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Painting Hope: Bringing Color to Our Food Bank and Nourishing Communities

Updated: May 16

Friday, May 5, 2023

FARSB volunteers posing in front of the fruit mural they helped paint at the FARSB warehouse.

Our food bank experienced a colorful transformation as our dedicated volunteers offered their artistic talents. This year, we embarked on a unique endeavor to revitalize our space by adding two captivating murals that truly captured the spirit of our community and region.

With the generous support of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians (SMBMI), a magnificent FARSB "butterfly" mural came to life, adorned with vibrant orange slices for its wings. This artwork will bring joy to our visitors and volunteers, and become a delightful backdrop for social media snapshots.

Additionally, Molina Healthcare volunteers contributed their creative touch by incorporating an orange tree into our fruit mural wall, symbolizing the heritage of our region's local orange groves.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our wonderful sponsors, SMBMI and Molina Healthcare, whose support made these murals possible. We would also like to thank Sherwin Williams for providing the paint that breathed life into these captivating projects.

Next time you visit us, don't forget to capture a moment with our collection of murals and share it with the hashtag "FARSB"

Let's celebrate the power of art and community together!


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