Danielle and our intern, Rosario, hosted a table at the San Francisco Human Service Agency’s Staff Wellness Fair. They brought the Bean and Grain game, where participants have to identify different types of beans and grains in little baggies. Look how into it the ladies are! They also brought EatFresh.org cards with some of their […]
Anna survived the heat at the City Kids Fair 2019 and taught kids and their families how to “Eat the Rainbow” of fruits and veggies. She also had participants plan the bean and grain game, a fan favorite!
We LOVE our Northern California Partners. Last week, we graduated 25 partners from our Food Smarts Training Program in Redding. They were such an engaged and knowledgeable group. We look forward to staying in touch as they implement Food Smarts, EatFresh.org, and partner with us on our trauma-informed work down the road. Thanks to Northern […]
Leah’s Pantry had a blast supporting youth from the ArtsTech Academy at University City High School with the production of an EatFresh.org video this week. One of the students had never cooked anything in his life; he was proud of himself, and genuinely shocked that the Corn, Blueberry and Wild Rice salad tasted good!
Happy New Year! We hope that 2017 has started off well for you. Transitioning to a new year always inspires some reflection and looking ahead at Leah’s Pantry. As such, we want to share some of our 2016 highlights, along with some upcoming work that we’re particularly excited about. 2016 Highlights: Our user base for Eatfresh.org, […]
When the last bell rang on Friday releasing students for the weekend in south San Diego, kindergarteners, first graders, and second graders sprinted out from their classrooms and into the school garden. Early arrivers excitedly argued over who got to water the plants with the giant garden hose first. More students skipped in with big grins, eager […]