OUR PARTNERS

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Kitchens for Good (www.kitchensforgood.org) partners with regional produce suppliers to recover or purchase fresh produce that would otherwise go to waste and transform it into nutritious meals and products that will strengthen community. Kitchens for Good breaks the cycles of food waste, poverty and hunger through innovative programs in workforce training, healthy food production, and social enterprise.

sdfb_logoThe Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank is the largest hunger-relief organization in San Diego County. Last year, the Food Bank distributed 22 million pounds of food, and the Food Bank served, on average, 370,000 people per month in San Diego County.

 

 

 

 

 


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Feeding America (www.feedingamericasd.org). This nationally prominent nonprofit builds local relationships based on trust with and among those who share their vision of creating a hunger-free San Diego.  Through the distribution provided by Feeding America, ProduceGood has been able to move 90,000pounds of fruit and produce to food distribution centers in the county.

JFSSanDiego_smallJewish Family Service is a client-centered, impact-driven organization working to build a stronger, healthier, more resilient San Diego. Since 1918, Jewish Family Service of San Diego has been a trusted community resource for individuals and families in times of need. Jewish Family Service has provided ProduceGood with volunteers as well as being the recipient of some our harvests at their Hand Up Pantry.

 

 

 


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County of San Diego Board of Supervisors

OUR AFFILIATES

 

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The Leichtag Foundation (www.leichtag.org), which supports programs and educational activities that connect people to community, food and the land, has provided at no charge a workspace for ProduceGood which gives us the opportunity to have our volunteers and affiliates meet with us in a collaborative environment. This space also acts as a conduit between ProduceGood and other organizations to share our ideas and strengthen our collective benefit to the community. We also coordinate a pick twice annually relying on a group of volunteers who are part of the Leichtag network. This has led to several volunteers who have become core members of the ProduceGood volunteer community.

MEMBERSHIPS

SDFSA_logo_smallThe purpose of the San Diego Food System Alliance is to develop and maintain an equitable, healthy and sustainable food system for the benefit of all people in San Diego County.
In 2009, the San Diego County Food System Working Group was formed to direct the creation of a food system assessment.
Currently, the Alliance consists of more than 30 members representing a diverse cross section of the food system, including (but not limited to): distribution, health, food security, philanthropy, production, education/ research and government. The Alliance is not an independent organization, but rather a collaborative of organizations and individuals utilizing a collective impact model to affect positive change in the region’s local food system.