District to bring free, no-contact food distribution to multiple Hayward locations on Thursdays from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
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OtherUS Department of AgricultureChoose My Platehttps://www.choosemyplate.gov/coronavirusFind tips for meal planning, cooking, and shopping during social distancing at MyPlate.
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Senior Meal ServiceMeals on WheelsSpecial Senior Linkmealsonwheelsamerica.orgMeals on Wheels America is the leadership organization supporting the more than 5,000 community-based programs across the country that are dedicated to addressing senior isolation and hunger. This network serves virtually every community in America and, along with more than two million staff and volunteers, delivers the nutritious meals, friendly visits and safety checks that enable America’s seniors to live nourished lives with independence and dignity.info@mealsonwheelsamerica.org
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Senior Meal ServiceCalifornia Coronavirus (COVID-19) ResponseGreat Plates Deliveredhttps://covid19.ca.gov/restaurants-deliver-home-meals-for-seniors/Great Plates Delivered has two purposes: Help seniors and other adults at high risk from COVID-19 to stay home and stay healthy by delivering three nutritious meals a day, and rovide essential economic stimulus to local businesses struggling to stay afloat during the COVID-19 crisis.
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Senior Meal ServiceCalifornia Department of AgingFood Delivery Services for Seniorshttps://aging.ca.gov/Find_Services_in_My_County/Older adults (aged 60+) who live at home and find cooking difficult may be able to receive prepared meals delivered to their home, regardless of income level. And seniors who used to visit community meal sites can have those meals home-delivered instead.1-800-510-2020
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Senior Meal ServiceCalifornia Department of Social ServicesCommodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)https://www.cdss.ca.gov/Portals/9/TEFAP/CSFP%20Providers/CSFP%20Providers%20In%20CA.PDF?ver=2018-03-05-101644-333Older adults (aged 60+) can get a box of nutritious food to help supplement their diets through the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP). The listed Food Banks are distributing the CSFP boxes. Please call the listed food banks in your area for more information on how you can participate in the program.Lori Coopwoodlori.coopwood@dss.ca.gov916-229-3337
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Senior Meal ServiceAARP FoundationConnect2Affecthttps://connect2affect.org/Connect2Affect helps seniors find support services in their area, such as food and medical care.
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Senior Meal ServiceGoGoGrandparentFood Delivery Services for Seniorshttps://gogograndparent.com/GoGoGrandparent is a paid service that people can use to order meals and groceries for home delivery with a phone call. You don’t need a smartphone to use it. Once registered, you can get delivery from most local grocery stores and restaurants. 1-855-754-5328
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Senior Meal ServiceTask RabbitFood Delivery Services https://www.taskrabbit.com/services/contactlessYou can use TaskRabbit to find immediate help with everyday tasks, including food and pharmacy delivery. A 5% discount for seniors is available.
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Senior Shopping HoursGelson'sCOVID-19 Infohttps://www.gelsons.com/about/company-info/seniors-only-covid-19.htmlGelson's will open from 7am-8am for customers 60+, shoppers w/ disabilities, and caregivers.7am-8am, M-F
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Senior Shopping HoursWhole FoodsCOVID-19 Infohttps://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/company-info/covid-19-response/how-we-are-serving-our-customersAll Whole Foods Market stores have dedicated shopping hours to service customers who are 60 years and older, those with disabilities and those who the CDC defines as high risk. Check your local store hours.Check your local store hours
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Senior Shopping HoursTarget StoresCOVID-19 Infohttps://corporate.target.com/about/purpose-history/our-commitments/target-coronavirus-hubTarget has dedicated shopping time for its most vulnerable guests, making the first hour its stores are open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays available for those over 65 years old, pregnant women and those defined by the CDC as vulnerable or at-risk. To confirm local store opening times, visit Target.com/store-locator.Check your local store hours
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Senior Shopping HoursLocal Grocery StoresVarioushttps://sf.eater.com/2020/3/18/21185595/coronavirus-grocery-stores-seniors-shopping-hoursProvides a list with times that the elderly can shop without risk.
