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Food banks in California brace for the holidays as food prices surge

ANAHEIM, California — Two food banks in California have been gearing up for a busy holiday season: One is spending tens of thousands amid rising food prices, and the other has been serving triple the number of people since the coronavirus pandemic began.

The Alameda County Community Food Bank in Oakland is dealing with the toll of rising food prices and supply chain issues as it serves families grappling with food insecurity.

“They’re depending on us,” said Elizabeth Gomez, director of client services at the food bank.

Over the past year, food prices have increased 5.3 percent, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Because of food price increases, the food bank is spending an additional $60,000 on food per month.

“We need to be ahead of the game as much as we can,” said Gomez, 48, who’s been working with the organization for 24 years.

She said the food bank has seen price increases across the board for seven core items, with oatmeal and frozen chicken seeing the highest increases at 17.1 percent and 13 percent respectively. In total, it is spending more than $1 million on food per month — compared to $250,000 each month before the pandemic. 

“Part of the increase is because we’re willing to spend more on food to ensure that we actually secure it,” Gomez said. The backlog of shipments along the California coast has created supply chain issues and has contributed to less inventory and increased transportation costs for the food bank. 

The food bank has had to turn to alternatives such as single serve cereal bowls to replace oatmeal, and turned to Costco to get a variety of canned meats for canned tuna that has been running late.

“We are expecting more than 400,000 Alameda County residents,” Gomez said. “We’re bracing for what is to be the busiest month and a half ahead for us.”

In 2020, rough estimates indicate 45 million people, or 1 in 7, experienced food insecurity as the pandemic forced tens of millions to suffer from unemployment or saw their hours decline, according to an analysis by Feeding America, a nationwide nonprofit network aiming to ensure equitable access to food in the United States.

With a recovering economy and increasing vaccination records, the organization projects improved food insecurity conditions in the holiday season but still higher than pre-pandemic numbers. 

Feeding America predicts that 42 million people — about 1 in 8 — may experience food insecurity, compared to about 1 in 9 in 2019, the lowest point reached then since food insecurity began being measured in the 1990s, according to the report.

The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank has been serving triple the number of people it usually saw before the pandemic — from 300,000 to 900,000 each month, according to Olivia Cervantes, 33, its marketing content manager.

It’s a number that aligns with a recent University of Southern California study detailing that 1 in 10 Los Angeles County residents experienced food insecurity in the first half of 2021 — and 59 percent of them were Latino.

“It was time to give back to my community as an Angeleno,” Cervantes said, explaining she felt compelled to help after witnessing the pandemic’s impact on the city's Hispanic community. “Even if we were to return back to normal or even if this lingers on, the issue is still there, hunger is a year-round issue.”

California is home to the nation’s largest Latino population. In Los Angeles County, Hispanics or Latinos account for almost half (48.6 percent) of the population.

The Los Angeles food bank has been minimally impacted by the surge in food prices and supply chain issues because the majority of its food is donated and sourced locally.

However, it has had to grapple with other issues: The number of volunteers declined from 30,000 to 15,000 because of Covid-19 safety protocols. The organization has turned to AmeriCorps for help with distribution.

"The food bank really does stretch the dollar to help as many people as possible," Cervantes said.

Organizers say those who want to volunteer or donate can contact the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank's website or call 323-234-3030 or the Alameda County Community Food Bank's website or call 510-635-3663.

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Edwin Flores reports and produces for NBC Latino and is based in Anaheim, California. 

Источник: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/latino/food-banks-california-brace-holidays-surging-food-prices-rcna5671
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A Pre-COVID-19 photograph of MIA volunteers ready to prepare meal plates to be given to seniors in South L.A. (E. Mesiyah McGinnis)

The COVID-19 pandemic was hard for us all.  But no one was hit harder than our senior population.  For the past two years, Mothers in Action has been hosting a Thanksgiving dinner for seniors at Ward Villas and throughout the community to seniors in their apartments who don’t have the opportunity to enjoy a wonderful meal, fellowship with each other, and be served on this special day.

Because our senior population is most vulnerable from the COVID-19 pandemic, Mothers in Action has decided to continue the drop-off on meal service, rather than the in-person sit-down dinners they have been hosting for the past 24 years prior to the pandemic.

