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PROGRAM / ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION REGION TARGET POPULATION COST
Certified Farmers' Market        
Market on the Mall
Fulton Mall Free speech area
(559)263-1583
Food/ Activity Market Fresno Co. Downtown Fresno All Varies
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Farmers' Markets        
Vineyard Farmers Market
Blackstone and Shaw
Mailing 100 W. Shaw Fresno CA, 93704
Contact: Felix Muzquiz Market Manager
felix@vineyardfarmersmarket.com
Produce/ Flowers/ Crafts Fresno Co. All Varies
Fresno Framers Market
3003 N. Wolters Ave, Fresno CA 
Fresh produce Fresno Co.(McLane) All Varies
Business Orgainization Old Town
465 Clovis Ave Ste.5 Clovis CA
559-298-5774
Fresh produce Fresno Co.(Clovis) All  Varies
Best Produce
1911 S. VanNess Ave, Fresno
559-268-6859
Fresh produce Fresno Co. (Roosevelt) All  Varies
OK Produce
1762 G. St, Fresno CA, 
559-445-8600
Fresh produce Distributor Fresno Co. All  Varies
Two-way Fruit Stand
112 W. California Ave Fresno CA
559-266-3743
Fresh produce Fresno Co. (Edison) All  Varies
Mountain Produce
305 W. Napa Ave, Fresno CA
559-268-7804
Fresh Produce Fresno Co. (Bullard) All Varies
Moles Farms
9503 S. Hughes Ave. Fresno CA
(559)486-4822
Fresh produce Fresno Co. All Varies
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Food Assistance        
County of Fresno Employment& Temporary Asst.-Food Stamps
Heritage Center 3151 N. Millbrook Fresno, CA 93703
(559)453-4998
Mo. Benefits for low-income families that need temporary assistance. Fresno Co. Low- Income Families free
Food Not Bombs
fresnoFNB@yahoo.com
(559)452-0277
An international network of volunteers who serve free, hot, vegetarian food to low-income people. Fresno Co. Low- Income Families free
Fresno Family Resource Center (Catholic Charities)
149 N. Fulton Street, Fresno Ca, 93701
(559)237-0851
Emergency food supplies for those in need with limited resources. Must provide ID for each person in family. Must provide proof of residence. Homeless receive a travel pack once per year and are referred to the Poverello House. Fresno Co. Low-income families/ individuals Free
Senior Hot Meals Program/ City of Fresno parks,   recreation and Community Services
770 N. San Pablo Fresno, CA 93728
(559) 621-6720
Provides hot meals and recreation activities at 16 sites throughout Fresno Fresno Co. Seniors 55 and older Free
Pverello House
412 F. Street Fresno CA, 93706-3409
(559) 498-6988
Hot meals, clothing, residential rehabilitation program, food bag distribution, showers, laundry, day time shelter, and Holy Cross medical/ dental clinic. Donations are taken. Fresno Co. Low-income, homeless individuals Free
Community Food Bank
210 N. Thorne Avenue Fresno, CA 93706-1496
(559)237-3663
1-800-870-FOOD
Individuals and groups needed to help sort, label and box donated food to support the fight against hunger and malnutrition. Fresno Co. Non- profit organizations with need for food Free
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Food Assistance and Nutrition Education        
California Food policy Advocates Central Valley
1055 N Van Ness Avenue, Suite H Fresno, CA 93728-3457
(559)485-1416
Food policy and legislative advocacy at the state level. Promotes community nutrition, federal nutrition programs and the food stamp program to increase participation of low income families and individuals for healthy food. Central Valley Low income families, and children Free
Food Stamps/ Fresno County employment and Temporary Assistance (E&TA)
4455 E. Kings Canyon Road Fresno, CA 93702-3794
(559)453-4136
E&TA administers the State CalWORKs Program (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids), as well as federal Medi-Cal and Food Stamp programs and the County General Relief program. The focus is on providing temporary and supportive service to individuals and families in need, while assisting them to achieve financial self-reliance. Fresno Co. needy families/individuals free
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Nutrition Education        
Fresno County Nutrition Family, Consumer Sciences University of California Cooperative Extension
Patty Davidson: pldavidson@ucdavis.edu
(559)456-7546
Empowers families to lead healthier lives by teaching them to eat well, stretch their food dollars, and handle food safely. Fresno Co. adults Free
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WIC Offices        
Central Valley Indian Health
20 North Dewitt, Clovis Ca 93612
(559)298-0258
WIC is a non-profit organization who represents parties interested in Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for women, infants, and children(WIC) Fresno Co. low-income families Free
United Health Centers (WIC)
(559)646-6611
WIC is a non-profit organization who represents parties interested in Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for women, infants, and children(WIC) Fresno Co. low-income families Free
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