Distribution & Weekly Update

Next community food distribution: Friday, June 5th, Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk - SANTA CRUZ - , 9am to 1pm.

Community Cares

Thank you for your substantial added support of Second Harvest during this critical time.

American AgCredit
A&I Transport, Inc
AT&T
Bank of America Charitable Foundation
Betty’s Burgers
C&N Tractors
Canepa, Inc.
Cassidy’s Pizza
Cilantro’s/El Palomar
Community Foundation for Monterey County
Community Foundation Santa Cruz County
Cowles Berry Farm, inc.
Deluxe Foods of Aptos
Driscoll’s
E&S Trucking
Earthbound Farm
Feeding America
Field Fresh Farms
Fieldsketch Farm
Fitz Fresh Mushrooms
Guaranteed Rate – The Sullivans
Impact Assets

Jalisco’s
Lakeside Organic Farms
Latigo Management, Inc
Lime Technologies
Lineage Logistics
Logical Elegance
Looker

Mizkan America, Inc.
New Leaf Community Markets
Nob Hill Food –  Raleys 
Olive Springs Quarry
Poly, Inc.
Redtree Partners
Risk Management Solutions
Safeway Inc.
Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors

Santa Cruz County Cycling Club 
Santa Cruz County Fair Grounds
Santa Cruz Warriors
Scarborough Lumber
Sergey Brin Family Foundation

Sunlight Giving Foundation
Superior Foods
Tam Communications
The Alberstons Companies Foundation
The Alliance CCAH 
The George Sarlo Foundation
The Ginger People
The Packard Foundation
Togos- Capitola-Scotts Valley-Watsonville
True Leaf Farms
Vans Shoes
Variance Objects

Founded in 1972, Second Harvest Food Bank Santa Cruz County was the first food bank in California and is the second oldest in the nation.

Donate

Volunteer

Find Food

Donate

Volunteer

Find Food

We source over 8 million pounds of food each year from farms, grocery stores, food manufacturers, distributors, and individuals, and distribute it to 100 food pantries, schools, soup kitchens, group homes, youth centers, and more, plus another 100 Second Harvest program sites.

More than 60% of the food we distribute is fresh produce, making Second Harvest Food Bank Santa Cruz County the Healthiest Food Bank in the nation.

1 in 4 children

1 in 4 children

1 in 4 children and 1 in 5 adults face the reality of hunger in Santa Cruz County. We reach 55,000 people each month—that’s children, seniors, veterans, homeless, working poor, and more who need some help from their neighbors to make it through a tough time.

1 in 5 overall

1 in 5 overall

How do we do it? We can provide 4 meals for every $1 donated—thanks to our extensive relationships with farmers, retailers, and food bank networks, and our dedicated volunteers.

But we can’t do any of it without you.

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