Resilience and Resourcefulness
Through Adversity

Annual Report

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Elevated Need Amid a
Challenging Economy

Fiscal Year 2022-2023 brought significant challenges for our community and Second Harvest of Silicon Valley. As we all faced an uncertain economy and record inflation, the elimination of emergency CalFresh benefits in March dealt another blow to low-income households already struggling to make ends meet.

Families, college students and seniors on fixed incomes turned to Second Harvest for food assistance, and we immediately saw a spike in need. We began serving half a million people every month starting in February 2023 — numbers we hadn’t seen since the height of the pandemic. The same pressures impacting our clients also strained our budget. While our costs and the number of neighbors seeking our help increased, financial donations decreased significantly.

The cumulative effect of these challenges put us to the test and required us to make difficult choices in order to balance our budget while still meeting the high level of need. We reduced the amount of food we purchased, grew community volunteer support, and increased the already substantial amount of high-quality food we rescue and provide to partners and clients. The innovative spirit and resilience of our staff, volunteers and partners, combined with the generosity of this incredible community, helped us overcome significant challenges and show up for our neighbors.

Seeing our shared community come together to make such a huge difference filled me with hope for the future. Challenges still exist, and your continued support is essential to ensuring that all our neighbors have access to the nutritious food they need to thrive. Our community has the entrepreneurial spirit, ingenuity and resources to end hunger in Silicon Valley. Together with you, we will.

Leslie Bacho, CEO, Second Harvest of Silicon Valley

Fiscal Year 2022-2023
by the Numbers

People per month*, increasing to 500,000 starting in Feb 2023
0 +M
Pounds of food per month*
0 +
Drive-thru grocery distributions
0 +
Home deliveries to households per month*
Volunteer hours of service
Second Harvest trucks
Warehouses operating nearly 24 hours a day
* FY22/23 monthly averages

Partners Make
Our Work Possible

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. We provide food free of charge to our partner ecosystem, which includes soup kitchens, affordable housing sites, rehabilitation centers, shelters, schools, colleges, libraries, senior centers, medical clinics and more. We are always looking to make nutritious food more accessible through collaboration, and our extensive partner distribution network helps us reach anyone who needs a nutritious meal – in every corner of our region.

"Our partners are truly amazing. They galvanize their staff, volunteers, clients and resources to play a transformative role in addressing food insecurity in our community. Their partnership with Second Harvest enables our collective mission of ending hunger in our region."

Anna Dyer, Second Harvest Director of Programs


Ensuring Everyone Has Access to Nutritious Food

Food insecurity in our community is a hidden epidemic. Because of higher prices and reduced government support, working parents, college students and seniors on fixed incomes struggle to make ends meet in this exorbitantly expensive area. Community support means neighbors can count on access to nutritious food from Second Harvest, no matter what comes along.


In a survey from Second Harvest clients:

had less than $100 in savings.
were worried about being able to pay next month's rent or mortgage.
bought less food due to high gas prices and/or inflation.

Client Stories

Carlos, Daly City

“My CalFresh card had $200. Now I’m down to $30. And it makes me kind of embarrassed, but I still need help. I need that assistance.”

Thi, San Jose

“We have a huge family. We live with multiple families. [Before receiving Second Harvest food] It was really tough to go to the market and buy enough food for that huge amount of people…there was not enough food at all.”

Joseph, San Jose

“Being a single-income family of five, especially given all the increase of prices across the board for everything in the last six months or more, having the ability to get food boxes from Second Harvest really makes a huge difference for our family in terms of making ends meet and being able to afford to live here in Silicon Valley.”

Developing New Ways to Connect Neighbors to Food

Amid continued inflation, a weakening economy and a significant reduction in CalFresh benefits (aka food stamps), more people turned to Second Harvest for help last year. Our Food Connection hotline answered the call, helping households stretch their budgets by providing referrals to free food programs and screening for CalFresh eligibility.


Throughout this busy year, Second Harvest continued to develop new ways to connect people to food resources. To make it easier than ever for families to find free summer meal sites and free grocery distributions, Second Harvest launched an easy-to-use food locator tool on our website, where users can search by address, city or zip code to find food nearby. And to reach even more people in need of food assistance, Second Harvest launched the Outreach Partner Engagement Network (OPEN) to leverage each partner’s strength to promote food assistance programs in every neighborhood of Silicon Valley.

