Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties

Rating: 4.77 stars   83 reviews

Address:

4001 N 1st Street San Jose CA 95134 USA

Mission:

Providing food for people in need in our community.

Results:

We provide the equivalent of nearly 142,500 meals per day to hungry people. Last year, we provided more than 62 million pounds of food; more than half was fresh produce.

Target demographics:

provide food for people in need in our community.

Direct beneficiaries per year:

nearly a quarter of a million people each month

Geographic areas served:

Santa Clara County, San Mateo County

Programs:

Food Connection, Kids NOW (Nutrition on Weekends), Family Harvest, Operation Brown Bag for seniors, Mobile Pantry, Produce Mobile, Food Stamp Outreach, Nutrition Education, and our Partner Agencies program

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408-266-8866
www.SHFB.org

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Reviews for Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties

Role: Professional with expertise in this field
Rating: 1 stars  

VERY disappointing. We went to discuss their outreach with families and they spent the majority of the time promoting the local "talent" industry people in music and fashion than they did discussing the needs of low income and homeless people in the area who get a tax write off to help. VERY DISAPPOINTING. Many lovely charities in the area that are far more interesting in reaching and helping those who struggle.

 
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(Nonprofit Staff) wrote:

This appears to be a review for a different Second Harvest Food Bank. We are a California-based food bank and do not host events promoting local music and fashion.

Role: Professional with expertise in this field
Rating: 5 stars  

Remarkable leadership and execution of mission. Excellent brand awareness because of its stellar work.

 
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