Monthly Archives: September 2014
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Why Does School Food Matter? An Interview with the Director of the School Food Initiative

Read Orfalea Foundation School Food Initiative Director Kathleen de Chadenedes’ interview with Nourish HERE.

Lompoc Unified School District Superintendent Trevor McDonald with Orfalea Foundation School Food Initiative Director Kathleen de Chadenedes.

Lompoc Unified School District Awarded $1.2 Million Grant to Expand Scratch-Cooked Entrees and Freshly Prepared Salad Bar Choices to All of its 14 Schools

September 29, 2014, Santa Barbara, CA: The Orfalea Foundation School Food Initiative (SFI) announced today that it has awarded $1.2 Million to the Lompoc Unified School District for the remodeling of its central kitchen, which provides Read more

Magali and other REACH students during a college tour.

In Pursuit of Higher Education: Two REACH Students’ Journey

Part 1: Introduction by Ken Gates In this occasional series, we’ll follow the adventures of two REACH students as they work their way through the process of getting from high school to college, from researching Read more

January 10, 2005.

Representative from Homeland Security to Speak at Santa Barbara Forum for Disaster Preparedness

Join faith-based and community-based leaders, including NGOs, emergency management and response professionals, for a one-day event to strengthen collaborative efforts for whole-community care in Santa Barbara County. 2014 Forum for Disaster Preparedness: Strengthening Faith-Based and Read more