Today, we are fortunate to have two warehouses to cover San Luis Obispo county, our main warehouse is in Paso Robles and our second location in Oceano. Together these two warehouses give us 22,000 square feet of storage space. We keep our overhead less than 6%, which allows us to turn $1 into $10 worth of food. We are able to do this because of our hard working staff, knowledgeable board, and large volunteer core. Our network of volunteers number more than 600 strong. They are the people who enable us to get the food from our distribution sites into the hands of SLO County residents in need.
We can think of no better place to operate a Food Bank than right here in San Luis Obispo County. We are very proud to be part of life here on the Central Coast, and we work hard at our mission to see that no one in SLO County goes hungry.
To learn more please contact us at (805) 238-4664.
To eliminate hunger and its root causes ... because no one should be hungry.
Everyone should have ready access to an ample, nutritious, affordable and appropriate food supply through traditional, nonemergency channels.
Oregon Food Bank is a nonprofit, charitable organization that serves as the hub of a statewide network of more than 935 hunger-relief agencies throughout Oregon and Clark County, Wash. OFB recovers food from farms, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, individuals and government sources. It then distributes that food to 20 regional food banks across Oregon, 16 of which are independent nonprofits. OFB directly operates the four regional food banks that, in turn, distribute food to more than 380 hunger-relief agencies in Washington, Multnomah, Clackamas, Clark, Malheur, Harney and Tillamook counties. OFB also works to eliminate the root causes of hunger through advocacy and public educatio
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The Sacramento County WIC program helps pregnant women, new moms, and young children eat well, stay healthy, and be active. With WIC you receive:
Free, healthy foods
Nutrition education for you and your family
Referrals to community services
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* 48 Different Theme Weeks.
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Our programs are designed for students ages 10 weeks to 18 years. Our passion is to have a positive influence in the lives of children while using these activities to build strong bodies and self-confidence.
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It is easy to use. Say you are looking for housing, then just go to the map listing for transitional or shelter housing, and the ones closest to you will pop up on your map. If you are hooked to GPS, you can even get directions to get there. Whether you are in Los Angeles, Lancaster/Palmdale, Long Beach or anywhere in the county, there are great choices for housing, food, transportation, school, jobs, healthcare, etc. Or, if you want to talk to an advocate or your attorney about something that’s bothering you or to help you find opportunities, you can also click on links and go directly to groups and organizations that specialize in transition-aged foster youth. You can also sign up for alerts when special events and programs for foster youth are announced, deadlines for financial aid, alerts on jobs for foster youth and more.
• GPS-based mapping of services near you no matter where you are in the county. This includes transitional housing, shelters, food banks, schools, jobs and more. You can find a location via your GPS or by inputing your location.
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U.S. airports are listed, with short directions to the relief area at each airport. There are also links to U.S. Department of Transportation FAQs and updated Americans with Disabilities Act regulations about service animals, as well as other information.
•News from our district and schools and Facebook and Twitter updates
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The City of Davis was founded in 1868, it was originally named Davisville for Jerome C. Davis, a prominent local farmer. The Davisville post office shortened the town name in 1907 and the change was official when the city incorporated in March 1917.
Closely tied to the community's history is the University of California at Davis. UC Davis was established in 1908 as the University Farm School. From its beginnings as an agricultural community, Davis is now recognized internationally for its contributions to life sciences, agriculture, veterinary medicine, biotechnology, medical technology and engineering.
The City of Davis is a university-oriented city of approximately 64,500. It has a unique university and residential community internationally known for its commitment to environmental awareness and implementing progressive and socially innovative programs. The City’s quality of life and vigorous progressive community is reflected in its small-town style and many well known symbols: energy conservation, environmental programs, green belts, parks, preservation of trees, British red double-decker buses, bicycle paths, record number of bicycles per capita, and the quality of its educational institutions.