Local Partners of the PAMF Youth Nutrition Program
Below are some of the Youth Nutrition Program's terrific local partners:
Seeks to educate and engage youth and communities in food system change through sustainable programs that impact health, education, and the environment. Collective Roots achieves its mission through the innovative integration and implementation of two key program areas: garden-based learning and food system change.
Dairy Council of California
Strives to enhance the health and well-being of children and adults by enabling individuals to make healthful food and lifestyle choices through our nutrition education programs used by educators and health professionals.
of Santa Clara
First 5 aims to ensure children are healthy and prepared for school, connect families to parenting resources and strengthen our community
San Jose State University
Nutrition Education Action Team (NEAT)
Group of nutrition students who advocate healthy nutrition practices to SJSU students and community members. NEAT presents nutrition education seminars and workshops, organize outreach events, and coordinate events for National Nutrition Month and Eating Disorders Awareness Week. NEAT members are undergraduate and graduate students in the Nutrition and Food Science program at San Jose State University.
Second Harvest Food Bank
of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties
In addition to providing food, they conduct nutrition classes and work with lawmakers to advocate for policy changes that can help eliminate hunger and its root causes.
University of California Cooperative Extension
of Santa Clara County
UCCE members are dedicated to creating, developing and delivering knowledge and practical information in agricultural, natural and human resources to improve the quality of life of Californians.