The coronavirus outbreak has swept across the globe and in its wake left us all with feelings of stress, anxiety, depression, and boredom. Recently, the California Department of Public Health, CDSS, EfC, ACEs Connection, and the Yolo County Children’s Alliance partnered together to create a guide called Coping with Stress During the COVID-19 Pandemic. This […]
Update: This IGTV class will now be available at 12pm on Wednesday, April 15th. Join our partner, Fresh Approach for a virtual class on how to stay healthy and waste less! We will be talking about how to use up produce in your fridge that is leftover, or about to go bad. Have some leftover […]
On March 23, Leah’s Pantry facilitated a webinar for over 200 partners interested in pantry-specific resources and guidance during the COVID-19 outbreak. The compiled list of resources is a Google Doc we are updating as additional resources are made available. We’ve also started a Facebook group to discuss and share these resources.
CUESA and Slow Money Northern California are hosting a webinar tomorrow: Community Resilience: How we can now support farmers, restaurants, and stores during the COVID-19 crisis. Register here. More info: Join Slow Money Northern California, CUESA, a farmer, and a chef for a virtual lunchtime gathering around building food resiliency in our communities. Learn how the food […]
The hunger relief network has responded rapidly to the tremendous need resulting from COVID-19. Across California: You can enter your zipcode here to find local resources. San Francisco Residents: The SF-Marin food locator now includes pop up pantries that recently opened. San Diego residents, Edible San Diego compiled this wonderful resource guide, which includes resources […]
San Francisco famers’ markets are considered “essential” businesses so they will remain open during the shelter-in-place order. Stay nourished and keep our local economies going! https://sf.eater.com/2020/3/18/21185944/san-francisco-farmers-markets-ferry-building-coronavirus TIP: Use the tag and category links below to find additional related resources.