Inquiries received by our Food Connection hotline
CalFresh applications submitted
Additional meals provided through approved CalFresh applications
OPEN outreach partners and 177 community outreach events

Food Connection Stories


“I feel good when the call goes smooth. Like, callers were able to do the CalFresh application and the free grocery program. That feeling just makes me happy. It makes me happy to hang up and get them the services they need.”


“Seniors are saying that we’re their main source of food.”

Our Community
Rose to the Challenge

Amidst a transformational year for our organization, our community stepped up. As the San Jose Conservation Corps’ pandemic support ended, we had a critical need for volunteers to replace this crucial workforce. Dedicated volunteers, including individuals and community, faith-based and corporate groups, consistently showed up at our warehouses and food distributions to help keep up with the soaring demand for our services, proving just how much our community can do when we come together.

Unique volunteers contributed more than 283,000 hours of service valued at $7.6M, the equivalent of 136 full-time employees.
Community volunteer hours grew by 60% in FY23 as we worked to replace the hours provided by the San Jose Conservation Corps.

Volunteer Stories


“Volunteering is satisfying. We’re doing something that is very meaningful, and it’s a selfless act. Volunteering is not thinking about yourself; it’s thinking about other people. Our world would be a better place if more people volunteered.”


“Food plays a significant role in supporting our health and well-being. It provides essential nutrients that are necessary for the proper functioning of our bodies. When we come together, we can ensure families across the Bay Area can access the nutritious groceries they need to thrive.”


“It is wonderful to come together and work with a team whose common purpose is not money-driven. Each produce box, bag of chicken, bag of dry goods goes out to our neighbors in need. Even on the slowest produce line that I have worked on, the team made enough produce boxes for 540 families in need. Every produce box counts. Every volunteer matters.”


Sourcing 125
Million Pounds

To meet the incredible need for food assistance in our community while planning for the long-term sustainability of the food bank, our Food Sourcing team continued to find creative, cost-effective ways to access food. Last year we were able to source and distribute 125 million pounds of nutritious food, including more than 85 million pounds of food rescued from growers and retailers. By strengthening our food rescue program and reducing our reliance on purchased food, we can continue to provide our clients with a nutritious mix of fresh produce, lean protein, dairy and whole grains.

The amount of rescued food is equivalent to taking nearly 10,000 passenger vehicles off the road for a year and saving enough water to fill over 3,000 Olympic-sized swimming pools, according to the ReFED Insights Engine Impact Calculator.

85 million pounds of rescued food
Equivalent to taking nearly 10,000 passenger vehicles off the road for a year
Saving enough water to fill over 3,000 Olympic-sized swimming pools

Encouraging Well-being Through Food

In this high-cost area, many of our clients are forced to make difficult choices between paying for food and other necessities. Limited budgets come with limited nutritional options as well. Our team of nutrition managers and volunteer Health Ambassadors work out in the community and online, offering nutrition education, food tastings and cooking demonstrations so our clients have information that supports them in preparing nutritious, culturally relevant meals on a budget. Our Nutrition Team provided nearly 160 engaging food demos in the community where clients got a chance to participate in the prepping, cooking process and sampling of the recipes while having meaningful conversations to inspire new ways to use food bank staples.

“Sometimes I run out of ideas to make healthy recipes that my family enjoys. That's why I find these recipes so valuable.” - Second Harvest client and parent at Prospect High School

Advocating for a
Hunger-free Community

At a time when many in our community lost critical support, our advocacy team continued working to strengthen government systems that protect low-income households from food insecurity. In March 2023, more than 93,000 households in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties lost $16M of monthly grocery purchasing power when the pandemic-era CalFresh Emergency Allotments ended, averaging about $171 lost per household per month. Second Harvest joined other food banks to successfully advocate for a CalFresh minimum benefit increase at the state level, the pilot of which is estimated to begin in 2025. Our team also worked to secure summer EBT to provide low-income students with a food benefits card starting in the summer of 2024, and the expansion of the California Food Assistance Program starting in October 2025.
California's Attorney General Rob Bonta volunteering at Second Harvest.

Community Fundraisers Nourish Our Community

Last year, supporters created nearly 330 community fundraisers on behalf of Second Harvest. Children, families, businesses, schools, churches and other groups did incredible things to help build a hunger-free community. These fundraisers and their supporters raised over $1.4 million, helping to provide enough nutritious food for more than 2.8 million meals.

Learn how you can start a Community Fundraiser

Rachel Isip

Outreach and Events Manager, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

“This community fundraiser worked great for our hybrid office culture. It’s so much easier to send a link. The ease of use of these virtual platforms made it easier.”

