Inflation Hinders Recovery

Annual Report 2021-2022

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Uneven Recovery and Rising Need

Over the last year, we began seeing the long-term impact of the pandemic.

COVID-19 made income inequality in Silicon Valley even more pronounced. Families trying to recover from the financial devastation of months of lost income had little or no savings to help them weather even the smallest setback. Families and seniors on fixed incomes were faced with the new challenge of unprecedented fuel and food price increases, leaving more and more of our neighbors struggling to pay their rent and still put food on the table.

As inflation soared and pandemic support programs ended, many turned to Second Harvest of Silicon Valley for help. Starting in March 2022, we jumped from serving an average of 400,000 people a month to an average of 450,000 per month — the biggest surge in need since the peak of the pandemic.

It’s only through community support and the tireless efforts of our partners, volunteers and staff that we have continued to make sure that anyone needing our help can get it. Thank you for supporting Second Harvest and the hundreds of thousands of neighbors who rely on us for nutritious food every month.

Leslie Bacho, CEO, Second Harvest of Silicon Valley

Fiscal Year 2021-2022 by the Numbers

People per month*, increasing to 450,000 starting in March 2022
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Pounds of food per month* vs. 5.75M pounds of food/month pre-pandemic
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Drive-thru grocery distributions vs. 3 drive-thrus pre-pandemic
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Home deliveries to households per month* vs. 1,000 households/month pre-pandemic
Second Harvest trucks vs. 21 trucks pre-pandemic
Warehouses operating nearly 24 hours a day vs. 3 warehouses pre-pandemic
* FY21/22 monthly averages

Our Partners

Second Harvest is at the center of the charitable food distribution system in Silicon Valley, supplying fresh food through nearly 400 partner agencies at more than 900 sites across Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. Our partners include soup kitchens, affordable housing sites, rehabilitation centers, shelters, schools, colleges, libraries, senior centers, medical clinics and more.


Food is a source of stability in a time of uncertainty

The pandemic was devastating for many of our clients, and it will take years for our community to recover. Families, seniors, individuals and college students are struggling to make ends meet as prices of goods continue rising. Food from Second Harvest offered a critical source of nutrition and peace of mind to our clients who know that free, nutritious groceries are always available when they need them. While so much about the state of our economy and the lasting effects of the pandemic are still uncertain, Second Harvest ensures that anyone who needs access to healthy food can get it.

In a survey from Second Harvest clients:

of respondents had less than $100 in savings at the time of the survey.
of respondents said they feel able to provide healthier food for their family because of Second Harvest.
of respondents said they feel less stress when they receive free groceries from Second Harvest.

Client Stories

Working Mother of Two Still Needs Food Assistance

Sulma, Client | San Mateo

Sulma watches her 10-month-old and five-year-old kids during the day while her niece watches them at night. Sulma works as an office custodian in the evenings, and her partner, Elmer, works two full-time jobs. With the food she gets from Second Harvest she can cook herself soup to keep hydrated while she is breastfeeding. She regularly prepares healthy vegetable pupusas for her son in the morning because he loves them.

“Thank God [my partner] was able to keep working at his jobs [during the pandemic]. I had to ask for two loans to help him. And I am now deep in debt. What I earn is not much. Little by little, we will get out of the hole.”

Single Dad Trying to Provide for His Son

Freddy & Jeremy, Clients | Daly City

Freddy is a single dad raising his nine-year-old son, Jeremy. They live in a two-bedroom apartment with another family and they are all regular clients of Second Harvest. Freddy prepares dinner for Jeremy nightly, and since the pandemic began, he has embraced saving money by taking leftovers to work the next day. Freddy’s deep bond with his son makes it harder to be away from Jeremy while at work.

“I’ve never seen these gas prices before and for so many, including myself, going out to work outside of my community has affected me. We limit ourselves in buying many things. I’m just hoping things get better.”

College Senior Struggling with Food Insecurity

C.J., Client | San Jose

Originally from Stockton, C.J. left his parents and two younger brothers to be the first in his family to pursue a college education. As a student at San Jose State University, he has experienced housing struggles, food insecurity and mounting bills. He works for San Jose Cares, the organization that runs the SJSU Spartan Food Pantry, and as a barista at the Food Pantry Café. C.J. says the reason he wanted to work at the pantry is that it was the place that helped him when he was first struggling with food insecurity.

“It’s definitely hard to see students facing food insecurity experience a domino effect on their mental, physical and social well-being.”

Ukrainian-American Grandmother Delighted by Free Groceries

Ludmila, Client | Mountain View

Ludmila is a retired Ukrainian-American living in Mountain View and is delighted to get her free groceries from Second Harvest every Tuesday. Ludmila was a chef in Kharkiv, Ukraine, in small restaurants and cafes. Since the war in Ukraine broke out, she had been crying every day worrying about her daughter, who fled Ukraine with her 4-year-old son. In May 2022, her daughter and grandson arrived to live with Ludmila. She is looking forward to showing her daughter and grandson how nice and beautiful life can be in Mountain View.

Answering the Call
Helping Those in Need

Calls to our Food Connection hotline surged as pandemic support programs ended and inflation continued rising. Our multilingual team answered inquiries from new, existing and returning clients who sacrificed their food budgets paying for gas to get to work. Clients received referrals to food assistance programs, got help applying for CalFresh and found peace of mind knowing they could access fresh groceries and still afford to stay housed.

Inquiries received by our Food Connection hotline
CalFresh applications submitted
Additional meals provided through approved CalFresh applications

Food Connection Stories

Staff Helps Clients Overwhelmed by Rising Prices

Will, Food Connection Hotline Specialist

“Our callers live paycheck by paycheck. They will break down their monthly expenses for us. Let’s say they have $1,000 and $900 is needed for rent. If their rent goes up by $100, then they don’t have money anymore for their groceries. That’s when we come into the picture.”

Phone Hotline Staff Providing Vital Support to Our Clients

Aaron Asilo, Food Connection Outreach Coordinator

“There is just a consistency that I hear in calls. I always get something every day like, ‘Oh man, the prices are insane,’ whether it’s about gas or store prices. Every week and every day I hear that.”

Helping Seniors Gives This Staff Member a New Perspective

True Nguyen, Food Connection Specialist

“I see the most hope in our seniors who get approved for CalFresh. They are so excited about everything. They say, ‘I got approved! I’m going to eat good now!’”

Former Client Now Serving Her Community

Claribel Chavez, Food Connection Medical Coordinator

“When I’m on the phone with clients and the county office for CalFresh applications, I love fighting for our clients. I know if they were on their own, they would just give up because they don’t know what to ask. I feel proud that I am able to get people their benefits.”

Volunteers Power Work

The community showed up every day, volunteering to serve our clients. We welcomed a diverse cohort of dedicated volunteers including individuals and community, faith-based and corporate groups who consistently helped us keep up with the soaring demand for our services.

Volunteer hours valued at $5.49M, the equivalent of 104 full-time employees.
Additional hours of service provided by the San Jose Conservation Corps, the equivalent of 94 full-time employees.

Volunteer Finds Calling Serving His Community

Faatamala Toa, Volunteer, San Jose/Alviso

Toa was born in Samoa. When he first got to San Jose in 1968, it was nothing but orchards. He has been volunteering at the free food pantry in Alviso for about nine years. He recently became the distribution on-site coordinator. Toa says they have been able to offer much more variety and volume in food since partnering with Second Harvest. His faith in God and his love for his community have been the main reasons he has continued to volunteer.

“It’s something about giving and helping out that’s totally different from any other job I’ve had. To see the smile on people’s faces and to see how they appreciate just what little you have to give them…it’s amazing.”

Retired Farm Workers Give Back by Volunteering

Carmen & Ignacio, Volunteers and Clients, Half Moon Bay

Carmen and Ignacio are retired farmworkers with 20 years of experience in the fields. They’ve been volunteering at the free grocery distribution in Pescadero for more than two years. Their son, Tony (left), organizes the distribution, and they sometimes take food home after volunteering. They both still work at produce farms three to four months out of the year for extra money. It takes them 30 minutes to drive from their home to the distribution site, but despite the expense, they feel compelled to help their community.