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Senior Shopping HoursFoodMaxxModified Hours for Seniorshttps://www.foodmaxx.com/keeping-you-safeFoodMaxx is offering designated hours for seniors and customers with compromised health.Tues and Thurs 6AM - 9AM: Special Shopping hours for Seniors and guests with Compromised Health.
Tues and Thurs 7AM - 9AM: Special Pharmacy hours for Seniors and guests with Compromised Health.
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Senior Shopping HoursDollar Generalhttps://newscenter.dollargeneral.com/news/the-dollar-general-family-is-working-hard-to-serve-yours.htmDollar General designates the first hour that stores are open for senior shopping..First hour that store is open
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Senior Shopping HoursWalmartSenior Hourshttps://corporate.walmart.com/newsroom/2020/03/18/latest-walmart-store-changes-to-support-associates-and-customersWalmart has extended its special shopping hours for seniors over 60 and those most vulnerable to the coronavirus. Stores, including the pharmacy, will open one hour early every Tuesday for this shopping event (typically 6-7 a.m.).One hour prior to opening every Tuesday.
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Senior Shopping HoursFood4LessSenior Shopping Hourshttps://www.food4less.com/hc/help/faqs/covid-19/generalIn some areas, Food4Less is opening one hour early, to enable senior citizens and other high-risk groups to shop before the stores open to the public. Check your local store for hours.
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Senior Shopping HoursGrocery OutletSenior Shopping HoursCheck your local Grocery Outlet for designated hours for seniors.Check your local store hours
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Senior Shopping HoursSafewaySenior Shopping Hourshttps://www.safeway.com/faq/covid-19-faq.htmlMany Safeway stores have now set up shopping hours on certain days for members of the at-risk community. Those hours can also be found near the bottom of “Your Store” page, under “Events.” To find a store near you please visit: https://local.safeway.com/search.html. Check your local store hours
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Senior Shopping HoursAlbertsonsSenior Shopping Hourshttps://www.albertsonscompanies.com/newsroom/shopping-hours-for-vulnerable-customers.html#:~:text=At%20a%20minimum%2C%20the%20company,groceries%2C%20unless%20otherwise%20locally%20mandated.At a minimum, the company will reserve every Tuesday and Thursday from 7 to 9 a.m. for those vulnerable shoppers who must leave home to obtain their groceries, unless otherwise locally mandated. Customers should check their store's hours if they're opening on a different schedule.Tues and Thurs 7am to 9am.
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Senior Shopping HoursTrader Joe'sSenior Shopping Hourshttps://www.traderjoes.com/announcement/revised-store-hours-for-all-trader-joes-locationsThe first hour of operation every day is dedicated to serve senior customers over the age of 60 and customers with disabilities who may need additional assistance while shopping. To find the hours for your store, please visit https://www.traderjoes.com/stores. First hour of operations
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Student MealsU.S. Department of AgricultureMeals for Kids Site Finderhttps://www.fns.usda.gov/meals4kidsThe USDA Meals for Kids Site Finder offers and interactive map to locate and find directions to nearby sites that provide meals to students.
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Student MealsSacramento City Unified School DistrictMeals During School Closureshttps://www.scusd.edu/e-connections-post/scusd-expanding-meal-access-students-affected-school-closuresMeals will be distributed Monday through Thursday 8:00am – 10:30am or until supplies last.​Monday through Friday. Meals are available at 13 school sites.(916) 395-5600
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Student MealsSouthern California School DistrictsList of School Meal Programshttps://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/heres-where-students-in-socal-can-get-free-meals-while-schools-are-closed/2329955/This article provides a list of meal services offered by district with links to details such as locations, dates and times.
