- Health, Human Services
- Chamber Member
Project MANA is a local food pantry serving the needy, the ill, the elderly and children.
Project MANA was founded in 1989 by a local Sierra Nevada College student who fed the local community out of her garage with one case of donated soup. Now, over 25 years later, Project MANA has grown to serve nearly 3,000 individuals across 3 counties in Nevada and California within the North Lake Tahoe/Truckee region.?
Our mission is to reduce the incidence of hunger and its detrimental effects upon individuals, families, the community and the region. In addition to providing hunger relief, we have developed programs designed to alleviate the causes of hunger and promote nutrition through education and awareness.
Project MANA believes that adequate food for the maintenance of physical, emotional, and mental well-being is a basic human right. Since July of 1991, Project MANA has responded to the emergency food needs of individuals, families, and children in North Lake Tahoe and Truckee communities by:
* Providing immediate relief to those experiencing hunger via weekly food distributions and food deliveries to homebound community members.
* Educating and empowering individuals and families experiencing hunger to identify and alleviate the causes of hunger.
* Mobilizing human and other community resources to advocate for the food insecure and low-income populations, alongside educating the community about hunger issues.
* Breaking the cycle of hunger and building a hunger-free community.
JobsProgram AssistantCategory: Non-Profit and Social ServicesOrganizational Overview: Project MANA (Making Adequate Nutrition Accessible) is a hunger relief organization serving the North Lake Tahoe and Truckee. Since its inception in July of 1991, Project MANA has responded to the emergency food needs of the homeless, the elderly, the homebound, families in need, children and single parents.Position Overview: This position implements Project MANA’s food ...read more
ContactDeidre LedfordPhone:(775) 298-4161Fax:(775) 298-4162