“Gas is very expensive right now, but we must do this, we need to make an effort for the people who need us.” – Ignacio

Stay-at-Home Dad Finds Purpose in Volunteering

Seth Adkins, Volunteer, Emergency Home Delivery Driver

Monday to Friday, you can find Seth loading up his car with boxes of food from Second Harvest’s warehouse in San Carlos. He is a stay-at-home dad that found his calling serving his community by volunteering as one of our emergency home delivery drivers. Seth is like a light of positivity, and our clients and staff regularly comment on how good they feel when they meet him. Seth says volunteering with us is his calling and he sees how his efforts are immediately impacting his community.

“It has really checked off something in my life that I was missing.”

Husband and Wife Team Believes Volunteering Starts Local

John Guthery & Aubree Hoepper, Volunteer Super Sorters

John and Aubree are a married couple who live just a five-minute walk from our Cypress warehouse. When the pandemic began and they saw on the news how many people were lining up for food, they wanted to do more for their community. They are now both Second Harvest “super sorters,” which means they have each volunteered more than 50 hours sorting and boxing produce. Each box they fill contains about 25 pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables, with one pallet consisting of 60 boxes. Their record is loading 12 pallets in one night – 720 boxes!

Sourcing 130 Million Pounds

We continued to leverage all available food resources to help ensure that anyone who needed a nutritious meal could get one. Amid supply chain shortages, rising inflation and reduced federal support, our team focused efforts on obtaining rescued and donated food and taking advantage of large-volume, bulk purchases for highly sought-after staples like milk, eggs and protein. Most of the food we source is donated, and last year we rescued more than 75 million pounds of high-quality food from growers and retailers that might have gone to waste. By maximizing our food resources, we are able to consistently provide our clients with a nutritious mix of fresh produce, lean protein, dairy and whole grains.

“Dealing with inflation and supply chain disruptions the last couple of years has been really brutal. We always strive to provide our clients with a consistent, nutritious mix of groceries, despite the challenges.”

Barbara Gehlen, Second Harvest Director of Food Sourcing

Strengthening Our Community Against Hunger

Our advocacy team worked to strengthen government systems that protect low-income households from food insecurity as food and gas prices soared. Advocating at the state and federal levels, we helped ensure that CalFresh remained a strong support for neighbors experiencing food insecurity in addition to free groceries we provide. We vigorously advocated for the Universal Meals Program, which was signed into law on July 9, 2021, ensuring six million public school students in California have access to free breakfast and lunch.

“Universal meals have impacted our district in so many ways. They really eliminate the stigma around kids who are labeled free, reduced and paid. That’s just a huge burden children have to deal with when they’re going through the line."– June Richardson, General Manager/Consultant, Ravenswood City School District

More children in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties now able to eat free breakfast and lunch at school thanks to Universal Meals.

Virtual Food Drives Help Fight Hunger

Last year, supporters created nearly 370 virtual food drive fundraisers on behalf of Second Harvest. Children, families, businesses, schools, churches and other groups all did incredible things to help build a hunger-free community. These fundraisers and their supporters raised nearly $1.9 million, helping to provide enough food for more than 3.7 million meals.

Learn more about Virtual Food Drives

Indian Dance School Teaches About the Joy of Giving

Guru Shradha

The dance students at Guru Shradha, an Indian classical dance institution in Palo Alto, wanted to give back to their community in a big way. They used their recital as a fundraiser and raised over $10,000 — helping to provide enough food for more than 20,000 meals!

“We had a surplus in our budget and our Board of Directors thought it would be most meaningful to contribute in a meaningful way to our community at large to especially help those in need.” – Niharika Mohanty, Founder-Director, Guru Shradha

Virtual Talent Show Raises Spirits and Money

Hillview Middle School Virtual Talent Show Fundraiser

When the students and teachers at Hillview Middle School in Menlo Park decided to make their talent show virtual, they used it as an opportunity to help their neighbors by making the event a fundraiser for Second Harvest. The show, which featured performances from students and teachers along with shoutouts from celebrities like San Francisco Giants player Hunter Pence, raised an incredible $23,665 (nearly four times their goal of $6,000!) to help provide more than 47,000 meals to those struggling with hunger during the pandemic.

Stanford’s Big Game Makes a Big Difference

“The Big Game,” Stanford Virtual Food Drive Fundraiser

The “Big Game” is a Cal Berkeley-Stanford University football rivalry that has been played since 1892. Stanford Athletics decided to use it as an opportunity to put together a promotion to fight food insecurity in Silicon Valley. It set up a “Big Game Big Difference” virtual food drive with a QR code that was shared at all athletic games the week leading up to the Big Game. The drive was a success, raising over $4,000 and helping to provide more than 8,100 meals.


Thank You to Our Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Major Supporters

Our fiscal year is July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022. Please note this list does not include Capital Campaign gifts.

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Gino Addiego
Anne Wojcicki Foundation
Chronicle Season of Sharing Fund
David and Lucile Packard Foundation
John and Eileen Donahoe *
Feeding America
Erin Hoffmann and Michael Schroepfer *
Khosla Family *

Reid Hoffman Foundation*
Jeff and Marieke Rothschild
Sheryl Sandberg and Tom Bernthal *
Sergey Brin Family Foundation
Stanford Health Care
Sunlight Giving
The Benificus Foundation *
The Strongpoint Foundation *
Troper Wojcicki Foundation

* Denotes For The Kids Council Member

Anonymous (16)
Eric A. Anderson
Bank of America Charitable Foundation
Brook and Shawn Byers *
Du and Sarah Chai
Chizen Family Foundation
Anne and Terry Clark
Bill and Tammy Crown *
Aart de Geus and Esther John
Delta Dental Community Care Foundation
Kathleen Donohue and David Sze
John and Ellen Drew *
Kenneth and Jennifer Duda
Eustace-Kwan Family Foundation
Robert and Robin Fox
Robert Friedman
Genentech Foundation
George H. Sandy Foundation
M Rameen Ghorieshi, M.D., M.P.H.
Steve and Colleen Hall
Eli and Britt Harari
Ward and Debbie Harriman *
Hopper Dean Family Fund
Hoven Family Foundation *
Kurt and Sue Jaggers *
John and Jacque Jarve
Rajeev Jayavant and Ana Mendez
Jeff and Karen Jordan
Kaiser Permanente
Northern California Community Benefit Programs
Koret Foundation

Justin Lo
Keith and Lisa Lucas
Edward Mentzer
Moore Family Foundation
Gordon and Betty Moore Fund
John O’Farrell and Gloria Principe
Anjali and Sundar Pichai
Geoff and Andrea Ralston *
Robin and Jake Reynolds *
Charles and Paige Robbins
TJ Rodgers and Valeta Massey
Mindy and Jesse Rogers
Ronald and Ann Williams Charitable Foundation
RSMcDowell Fund
Safeway Foundation
Philipp and Andrea Schindler *
Sequoia Healthcare District
Paul and Kathleen Sidenblad
Sobrato Family Foundation
Mark Stevens and Mary Murphy
The Braddi Family Living Trust
The Buchheit Philanthropy Fund
The Grove Foundation
The Khachaturian Foundation
The Sullivan Family Trust *
The William G. Irwin Charity Foundation
TOSA Foundation
Onnolee and Orlin Trapp
Jeffrey and Holly Ullman
Fermi Wang and Jean Aida Kung
Warmenhoven Family Foundation

* Denotes For The Kids Council Member

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Archer Family Foundation
Paul Asente and Ron Jenks
Norbert and Inger Bischofberger
Ann Bowers
Katherine S. and T. Robert Burke
Sarah A. Cahill
Paul and Judy Carmichael
Carol Moss Foundation
Eli Collins and Alison Wong
William and Bridget Coughran
Davidson Family Foundation
Sunil and Margo Dhaliwal
Connie and Gary Dickerson
Dotson Family Fund
El Camino Healthcare District
Carol and Lester Ezrati
Rodney Ferguson and Kathleen Egan
Forssell-Holbrook Family Charitable Fund
Scott and Molly Forstall
Christy Goralnik & Kevin Spain
Lisa and Adam Halpern
Jay and Mikey Hoag
Hurlbut-Johnson Charitable Trusts
Michael Jacobson and Trine Sorensen
Jacques M. Littlefield Foundation
Sharon Juang and Paul Chiu
Joan Kjemtrup
Steven Kleiman and Helen Bradley
Martha Lemos

