League of Women Voters Solano County
LocationPO Box 83Benicia, CA 94510 United States
Solano County--do you have donations of produce or would you like to volunteer to pick up donations of produce for Martin Luther King Day of Service? ---The League of Women Voters of Solano County and volunteers will be picking up produce donations in Solano County beginning January 7, 2023 to January 16, 2023. Do you have produce (fruits and vegitables) in your yard to donate? ---We also need volunteers to pick up donations in Solano County (Vallejo, Fairfield, Suisun City, Rio Vista, Benicia and Dixon). ---We are also accepting cash donations to help pay for supplies. By recovering edible food, redistributing it to communities in need, and preventing it from sitting in landfills and emitting greenhouse gases, food banks and food distribution centers, play an important and innovative role in ensuring that edible food ends up where it's intended: in the hands of our neighbors.
This produce roundup is being organized by the League of Women Voters of Solano County and community partners. To learn more about the League visit-- https://my.lwv.org/california/solano-county
In the League, Program means the issues that we choose for concerted study, education and action at local, state and national levels. Program can include both education and action. One of our program issues is Global warming and the problems that arise from it, like food insecurity.
What Is the League of Women Voters' Mission?
The League of Women Voters, encourages informed and active participation in government. The League has an Education Fund, Observer Corp, Great Decisions discussion group, LWVSC Youth engagement and a You Tube Channel. To view the You Tube channel visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKsWzzfO8WOe8GB1HCn6FvQ One of the videos meetings presented , Claudine Wong, news anchor.
In addition to the above, we are organizing a produce drive in 2023 for MLK Day of Service.
"...reducing the amount of food that we waste by just a third could feed all the food insecure people in this country," says Emily Broad Leib, director of the Food Law and Plicy Clinic at Harvard Law School.
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