Purpose: Participants will explore the relationship between trauma and food security, learn actionable steps that they can take to create client and community centered food distributions, and collaboratively explore what role food pantries have in supporting community food security.
Audience: Out of state NPP implementers, food bank and pantry staff, University Extension professionals, food pantry staff members and volunteers, and others that work in food distributions or food security
Training Hours: All participants will complete two hours of online, self-paced modules, which will open at the end of February. Participants will also attend a total of four hours of live training (via Zoom)—two hours on March 16 and two hours on March 23. California partners will attend the 1:00–3:00pm sessions. Partners outside California will attend the 9:00–11:00am PST sessions. Both live sessions are limited to 50 participants total.