San Francisco Chronicle: Tech Companies Rally Behind San Francisco-Marin Food Bank

November 8, 2016

Jerry Kennelly strode into the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank Monday afternoon with dozens of employees from Riverbed Technology, a San Francisco software company, in tow.

The employees took over a back room at the food bank to volunteer as the nonprofit kicked off its latest fundraising effort, #HackHunger, to raise half a million dollars from local technology companies.
“We’re killing it,” Kennelly, the CEO of the technology company, said, as he divvied up canned food into different bins alongside his employees.  As they handled peanut butter and pasta and cereal, the tech employees took on determined looks as Stevie Wonder blasted from a nearby radio.

Click HERE to read more about #HackHunger in the San Francisco Chronicle