Farmers Market Program Sugar Pine
Date(s) - 01/02/2019
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mount Calvary Lutheran Church
Update: The Families First Coronavirus Response Act provides authority for the CA Dept of Social Services to provide emergency allotments of CalFresh benefits. For the month of March 2020, emergency allotments will be issued to eligible CalFresh households with client availability on April 12, 2020. For the month of April 2020, emergency allotments will be issued to eligible CalFresh households with client availability on May 10, 2020. All emergency allotments will be issued on the eligible household’s existing electronic benefit transfer (EBT) card.
CalFresh Maximum Allotments: Household Size 1 – Maximum Allotment 194, for 2-355, 3-509, 4-646, 5-768, 6-921, for a household of 7 – Max. Allotment is 1,018.
Update: The Food Bank will continue to provide food for its partner pantries and residents in need while limiting personal contact. They are also working with the County Schools and other food distribution locations to ensure no interruption of food delivery. Residents are encouraged to call the Food Bank directly at 984-3960 x101 if they find themselves in need.
ATCAA Food Bank has organized the Farmers Market Distribution at the beginning of each month, designed to get fresh produce out to hungry families as soon as possible before it goes to waste. The Farmers Market Program is NOT an EFAP program – (Emergency Food Assistance Program)
ATCAA volunteers can help you apply for any program or assist you with putting together a plan to ensure you and your family have enough food. We are committed to helping our local residents become self-reliant and supported by our community. There are many trusted community partners (government, non-profit, faith-based, educational) in our area who may provide you additional assistance. If there is something that we can not help you with, we will do our best to refer you to who can. Call us at 984-3960 x101
Volunteer or Donate donations to our food programs are 100% tax-deductible. Together, we can give more families the food, shelter, assistance and support to not only survive and improve their lives, but we help individuals and families become self-sufficient contributing members of our community. Ask about sponsoring programs or volunteer: Sonora Service Center – (209) 533-1397