Fresno Metro Ministry is Building Partnerships for Community Well-Being.

Since 1970, Fresno Metro Ministry has actively advocated for the health and well-being of our community.  Join us in in honoring our 45-year history of community action, as we enter a new era of “Learning, Connecting and Engaging to Achieve Healthy People and Healthy Places.”   

Serving as a community “convener” is a fundamental part of our history, and our future, as we build partnerships across all identities, traditions and boundaries.  Today, we pay homage to this meaningful history by facilitating new results-oriented partnerships among communities, businesses and institutions that will measurably increase resilience, health and prosperity in our region.  Our efforts are aimed at positively impacting conditions and opportunities for the diversity of people who live and work in Fresno and the San Joaquin Valley.

Christopher De León (Chris)

Chris DeLeon

Position: Community Gardens Program Manager
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"Fresno Metro has given me the opportunity, resources and framework to be able to engage community members in the development of community gardens/urban farms and work towards addressing core systemic issues within our food system. I love that I get to work with my hands, work directly with community members, and advocate for much needed resources. I am dedicated to the work and continue to stay motivated by the impact we have on our communities."

Yang Soua Fang

Yang Soua Fang

Position: Community Gardens Project Manager
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"Working with Fresno Metro has been an amazing experience because I am able to apply my skills to serve a wide range of demographic from little children to older individuals and more particularly the Hmong community. I love that I am able to fully apply my language skills to assist our elderly Hmong population as they create green spaces to grow fresh produce for their families to eat while also being able to teach young minds about the food systems and how to battle the issues of food waste and food insecurity. I appreciate the space that I am give to build a healthy community through collaboration and unity."

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