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Student MealsLos Angeles Unified School DistrictStudent Meal Programhttps://achieve.lausd.net/Page/16904Los Angeles Unified, in partnership with the Red Cross, will continue to provide nutritious meals to all students who need them during the temporary closure of schools. Grab & Go Food Centers are open weekdays from 8:00 am to 11:00 am.cafela@lausd.net
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Student MealsSchools & Community Centers - LA AreaStudent Meal Programshttps://laist.com/2020/03/16/family_resource_centers_meals_schools_closed_coronavirus.phpLAist provides a list of schools and community centers where you can find different resources for meals.
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Student MealsCalifornia Department of EducationCA Meals for Kidshttps://www.cde.ca.gov/nr/ne/yr18/yr18rel30.asp#:~:text=The%20app%20allows%20users%20to,schools%20are%20not%20in%20session.The CDE CA Meals for Kids mobile app has been updated to help students and families find meals during COVID-19 related emergency school closures. The information identifies site location and meal service times. Only those COVID-19 sites that LEAs have submitted through the online Child Nutrition Information and Payment System (CNIPS) are populated in this mobile app. The app is updated daily. The app is available for free download through Apple’s App Store, Google’s Play Store, and Microsoft’s App Store web pages.(916) 971-7700
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Student MealsAlliance College-Ready Public SchoolsMeal Pick-Up Programhttps://www.laalliance.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1588893&type=d&pREC_ID=1845876Updated meal pick locations and hours of service for Alliance students.
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Student MealsHawthorne School DistrictFree Meal Servicehttps://www.hawthorne.k12.ca.us/grabandgoThe Hawthorne School District Nutrition Services Department will be providing Grab and Go Meals for ENROLLED Hawthorne School District students. Meals are available from school sites from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. Your child may qualify for a free or reduced price lunch. Apply now at ezmealapp.com.(310) 676-2276
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Student MealsSan Benito High School Backpack Food Programhttps://sites.google.com/sbhsd.k12.ca.us/school-closure-information/homeLunch is from 11:00 to 1:00pm on Monday & Wednesday ONLY. Drive through in Baler Alley. Food is available to all children 18 years and younger.
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Student MealsSouth County Outreach http://www.sco-oc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/COMMUNITY-RESOURCES-DUIRNG-COVID-19.pdfList of links to student meal programs during school closures at each Orange County School District.
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Student MealsCalifornia Department of EducationList of School Districts Providing Mealshttps://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/he/hn/documents/LogofSFAsusingCOVID-19Waiver.xlsxCalifornia Department of Education has posted a list of all school districts and locations offering grab-and-go meals during the COVID-19 school closure
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Student MealsAlameda County Office of EducationAlameda County Meal Service by School Districthttps://www.acoe.org/mealsAlameda County Office of Education provides a list and map of meal service for its school districts.(510) 887-0152
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Student MealsContra Costa County PTAContra Costa County Meal Services by School Districthttps://www.32ndpta.org/mealservicesContra Costa County PTA provides a list and map of meal service for its school districts.
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Student MealsSan Francisco Unified School DistricSan Francisco Unified School District Grab and Go Meal Servicehttps://www.sfusd.edu/services/health-wellness/nutrition-school-mealsEvery Wednesday, a bag of 5 days' worth of meals (including breakfast, lunch, supper, fresh fruits and vegetables, and milk) is available for each student at various school sites.
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Various ResourcesSan Diego Hunger CoalitionCOVID-19 & Hunger Reliefhttps://www.sandiegohungercoalition.org/covid19San Diego Hunger Coalition provides various resources, including senior meals, food distribution, and pantries.info@sdhunger.org(619) 501-7917
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Various ResourcesShasta County Health DeptShasta County Food Assistance Listhttps://www.shastahealth.org/sites/default/files/page-files/Food-Bank-List.pdfList of food banks, meal delivery services, and benefits.
