We design and deliver trauma-informed nutrition security initiatives that contribute to nourished communities.
Browse our programs to see which one is right for you.
Become an Around the Table facilitator and bring cooking and nutrition programming to youth and caregivers in your community through a trauma-informed approach.
Become a trained NPP implementer and learn how to create client and community centered food distributions
Become a Food Smarts Curriculum facilitator and deliver healthy, nutritional cooking lessons and nutrition messaging aligned with trauma-informed principles to your community.
We envision a forum space for thought leaders to foster collaboration and community for listeners to access tools and resources on topics such as food security, community nutrition, and food equity.
Official CalFresh Healthy Living Training Partner
Leah’s Pantry is now the Statewide training team for CalFresh Healthy Living (CFHL). CFHL partners can now explore the diverse catalog of trainings, webinars, and partnered content on the new CFHL Statewide Training platform. Contact us if you need assistance.
WE ENVISION communities where everyone can cultivate a healthy relationship with food and their bodies.
OUR MISSION is to build and implement community nutrition and food security programs that align with trauma-informed, resilience-focused principles.
Training opportunities for individuals
Visit our training calendar page to view all upcoming training opportunities.
Customized training for your organization
Contact us to learn more about customized training options available for your organization.
Community Workshops and Nutrition Security Programming in California
Leah’s Pantry facilitators are available to deliver community workshops for select programs in California. Contact us to find out more.
What we do
We are passionate about educating community leaders how to transform the lives of all people in their communities with nourishing, trauma-sensitive solutions. Learn more about what we do locally and nationally.
Praise from our recent trainings
Since 2006, we’ve worked alongside talented educators, dedicated partners, and enthusiastic participants. We’re grateful to the thousands of people who have contributed to the impact of this work with their creativity, dedication, and open-hearted participation.
Leah's Pantry + One Safe Place
Through our partnership with the North County District Attorney’s Office, Leah’s Pantry provides weekly trauma-informed nutrition and cooking programming for individuals and families who are receiving services at One Safe Place
Leah’s Pantry News
One Safe Place
Through our partnership with the North County District Attorney’s Office, Leah’s Pantry provides weekly trauma-informed nutrition and cooking programming for individuals and families who are …
Giving Tuesday 2022
It’s that time of year again! Today is #GivingTuesday, a global day for people to show their generosity in a variety of ways during — …
Bosnia and Herzegovina Fellowship with YTILI
Our Program Manager Leah Quinn was featured in an article from the San Diego Diplomacy Council for her participation in the Young Transatlantic Innovative Leaders …
Join Our Growing Team!
Leah’s Pantry is currently hiring for Project Coordinator positions in California! Check out our Careers page to review the open positions and apply on Indeed!
Registration Open – Trauma-Informed Nutrition: Principles and Application of Trauma-Informed Care to the Field of Dietetics
Join Registered Dietitians Kristi Mollner and Anna Ng to discuss the application of trauma-informed principles to clinical, counseling, and community dietetic work. Registration open. Visit …
CSPI releases new resources for food donors
People who rely on the charitable food system both want and deserve nutritious food and beverages that support their health. Yet a 2018 report by …
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