Food Empowerment Project seeks to create a more just and sustainable world by recognizing the power of one’s food choices. We encourage choices that reflect a more compassionate society by spotlighting the abuse of animals on farms, the depletion of natural resources, unfair working conditions for produce workers, the unavailability of healthy foods in communities of color and low-income areas, and the importance of not purchasing chocolate that comes from the worst forms of child labor.
- Crayons & Colored Pencils
- Pens & Pencils
- Pencil Cases & Pouches
- Pencil Sharpeners
- Three Ring Binders
- Spiral Notebooks
- Lined Paper
- *Please purchase non-toxic items when possible
For more details and drop-off locations please view our School Supply Drive page.
Lack of access to healthy foods in communities of color and low-income communities is a huge part of our work at F.E.P. On June 26th, we’re hosting a community event in Vallejo, CA, to coincide with the release of our report highlighting the injustice of food inequality in that community.
Food Empowerment Project was invited to Vallejo to take a critical look at access to healthy foods. F.E.P. gathered information over the past couple of years and is getting ready to release the findings in Vallejo: City of Opportunity Lacks Access to Healthy Food.
Thanks to you, 2015 has been a year like no other at Food Empowerment Project.
Indeed, you are supporting a group like no other. Only F.E.P. makes the connections between human, animal, and environmental injustice in the food system so that we can create a more just and sustainable world for everyone.
Check out our video and lauren Ornelas will tell you about the amazing work for food justice that you made possible in 2015.
Make sure to read about even more 2015 highlights that your generous support made possible. We are delighted by all you have helped us accomplish this year.
Donate today to keep F.E.P. growing in 2016. We have ambitious plans for a world in which food empowerment for humans and compassion for all animals bring us closer to social justice for all—and every dollar helps!
Food Empowerment Project’s Chocolate List is available as a free app for your smart phone (or see our chocolate list webpage). Take a moment to download the app:
One goal of Food Empowerment Project is to highlight the inequity of the food system in the United States, which has led to higher rates of health problems among people of color and in low-income communities due to the lack of access to healthy foods.
Food Empowerment Project’s blog not only addresses the various issues we work on — the treatment of animals, workers, and the environment, as well as environmental justice issues — but also includes information about our current efforts and how people can get involved.