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Did you know that 60% of Humboldt County children qualify for free or reduced-cost lunch during the school year?
Food for People Partners on CalRecycle Grant.
On July 23, 2019 a Federal rule was proposed which will deny Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, known as CalFresh in California) benefits to an estimated 3 mi
The California Department of Motor Vehicles has commenced the pre-sale to put the iconic self-portrait image of John Lennon on California license plates to help fund the st
Look for the blue, pre-printed donation bags in your mailbox the week leading up to the May 11th food drive. Simply place your donations of non-perishable food in the
The phone calls to Food for People’s CalFresh Outreach team began last September.
Summer is here! Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, bees are buzzing and fresh produce is pouring through our doors.
Well folks, it’s officially the New Year! 2019 is upon us, and with it comes the hope of a fresh start through the process of reflection.
We continue to pay close attention to how the shutdown may affect us and those in need of food assistance - below are the latest updates we have on the effects of the gover
Think about your shopping list for your next grocery store trip.
In 2018 Food for People sent nearly 40 letters to our elected representatives in the State and Federal government. Why?
For the second year in a row, state senator Mike McGuire is teaming up with amazing high school student leaders to feed neighbors in need this holiday season.
Our Senior and Homebound Delivery Programs operate 16 distribution sites countywide, reaching between 700 and 800 program participants each month.
You can help feed those in need for the holidays.
KHUM radio and Food for People are broadcasting live from a different local grocery store each day this week, collecting food and funds toward Food for People’s Holiday Foo
Join us for Hunger Action Month to make an impact on local hunger.
Why are 1 in 6 seniors struggling with hunger in the United States?
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View the locations & schedule from June 18, through August 24, 2018, while school (and school lunch) is out.
As we enter the summer months Food for People is particularly in need of additional volunteer help.
This holiday season honor every person on your gift list.
Red Pearl Racing is proud to bring the official 2016 RAAM Movie “3089 Miles Across America” to Arcata.
The Hunger Fighter Challenge is a friendly competition to see which team can collect the most money and food for the food bank from the beginning of Novemb
On Saturday, November 19, 2016, the Redwood Unit of the Backcountry Horsemen of California (BCHC) in partnership with Food for People, the Food Bank for Humboldt County, wi
You’ve heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday — maybe even Small Business Saturday. But what about Giving Tuesday?
Eureka’s Lost Coast Rotaract will be hosting the "Smash Out Hunger" Softball tournament to benefit Food for People’s Backpacks for Kids Program on Sunday June 26th at 10:00
The North Coast Co-op is once again hosting the Thrill of the Grill Barbecue Benefit for Food for People.
Support Food for People while running and having a ton of fun!
Locally Delicious announces FOOD FUND CHALLENGE Benefiting Food For People Farmers Fund for 2016
Every year, Food Tank highlights organizations that contribute to creating a more sustainable global food system by protecting biodiversity, producing valuable agricu
From November 25 – January 1 the North Coast Co-op is collecting donations at the register to support Food for People.
Shop local for the holidays and support a good cause!
Food for People is proud to announce the recent award of a $1,000 Community Blooms grant from Wells Fargo Advisors to benefit the Backpacks for Kids weekend nutrition progr
8/21/2015 The United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Services (USDA FNS) has posted a warning that the general public is being ta
Humboldt's very own Locally Delicious is featured on Food Day for their work to provide fresh produce to our community food banks while also increasing the amount of food g