Leslie Family Foundation
Josh and Sara Leslie
Susan R. and Jim C. Lewis
Chris and Melody Malachowsky
Patricia Mann
Jeffrey Mayer and Tacy Witter
Colleen and Andrew McCreary
Andrew and Judith Mendelsohn
Michael and Keiko Meyer
Michael and Rosemary Montemerlo
Rosalie Morosani and Paul Collacchi
Geoff and Jill Parker
Peninsula Health Care District
Joe and Lynn Pinto
Burt Podbere and Donna Segal
Laurel Rezeau
SAGA Foundation
Robert Salvagno and Liz Padilla
Thomas Schmutz and Amy Larson
Lonnie and Cheryl Smith
The Oshima Uenten Foundation
The Ré Family
William van Melle and Patricia Ho
Bob and Gail Walker
Peter and Deborah Wexler
Peter and Georgia Windhorst
Bill and Janne Wissel
Thomas Wolf
Laure Woods

Anonymous (21)
Debra Ameerally and Timothy Evans
Arcadia Foundation
David and Donna Arnold
William Athas and Rachelle Grabowski
Jim and Heather Bankoski
Edward and Jimi Barnholt
Carol Bartz and Bill Marr
Dawn and Robert Belt
Adony and Rebecca Beniares
Marc and Geneen Benoit
Brian Birtwistle and Julie Bornstein *
Mark Jon Bluth
Sarah and Michael Bolin
Cheryl and Ken Branson
John T. Brookes and Kelly A. Meldrum
Pamela Buckley and Michael Reitsma
Bruce Campbell
Richard Capelouto and Gina Maya
Katherine Carroll and Alison L. Rosenthal
Ana P. Carvalho and Fernando C. Pereira
Mark D. and Elizabeth Centoni
Shashi Chilappagari and Swapna Bhuvanagiri
Christensen Family Foundation
Douglas and Shannon Cogen
David Cohen, Ph.D. and Ilana Cohen
Rodger and Kathy Cole
Daryl Coleman
Catherine Corrigan and Jerry Buday
Gordon and Carolyn Davidson
Caroline De Nardi
Dhablania and Kim Family Fund
James and June Diller
Jennifer and Phil DiNapoli
Dupuis Family Charitable Fund
Mark Eliot and Kelly Moran
Michael and Kimberly Ferry
Krista and Matthew Glotzbach
Diane Gosney and Allison Chang
Charlene D. and Joseph H. Grady, Jr.
Joseph and Carol Grundfest
William and Barbara Heil
Andrew Hirsch and Nina Brooks
Dr. Michael and Anne Hochberg
Urs Hoelzle and Geeske Joel
Barbara Hugli-Jones and Christopher Jones
Yana and Mark Ivey
Kailash and Komala Kailash
Poppy and Brian Keifenheim
Vach and Jacintha Kompella
Alexei Kosut, Laura Back and Henry Kosut-Back
Kruttschnitt Family Fund
Rene A. Lacerte and Joyce Chung
Peter Lai
Tom and Patti Larkins
Laura and Gary Lauder
Edward and Patricia Laveroni
Blake Lawit and Marlena Jacobs
Lawlor Family Fund
Bruce Leak and Sandra Fairon
Allison Lewis-Jacobs and Brian D. Jacobs
Christine and Stanley Lieu

William and Elaine Lo
William Lock and Kathie Lee
Steven Martello and Karen Riley
Michael McAweeney and Karen Jaffe-McAweeney
John and Michele McNellis
Rodney and Olivia Miller
Edward Mocarski and Christine Martens
Jim and Joanne Mollerus
Lydia and Thomas Moran
Eric Morse and Danielle deBrier
Andrew Murphy and Michelle Duffy
James Neupert
Bernie Newcomb and Gerry Marshall
David and Mamie Norman
Gerald and JoAnn Opp
Larry Orr and Nicole Lederer
Alyssa and Shane Owara
Natalie Pageler, M.D. and Thomas Pageler
Greg and Laurie Papadopoulos
Amit and Vicky Patel
Rita M. Paulose and Binu M. John
Richard and Jane Peattie
Alexis Petru and Eric Ball
Mike and Jane Pharr
Wolfgang and Gudrun Polak
Adriana Porter and Mark Felt
Cecilia Rinard
Chris Ross and Bob Tuber
Kenneth Ryan
Ali and Suzanne Salehpour
Sand Hill Foundation
Sanders Dickinson Foundation
Robert Sargent
Robert Sawyer
Woody and Denise Shackleton
Siepmann Foundation
Julie Simmons
Benjamin Smith and Honor Hsin
Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation
Robert J. Stets and Lena Lee
Mark and Mary Stevens
Sutter Health
Norm Taffe and Julie Bennett
Omar Tawakol and Bothaina Salama
Jeff and Barbara Taylor
The Howard and Betty White Foundation
The Howard and Carolee White Foundation
The McMurtry Family Foundation
The Mercury News Wish Book Fund
John and Sandi Thompson
TOSA Foundation
Dyann Tresenfeld and Ed Waldrup
Beth and Kurt von Emster
Doug and Nora Voorhies
Ami Vora
David and Aileen Wang
Wells Fargo Foundation
William and Noreen West
Michelle G. Winner and Pamela Crooke
Bruce Winterhof
Niyati and Jay Yagnik
Yen Chuang Foundation

