On Saturday, May 12, people from across the country will partner with their letter carriers to help “Stamp Out Hunger.” Now in its 20th year, the Stamp Out Hunger food drive is the largest single-day effort to combat hunger in America and the largest single-day food drive for Second Harvest Food Bank. . . . → Read More: Stamp out Hunger on Saturday!
Thanks to the generous support of local companies and individuals, Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties has reached its Holiday Food and Fund Drive goals of $11.3 million and 1.6 million pounds of food. The holiday drive is a critical fundraiser for Second Harvest because the Food Bank raises nearly half its annual revenues during the holidays. . . . → Read More: Second Harvest Reaches Holiday Food and Fund Goals!
Dancing Christmas lights and food drives have become a legendary combination in Sunnyvale. When Anthony Bernal learned that long-time community champion, Dave Severns, passed away this October he knew that the show needed to carry on for both the families who enjoy the lights and those who Second Harvest Food Bank serves. . . . → Read More: Most Valuable Coordinator: Anthony Bernal
Second Harvest Food Bank has officially kicked off the Holiday Food and Fund Drive along with a winning team to help raise $11.3 million and 11.6 million pounds of food. Taking lead are Holiday Food and Fund Drive Co-Chairs Mike Klayko, CEO of Brocade, and Jed York, president and CEO of the San Francisco 49ers. . . . → Read More: Join the Holiday Food and Fund Drive Team!
Although Labor Day provides a much-appreciated break from work, we want to share a way to keep employees happy at any time of the year. By encouraging your colleagues to play with their food, you can increase morale, satisfaction and productivity while feeding hungry people at the same time. Our CANstructive suggestion has one company building towers in mere minutes. . . . → Read More: Can you do the CANstruction?
In light of the recent tragedy in Japan we are reminded of the importance of emergency preparedness. While our thoughts are with the victims of the earthquake and its aftermath, we hope you will take some time to prepare your family for a potential disaster. 60% of Californians do not have enough water, let alone food, stored for use in case of an earthquake. One of our supporters shared a great reason to change that, while giving back. . . . → Read More: Preparing for the Unpredictable
The Freedom from Hunger Awards will celebrate the community champions who helped feed a quarter million hungry neighbors each month by hosting more than 2,000 Food & Fund Drives last year. On Monday, March 14th, participants from the 2010 drive year will be honored at Second Harvest’s 20th Annual Recognition Event. . . . → Read More: Freedom From Hunger Awards, Our 20th Recognition Event