APPETITE FOR JUSTICE
Food Empowerment Project, like many nonprofits, is often asked if we work with other organizations to further our message. As we all know, our voices are stronger together, though we also know that many people ask this question since other organizations seem to do similar work. Although Food Empowerment Project is not in that category, as we are unique, our different programs taken in a singular way are similar to work done by other NGOs.
I went vegan in 1988 for the animals. In fact, I was in elementary school the first time I tried to go vegetarian – that
Recently Marketplace ran a story on a new USDA-funded program: “Amazon, Walmart now offering grocery delivery to SNAP recipients.” Although I appreciate that the Marketplace
Food Empowerment Project’s recommended mascot – Chavez Food Empowerment Project (F.E.P.) appreciates all of you who use our chocolate list as a way to buy
Understanding Food Empowerment Project’s Chocolate List Food Empowerment Project publishes a list of companies that sell chocolates that we do and do not recommend. To
Giving back just a little to help right an injustice (Update on Food Empowerment Project School Supply Drive 2018)
Delivery in Watsonville. Photo by Souledad Productions. As a vegan organization, Food Empowerment Project (F.E.P.) encourages people who have access to healthy food to