Gail McFall

Head of Community Impact, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

“We take pride in participating in volunteer projects with colleagues, hosting community fundraisers and making financial contributions to help provide meals for those who need them most.”


Thank You to Our
Fiscal Year 2022-2023
Major Supporters

Our fiscal year is July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023. Please note this list does not include Capital Campaign gifts.

Anonymous (3)
Chronicle Season of Sharing Fund
John Donahoe *
Feeding America
Erin Hoffmann and Michael Schroepfer *
Khosla Family *
Reid Hoffman Foundation *

Jeff and Marieke Rothschild *
Safeway Foundation
Sheryl Sandberg and Tom Bernthal *
Sergey Brin Family Foundation
Stanford Health Care
The Benificus Foundation
Troper Wojcicki Foundation

* Denotes 2023 For The Kids Council member

Anonymous (6)
Bank of America Charitable Foundation
Norbert and Inger Bischofberger
Jennifer Burkham and Jason Krikorian *
Du and Sarah Chai
Chambers Family Foundation
Chizen Family Foundation
Anne and Terry Clark
William and Bridget Coughran
Bill and Tammy Crown *
Aart de Geus and Esther John
Sunil and Margo Dhaliwal
Connie and Gary Dickerson
James and June Diller
Tunc and Fatma Doluca
Kathleen Donohue and David Sze
Dotson Family Fund
John and Ellen Drew *
Kenneth and Jennifer Duda
Kristen and Doug Edwards
Eustace-Kwan Family Foundation
Scott and Molly Forstall
Robert and Robin Fox
Genentech Foundation
George H. Sandy Foundation
M Rameen Ghorieshi, M.D., M.P.H.
Griffith Family Foundation
Steve and Colleen Hall
Eli and Britt Harari
Hoven Family Foundation *
Michael Jacobson and Trine Sorensen *
Kurt and Sue Jaggers *
John and Jacque Jarve
Rajeev Jayavant and Ana Mendez
Jeff and Karen Jordan *
Koret Foundation
Atte and Reetta Lahtiranta
Justin Lo
Chris and Melody Malachowsky

Edward Mentzer
Michael and Keiko Meyer
John O’Farrell and Gloria Principe
Anjali and Sundar Pichai *
Geoff and Andrea Ralston *
Robin and Jake Reynolds *
Laurel Rezeau
Charles and Paige Robbins
TJ Rodgers and Valeta Massey
Mindy and Jesse Rogers
Ronald and Ann Williams Charitable Foundation
RSMcDowell Fund
Robert and Liz Salvagno
Philipp Schindler *
Thomas Schmutz and Amy Larson *
Sequoia Healthcare District
Bruce and Cynthia Sewell *
Paul and Kathleen Sidenblad
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Frank and Brenda Slootman
Sobrato Family Foundation
Stanford Medicine Children’s Health
Mark Stevens and Mary Murphy
Strongpoint Foundation *
Sunlight Giving
The Braddi Family Living Trust
The Buchheit Philanthropy Fund
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
The Khachaturian Foundation
The Sullivan Family Trust *
The Werner Family *
The William G. Irwin Charity Foundation
TOSA Foundation
Onnolee and Orlin Trapp
Jeffrey and Holly Ullman *
Valhalla Foundation *
Fermi Wang and Jean Aida Kung
Anne Wojcicki Foundation

* Denotes 2023 For The Kids Council member

Anonymous (15)
Gino Addiego
Arcadia Foundation
Archer Family Foundation
Jeff and Tina Bird
Katherine S. and T. Robert Burke
Carol Moss Foundation
Eli Collins and Alison Wong
Catherine Corrigan and Jerry Buday
Craig Newmark Philanthropies
Davidson Family Foundation
Jennifer and Phil DiNapoli
Donald B. Tanklage and Carole F. Tanklage Foundation
E & L Fund
Carol and Lester Ezrati
Rodney Ferguson and Kathleen Egan
Sanjay Ghemawat
Krista and Matthew Glotzbach
Ward and Debbie Harriman
Hopper Dean Family Fund
Howard and Carolee White Foundation
Jensen and Lori Huang
Hurlbut-Johnson Charitable Trusts
Jacques M. Littlefield Foundation
Kaiser Foundation Hospital Fund
Poppy and Brian Keifenheim
Steven Kleiman and Helen Bradley
Rene A. Lacerte and Joyce Chung
Richard Lenon and Leslie Hsu
Allison Lewis-Jacobs and Brian D. Jacobs
William Lock and Kathie Lee
Keith and Lisa Lucas

