2022 Capacity Grant Recipients

  • Booker T. Washington Community Service Center, San Francisco, CA

    Black Farmers for Neighborhood Food Security - Production and screening of a short documentary on a local food ecosystem that revolutionizes how Black farmers are growing, distributing, and sharing produce to support the health and holistic wellness of the Black community in the Fillmore/Western Addition neighborhood.

  • Malama Huleia, Lihue, HI

    Community Organizing for Alakoko Fishpond - Work with Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance program to develop a master plan to inform a community engagement and fundraising plan to preserve and utilize the indigenous technology of the Alakoko Fishpond for the purpose of food security and environmental sustainability.

  • People Over Plastic, Oakland, CA

    People Over Plastic podcast - Production of Episode 4 of Season 2 PoP episode exploring the intersection of big Ag, food justice and microplastics with FFCF grantee partners.

  • Sanctuary for Sustainable Artistry, Oakland, CA

    Systems Change Campaign - facilitation of mainstream media exposure that centers the fight against food insecurity and resource deserts through improved developer patterns, use of space, density and affordability for essential goods and food sources.

  • Southwest Georgia Project, Albany, GA

    Community Food System Project - communications campaign that promotes a community food system, while advocating for equitable food policies and access.