You Can Make a Difference!
Every $1 donated provides 4 healthy meals to those in need. There are over 55,000 working poor parents, children and seniors in need of food each month in Santa Cruz County. Half of those served are children with no other resource for a nutritious meal.
Amazon has teamed up with Feeding America to offer a platform where Second Harvest can register our requests online. To see our wish list, which includes food items as well as diapers, click here.
Mail a check.
Second Harvest Food Bank
800 Ohlone Parkway
Watsonville, CA 95076-7005
Donate by phone.
Make a credit card (Visa/MasterCard/American Express) donation by calling (831) 722-7110, ext 210.
Donate in person.
Food donations are accepted at our warehouse during receiving hours from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
Enroll in monthly giving.
Monthly gifts can be automatically charged to your credit card or deducted from your checking account. For more information, contact Clyde or (831) 722-7110, ext 210.
Donate stocks or vehicles.
Give stocks or vehicles. For more information on stock donations, contact Lisa or (831) 722-7110, x 219. For more information on donating your vehicle, please call 800-240-0160 for a Car Program referral.
Please contact Grace or (831) 722-7110, ext 208 to make arrangements.
Give time – click here to find out how to volunteer.
Give services and equipment.
Second Harvest accepts gifts of services (graphic design, public relations, professional services, etc.), trucks, equipment, electronic and print media, land, homes, etc. Please contact Lisa at (831) 722-7110 x 219.
Other Giving Options
If you are interested in reserving a Wall of Hope tile, please contact us at 831.722.7110 x230 or email email@example.com
We accept corporate matching gifts, honorary and memorial gifts, planned giving (living trust and estate planning), endowment gifts, corporate sponsorship, challenge gifts, and grants. Please contact Lisa at (831) 722-7110 x 219.
Second Harvest strives to be good stewards of the resources entrusted to us. Click here for a copy of our Donor Bill of Rights.