Since the COVID 19 pandemic began and the country's economy shut down, the Food Bank of Nevada County has seen a dramatic increase in need. For the last 5 months and on average, we are serving about 10,000 people per month from our weekly drive-through. These county distributions are frequented by hundreds of families with children and teens.
We have decided to begin distributing an additional bag of child-friendly food items to families with children. These bags contain real food and not just snack foods. We want to ensure that our country's children who are schooling from home, whether it is hybrid or full time, have access to healthy meals as well as snacks. This will ensure that we will reach more children, those that are homeschooled or on campus.
We will be reevaluating our school snack program after the majority of schools resume full time on campus instruction.
The Food Bank of Nevada County Executive Director
Click below for more information on the School Snack Program and the Summer Lunch Program.
This program aims to assist the elderly and disabled community in preparing for emergencies. Californians can now access resources to better protect themselves and their community before disaster strikes.
COVID-19 Information and Additional Resources For Older Adults and Those with Disabilities:
"We are leveraging the power of volunteerism while ensuring preparedness support and information is not only limited to those who have been privileged enough to access, understand and afford it."
-Gavin Newsom, Governor of California
Visit our monthly Grass Valley distributions for one-on-one assitance in emergency preparedness provided by Listos California.
Upcoming training dates and information:
Exact dates are TBA
All from 10AM to 12PM at 7th Day Adventist Church
12889 Osborn Hill Road, Grass Valley
For more information on how you and your family in Nevada County can be more prepared go to https://www.mynevadacounty.com/2710/Ready
Offical Website: https://www.listoscalifornia.org/