A pre-COVID-19 photo of volunteers preparing meals to be delivered to seniors on Thanksgiving. (Photo W. Mesiyah McGinnis / L.A. Sentinel)

On Thursday, November 25, Mothers in Action (MIA) and Ward EDC will once again be hosting their 26th annual Thanksgiving Feed at Ward Villas Senior Complex.  “We really wanted to bring back the sit-down meal, but in order to protect our seniors are our most vulnerable population we decided to wait one more year to ensure the safety and wellness of everyone involved,” stated Tracy Mitchell – President of Mothers In Action.

This ongoing partnership with Jacquelyn Dupont-Walker of Ward Villas continues to bring Thanksgiving dinner to seniors and the sick and shut-in throughout the Los Angeles Area.  Mitchell noted that every year, she is amazed and humbled by the generosity of the host of volunteers, community partners, sponsors, and donors who give of their time, talent, and treasure to ensure that they are able to make a difference in the lives of the seniors, sick and shut-in residents who benefit from this highly anticipated event.

A Pre-COVID-19 photo of high school student-athlete, Kennedy, volunteering at Ward Villa, as he places bags of Thanksgiving meals in cars to be delivered to seniors.  (Photo E. Mesiyah McGinnis)

“MIA’s Thanksgiving is something special to behold.  Every year, elected officials, celebrities, local law enforcement, and community organizations come together to serve the elders in the community.  It is a heartwarming event and to see everyone working together from food assembly lines to serving seniors and their families, to seeing cars and vans pull up to receive food to take all across Los Angeles County is truly a blessing,” Mitchell said.

Even during the pandemic, over 1,000 meals are provided to local residents each year with 200 of those meals allocated to the residents of Ward Villas.

A Pre-COVID-19 photo of volunteers working in stations, preparing various items for Mothers IN Action’s Thanksgiving meal giveaway for seniors. (Photo W. Mesiyah McGinnis)

Thanksgiving meals at Ward Villas was started by the late Brenda Marsh-Mitchell and the late Lillian Mobley in 1995 to give seniors a holiday meal, who are surprisingly forgotten or neglected during the holiday season. “This is just one of the ways that the legacy of our visionary and late president of the organization, Brenda Marsh-Mitchell, lives on,” said Mitchell, Brenda’s youngest daughter.

This year’s turkeys have been provided by a team of elected officials including Assemblymembers Reggie Jones-Sawyer, Autumn Burke, and Mike Gipson Mayor, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, as well as Councilmembers Marqueece Harris-Dawson and Curren Price, and L.A. Regional Food Bank.  Each recipient receives a Thanksgiving meal with all the trimmings in a recyclable bag, a Thanksgiving card, and a special letter letting them know who sponsored the meal.

Through MIA, seniors with little resources will have a hardy and delicious Thanksgiving meal. (photo Pre-COViD-19 E. Mesiyah / L.A. Sentinel)

This special event is produced by MIA and supported by its media partner, Bakewell Media, the owners of The Los Angeles Sentinel, and the L.A. Watts Times.

Sponsors and donors include Danny J. Bakewell, Sr. and The Bakewell Family, the Los Angeles Brotherhood Crusade, The Los Angeles Urban League, Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas along with Supervisor Holly Mitchell, RFP Insurance, The Hutt Group, 7 Eleven, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, Self-Help Federal Credit Union, KROST and the Oscar Joel Bryant Foundation as well as a variety of other community organizations.

Mothers in Action is very appreciative of the outpouring of donations both with food and with monetary contributions.  “Our mission is to improve the quality of life for underserved children, families, and seniors throughout South Los Angeles,” stated Mitchell. “This could not be achieved without the love and support we receive from hundreds of volunteers throughout our community each and every year.”

A Pre-COVID-19 photograph of Jackie Dupont-Walker (yellow shirt),  president of the Ward Economic Development Corporation, and volunteers preparing to deliver meals to seniors on Thanksgiving Day. (E. Mesiyah McGinnis / LA Sentinel)

Ward Villas is located at 1177 West Adams Blvd. To donate to Mothers in Action go to www.gofundme.com/MIA-thanksgiving-day-feed or drop or mail donations to Mother in Action at 3800 Crenshaw Blvd (Los Angeles Sentinel Offices), Los Angeles, CA 90008.

Follow Mothers in Action on Facebook and on [email protected]  For more information contact Tracy Mitchell at (323)290-0456 or email her at [email protected] or [email protected]

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Los Angeles Regional Food Bank Tufts Volunteer Day

Members and friends of Tufts Alumni Los Angeles (TALA) are invited to assist delivery preparations for the Los Angeles City of mankato roads Food Bank, a nonprofit organization that has distributed more than one billion pounds of food throughout the region since 1973. Volunteering entails helping sort, inspect, and repackage donated food items from local food drives.

