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CalFresh Healthy Living Success Stories and Highlights

Read about the work that our CalFresh Healthy Living funded partners have implemented in 2022-2023.

Healthy Food Accessibility through Community Partnerships

Glendale Unified School District (GUSD) held healthy food access events in 2022-2023

Glendale Unified School District (GUSD) held healthy food access events in 2022-2023 school year in partnership with Seeds of Hope. These events provided fresh fruits and vegetables to families and students. GUSD also partnered with Adventist Health Glendale to provide nutrition education and food demonstrations during the healthy food events. Learn more about how GUSD formed community partnerships to support healthy food access events.pdf icon

Leveraging Partnerships to Enhance Nutrition Education in Farmers' Markets

Leveraging Partnerships to Enhance Nutrition Education in Farmers' Markets

The Sustainable Economic Enterprises of Los Angeles (SEE-LA) created a partnership with the Central Avenue Farmersí Market to provide community-based nutrition education classes at the farmersí market, alongside nutrition incentive programs to enhance the spending power for CalFresh and Women, Infant, and Children (WIC) recipients. Read more about how SEE-LA is supports nutrition education activities at farmers' markets.pdf icon

Integrating Nutrition Education into Early Childhood Summer Programming

Integrating Nutrition Education into Early Childhood Summer Programming

The Children's Collective Inc. (TCCI) worked with preschool students and staff to adopt and implement programs and activities that increase access to healthy food. In the summer of 2023, TCCI used the curriculum Grow It, Try It, Like It! which focuses on nutrition education through gardening. TCCI was successful in adopting this new curriculum and plan to integrate more gardening activities to help support nutrition education into the teacher's regular classroom activities.pdf icon

Expanding Free Food Markets to the South Bay

Expanding Free Food Markets to the South Bay

Venice Family Clinic (VFC) partnered with Social Justice Learning Institute (SJLI) to help expand their weekly healthy food events or "Free Food Markets" across multiple sites. With the success of this expansion, VFC obtained additional funding to support pop-up Free Food Markets at Carson High School. Read more about VFC healthy food access events. pdf icon

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