Due to COVID-19, the number of people in need of food assistance is staggering. We are working 24/7 to be able to distribute food to more households than ever before.
Since 1987, the Food Bank has pioneered many successful models aimed at ending hunger. See how your support has fueled our growth over the years.
We hear stories of people getting back on their feet because – despite job loss or illness – they could count on food from the Food Bank. Read their stories on our blog.
The increased need persists and will for months and years to come. We cannot rest until no one has to worry about where their next meal will come from. We need continued help from our community to provide food for all.
were at risk of hunger before the pandemic. Now we know the need is even greater.
receiving weekly groceries, 20,000 more than before the pandemic.
distributed every week
sheltering in place get home-delivered groceries
to our Food Locator tool
We advocate at the local, state, and national levels for policy reform and program improvements to assist people at risk of hunger.
We help eligible neighbors access CalFresh (food stamps) benefits, one of the best ways to end hunger.
We help college students achieve their academic and life goals by providing weekly groceries right on campus.
We support and collaborate with a network of over 384 community organizations.
We have been bolstering our efforts to ensure access to food during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We offer our pantry participants more than 50 unique types of fruits and vegetables annually.
We help patients access good food and nutrition education as part of their health care.
We provide home-delivered groceries to support better health and increased self-sufficiency for seniors and neighbors with disabilities.
We serve isolated, low-income families in West Marin with our pantry on wheels.
We distribute food at 240 pantries, where participants choose fresh groceries in a farmers market-style setting.
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