Participants do not need to be Tufts alumni. Anyone older than 14 who coldwell banker burnet realty st cloud mn like to do some good is welcome. Please note, there are no exceptions to the required minimum age.

After a fun and productive morning, we will travel independently from the LA Food Bank to Mercado La Paloma, located 2.5 miles away. A table will be reserved for the group. Participants will order and pay for their own food.

Tufts will give each participant a special Tufts service T-shirt, as a thank you for helping the food bank that day.

Registration by March 28 is required. We hope to have your help and company for this worthy cause!

Food Bank Location:
Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
1743 E 41st Street
Los Angeles, CA 90058

Lunch location:
Mercado La Paloma
3655 S. Grand Ave., #240
Los Angeles, CA 90007

Here is the registration link (please note this link leads directly to the LA Food Bank registration page):


The deadline to register is two days prior to the event. After that, the registration link will be disabled. 


The LA Food Bank accommodates parking in a fully fenced, secure lot, staffed by attendants who supervise event-style parking in rows. Carpooling is encouraged.


The sorting, inspecting, and repackaging is done standing at a table-height conveyer belt. Maximum weight of items is 20 pounds. Anyone who may not be able to lift 20 pounds can be moved to a different part of the line, where the lifting would not be as heavy. 

The LA Food Bank recommends casual attire such as jeans, T-shirts, and tennis shoes. Please be prepared to get dirty. All shoes must be closed-toe, closed-heel, and flat.
contact information: 

Questions? Please contact Camden Hubbard at (917) 692-5013 or [email protected]

Источник: https://alumniandfriends.tufts.edu/attend-events-reunions/los-angeles-regional-food-bank-tufts-volunteer-day


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Reopening Safer at Work and in the Community - Revised Order (06.14.21)



Southeast Los Angeles Community Vaccination Center Closing Monday, November 29

  • Located at the Bell Community Center (6250 Pine Ave, Bell 90201)
  • Vaccines offered are Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, and Moderna
  • Walk-in’s welcome
  • Hours of operation
    • Wednesday, November 24, 8 AM - 12 PM
    • Saturday, November 27, 8 AM - 12 PM
    • Monday, November 29, 11 AM - 6 PM (Closed for lunch 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM)
  • Adults must bring a photo ID on the day of vaccination
  • Minors (5-17 years old) must bring a birth certificate and school ID on the day of vaccination

For more information, please call the SELA Community Vaccination Hotline (323) 538-7802 Monday – Friday 9AM-6PM


 Los Angeles County Public Health

  • County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health Safer at Work and in The Community: Health Officer Order Frequently Asked Questions

Bell Testing Site - Provided Through the County of Los Angeles Public Health

Those Who Feel They Require Testing Should:

  • Contact their Primary Health Office/Physician
  • Schedule an Appointment for Free COVID-19 Testing at any of the County Testing Sites

Symptom Requirements For Testing:

  • Signs/Symptoms of Lower Respiratory Illness (e.g. Cough or Shortness of Breath)

Free Transportation Offered to Bell Residents for Walk up Testing:

  • Contact the Bell Community Center at (323) 773-1596. Click HERE for more information.  



March 16, 2020 — Following the President's Declaration of a National Emergency and reviewing the newest guidance provided by the State and County Departments of Public Health, the City of Bell is implementing temporary precautionary changes to City operations to protect the public and reduce community spread of Coronavirus (C0VlD-19). The following operational changes will be effective at 5:00 pm on Monday, March 16, 2020. The changes to operations will be in place through Friday, April 3rd, or until further notice.

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  • To find your local Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, Click HERE
  • For the Los Angeles County Office of Education Map of Student Meals and Distribution Sites, Click HERE
  • Southeast Los Angeles Food Distribution Centers, Click HERE 
  • KIPP Public Schools Southeast Los Angeles Food Distribution, Click HERE


  • Food Drop Off Requests for Bell Seniors, contact the Bell Community Services Hotline at 323-773-1596, Mon-Fri 8:00am to 6:00pm.
  • Southeast Los Angeles Senior Resources, Click HERE





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  • State Wide Rent Cap and Just Cause Protection, Click HERE for more information.
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  • CA COVID-19 Rent Relief Available to Income Eligible Households, Click HERE to View.


