State Budget Sending San Francisco $2 Million To Fight Food InsecurityThe 2021 California state budget, signed by the governor last week, sends $2 million to San Francisco for fighting food insecurity through funding for two local organizations.
New Federal Food Aid Rules Could Leave Many Bay Area College Students HungryBig changes could be coming to a federal food assistance program used by many college students. Students worry they may have to sacrifice their grades or go hungry.
Change In Food Stamp Allocation Rules Could Impact CalFresh ProgramNewly proposed rules that would take away the power that states have to determine eligibility for federal food stamp money could potentially create a major problem for California.
East Bay Program Subsidizes Low-Income Families Eating HealthyA government program that gives low-income families in the Bay Area a chance to eat healthier practically for free doesn't get many takers, but some workers involved in the program are try to change that.
Phone Scam Targets Recipients Of Medi-Cal, Social ServicesSanta Clara County social service agencies are warning residents to be aware of fraudulent texts and calls from people claiming to be with state agencies.
Enrollment In State’s Food Assistance Program More Than Doubled During Recession Participation in CalFresh, California's food assistance program, more than doubled during the economic downturn according to information coming out of the state legislative analyst’s office.
New Report Shows Hunger A Real Issue In San FranciscoThe findings from the San Francisco Food Security Task Force show that one in four San Franciscans are at risk of missing meals and going hungry.