* Denotes For The Kids Council Member

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Usman H. and Amira N. Abbasi
Robert and Denise Aitken
Ali Alasti and Faezeh Ghaffari
Eric and Lauren Albert
Jeremy Allan and Tara Moran
Jane Anderson and Tess Ayers
Joann Andrushko
Harvey and Nola Armstrong
Atkinson Foundation
Robert Aulgur
Gokhan and Esin Avkarogullari
Martin Baccaglio
Phyllis Baer
Deborah Bailey
Mark and Laura Bailey
Paul and Debbie Baker
Steven Baker and Marisa Bauer
Peter Bannon and Maura Considine
Troy and Rebecca Barbee
John A. Barclay and Erin Simms-Barclay
Annie and Jim Barnett
Ellen Jo Baron
Craig Barratt and Celia Oakley
Joel and Wendy Bartlett
Ann Bartoloni
BASE Family Fund
Ralph and Eileen Battat
William and Anne Battle
Allen Baum and Donna White
Joel and Anna Bauman
Robert and Rebecca Beach
Scott and Phyllis Bedford
Berg Charitable Gift Fund
Timothy Billups
Daniel C. Blachman and Barbara Stewart
Richard P. Blamey and Virginia Wright
Gary and Judy Bloom
Hillary and Peter Blum
Brian S. and Elizabeth Boggs
Bonds Family Foundation
Jeff and Donna Boss
Steven Braithwaite and Wai Chan
Michael A. and Leslie Braun
Sindy Braun and Colleen Morris
Duane Bretzke
Susan Breyer
Michael Broach
Christine M. and Daniel J. Bruckner
Lawrence and Betty Jane Bryan
Douglas Buckley and Shelley Salpeter
Terri Bullock
Richard and Victoria Burt
Catherine Warrick and Joseph Buttle
Matthew and Chelsea Byom
Jon and April Carlson
Martha Carpenter
Jack and Casey Carsten
Terrie Carver
David and Edith Cassel
Daniel and Jieun Chai
Hatcher E. Chalkley and Pat Hudson
Jeff Chambers and Andi Okamura *
Lionel and Lorraine Chan
Peter A. Chargin and Jennifer Kuhn
Armand and Micheline Chau
Jay and Prabhjot Chaudhry
Hubert T. Chen and Tracy M. Tierney
Theodore P. Chuffers Foundation
Carl and Kathleen Cilker
William H. Cilker, Jr. and Elizabeth Cilker
Claudia Coleman
Christopher B. Colohan and Lea D. Kissner
Spencer Commons and Martha Gates
Kai Compagner
Daniel and Linda Cooperman
Alison Cormack
Julian Cortella and Karen Grove
Mike and Ja’Nien Culver
Linda Curtis
Yogen and Peggy Dalal
Dauber Foundation
Duncan and Jean Davidson
Jose Augusto and Claudia De Oliveira
Rudolf de Rooij and Rachel Mahaffy
Ira and Gerard Dearing
Clay and Carol Del Secco
Jonathan Del Secco
Peter and Michelle Detkin
Sameer and Laura Dholakia
Janice M. Dingler
Geoffrey and Melinda Donaker
Donald B. Tanklage and Carole F. Tanklage Foundation
Julie K. Donnelly and Martin Connor
Mark and Mari Donnelly
James Dougherty
Bruce and Elizabeth Dunlevie
Dan and Sandra Durn
Richard Dvorak and Erin Craig
Edwards Foundation
Mary Jane Edwards
Eliot Family Fund
Shirley R. Ely
Jeffrey Englander and Sue Greenberg-Englander
Michael and Kirsten Esquivel
Lee Farrell
Peter and Mary Farrell
Alan Feinberg and Joan Weber
Steven and Helen Feinberg
Efraim and Eve Feinstein
Marianne Ferro and Craig Soldat
John D. Fiddes and Karen Talmadge
Allan and Joan Fisch
Ann Fleischer
Eric and Andrea Flint
Nancy Floerke
Sally Fong
Ann Forbes-Cannon and Thomas C. Cannon
Julia K. Forbess
Kevin and Celeste Ford
Harrison and Anne Frahn
Freidenrich Family Foundation
Derek and Sally Freyberg
Karen Friday
Terry and Joseph Furgerson
Michael Gagliasso and Catherine Murphy
Michael Galles
Michelle and Brett Galloway
Lawrence and Pamela Garlick
Vincent and Candace Gaudiani
Reiner and Sonja Genevriere
Nancy Geschke
Jonathan and Emily Gibbs
Kevin and Noelle Gibbs
Raymond and Gladys Gilmartin
Lee and Marcia Ginsburg
Glass Fund
Autumn and Kevin Glisson
Mark Goldsmith and Anne Midler
Theodore C. Goldstein and Jessica Bernhardt
Jonathan and Susan Golovin
Cristos and Elizabeth Goodrow
Tami and Dan Gordon
Bindu and Devi Gottipati
Jonathan Goulden and Kwok Lau
Michael and Brigit Grimm
Grinstead Family Fund
Stanley and Joan Gross
Luann Guleserian
Eric and Elaine Hahn
Nancy Hahn
Denise and Kevin Hall
Dr. Graham Hamilton
Lis Hammel and Jonah Alben
Kathy Haranzo and Craig Russell
Harrington Family Foundation
Janet and Richard Hart
Birt Harvey
Richard and Kathy Hawes
Andrew Hawkins
Andrew and Susan Henry
Scott and Nancy Highton
Aaref and Fariha Hilaly
Melville and Jane Hodge
Michael R. and Jenny Holland
James and Julia Hong
Richard and Julie Hood
John Hornberger and Mary Rodgers
Daniel and Celia Huber
Lucy E. Huffman
John and Sylvia Hughes
Russell and Susan Hull
Jane E. Hussain
Richard and Judith Imperiale
Richard and Susan Jacobsen
Elizabeth E. Janopaul
Marguerite B. Janopaul and Marc M. Michel
Saul Jaspan
Marc and Rebecca Jedel
Evan and Ana Jernagan
John & Marcia Goldman Foundation
Barbara Jones Memorial Fund
Patricia and Larry Jones
Dee Jordan
JP’s Charity Fund
Megan and Varun Kacholia
Joshua and Elizabeth Kahn
Thomas Kailath and Anuradha Maitra
Angela and Nicholas Kalayjian
Rena Kaminsky
In Doo Kang and Young Kim
Jon Kannegaard and Patricia Sandoval
Scott Kaspick and Susan Termohlen
Robert and Arlene Katzive
KAZ Foundation for Social Advancement
Kieve Foundation
Walter and Carole Kilik
Leif and Ivonne King
Merrill A. Knapp
Michael D. Knobler
Charles and Stephanie Knowles
Stephen Koblin
Badrinarayanan Kothandaraman and Sangeetha Santhanam
David and Karen Krall
Kevin J. Kranzusch
Roopa and Sridharan Krishnan
Greg Krodel
Neil and Gina Kumaran
Satheesh Kuppurao and Vasudha Ramanarasiah
InStep Technologies, Inc.
Shawn Lampron and William York
Joan Lane
Mark Larson and Tina Cole
Peter and Sue LaTourrette
Lau Family Fund
Andrew and Janet Lederer
Lee Family Foundation
Phyliss and Chun K. Lee
John Legg
April and Eric Lehman
Mary Leonard
Barry B. and Bronwyn Lewis