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To Set-up an appointment or if you have any questions for Paul Phillips, City Manager, please contact the following staff: Susie Gomes - Executive Assistant -[email protected]

  • PUBLIC WORKS (Streets, Lights, Water and Sewer) 



To Set-up an appointment or if you have any questions for Carlos Islas, Chief of Police, please contact the following staff: Angela Ruiz - Management Analyst - [email protected]

  • DISPATCH & RECORDS:Please call (323) 585-1245



To Set-up an appointment or if you have any questions for Manuel Acosta, Community Development Director, please contact him directly at[email protected]

    • Please e-mail Jackie Choi - Economic Specialist - [email protected] - 323-588-6211


To Set-Up an appointment with Allan Perdomo, Community Services Director please contact the following staff: Francesca Sciamanna - Los angeles regional food bank los angeles ca Analyst - [email protected] - (323) 773-1596

    • Youth Soccer & Ernest Debs Park - Albert Rea - Recreation Coordinator [email protected] 
    • Special Events & Camp Little Bear Park - Gaston Flores - Recreation Coordinator - [email protected] 
    • Youth Development Programs & Veterans Memorial Park - Jocelyn Uribe - Recreation Coordinator - [email protected] 
    • Senior Programs, Bell Community Center & Bell Futsal Park - Alvin Tumala - Recreation Coordinator - [email protected] 
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      • Pet license renewal fees will not be collected at the counter, only via mail los angeles regional food bank los angeles ca online via the DACC website. Pet owners will be given a 30-day grace period for late license submittal without penalty.
      • Pet owners who wish to surrender their pets will be asked to delay doing so if possible
      • DACC will encourage people who have found stray animals to foster them, if possible, and use the “Shadow” app on the DACC’s website to help reunite lost pets with their owner
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    • Please e-mail Francesca Sciamanna - Management Analyst - [email protected]
      • The La Campana Fixed Route Shuttle will not be in services on Saturdays until further notice
      • All La Campana Passengers are required to wear face masks/coverings before boarding.



To Set-Up an appointment with the Finance Director or Accounting Manager please contact them at: Tineke Norrdin - Finance Director -  [email protected]and Elisa Gratil - Accounting Manager -  [email protected] 



To Set-Up an appointment please contact the following staff: Sergio Ibarra - Human Resources & Risk Manager - [email protected]  



To Set-Up an appointment please contact the following staff: Noel Barajas - Sr. Human Resources Analyst - [email protected]  




  • All parks will be closed from Saturday, March 14 - Friday, May 1.



POLICE Los angeles regional food bank los angeles ca DIVISION

  • Please expect to be asked the following questions when contacted by Bell PD:
  • Any non-emergency police reports will be taken over the phone. Please call our business line (323) 585-1245 for assistance. A police officer will contact you and determine if a report can be taken over the phone or a response is los angeles regional food bank los angeles ca. All calls will be prioritized according to the type of call for service is being made.
  • Any complaints or general information (non-police response related) please call (323) 538-7801. Please leave your contact information and we will call you back as soon as possible.


  • Bell Police Department lobby shall be closed for walk-ins. Any records request shall be made by appointment only. This includes copies of reports, Public Record Request (PRAs), impound releases, etc. Please call this temporary records appointment hotline for appointments (323) 538-7800.
  • Parking citation payments will not be accepted at Bell PD. You can submit payment or contest a citation online at www.citationprocessingcenter.com.


  • Please expect investigative interviews to be made over the phone. If detectives determine that you must come in or they need to come to you, please let detectives know if you are experiencing los angeles regional food bank los angeles ca symptoms.


  • All parking laws and restrictions remain in effect.
  • No overnight parking between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. municipal code will continue to be enforced.


  • ALL visitations have been suspended unless it is a visit from the arrested person’s personal attorney.



  • The Bell Community Center's mainline (323) 773-1596 has been extended to answer any community questions. All park calls will be forward to the Bell Community Center beginning on Saturday, March 14th.
  • The temporary phone line schedule is the following:
    • Monday - Friday / 8:00a.m. – 6:00p.m.



  • City Commission Meetings are canceled until the end of March, or until further notice.



  • The Los Angeles Unified School District has closed all schools from Monday, March 16 through Friday, May 1, 2020.




The City of Bell is coordinating with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health), this is the local agency that is taking the lead in the prevention of the spread of novel coronavirus. The health and well-being of the greater Los Angeles community remain our top priority. For information on the los angeles regional food bank los angeles ca of the virus, the City of Bell recommends reliable sources of information such as theLos Angeles County Public Health Department, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). The CDC is the primary source for this article.



According to the CDC, imported cases of COVID-19 in travelers have been detected in the U.S. Person-to-person spread of COVID-19 also has been reported among close contacts of returned travelers from Wuhan. On February 25, 2020, CDC confirmed COVID-19 in a chase bank $200 savings account offer who reportedly did not have relevant travel history or exposure to another known patient with COVID-19 (unknown exposure).



Both MERS-CoV and SARS-CoV have been known to cause severe illness in people. The complete clinical picture with regard to COVID-19 is not fully understood. Reported illnesses have ranged from mild to severe, including illness resulting in death. Learn more about the symptoms associated with COVID-19.



Outbreaks of novel virus infections among people are always of public health concern. The risk from these outbreaks depends on the characteristics of the virus, including how well it spreads between people, the severity of resulting illness, and the medical or other measures available to control the impact of the virus (for example, vaccine or treatment medications). The fact that this disease has caused illness, including illness resulting in death, and sustained person-to-person spread is concerning. These factors meet two of the criteria of a pandemic. As community spread is detected in more and more countries, the world moves closer toward meeting the third criteria, the worldwide spread of the google account manage my business virus.

The potential public health threat posed by COVID-19 is high, both globally and to the United States.

But the individual risk is dependent on exposure.

  • For the general American public, who are unlikely to be exposed to this virus at this time, the immediate health risk from COVID-19 is considered low.
  • Under current circumstances, certain people will have an increased risk of infection, for example healthcare workers caring for patients with COVID-19 and other close contacts of persons with COVID-19. CDC has developed guidance to help in the risk assessment and management of people with potential exposures to COVID-19.

However, it’s important to note that current global circumstances suggest it is los angeles regional food bank los angeles ca that this virus will cause a pandemic. In that case, the risk assessment would be different.



More cases are likely to be identified in the coming days, including more cases in the United States. It’s also likely that person-to-person spread will continue to occur, including in the United States. Widespread transmission of COVID-19 in the United States would translate into large numbers of people needing medical care at the same time. Schools, childcare centers, workplaces, and other places for mass gatherings may experience more absenteeism. Public health and healthcare systems may become overloaded, with elevated rates of hospitalizations and deaths. Other critical infrastructure, such as law enforcement, emergency medical services, and the transportation industry may also jaguar f type specs affected. Health care providers and hospitals may be overwhelmed. At this time, there is no vaccine to protect against COVID-19 and no medications approved to treat it. Nonpharmaceutical interventions would be the most important response strategy.



Global efforts at this time are los angeles regional food bank los angeles ca concurrently on containing the spread of this virus and mitigating the impact of this virus. The federal government is working closely with state, local, tribal, and territorial partners, as well as public health partners, to respond to this public health threat. The public health response is multi-layered, with the goal of detecting and minimizing introductions of this virus in the United States so as to reduce the spread and the impact of this virus. CDC is operationalizing all of its pandemic preparedness and response plans, working on multiple fronts to meet these goals, including specific measures to prepare communities to respond to local transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19. There is an abundance of pandemic guidance developed in anticipation of an influenza pandemic that is being repurposed and adapted for a COVID-19 pandemic.



While the immediate risk of this new virus to the American public is believed to be low at this time, everyone can do their part to help us respond to this emerging public health threat:

  • It’s currently flu and respiratory disease season and CDC recommends getting a flu vaccine, taking everyday preventive actions to help stop the spread of germs, and taking flu antivirals if prescribed.
  • If you are a healthcare provider, be on the look-out for people who recently traveled from China and have a fever and respiratory symptoms.
  • If you are a healthcare provider caring for a COVID-19 patient or a public health responder, please take care of yourself and follow recommended infection control procedures.
  • If you have been in China or have been exposed to someone sick with COVID-19 in the last 14 days, you will face some limitations on your movement and activity. Please follow instructions during this time. Your cooperation is integral to the ongoing public health response to try to slow spread of this virus. If you develop COVID-19 symptoms, contact your healthcare provider, and tell them about your symptoms and your travel or exposure to a COVID-19 patient.
  • For people who are ill with COVID-19, please follow CDC guidance on how to reduce the risk of spreading your illness to others.


Los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC)- Enfermedad del Coronavirus 2019 (COVID‑19)

California Employment Development Department (EDD) Resources on Coronavirus 2019


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