CFPA in the News...
The Visalia Times-Delta recently highlighted CFPA's work to secure $5 million in state funding
to provide struggling Californians living without safe drinking water relief
through supplemental CalFresh benefits.
"This budget also invests in an initiative to bring short term relief to residents in poverty who have been living for years without safe drinking water, with supplemental CalFresh assistance.
Struggling Californians can't afford to wait for long term solutions. As we work towards sustainable infrastructure, this budget works to help those most in need."
- Tracey Patterson, Director of Legislation, California Food Policy Advocates.
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