Carolyn Lewis
David and Sylvia Lichtenger
Helen and Ernest Lin
Gregory and Betty Linvill
Jeffrey Lipkin and Kathleen Anderson
Teri Little
Darren Litzinger
Valerie L. London
Howard and Karen Loomis
Stella and Toby Low
Virginia and Jim Lyons
Mack Family Fund
The Macleod Family
Christopher and Danielle Makler
Radhika and Ambarisha Malpani
Diane Mathios
Eugene and Daneen Matts
Gregory and Sheryl McAfee
Colen and Tina McAlister
Keith and Colleen McCallion
Marjorie McCarthy
Sari and Blake McConnell
Wendy and Rob McDowell
Susan McHan
Robert McIntosh
Joan H. and Brian C. Mellea
Alison and Scott Mellon
Jeff Meyer and Heather Campbell
Theodore Meyer and Jay Minteer
D. Craig Miller M.D.
Katharine and Scott Miller
Debbie Milner
Allen and Nancy Minton
Larry and Nancy Mohr
Kenneth A. Moline and Jo Anne Vente
David and Karen Molumby
Peter and Paulina Monaco
John and Gillian Montgomery
Sherilyn Moody
John Moore
David L. Morandi
Paul F. and Wendy F. Muller
Susan Murdy
Maurice and Donna Murphey
Stanley and Joan Myers
Philip and Melinda Nemec
Robert and Jan Newman
Thao and Xiao Nguyen
Trung B. Nguyen and Phuong L. Trang
Michael and Laura Nibbi
Stephen and Ellen Niksa
Katherine and Olivier Nolan-Stevaux
Sally and Craig Nordlund
James and Kathy Nulty
Mark O’Brien
Rory and Olive O’Driscoll
Brendan and Jeanette O’Flaherty
Omar Family Charitable Fund
Chris Ottenweller and Barbara Lovero
Joe T. and Frances Pao
John Parissenti and Linda Yufong Chin
David Pasta
Pankaj Patel
Mr. James L. Patterson
Martha and Earle Paul
Nancy Paxton and Guarang Desai
Sudhir and Mugdha Pendse
Chien-Hsiung and Yuchuan C. Peng
Igor and Sophie Perisic
Drew Perkins
Joe Petersack and Joanne Kanow
Beverly and Jacob Picardo
William and Diane Piedemonte
Stanley F. and Megan W. Pierson
Michael and Mary Ann Pietro
Scott E. Pine
Mark and Laura Pitchford
Steve and Kathy Polzin
Maria Poveromo and John Murray
Matthew and April Quilter
Sean Quinlan and Karelle Celestin
Gary and Arline Radine
Praburam and Aruna Raja
Sundar and Meenakshi Ramamurthy
Ananthakrishna Ramesh
Sylvia F. Rathbun
Peter and Kate Rathmann
Ravizza Family Foundation
Matt and Paulette Rawlinson
Raymond Hunt Charitable Fund
Lisa and David Renner
Paul Resch and Nancy Coleman
Pam and Jed Riddle
Zack and Orli Rinat
Robert and Helen Reedy Family Foundation
Robert Family Foundation
Ernest Arthur Robertson
Thomas and Lynn Robinson
William S. Robinson, Jr.
David and Elizabeth Rome
Rhonda Rosales and Jeffrey Hirschman
Dolores Roseveare
Allen and Cindy Ruby
Barbara Ryan
Jane Rytina and Jonathan Chadwick
John Sabella
JoAnne Sabo
Chris and Anna Saccheri
Jennifer Ayer Sandell
Derek and Valerie Sanders
Thomas and Jacqueline Sandoval
Philip Sanfilippo
Sribalan and Vidya Santhanam
Richard and Debra Sanzi
Anthony and Gwendy Scampavia
Michael and Katherine Scandling
Kimberly A. Scearce-Levie and Matthew B. Levie
Alan and Nancy Schatzberg
Denise and Ray Scheaffer
Sriram Sellappa and Shakila Sivakumar
Greg and Nancy Serrurier
Abigail and David Setti
Shoma and Prasad Setty
James and Joanne Shurter
Samson and Reva Shilmover
Jeff and Naomi Silk
Laird and Dawn Simons
Anne Simonson
Roma and Ron Simpson
Carol Smythe
Michael and Maria Solomon
Michelle and David Southwick
Michael and Cynthia Spaur
Sanjay and Charlene Srivastava
Andrew and Heather Steingruebl
Duane and Ann Stevenson
Albert and Anne Stewart
Ann and Joe Stockwell
Gregory and Christina Stovall
Randall and Ellen Stross
Bill and Linda Sullivan
Peter C. Sumnicht and Vanessa A. Rothbard
Patricia Suppes
Doris M. Surian
Sweeney Family Fund
Edward and Patricia Sweeney
Bill Swier
Scott and Alison Swisher
Thomas H. and Brooks G. Szolyga
Michael Szymanski and Beth Spatz
Srinivas Tallapragada and Sreevalli Doddasomayajula
Oliver Tavakoli and Jo Anne Harriman
Ahmed Tawashi and Janie Lujan
Barry Taylor and Libby Tyree-Taylor
Elene Terry
William and Janice Terry
Curtis G. and Caroline B. Terwilliger
The Burt and Barbara Foundation
The Byrd Family Charitable Fund
The Carl Gellert and Celia Berta Gellert Foundation
The Dorsey & Whitney Foundation
The Helen and Jack McCullough Family Foundation
The Leafstrand Family
The Leonard C. and Mildred F. Ferguson Foundation
The Meadowlark Foundation
The Scott Foundation
The Staple Family Fund
The Swinerton Foundation
The W.F. and Marie A. Batton Foundation
The Wright Family Fund
The Yael and Itamar Simonson Fund
Jeffrey and Catherine Thermond
Andrea and Joe Thomas
Melinda Thomas
TK Giving Fund
Greer and David Todd
Andrew and Stephanie Towell
Thad Trent and Kathleen Miyatake
Ariel and Anna Tseitlin
Amy Tucker and Tara Vanderveer
Elaine W. Uang and Michael Greenfield
Raziel and Hava Ungar
William Unger
Jennifer and Chris Urmson
Gary and Janice Valenzuela
Jennifer A. Van Dalsen and Tor Braham
Venkat Venkateshwar
Celia Vigil
Gary and Laura Walker
John and Jane Wandless
Irene Wang
Jeanne Ware
Nick and Sarah Washburn
Susan Wasson
David and Twyla Weinberg
Jay and Annette Welshofer
Tom and Suzanne Werner
John and Judith R. West
Western Digital Foundation
Christine White
Jim and Patty White
William and Sarah White
JoAnne Wilkes
William D. Smythe Family Foundation
Margaret Williams
Darryl and Kelly Wilson
Robert S. Wilson, Sr.
Susan Winchester
Patrick Windham and Arati Prabhakar
Duncan and Tanya Winn
Gary H. Wiseman and April Tan
Kriston and Monika Withrow
Martin S. Won and Liana E. Crabtree
Lotus Wong
Bruce and Adrianne Wonnacott
Brenda and Wade Woodson
Caleb J. and Johanna Wright
Diana Wright and Marshall Williams
Alisa E. Yaffa and Kenneth S. McElvain
Warren Yang and Jung Yoon
Dennis Yarak and Margaret Becker
John Zappettini
Carolyn and Jeffrey Zeisler

* Denotes For The Kids Council Member


Thank You to Our Outstanding Corporate Supporters!

Corporate Donors
Total Revenue
Community Builder Partners

5AM Venture Management LLC
A & B Pool Maintence
Abbott Laboratories
Abreau & Associates, Inc.
Access Homes and Land Investments
Adobe, Inc.
Adverum Biotechnologies
Aetos Alternatives Management Charitable Gift Fund
Affinity Investment, LLC
Agilent Technologies
AIMCO Properties, LP
Akram M. Omari, C.P.A.
Alaska Airlines SFO
Alfredo M Morales Attorney at Law
All Standard Transmissions
Allen & Company LLC
AlliCART Services
Allstate Foundation
Allstate Giving Campaign
Almaden Shoe & Luggage Repair
Alpine Ladera Fuel, Inc.
Altair Engineering Inc.
Altamont Capital Partners
Am Home And Auto Services
AmazonSmile Foundation
Ameresco Donations
American Century Investments Foundation
American Express
American Family Corporate

Ameriprise Financial
Amgen, Inc.
Amigos De Palo Alto
AmWins Access
Andersen Tax
Anderson, Rowe & Buckley, Inc.
Andrade Tax Services
Animal Eye Specialists Inc.
Annual Reviews
Anthem Blue
Anthropocene Institute, LLC
APM Cares Inc.
Apple Inc.
Applied Materials Charity Trust Account
Applied Materials Foundation
Arch Capital Group
Architecture Technology Corporation
Arco/Murray National Norcal, Inc.
Ardor Foundation
Ariel Dance Productions, LLC
Aroma Coffee & Snacks Corporation
Arthur J. Ortiz and Associates, Inc.
ASCT Services, Inc.
Associated Window Cleaning, Inc
AstraZeneca Pharmaceutical, LP
Atlassian Inc
ATP Electronics Inc.
Atreca, Inc.
Aurora Innovation
Autodesk, Inc.
Avata, Inc.

BA Partners, LLC
BAE Systems
Balance Soap & Skin
Balsam Brands Inc.
Bank of America Employee Giving Campaign
Bank of the West
Bank of the West BNP Paribas Wealth Management
Bank Of The West Employee Giving Program
Barnaby, Ltd /Good Vibrations
Bay 101
Bay Alarm Company
Bay Area Industrial Filtration
Bay Area Properties II
Bean In Nature
Becton, Dickinson and Company
Behrens & Curry, Inc.
Berbix Inc.
Berkadia Commerical Mortgage LLC
Berliner Cohen, LLP
Best Alarm Company, Inc.
Bizlink Technology Inc.
BKF Engineers
BlackRock Matching Gifts Program
Bloomberg LP
Blue Beyond Consulting, Inc.
Blue Shield of California
Bluetooth Sig, Inc.
Blvd Dog Salon
Bnb Bay Area
BNY Mellon
Bona Furtuna North America LLC
Boston Private Bank and Trust Company
Boston Scientific
Breathe Together Yoga
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Brown Property Management LLC
Brucato Amaro
Buckles-Smith Electric Company
Burden Enterprises
C & T Recycling
Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
Calerrain Wines
Caliber Collision Centers Foundation
California Express Trucking
California Water Service Company
Calleen Cordero Designs, Inc.
Calmax Technology, Inc.
Calpine Corporation
Calvert Ventures, Inc.
Cambric Limited Associates
Camino Real Realty
Capricorn Investment Group LLC
Caregivers That Deliver

Carey & Carey Law Corporation
Carolina Clinical Consultants
Cas Architects, Inc.
Casamondo Development Corporation
CD Tax & Bookkeeping
Centene Management Company LLC
Centerline Striping, Co. Inc.
CenturyLink, Inc.
Chalak Properties
Challenger Financial Services Professional Corporation
Change Your Life LLC
Charityvest, Inc
Charles Schwab & Company, Inc.
Chef Kitch, Inc
Chelsea Court Designs
ChevronTexaco Corporation
Chez Stacy
Chong Hing Premier Jewelers, Inc.
Cielo Star Inc. dba La Estrelita
Ciena Corporation
Citrix Systems
City National Bank
Claddagh Construction, Inc.
ClassOne Insight Inc.
Clearwater Advisors
CMC Materials
Coastal Dermatology and Aesthetics
Codexis, Inc
Collaborative Practice San Mateo County
Columbia Sportswear
Combinix Inc.
Constellation Brands
Coregiving Company
Costco Wholesale
Coupa Software
Course Hero
Coyote Creek Women’s Golf Club
Cranberry Scoop
Creative Shower Door Corporation
Crown Royal Generosity Fund
CSAA Insurance Group
CSI Electrical Contractors
Culvert Engineering Solutions, LLC
Cupertino Electric
Curves of Los Altos
Cutler Grundmann D.D.S.
CyberArk Software
Cytokinetics, Inc.
CytomX Therapeutics, Inc.

