Farm to Every Fork is a coalition of farmers, urban gardeners, food banks, Slow Food Sacramento, and food justice activists. Together we advocate and act for good, clean, and fair food for all.

The purpose of the Farm to Every Fork dinner is to bring community members together to discuss food access and hunger related issues in our community and to strengthen the support and network of individuals fighting to make change around hunger and poverty in the greater Sacramento area.

All proceeds of this event benefit local organizations serving the low income, food insecure, and/or homeless community, including the Sacramento Homeless Organizing Committee/Homeward Street Journal, Oak Park Sol Community Gardens, Angels of the Fields, TLC Food Kitchen, Sacramento Loaves & Fishes and the Sacramento Hunger Coalition.

slowfoodsSlow Food Sacramento is the local chapter of the international nonprofit Slow Food whose mission is good, clean and fair food for all. Slow Food believes the food we eat should taste good; be produced in a clean way that does not harm the environment, animal welfare or our health; and, that food producers should receive fair compensation.

For more information, visit their website: slowfoodsacramento.com

Screen Shot 2016-05-05 at 10.56.38 PMThe Sacramento Homeless Organizing Committee (SHOC) is a coalition of homeless and formerly homeless people, and their supporters, fighting for the rights and a better future for the homeless community. By developing homeless leadership, we work towards ending homelessness, and towards ensuring that homeless people are afforded their full legal and human rights.

For more information, visit their website: sacshoc.org

Screen Shot 2016-05-05 at 10.56.27 PMOak Park Sol is a local nonprofit that works directly with neighborhood residents to transform vacant and under-utilized spaces into productive green spaces such as community gardens, pocket parks, sitting spots and more. Oak Park Sol’s mission is to identify, prioritize, and launch projects that improve neighborhood spaces, community health, and social connectivity.

For more information, visit their website: oakparksol.org

Screen Shot 2016-05-05 at 10.57.43 PMAngels of the Fields (AOTF) was established in 2002 by a group of volunteers who shared a vision of giving back to hard working farm worker families. The mission of AOTF, which functions under the umbrella of the California Human Development nonprofit organization, is to enrich and improve the lives of farm workers and their families by meeting their essential human, cultural and community needs.

Read more about the work they are doing here or visit CHD's website: californiahumandevelopment.org