Our Projects

The California FreshWorks Fund strengthens health, community economic vitality, and social justice by helping to improve access to affordable, quality and nutritious foods, and supporting high quality jobs that are linked to the health of the community. Below are the projects supported by FreshWorks.

25th Street Collective

Ag Link, Inc.

Agricultural Institute of Marin

Agriculture and Land-Based Training Association (ALBA)

AmPac Community Development Corporation

APIOPA

California Farmlink

Center for Land-Based Learning

City Heights CDC

City of McFarland

Civil Labs

Clovis Culinary Kitchen

Community Services Unlimited

Cultiva La Salud

El Rancho Marketplace

Farmstead

Feed the Hunger Foundation

Food Forward

California Emergency Foodlink

Fresh Approach

Fresh Producers

FSA-Riverside

Garden to Table

Groceryships

Heritage EDU Group

Homeboy Industries

HOPE Collaborative

Jumbo Super Fresh

Leadership for Urban Renewal Network (LURN)

Los Angeles Community Action Network

LA County/Long Beach

LA Kitchen

LA Prep

LA Voice

Louie’s Market

LURN

Mandela MarketPlace

Make Someone Happy

Mariposa Farms

Milagros de Mexico

Northgate Gonzalez Markets

Numero Uno

Opportunity Fund

Pacific Asian Consortium in Employment (PACE)

Palomino Market

People’s Community Market

Public Health Institute – Fresno

Phoenix Foods USA

El Rancho Marketplace Pismo Beach

Soil Born Farms

South Central Farmers

United Way/Arvin

Uptown Center

Urban Radish Market

Valley Economic Development Corporation

Woodland-California Market

Vermont Slauson Community Development Corporation

West Angeles Community Development Corporation

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