D. Webber Consulting Inc.
D.A.M. Good Eng. Mfg. Inc.
Daines, Inc.
Dan Caputo Company
Danaher Foundation Corporate
Daniel Construction Company
Dannels Electric Inc
Dave Mclaughin Plumbing
David J. Powers & Associates
David Kennedy Construction
David R. Packard, Attorney at Law
Davis Polk & Wardwell, LLP
Decisions On Demand, Inc.
DeHaro Ramirez Corporation
Dell, Inc.
Deloitte LLP
Delta Builders, Inc
Delta Dental Plan of California
Desmos Inc.
Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
DHX Media Ltd Toronto
Dialog Semiconductor
Digeo, Inc.
Divine Healing Retreat Inc.
Dome Construction Corporation
DP Precision
dProduce Man
Driscoll’s Inc.
Dropbox, Inc.
Duolingo, Inc.
Duran & Venables, Inc.
Duran Construction Group
E Ink Corporation
E. Perez & Company, Inc.
Eagle Business Products, Inc.
Earth Bound Homes, Inc.
Earthtone Construction, Inc.
eBay Foundation
eBay Inc.
ECI, D & B Evergreen Computer
Ed Cappa Property Mgmt
Edison International
Edwards Law Group, Inc.
Eimer Stahl LLP
EKI Environment & Water, Inc.
Elaine Ryzak Fraser
Electronic Arts
Elixir Medical
Elle Kiss Hair Studio
Elunda, LLC
Employee’s Community Fund of the Boeing Company
Enrich Consulting, Inc.
Enterprise Holdings Foundation
Environmental Science Associates
Equilar Inc.
Ericksen Arbuthnot Attorneys at Law
Erika L. Kamayatsu-Peterson, D.D.S
Essex Portfolio

Exact Motorsports, Inc.
Exact Sciences Corporation
Excite Credit Union
Exelixis, Inc.
F5 Networks, Inc.
Facebook, Inc.
Faculty Connection LLC
Farallon Media
Fenwick Community Fund
Ferro Tech (USA) Corp
FHL Bank San Francisco
Fico Corp
Fiduciary Trust International
Fill It Forward/Green Menu Inc.
Fire Star Inc. dba La Estrellita
Fish Six Restaurant Corp
Flyers Energy Co.
Fox Corporation
Frank, Rimerman + Co. LLP
Franklin Templeton Corp
Fresh Ideas Design
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer US LLP
FriendFinder Networks Inc.
FTG Construction Materials
Fuji Inc.
Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc.
Full Service Janitorial Inc.
Funds2Orgs, LLC
Furlo & Furlo
Gaea Global Technologies, Inc
Gallagher, Reedy & Jones
Gap Inc.
Garden City Construction
Gary A Paris CPA
Gary Ulferts Construction
Genentech Inc.
General Dynamics Mission Systems, Inc.
GGV Capital
Gigamon, Inc
Gilbert P. Koury Insurance Broker
Gilead Sciences, Inc.
Give InLieu Foundation
Givinga Foundation, Inc.
GlaxoSmithKline Foundation
Global Commercial Properties
Global Support
Glynn Capital Management
Golden 1 Credit Union
Goldman Sachs & Company
Goldstein Munger and Associates
Good Deeds Mortgage
Good Nation Foundation Inc.
Good News Chapel of SSF Inc.
Gow Supply Company
Granite Chief LLC
Grant Mechanical, Inc
Grassi Investment Management LLC
Grazefull Bay Area
Green Valley Corporation
Gretchen A. Peterson
Grist Construction
Guidewire Software

Haiti Shirts
Harmony Werks Inc
Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Co.
Hayes Construction
HCA Caring for the Community
HCL America
HCP Oyster Point III LLC
Hearst Media
Heather Retsky Tax Prep, Inc.
Heidrick and Struggles, Inc.
Herberg, Inc.
Hercules Capital
Herman Christensen & Sons
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Hewlett-Packard Co., Employee Volunteer Reward
HFIS, Inc.
HMH Engineers
Home Depot
Homeside Retreat
Homestreet Bank
Hoover Krepelka, LLP
Hopkins & Carley
Housatonic Management Company, Inc.
Houzz, Inc
HP Inc.
Human Interest
Human Resources
Hundt Family Foundation Inc.
HW Mgmt
I.B.E.W. Local Union No. 332
IDEC Corporation
Illumina Foundation
Imaginary Forces
Infinera Corp
Inflammatix, Inc.
Infogain Corporation
Inika LLC
Innova Solutions Inc
Innovative Path, LLC
Institutional Venture Management XIV, LLC
Intel Corporation Charity Trust Account
International Garden Center
Interra Systems
IPG Photonics Corporation
Ir Hirel Infineon Technologies
Iterable, Inc.
Izmirian Roofing and Sheet Metal
J & M Enterprise
J R Associates
J. Peart Construction
Jack Fullington Vacation Rental
Jackson National Life Insurance Company
Jardine Wheeler Real Estate
JD Electric
Jerry Burnette Property Mgt.
JMC Electrical Services Inc.
JND Electronics
John A. Boghossian, DDS, Inc.

John Deere
Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies
Jollyana Design
Jordan Park Mission 1st Fund
Jordan Properties
JP Morgan Chase Bank, NA
JSR Micro, Inc.
Juniper Networks
K D Bartling Enterprises
K Welton Inc.
Kakkar Hotel group LLC
Kapow, Inc.
Karius, Inc
Keker, Van Nest & Peters LLP
Kellogg Family, LLC
Kely Tech Corporation
Kendra Scott LLC
Keysight Technologies
Kezar Life Sciences
Kimball Indiana Corporation
KIOXIA America, Inc.
Kitty Hawk Corporation
KiwiCo Inc.
Kodiak Sciences Inc.
Koke Enterprises LLC
KW Peninsula Estates
Kycon, Inc.
Lafayette Tax & Bookkeeping Service
Lamb Partnes, LLC
Law Office of Joseph R. Kafka
Law Office of Katherine R. Moore, P.C.
Law Office of Stephanie M. Rickard
Law Offices of David M. Serepca
Law Offices of George W. Nowell
Law Offices of Lisa C. Bryant
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (CyberGrants)
Learning 4 Youth
Lee Mendelson Film Productions, Inc.
Lee-Ila Traders
Lehigh Hanson, Inc.
LendingClub Corporation
Leonidou & Rosin
Levi Strauss & Company
Lexis Nexis
lifeSport Fitness, Inc.
Liftoff Mobile
Lighten Up Shoppe
Lighthouse Cafe & Restaurant
Linchow Properities Inc.
Links Group Investments
Lisa’s Tea Treasures
Lithotype Company, Inc
Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin Charity Custodial Account
Logyx, LLC
Lookout, Inc.
Los Altos Golf & Country Club
Lovelady Diamond
Lucky Save Mart FoodMaxx Supermarkets