Patricia Mann
Jeffrey Mayer and Tacy Witter
Marjorie McCarthy
John and Michele McNellis
Andrew and Judith Mendelsohn
Michael and Rosemary Montemerlo
Rosalie Morosani and Paul Collacchi
Andrew Murphy and Michelle Duffy
David and Mamie Norman
Marcus & Lisa Ogawa – Small River Foundation
George and Elizabeth Pavlov
Chien-Hsiung and Yuchuan C. Peng
Peninsula Health Care District
Joe and Lynn Pinto
Burt Podbere and Donna Segal
Qatalyst Partners
Robert Sawyer
Severns Family Foundation
Julie Simmons
Smith Family Foundation
Barbara Snyder
Mark and Mary Stevens
The McMurtry Family Foundation
William van Melle and Patricia Ho
Beth and Kurt von Emster
Doug and Nora Voorhies
Bob and Gail Walker
Warmenhoven Family Foundation
Westly Foundation
Peter and Georgia Windhorst
Brenda and Wade Woodson

Anonymous (13)
Jeremy Allan and Tara Moran
Debra Ameerally and Timothy Evans
David and Donna Arnold
Paul Asente and Ron Jenks
Martin and Vickie Baccaglio
Annie and Jim Barnett
Jimi and Ned Barnholt *
Carol Bartz and Bill Marr
Ralph and Eileen Battat
Belt Family
Adony and Rebecca Beniares
Bill and Jackie Lockwood Family Foundation
Brian Birtwistle and Julie Bornstein *
Mark Jon Bluth
Sarah and Michael Bolin
Cheryl and Ken Branson
Michael A. and Leslie Braun
Pamela Buckley and Michael Reitsma
Brook and Shawn Byers
Richard Capelouto and Gina Maya
Katherine Carroll and Alison L. Rosenthal
Ana P. Carvalho and Fernando C. Pereira
Shashi Chilappagari and Swapna Bhuvanagiri
Christensen Family Foundation
Douglas and Shannon Cogen
Kathy and Rodger Cole
Jay Crim and Shekar Davarya
Linda Curtis
Jessica Dang and Timothy Holme
Dauber Foundation
Jerome and Catherine Debs
Dhanam Foundation
Patrick and Carolyn Dupuis
Elizabeth Eby
El Camino Healthcare District
Mark Eliot and Kelly Moran
Nancy Floerke
Dean and Ellen Forbes
Forssell-Holbrook Family Charitable Fund
Derek and Sally Freyberg
Russell and Anne Fuller
Terry and Joseph Furgerson
Generation Foundation
Diane Gosney and Allison Chang
Grousbeck Family Foundation
Joseph and Carol Grundfest
Courtney Hansen
William and Barbara Heil
Andrew Hirsch and Nina Brooks
Jay and Mikey Hoag
Dr. Michael and Anne Hochberg
Urs Hoelzle and Geeske Joel
Richard and Julie Hood
Jane E. Hussain
Chris Jaffe and Kate Karriker-Jaffe
Marc and Rebecca Jedel
Sharon Juang and Paul Chiu
Robert and Arlene Katzive
Tammy and Thomas Kiely
Joan Kjemtrup
Alexei Kosut, Laura Back and Henry Kosut-Back
Badrinarayanan Kothandaraman and Sangeetha Santhanam
Kruttschnitt Family Fund
Tom and Patti Larkins

Lau Family Fund
Laura and Gary Lauder
Edward and Patricia Laveroni
Lawlor Family Fund
Phyliss and Chun K. Lee
Martha Lemos
Josh and Sara Leslie
John and Carolyn Lewis
Susan R. and Jim C. Lewis
Tony Li
Linden Root Dickinson Foundation
William and Elaine Lo
Valerie L. London
Frank and Nancy Markowitz
Michael McAweeney and Karen Jaffe-McAweeney
Colleen and Andrew McCreary
Edward Mocarski and Christine Martens
Paul and Catherine Mohr
Needham and Litzler Charities
Philip and Melinda Nemec
James Neupert
Michael and Laura Nibbi
Sally and Craig Nordlund
Erik and Jill Olson
Larry Orr and Nicole Lederer
Alyssa and Shane Owara
Geoff and Jill Parker
Amit and Vicky Patel
Richard and Jane Peattie
Mike and Jane Pharr
William and Diane Piedemonte
Wolfgang and Gudrun Polak
Cathy and Steve Randazzo
Aaron Raphel
SAGA Foundation
Sand Hill Foundation
Sanders Dickinson Foundation
Benjamin Schafer
Michelle and David Southwick
Robert J. Stets and Lena Lee
Sutter Health
Norm Taffe and Julie Bennett
Jeff and Barbara Taylor
The Oshima Ueunten Foundation
The Ré Family
The Staple Family Fund
Theodore P. Chuffers Foundation
Dyann Tresenfeld and Ed Waldrup
Willem and Chantal Van Schooten
Gary and Laura Walker
Daniel Weaver and Katie Goetz
James and Cheryl Weaver
Wells Fargo Foundation
William and Noreen West
Peter and Deborah Wexler
Joan R. Wheelwright, M.D.
Christine White
Susan Winchester
Patrick Windham and Arati Prabhakar
Michelle G. Winner and Pamela Crooke
Bruce Winterhof
Bill and Janne Wissel
Thomas Wolf
Laure Woods
Dennis Yarak and Margaret Becker
Paul and Cynthia Yock

