Governor Newsom Set to Remove Exclusions to Food Assistance for Older Undocumented Californians, But Leaves Out Hundreds of Thousands of Households Who Face Rising Food Insecurity

Los Angeles  – Today Governor Gavin Newsom announced his revised state budget plan, which included a proposal to remove exclusions to the California Food Assistance Program (CFAP) for Californians over age 55, regardless of immigration status. While this is an important step toward ensuring the health and wellbeing [...]

Food4All is making headlines!

Food4All is making headlines this month. As we approach the May Revision of the 2022-2023 state proposed budget, it’s more important than ever to ask Governor Newsom to expand CFAP nutrition benefits to immigrants of all ages, regardless of immigration status. No exceptions! No exclusions! Check out what [...]

45% of undocumented Californians are going hungry. How Calfresh might fill the gap

‘Essential’ Immigrant Workers Are Going Hungry in California

Groups Press to Include Undocumented in CA Food Assistance

California child care workers struggle to survive

Coalición “Food for All” busca alimentar a todos sin importar el estatus migratorio

“Para que todos puedan comer”: legisladores estatales de California lanzan la campaña ‘Food4All’ para ayudar a inmigrantes

Gavin Newsom wants to open public food benefits to some undocumented Californians

Millones de niños en California recibieron $365 adicionales en su tarjeta alimentaria P-EBT, pero muchos aún no la han activado

Newsom proposes expanding food assistance benefits to older undocumented Californians

The National Public Health Emergency has been Extended Through mid-April

While it’s actually not good news that the nation continues to struggle with the pandemic, this does mean states may provide emergency allotments through at least May Ed Bolen Senior Policy Analyst, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

La mayoría de los californianos están preocupados por quedarse sin alimento

Food Apartheid: San Bernardino Residents’ Quest for Fresh, Healthy Food as COVID-19 Persists

Survey: Californians with Low or Moderate Income Worry About Running Out of Food Before They Can Afford to Buy More

For Release on November 17, 2021 Survey: Californians with Low or Moderate Income Worry About Running Out of Food Before They Can Afford to Buy More More Than Three in Five Report Actually Running Out of Food Contact: Angeles Nelson, Nourish California (English & Spanish) 619.376.6214 Lucia Del [...]

Encuesta: Californianos con ingresos bajos o moderados se preocupan por quedarse sin alimentos antes de poder comprar más

For Release on November 17, 2021 Encuesta: Californianos con ingresos bajos o moderados se preocupan por quedarse sin alimentos antes de poder comprar más Más de tres de cada cinco personas reportaron que realmente se han quedado sin alimentos Contactos: Angeles Nelson, Nourish California (inglés& español) 619.376.6214 Lucia [...]

California is short on social workers. Here’s how that affects your ability to get benefits

Hasta $300 por hijos por la extensión del programa de ayuda alimentaria en California

Colleges rush to sign students up for food stamps, as pandemic rules make more eligible

State Budget Sending San Francisco $2 Million To Fight Food Insecurity

“CalFresh application reform is long overdue, and seniors and people with disabilities will finally have greater access to the food benefits to which they’re entitled.”

‘The face of hunger’: Thousands can’t afford to eat in Sacramento. How COVID made it worse

“One study found a majority of households in Sacramento County struggling with hunger actually make too much to receive federal food assistance. And thousands more qualify but aren’t signed up.”

California budget allots funding for local food organizations and an updated CalFresh application

“Every year, we leave $2.2 billion in federal food aid at the Treasury instead of it turning into food on tables”

Next Steps for a Childcare System in Crisis

Nourish California shares some good news about child care nutrition.

California Takes a Nibble at Offering Food Stamps to Undocumented Immigrants

Jared Call: “We are grateful…”

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