Thinking about cleaning out your closet or clearing out the garage? Want to donate your valuables and support the Food Bank? When you donate your items to Community Thrift specify that you want to benefit the Food Bank, and when those items sell the Food Bank gets a large portion of the funds.
Who doesn’t have an old gift card lying around, waiting for a reason to be spent? What better reason than to help feed hungry Bay Area families! Donating gift cards is an easy way to support us. We’re now accepting ~100 gift card brands including Walmart, Starbucks, Target, Gap, Bed Bath & Beyond, etc. It’s fast, easy and online.
When you shop at smile.amazon.com, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. AmazonSmile is simple and automatic. It’s the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. Support the Food Bank by starting your shopping at smile.amazon.com.
By just showing up, shopping or dining out you can make a difference.
Mollie Stone’s Markets
Shop at Mollie Stone's and earn funds for the Food Bank! Mollie Stone’s will contribute up to 5% of your purchases to the Food Bank every time you present your card. Fill out the attached form and bring it to any Mollie Stone’s Markets location to register and receive your Community Card.
jcoco is a new line of American chocolate bars that combines contemporary flavors and global inspirations with local giving to the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank. That is why every time you purchase jcoco, we donate a fresh healthy serving of food to someone who would otherwise go without.
We depend on our friends and supporters to help raise funds and spread the wordabout hunger in our community. If you are thinking about designating us as the beneficiaryof your event by asking your friends and families to donate to the Food Bank in lieu of birthday, wedding, or Bar/Bat Mitzvah gifts, you’re taking a concrete step toward ending hunger. Whether your event is big or small, every dollar counts — because we turn every $1 you raise into $5 worth of food.