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Food is foundational and a human right.

Food is at the center of economic health and stability, and everyone deserves access to an adequate and nutrient-rich supply. FARSB prioritizes advocacy efforts towards policies where hunger, health, poverty, equity, and food systems cross. Let your voice be heard, and tell local and state lawmakers to help alleviate food insecurity in the region. Explore ways you can get involved today!

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When we dispel misconceptions about government nutrition programs, we empower more Californians to seek the food assistance they need. It's important to talk about hunger to minimize the stigma it holds on our society.

Access the latest news on government nutrition programs, and share the knowledge to make a difference in the community. 

Learn how to talk to future generations about hunger.


Contact Legislators

Urge your elected official to support government nutrition programs and hunger-relief legislation. Call Feeding America’s toll-free number, get connected to your elected official, and listen to the be prompts. You will be asked to provide your name, zip code, and city of residency.

Feeding America's toll-free number:  (888) 398-8702

Access our latest legislature pre-written script.

Congress has the ability to help Americans struggling with hunger by supporting hunger-relief programs. Contact your members of Congress to call for public policy change on the federal, state and local levels.

Corona | Ken Calvert 
E:  P: (951) 277-0042

Hesperia | Jay Obernotle
E: P: (760) 247-1815

Riverside | Mark Takano 
E: P: (951) 289-0250

Hemet | Raul Ruiz
E:  P: (951) 765-2304

Ontario | Norma Torres E: P: (909) 481-6474

San Bernardino | Pete Aguilar
E: P: (909) 890-4445

Temecula | Darrell Issa 
P: (760) 304 - 7575

"Transforming every meal into a promise of a better tomorrow."

Latest Legislative Priorities


California's Short-Lived Climate Pollutant Reduction law aims to reduce organic waste disposal and global warming gasses. As of January 1st, 2022 Tier 1 food generators must donate the maximum amount of excess edible food they would otherwise dispose to food recovery organizations such as FARSB. 

Tier 1 Includes:

  • Wholesale food vendors

  • Food distributors

  • Food Service providers

  • Grocery stores or supermarkets

How to Help:

  • If your organization or business qualifies as a Commercial Edible Food Generator, FARSB can step in to ensure your surplus food donations can go directly to those in need and eliminate food waste. 


 FARSB Advocacy Blog

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