Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties
Rating: 4.8 stars 97 97 reviews
4001 N 1st Street San Jose CA 95134 USA
Lead our community to ensure that anyone who needs a healthy meal can get one.
We are the largest nonprofit provider of food in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties; nearly 1 in 10 people in our region receives some of their food from Second Harvest Food Bank. Last year, we provided more than 65 million pounds of food to a network of more than 320 community-based organizations at more than 850 sites across both counties.
our neighbors who need a healthy meal
Direct beneficiaries per year:
over a quarter of a million people each month
Geographic areas served:
Santa Clara County, San Mateo County
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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Reviews for Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties
For the past 14 years, I've been honored to be a nonprofit partner and now a board member for Second Harvest Food Bank. During that time, Second Harvest has always been a leading advocate for food and nutrition in our community, and they have scaled their mission to meet the rising needs in Silicon Valley. Kathy Jackson, Executive Director, and the dedicated staff are innovators in the nonprofit sector, engaging business leaders and community members to work to solve hunger issues and shed light on the policy issues affecting nutrition. They truly are thought leaders.
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Double their donations - every dollar is well spent.
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