DONATE

 

As a nonprofit organization, we rely on our community’s generosity and partnership to do the work of cultivating a healthy, just, and sustainable food system. Your tax-deductible donation helps empower the network behind San Diego County's food system to elevate social, environmental, and economic equity for all.

We also accept donation via check. Please send a check, made payable to our fiscal sponsor "Leah’s Pantry" (with "San Diego Food System Alliance" in memo) to our mailing address: P.O. BOX 3185, San Diego, CA 92163. Thank you!

 
 
 

become a corporate partner

We love our Corporate Partners! The San Diego Food System Alliance greatly values its relationships with the business community and recognizes the opportunity that corporate partnerships provide to increase our collective impact.

Benefits of corporate partnership with the Alliance include:

  • Increased visibility for your business through our network of more than 150 San Diego organizations, thousands of social media followers, and community events

  • A tax-deductible donation to a nonprofit organization doing important work to improve the health of our neighborhoods and our planet

  • A strategic investment that yields a return in the form of a stronger local economy

  • Additional benefits, including community engagement and education opportunities for your team, that we can tailor to fit your organization!

To learn more about the benefits of partnering with the San Diego Food System Alliance, see our Corporate Partnership Overview. Contact Emilio Flores at emilio@sdfsa.org if interested.

 

support the inaugural san diego county food vision 2030 gathering

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As we launch our most ambitious initiative to date, San Diego County Food Vision 2030, we are thrilled to also announce an epic event supporting this effort: the Inaugural San Diego County Food Vision 2030 Gathering. The Gathering will be held in San Diego, CA, in June 2020. Read the full announcement here.

The Gathering will cover critical issues across the entire food system, including: Achieving Equity, Confronting Climate Change, Sustaining Food Production, Exploring Food Processing and Manufacturing, Marketing Our Food Products Locally, Reducing Wasted Food, Cultivating Food Culture, and more.

We anticipate attendance of at least 500 food system stakeholders and leaders.

Please contact Emilio Flores at emilio@sdfsa.org if you’d like to learn more about supporting the Inaugural San Diego County Food Vision 2030 Gathering next June.