Monica White speaks with George Alger about FoodShare, a nonprofit that distributes food to the hungry in Ventura County. This conversation features an emphasis on the unhoused.
Thank You First Responders: Local Food Distribution
FIRST RESPONDER TRIBUTE SERIES: Victoria Jump, Director of the Ventura County Area Agency on Aging, speaks with Monique Nowlin to honor the team of individuals and groups supporting local free food distribution to those in need.
Thank You First Responders: FoodShare and VCAAA
FIRST RESPONDER TRIBUTE SERIES: Denise Sindelar speaks with Monique Nowlin to honor FoodShare and The Ventura County Area Agency (VCAAA), for their efforts helping the community in times of need.
FoodShare During the Pandemic
Monica White of FoodShare speaks with Sandra Siepak about their unprecedented efforts to feed Ventura County families in need during the pandemic.
Project Understanding: Giving a Hand Up, Not a Handout
Tom Hilton speaks with Sandra Siepak about Project Understanding.
Feeding Ventura County’s Needy
FOOD Share is dedicated to feeding, nourishing and educating the hungry of Ventura County, educating the community on those who are hungry and why, and advocating a reduction of the root causes of hunger.
FOOD Share: Feeding the Hungry in Ventura County
President/Chief Executive Officer of FOOD Share, Bonnie Weigel, speaks with Our Ventura TV host, Sandra Siepak, about the organization’s work towards feeding the hungry in Ventura County.
Food Share: Ventura County’s Food Bank (PSA)
Bonnie Weigel presents a public service announcement about FOOD Share, Ventura County’s food bank.
Local Portrait Series Legacy: the Face of Ventura by Johanna Spinks
Johanna Spinks discusses her Face of Ventura portrait painting project of 57 subjects, along with Co-Creators, Sheldon Brown, publisher of the Ventura Breeze; and Bonnie Weigel, CEO and President of FOODshare; as well as a whole cast of sitters and
Agriculture at the Ventura County Fair
Charlotte Crocker talks about the exhibits in the Agriculture Building of the Ventura County Fair, including local grown fruits and vegetables, as well as a small amount of commercial produce.