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Various ResourcesFood Share Ventura Countyhttps://foodshare.com/Find food pantries, congregate meals, community produce markets, and others who provide FREE food for those in need in Ventura County.info@foodshare.com(805) 983-7100
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Various ResourcesBay CommunityBay Area Community Food Resourceshttps://www.bayareacommunity.org/#/Bay Community provides information on resources such as locations and schedules for free meals, food assistance, legal assistance, and medical help.baycommunityresource@gmail.com
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Various ResourcesSalvation ArmyThe Salvation Army’s service across the nationhttps://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/covid19/We’re serving people who have been impacted by COVID-19 all around the country. If you or a loved one needs help, please contact your local Salvation Army to see what services are available in your area.
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Various ResourcesPartnership Health Plan of California Community Food Resourceshttp://www.partnershiphp.org/Community/Pages/Community-Resources.aspxList of community food resources for the following counties: Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Lassen, Marin, Mendocino, Modoc, Napa, Shasta, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Trinity, and Yolo
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Various ResourcesBurbank Temporary Aid Centerwww.burbanktemporaryaidcenter.orgBTAC provides clients a variety of programs and services including:
Groceries from BTAC’s Food Pantry and Daily sack lunches for the homeless.
info@theBTAC.org(818) 848-2822
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Various ResourcesPathways of Hope https://www.pohoc.org/covid-19-update/Ever year, Pathways of Hope provides over 100,000 meals and thousands of pounds of food through the HUB of Hope food distribution and resource center in in the North Orange County community. Pathways of Hope also operates food banks at three local community colleges: Fullerton College, Cypress College, and North Orange Continuing Education to serve students struggling with food insecurity.INFO@POHOC.ORG(714) 680-3691
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Various ResourcesImperial Beach Neighborhood Centerhttp://imperialbeachneighborhoodcenter.org/community/Working with the San Diego Food Bank, the Center distributes free food to low-income individuals and families on the Thursday before the Second Friday of each month between 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM. The Center provides a pantry in its main office (located at the back of the property at 455 Palm Avenue) Monday to Thursday, 9:00 AM to Noon to those in need.IBNeighborCtr@yahoo.com(619) 947-6057
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Various ResourcesOne DegreeCoronavirus Resource Guidehttps://about.1degree.org/covid-19-enOne Degree can help locate community food resources in a couple of clicks; the site is frequently updating information for both the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles County in response to the rapidly-evolving COVID-19 crisis.
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Various ResourcesFind HelpFind Help Toolhttps://findhelp.org/The Find Help tool helps individuals find food assistance, help paying bills, and other free or reduced cost programs, including new programs for the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Various ResourcesFreeFoodFree Food Resources by Regionhttps://www.freefood.org/Free Food is an online user-populated resource that lists — by state and city — food pantries, soup kitchens, food shelves, and food banks around the country.
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Various ResourcesCalifornia Department of Public HealthWomen, Infants, and Children (WIC) Food Benefitshttps://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CFH/DWICSN/Pages/WICCovid19Info.aspx#WIC helps families get access to healthy foods and a lot more. WIC provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support, and benefits for healthy foods. WIC can also help with finding health care and other community services.

If you recently lost your job because of the coronavirus, you can apply for WIC. You can also apply if your income has changed or you are unable to work, even temporarily due to COVID-19.
1-888-942-9675
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Various ResourcesCalifornia Department of Social ServicesCal Freshhttps://www.getcalfresh.org/?source=cagovCalFresh provides food benefits to help people buy most foods at most grocery stores and farmers markets. People and families with low income can apply for CalFresh any time. If you have a change in income, even a temporary one because of the coronavirus, you can apply for CalFresh food benefits.1-877-847-3663
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Various ResourcesCity of Los AngelesLet's Feed L.A.https://covid19.lacounty.gov/food/This portal connects those in need to those who can help. The food-insecure can find a variety of food resources, including meal and voucher programs in the Los Angeles area.
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Various ResourcesCity and County of San FranciscoGet Food Resourceshttps://sf.gov/get-food-resourcesThis website provides help for people having trouble getting or affording food during the coronavirus pandemic.
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