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Civil Rights for TEFAP/CSFP Partner Agencies

Civil Rights training is required annually for all partner agencies participating in the Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) and the Commodity Senior Food Program (CSFP). CFB staff facilitate Civil Rights for TEFAP/CSFP partner agencies once per month in the Mark Fay conference room of the Community Food Bank Tucson branch. These classes are offered on the third Monday of every other month (or the 4th Monday when there is a holiday) from 10-11:30am. Classes are free, and no registration is required.

You can also download either of the civil rights training presentations and host a training at your agency for staff and volunteers or view them from home. Please be sure to complete and sign the Annual Civil Rights form and the Volunteer Confidentiality form and return them to agencylogs@communityfoodbank.org. Off-site trainings are only valid upon receipt of both signed forms. Both forms can be found under Partner Agency Forms.

 

Download the Civil Rights presentation Download the DES presentation