We will be holding a free Food Smarts Curriculum Updates Webinar May 17th at 10am PST. Register here https://us02web.zoom.us/…/reg…/WN_2mKdJcvOTg-dp92pxWs8zw In March 2022, Leah’s Pantry released updated lesson plans and participant workbooks for Food Smarts Adults and Kids that incorporate current USDA Dietary Guidelines and trauma-informed principles. This webinar is for Food Smarts implementers who have […]
Leah’s Pantry is currently hiring for Project Coordinator positions in California! Check out our Careers page to review the open positions and apply on Indeed!
Join Registered Dietitians Kristi Mollner and Anna Ng to discuss the application of trauma-informed principles to clinical, counseling, and community dietetic work. Registration open. Visit https://www.leahspantry.org/…/principles-and…/ to learn more and register. #leahspantry #tiprinciples #traumainformed #communityresilience #registereddietitian #traumainformedcare
People who rely on the charitable food system both want and deserve nutritious food and beverages that support their health. Yet a 2018 report by MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger and the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity found that, on average, 25 percent of food bank distributions remain unhealthy.We conducted research to […]
Today is Giving Tuesday. To donate to Leah’s Pantry go to our facebook fundraiser here: https://www.facebook.com/donate/426953828914342/4506502606092795/ 2021 was a year like no other. As the nutrition and food security community “normalized” to the uncertainty and frustration of COVID-19, we also found our footing. Creating space for conversations about self-care, historical trauma, and trauma-informed systems intersected […]
We want to congratulate Eastmont Community Center on their NPP Gold Certification. Special thanks to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank and CalFresh healthy living for making it possible.