Marin Voice: As pandemic takes toll, Marin organizations band together for good food for all

December 14, 2021

Our commitment to make real progress toward ending hunger is why the Food Bank and Community Action Marin are working in partnership together with others across the county, including the county’s Healthy Eating Active Living initiative, Agricultural Institute of Marin, Marin Agricultural Land Trust and Marin Food Policy Council, among others. We want to help people learn what’s being done to address our community’s food needs. Our call now is to gather together and take #FiveMinutesforFood during the holidays.

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