Our current priority is an effective vaccine rollout to farmworkers so that we can ensure health and safety on our farms statewide. As Latino communities continue to be the most affected population in California’s COVID-19 crisis, it is imperative that we provide easy access to vaccines to stop the spread throughout our state.
As Latino communities continue to be the most affected population in the State, access to the vaccine will be critical to ensure Farmworker safety and well-being. COVID-19 Testing – Infection rates in rural Farmworker communities continue to increase, and the need for testing is needed to halt the current community spread.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Distribution
More than 720,000 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) units have been distributed to Farmworkers and their families via donations from the public and private sectors.
Local Farm-Working Mothers Honored with Food, Roses and Gift Bags
Farm-working mothers across the Coachella Valley were honored Monday during the California Farmworker Foundation’s third annual Mother’s Day celebration.
Fresno Vaccine Site
Hundreds of farmworkers received COVID-19 vaccinations at our rural outreach event on February 4, 2021.
Increased our food distributions throughout California to combat food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, CFF delivered more than 230,000 pounds of food to over 25,000 families throughout the year.