M C Roofing
M-Tek Engineering Inc.
M. Menbari Accountancy Co.
Mac I Electric
Madden Coaching & Consulting
MAG Trucking
Make My Donation Inc.
Map Energy
Marcum Foundation, Inc.
Marketing Technologies
Martin Lydon Communications Group
Maskateer Charitable Corporation
Maxim Integrated
McCalmont Corporation dba McCalmont Engineering
McKinsey & Company
MD2 Menlo Park
Media Weasels Mixed Media
Megaforce Corporation
Melanie Barry Properties, LP
Mercado Tile & Stone, Inc.
Mercedes Benz Research and Development
Merck Foundation (Cybergrants)
Mercury News Wish Book Fund
Merrill Lynch
Metis Technology Solutions
Michael A. Yu CPA Inc.
Michael Wallis Investment Group
Microsoft Corporation
Mills-Peninsula Auxillary
Mobile-Med Work Health Solutions
MORE Physical Therapy, Inc.
Moreno & Associates, Inc.
Moss Adams, LLP
MS Gift Corp.
MSI Flexible Packaging, Inc.
MTD Drywall, Inc.
MTE Investments, Inc.
MUFG Union Bank
MVA Construction Co, Inc.
My General Counsel Group, PC
My Network Solution
N M Machining Inc.
NCC Group Security
Nearon Enterprises
Nehemiah International Service Incorporation
NetScout Systems Inc.
New Leaf Community Markets
New Relic
New York Life Insurance Co.- Silicon Valley General Office
Nexgen Healthcare Inc. of California
Niantic, Inc.
Nike, Inc.
Nintendo of America
Nishimura Designs
Normandin Chrysler-Plymouth

Northrop Grumman Charity Custodial Account
Northwestern Mutual
Norton LifeLock
Nortra Cables, Inc.
Oath Inc.
Observe, Inc.
Odyssey Consulting Group LLC
OGSG11 Corp
Olympus America Inc
Omega Printing LLC
Omidyar Network Fund, Inc.
ON Semiconductor
Orchard Commercial
Oren’s Hummus Catering, LLC
Orgain Hardwood Floors
Orideli LLC
OSI/Fleming’s LLC
Ourika Soap LLC
P M E Electric
PACE Anti-Piracy, Inc
Pacific Catch Inc.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Pacific Market International
Palo Alto Eyeworks
Pappas Family Farms, Inc.
Particle Service, Inc.
Patelco Credit Union
Patrician Finishes, Inc.
Paul Poon & Associates Inc.
Paul, Weiss
Paul’s Enterprises
Pegus Properties
Pepper Lane Properties, Inc.
PerByte, Inc.
Pfizer Inc.
PGSoils, Inc.
Pilates with Teresa LLC
Piper Sandler Companies
Pitney Bowes
PJD Laundromat
Plantronics, Inc.
Playstudios, Inc.
PLM Loan Processing Center Inc.
Portola Ridge Investments, Inc.
Praxi Data, Inc.
Premier Nutrition Corporation
Premium Produce Co.
Princeton Plaza
Private Ocean
Professional Association Services, Inc.
Project WorldWide, Inc.
Prologis LP
Promega Corporation
Provenzano Builders Inc.
Provident Credit Union
Prudential Financial
Pure Serenity Skincare Inc.
Pure Storage

Quality Technology Services, LLC
Quick Quack Car Wash
Quicken Inc. Corporate Match Program
Quotient Technology Inc.
R and R Plumbing Co.
R. J. Perez Construction, Inc.
R&R Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
Rebar Spacer Block Co., Inc.
Recycle Bookstore
Red Hat
Referral Realty Enterprises
Response Motors, LLC
RFIsoft, inc.
RGS Industries
Richard F. Luker Certified Public Accountant
Richard R. Fimmel Attorney At Law
Ridgeline Ap Dep
Riot Games
RJP Enterprises
RMG Enterprises
Rob Roy Consulting
Robelo & Associates, Inc.
Robert A. Bothman, Inc.
Robert Giacomini Dairy, Inc.
Robert Half
Robert M. Gounod Construction
Robin Materials
Roboto Games
Roche Molecular Systems
Rockwell Automation North American
Rombauer Vineyards, Inc.
Ross Gives Back
Ross Properties
RoundTable Ventures
RP Gardening Landscape
RSC Foundation, Inc.
S&P Global
Sakata Seeds, Inc.
Salesloft Accounting
San Jose Holistic Health Care CL
San Jose Insurance Agency, Inc.
San Jose Water
San Mateo Credit Union
Sares Regis Group of North California, LLC
Sarver Family Walnuts
Saul L Casillas Sole Prop, DBA Saul Fencing

SC Propeties
Schnitzer Steel Ind.
Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc.
Scientific-Environmental Lab, Inc.
Seagate Technology
Second Source Medical
SEG, Inc.
Sereno Group
Service King Paint & Body, LLC
Shamrock Electrical Service
Sheehan Home Appraisal
Shell Oil Company
Sherpa 6, Inc.
Shi-Ning Wang Acupuncture Inc.
Shinetsu Microsi, Inc.
Shipley Estate Management
Shockwave Medical
Sienna Staffing
Signature Roofing, Inc.
Silicon Laboratories, Inc.
Silicon Motion, Inc.
Silicon Valley Bank
Silicon Valley Wealth Advisors LLC
Silicon Valley West Inc.
Silver Lake
Silverlake Technology Management, LLC.
Simon P. Morris, DDS., Inc.
Small Business Bookkeeping
SoftBank Investment Advisors
Sony Electronics
Sony Interactive Entertainment
Specialized Bicycle
SpeeDee Car Wash
Splunk, Inc.
Stamos Capital Partners, L.P.
Starbucks Corp.
State Farm Insurance
Stephens and Brugato, CPAs, LLP
Steve Howard Construction, Inc.
Steve Larson Direct, Inc.
Steve’s Lock & Key
Stevens Creek Toyota
Stewart Title Foundation, Inc.
StoneX Financial
Structural Integrity Associates
Summerhill Homes
SunPower Corporation
Sylvia C. Tso, D.D.S.
Synapse Product Development

Takeda San Francisco, Inc.
Tala Fuel Inc.
Tamarind Financial Planning
TD Ameritrade Institutional
TDK Corporation of America
TE Connectivity
Tempus Labs
Teradata Inc.
Terreno Realty Corporation
Terumo Kalila Medical, Inc.
Tetra Tech, Inc.
Texas Instruments
The Almanac
The Baupost Group, L.L.C.
The Bay Club Company
The Boeing Company Employee Individual Giving Program
The Brauner Company
The CarMax Foundation
The Chintos, LLC
The Clorox Company
The Cohen Group
The DeWinter Group
The Echidna Giving Fund
The Kids Company
The Kitchell Foundation
The Law Offices Of Michael A. Hurwitz
The Leading Niche
The Master Cobbler LLC
The Morrison & Foerster Foundation
The Paper Crane
The Ressolve Group
The Rosendin Foundation
The Souper Bowl of Caring Inc.
The Universal Connection Store
The UPS Foundation
The Walt Disney Company
Thermo Fisher
Thermo Fisher Santa Clara

Thermo Fisher SC Corporate
Thesaurus Information and Strategies, Inc.
Third Point Ventures
Third Wave Enterprises
Thomas & Sons Construction Property Management
Thomas Caudill Attorney At Law
Thomson Reuters – San Francisco Location
TIBCO Software Inc.
Tiphanie T. Tran DDS, Inc.
Tobias Marketing Consulting
Tokyo Electron America
Tollner Painting, Inc.
Total Systems International, LLC
Totten Tubes, Inc.
Toyota MNA
Toyota of Palo Alto
TPG Global, LLC
TR Parkside Towers Corp
Trade Technology, Inc.
Trend Micro San Jose
Trimble Inc.
Trinity Ventures
TriplePoint Capital
Triside, Inc., dba Subway 44821
Trumer Pils
Tully 76 Service
U.S. Bank Foundation
U.S. Firearms Company LLC
Udc, Inc
Underpinning Specialist, Inc.
United Business Bank
United Health Group
Unity Technologies
Urban Waterproofing, Inc.
US Bank

