Assessing the Impacts of a Helping Hand
Findings of the Project Understanding Food Pantry Clients' Survey
This research study was conducted by students in the Sociology Program at CSU Channel Islands as a service-learning project for the senior capstone course. Research consists of 34 qualitative interviews conducted in a one month period at Project Understanding (in both English and Spanish). Findings address the following areas: demographics of clients; patterns of public assistance; circumstances leading to pantry use; sharing of food with community members; components of respondents’ food supply; preferences regarding supplies at pantry; and impacts of the pantry on clients and the community.
How to Cite
Cabral, C., Gallegos, B., Gross, C., & Downey, D. (2019). Assessing the Impacts of a Helping Hand: Findings of the Project Understanding Food Pantry Clients’ Survey. CBR@CSUCI: An Annual Volume of Community-Based Research, 1. Retrieved from https://journals.calstate.edu/cbrci/article/view/2925
Social & Behavioral Sciences