Food insecurity affects up to two-thirds of California Community College students. The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and the Foundation are working together along with multiple partners on a statewide level, including CSU Chico’s Center for Healthy Communities, to raise awareness and conduct outreach among students to enroll for CalFresh benefits. The Foundation also received generous gifts from the Golden 1 Credit Union and previously from the Kroger Co. Foundation to conduct targeted CalFresh outreach on college campuses and their surrounding communities. These efforts include creating outreach toolkits with promotional materials, digital outreach, CalFresh outreach training and technical assistance, as well as a pilot program for CalFresh Outreach Student Ambassadors. By reducing student hunger, CalFresh benefits can help our students to have better outcomes both in health and education. This comprehensive awareness campaign will aim to reduce stigma around the program, encourage students to find out if they are eligible, and apply for benefits at students.getcalfresh.org. The CalFresh outreach project is funded in part by USDA, SNAP, known in California as CalFresh, an equal opportunity provider and employer, and the California Department of Social Services.