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Press Democrat December 27th 2023
Sara Edwards

Jennifer Emery is executive director at F.I.S.H. of Sonoma County and said its food pantry received a large influx of donations during the pandemic, which allowed clients to receive grocery allotments twice a month. But with that money gone and sparser donations, the food pantry is cutting back client participation to once a month as of January.
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Press Democrat March 30, 2023
Paulina Pineda

A report on the impacts of cost burden found the high cost of living in Sonoma County means residents must take drastic cost-cutting measures to make ends meet
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Press Democrat March 3, 2023
Sara Edwards
The temporary increase to CalFresh (federally known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP) enacted at the beginning of the COVID-19 are set to expire in March 2023 per the End of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2023.
F.I.S.H is always in need of donations and always in need of volunteers. We expect both these needs to grow exponentially.
We thank you for your consideration.
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The Press Democrat May 3, 2022
Alana Minkler

Food banks are scrambling to keep up with not only the supply chain issues, but also with never-before-seen inflation and gas prices, which is sending more families to the pantries.| click here to read

The Press Democrat July 27, 2019
Chris Smith

The near-miraculous F.I.S.H. food pantry hungers for a home. F.I.S.H, the busy free-food operation near Coddingtown, has until the end of the year to find a new space. click here to read
F.I.S.H of Santa Rosa found a new home:
1710 Sebastopol Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95407
707 527-5151

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