Food to Share is a community food partnership that provides unique opportunities to address both food insecurity and environmental solutions. This project, inspired by the Fresno State Food Recovery Network model, will increase access and availability of nutritious food to underserved communities in Fresno County. Additionally, the project will make significant contributions to the improvement of regional air quality, by reducing greenhouse gas emissions by encouraging waste diversion from landfills for renewable energy production in collaboration with Colony Energy and Caglia Environmental.

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Addressing Hunger. Reducing Waste. Generating Energy.

Food to Share will combat hunger and increase access to healthy food in underserved neighborhoods that are represented by high concentrations of poverty and communities of color.

Food to Share is operated through the organizational and partnership building capacities of 
Fresno Metro Ministry and community development partner, the Regenerate California Innovation (RCI).

PICH

Food to Share is part of the Fresno County Department of Public Health’s Partnerships to Improve Community Health (PICH) initiative for the Farm to Table movement. The purpose of Farm to Table is to connect locally grown food (and healthy donated food) to community residents in low-income food desert areas of Fresno.

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