V B S Investments, LLC – Hill Garden Apts
Valley Services Electronics
Valqua America
ValueAct Capital
Varian Medical Systems
Ventana Medical Systems, Inc
(Digital Pathology & Workflow)
Ventana Property Services
Veritas Technologies
ViaSat Inc.
Vina Pro Services
Virtual Acct Langberg
Virtual Ink Marketing
Visa, Inc.
Vivion Inc.
VMware Foundation
VMware, Inc.
Vocera Communications
Volkswagen of Stevens Creek
Voya Financial
VP Security Services Inc
W. Bradley Electric, Inc.
W. L. Butler Construction, Inc.
W.W. Grainger, Inc.
Walmart Corporate Giving

Walsh Realty Partners, Inc.
Walt Hehse Auto Repair
Washington Holdings
Waterloo Consulting Inc. Marianne Sitters
Wealth Architects, LLC
WealthValues, LLC
Wendy Wang Books
West Valley Construction Company
Western Allied Mechanical, Inc.
White Oak Medical Office Inc.
Wiley Publishing, Inc.
Willis Supply
Willow Glen Lions Charities Inc.
Winning Ways LLC
XL Construction
Yelp Inc.
Z Best Things
Z CON Specialty Services, Inc.
Zebra Technologies
ZT Systems


Leaving a Lasting Impact

Thank you to members of the Second Harvest Legacy Society for helping ensure that anyone in Silicon Valley who needs a nutritious meal can get one. Each Legacy Society member has included a gift to Second Harvest in their will, trust, retirement plan or insurance policy.

When donors leave gifts for Second Harvest of Silicon Valley in their wills or trusts, we are often notified when it is too late to thank them for their legacy gift. We were honored to hear that our current employee, Data Entry Operator Pei Peng, had included Second Harvest in his estate plans.

Pei has worked at Second Harvest since 2002. He became aware of Second Harvest through his church, Cathedral of Faith, which is across the street from our warehouse in South San Jose. Their “Reaching Out” program has distributed food to people in need since 1981.

“I see the benefits [of Second Harvest] from people at my church,” he explained. “They are stretched thin from lack of food.”

When Pei joined Second Harvest, he had experienced financial strain and food insecurity firsthand when his time serving in the Army Reserve ended and his Social Security Disability Insurance expired. Without health insurance, “it was a really tough jump,” he remembers. Many of his friends were poor and struggling.

Pei has been donating to Second Harvest for 20 years. He reflects that even though Silicon Valley is a very wealthy community, there are real pockets of need. He became a Legacy Society member in June of 2017 as a way to manage his resources and to follow the teachings of his faith.

Learn more about leaving a legacy.

“I believe in the Bible verse Matthew 25, give to the poor. That’s the mission that I base my donation on. I believe in giving a helping hand to whoever needs it.”

Legacy Society Members

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Carla Ada Trust
Jane Anderson and Tess Ayers
Richard Andrews
Archer Family Foundation
David and Donna Arnold
Paul Asente and Ron Jenks
Phyllis Baer
Fred J. Bedard
Dean Bernheim
Kenneth Bigler
Robert and Nancy Bridge
William and Donna Burke
Richard L. Bush
Eric Butler M.D. and Suzanne Rocca-Butler
Martha Carpenter
John Carver
Pia Chamberlain and Ruth Saldivar
Mei M. Chen
Michael G. Chow
Anne and Terry Clark
Ann and Sheffield Clarke
David and Donna Courtright
Diana Davey
DiAnne Davis *
Linda and Scott Deatrick
Dana L. Dickinson
Diane Diggins
Dr. and Dr. Dimery
Hrishikesh Divate
Patricia Dolan
Gene and Cindy Domecus
John U. Dunse
E & L Charitable Giving
Marilyn Edelstein
Natalie Elefant

Carol Emerich
Fan Lisa Feng
Kevin and Celeste Ford
Maria R. Franco
Bob and Ronda Fraser
Jeffrey and Julia Gallinat
Allen A. Ginsling & Rachael Goldstein Trust
Lauren Hailey
Marisue Hansen
Eloise Harris
Sara Hojjat
David and Sharon Hoyt
Gary Isoardi
Jacque and John Jarve
Jeffery Johns and Bonita Lane
Gregory and Barbara Jones
Barbara Jones Memorial Fund
Larry and Patricia Jones
John and Susan Jordan
The Jossi Family Trust
Edwin M. Kinderman Trust
Janine Kovac
Greg M. Krodel
Jenny Y. Lee
Cate Levings
Carolyn Lewis
Adriana Leyva
Garry and Suzanne Lim
Valentina M. Lombardi
Vanessa C. Lopez
Matt and Rebecca Lowell
Jose Luis and Caroline Garcia
Jacob and Andrea Malae
Carl H. Malberg *
Ruth Martinez
Kevin M. McCoy *
Dawn McDaniel

Sarah McGregor
Edward Mocarski
and Christine Martens
Diane E. Moore
Anthony J.
and Jeanne E. Muzzicato *
James Neupert
Ruth Nilmeier
Norris Family Charitable Fund
Debbie Norton
R.H. O’Grady
Tisa M. Pedersen
Pei K. Peng
Carol Peters
Robert J.Pfeiffer *
Lynn and Joe Pinto Family Foundation
Patience Putnam
JoAnne Sabo
Indrani Samarawickrama
Jane and William Scharfen *
Clare Sinanian
Claro and Editha Soberano
Teresa L. Spalding
Crystal and Larry Steinke
Katie Stivers
Norm Taffe and Julie Bennett
Mary Sue & Dan Thomas
Tiede Family Trust
Onnolee and Orlin Trapp
Catherina J. Ude *
Steve and Tammy Ursenbach
Amanda and Thomas Warner
Frederick and Rita Whitten
Cynthia Williams
Patricia F. Winter

* Deceased


2021-2022 Revenue and Expenses

Our fiscal year is July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022.

Annual Funding Sources

  • 73% Individual
  • 13% Corporations
  • 9% Foundations & Organizations
  • 5% Corporations


Individual Donors $65,156,163
Corporations $11,331,039
Foundations & Organizations $8,270,540
Government Funding $4,637,328
Subtotal $89,395,070
Donated Food and In-Kind Contributions $168,906,147
Total Operating Revenue* $258,301,217
*This Revenue does not include the following:
Board Designated Endowment Fund* ($1,585,389)
Investment Gains/Losses* ($11,309,420)
Others (Accounting & Related Revenue) $188,602
Total Non-Operating Revenue ($12,706,207)
Total Revenue $245,595,010
* Incurred investment loss in FY22

Annual Operating Expenses

  • 95% Programs/Food Distribution
  • 3% Fundraising
  • 2% Management


Programs/Food Distribution $255,149,966
Fundraising $7,200,930
Management $6,633,504
Total Operating Expenses $268,984,400

Net Assets

Net Assets* $206,553,701
* This figure includes the value of food on hand as of June 30, 2022.

2021-2022 Board of Directors

Merry Ayres
Senior Manager, Strategy and Programs, Coupa

David Babulak
Managing Director, Strongpoint Holdings

Leslie Bacho
CEO, Second Harvest of Silicon Valley

Pastor Paul Bains
President and Cofounder, Project WeHOPE

Brian Birtwistle
Senior Vice President, Ripple

Susan Blanco
Managing Partner, Capital Clarity

Mark Chandler
Stanford Law School, Lecturer, Chief Legal Officer, Cisco (retired)

Chris Cook
President, Products Division Ultra Clean Holdings

Ellen Drew
Volunteer and Philanthropist

Adriana Porter Felt
Director of Engineering, Google

Erin Hoffmann
Technologist and Philanthropist

Josh Kahn
Vice President and General Manager, Platform Business Unit, ServiceNow

Jamillah Moore
Vice President of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, San Francisco State University

Venk Nathamuni
Chief Financial Officer, Cirrus Logic

Maria Poveromo
Senior Vice President and Chief Communications Officer, Cisco

Lisa Goldman Rosas
Assistant Professor, Stanford University

Tina Sunseri
Audit Partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP

Richard Svec
Senior Vice President, Construction Services Group, Alliant Insurance Services, Inc.