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Keeping Food Chill, All the Way From Watsonville

refrigerated truck

Everyone has something to give. Sometimes it’s money, sometimes it’s time, and sometimes it’s … temperature control expertise? Feeding 55,000 people each month takes more than food. A complex operation with many parts gets the food in the door, stores

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Wanted: Two AmeriCorps Volunteers


We have an exciting opportunity for people who want to give back to their community! We are currently seeking two AmeriCorps volunteers for a year-long commitment to help us with our Food For Children and Passion For Produce programs. We

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The Eggs That Help Crack Hunger

Dorothy Glaum and granddaughter Mikayla at the Glaum Egg Ranch

The humble egg—small, self-packaged, and the start of so many omelets, pancakes, and decadent desserts. But thanks to three generations of Aptos egg ranchers, it’s also the source of some of the fruits and vegetables, rice and beans, and chicken

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August Volunteer Spotlight–David JohnsonWilliams

David and Forklift 2-edited

“The food bank is an important part of this community. It has been a privilege to work in an environment where you can see the impact we are creating, and to meet others who are also dedicated to improving the lives of others.”

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