V4V & WIC: Supporting Healthy Pregnancies and Families

Leatrice and Giovanna are both mothers who were enrolled in Vouchers 4 Veggies (V4V) through their participation in WIC. Leatrice has been enrolled in the program twice, first in 2015 when she [...]

Sandra: Improving Health by Eating More Fruits and Vegetables

“I lost some weight, my A1C is down, my blood pressure’s normal. So, it’s helped in so many different ways. My doctors are very happy I got on this program.”– Sandra, Eat SF participant in the [...]

The Elm Participants: Little Conveniences Make a Big Difference

51 year old EatSF participant who lives at the Elm, a supportive housing site in the Tenderloin through the Episcopal Community Services (ECS), raves about the EatSF program: “I really [...]

EatSF is Making a Difference!

EatSF/V4V is excited to share the impact of our program! Since 2015, our program  has served over 10,000 individuals and infused $1.5 million in produce purchases within low-income [...]

Pacific Bay Inn: Feeding People, Fighting Disease, and Growing Communities

 “I think there should be more programs like this and more healthy options for our tenants. They don’t have a lot of income and it really helps,” Shannon, a case manager at Pacific Bay Inn, [...]

Donald: Decreasing Stress by Improving Health

Meet Donald, 77-year-old EatSF participant who has endured many trials in his lifetime. Stress is not foreign to Donald – who often struggles to make ends meet. Donald has lived in San [...]

Amber: Gaining Stability and Consistency Through EatSF

On a brisk Wednesday morning in June, Amber, an EatSF participant, was redeeming her vouchers at the bustling Heart of the City Farmer’s Market. She was enthusiastic to speak to the EatSF staff [...]