March 9

Hunger In Our Community

12:00 pm — 1:30 pm

The event will be held via Zoom.

Find out what you can do. Act your conscience.
Click here to view the
Hunger In Our Community event flyer

Hear Blake Young, CEO Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services, explain the daily struggle to prevent hunger in our community.
Learn from Dr. Robert Nelsen, President of CSUS, about college students going hungry

Over 215,000 Sacramento residents and over 104,000 children don’t get enough food to eat. They are unable to access affordable, nutritious food.

Mothers and fathers are choosing between feeding their families and providing a home for their children.

College students are also vulnerable. 1 out of 4 college students need support for food and basic necessities.

Pre-COVID, Sac State’s Food Pantry estimated that 11,000 students and their families would need assistance in 2021.

Click here to RSVP for Hunger In Our Community

While this event is free, donations to the Sacramento Food Bank and the CSUS ASI Food Pantry are greatly appreciated. NCJW Sacramento will match total donations made up to $1,000.00. Use this online form to make your donation: