Slow Food USA featured Nourished Neighbors in their "Exploring Cultural Exchange" Story Series: When Food and People Come Together - multimedia stories from food connectors across the continent who are exploring cultural exchange in every day work and life.
Check Please! Bay Area
E14th Eatery + Kitchen was featured on ED's Check, Please! Bay Area as part of a new show segment, "Cecilla Tries It!" with reporter Cecilia Phillips, putting a spotlight on local food business in unincorporated Ashland. Catch the feature here!
ReGen on Workforce Development
Through California's Workforce Accelerator Fund, we were selected to share the story of the ReGen program and the impact this program has in the communities it is supporting.
Celebrating a Year of Success
Mandela Partners wrapped up another amazing year and is excited about the next chapter. This quick video shows a snapshot of our accomplishments in 2019, and how you can get involved!
A Year of Transformation
2018 marked the year that Mandela—building on its strong model for community food oriented development—put the wheels in motion to rename and rebrand Mandela MarketPlace as Mandela Partners.
The Victory Garden's Edible Feast Episode 5 - Mandela Foods Cooperative
The Victory Garden travels to Oakland and to the Mandela Foods Coop, a cooperative grocery store created by the community.
Raise the Ladder
Our approach is based on a systems model that addresses issues of economic disinvestment, food insecurity, and health inequity, building on community assets to cultivate a thriving food hub.
Food to Families
In partnership with the West Oakland Health Center, the Foods to Families (F2F), a 3-year project that wrapped up in 2013, provided health & wellness workshops, cooking demos, and group experiences for community to community families.