* Denotes 2023 For The Kids Council member

Anonymous (74)
Robert and Denise Aitken
Ali Alasti and Faezeh Ghaffari
Eric and Lauren Albert
Scot Amos and Joanna Lio
Jane Anderson and Tess Ayers
Barry and Jo Ariko
Harvey and Nola Armstrong
Phyllis Baer
Deborah Bailey
Mark and Laura Bailey
Paul and Debbie Baker
Jim and Heather Bankoski
Peter Bannon and Maura Considine
Barbara Jones Memorial Fund
Troy and Rebecca Barbee
Ellen Jo Baron
John A. Barclay and Erin Simms-Barclay
Craig Barratt and Celia Oakley
Joel and Wendy Bartlett
Ann Bartoloni
BASE Family Fund
William and Anne Battle
Robert and Rebecca Beach
Robert Duncan Bearsley and Cathy Beardsley
Daniel M. Becker, MD JD and Johanna van de Woestijne, MD
Scott and Phyllis Bedford
Lorna and Merle Beghtel
Marc and Geneen Benoit
Amy and Brian Berliner
Alan and Mary Jo Bernard
Timothy Billups
Kenneth and Patricia Bird
Richard Blamey and Virginia Wright
Daniel C. Blachman and Barbara Stewart
Gary and Judy Bloom
Jeff and Donna Boss
Boucher Family Foundation
Steven Braithwaite and Wai Chan
Sindy Braun and Colleen Morris
Michael Brescia
Susan Breyer
Bonnie Brezzo
John T. Brookes and Kelly A. Meldrum
Brian and Lois Brouillette
Mike and Diana Brzozowski
Douglas Buckley and Shelley Salpeter
Rupa and Ravi Budhia
Richard and Cindy Burgdorf
Douglas Buckley and Shelly Salpeter
Eric Butler M.D. and Suzanne Rocca-Butler
Bylo Chacon Charitable Fund
Chris and Erica Cahill
Mark and Tracey Calassa
John Capek
Martha Carpenter
Sylvia Carroll
Susan and Kyle Casentini
Mark and Carrie Casey
David and Edith Cassel
Mark D. and Elizabeth Centoni
Daniel and Jieun Chai
Jeff Chambers and Andi Okamura
Chris Chan
Victoria Chang and Douglas Davidson
Armand and Micheline Chau
Jay and Prabhjot Chaudhry
Hubert T. Chen and Tracy M. Tierney
Juliet Chu and Eugene Khaw
Carl and Kathleen Cilker
William H. Cilker, Jr. and Elizabeth Cilker
In honor of Chris Cole, and James and Michelle
Claudia Coleman
Gordon Coleman
Michael and Barbara Collins
Christopher B. Colohan and Lea D. Kissner
Spencer Commons and Martha Gates
Anna Cook
Daniel and Linda Cooperman
Alison Cormack
Courtney Roberts Foundation
Mike and Ja’Nien Culver
Yogen and Peggy Dalal
Mary David
Gordon and Carolyn Davidson
Mark J. Davis
Rudolf de Rooij and Rachel Mahaffy
Ira and Gerard Dearing
Clay and Carol Del Secco
Jonathan Del Secco
William Denty
Justin and Courtney Depenhart
Barbara Derbyshire
Dhablania and Kim Family Fund
Janice M. Dingler
Geoffrey and Melinda Donaker
Julie K. Donnelly and Martin Connor
Mark and Mari Donnelly
James Dougherty
Benjamin Driscoll
Darrell Duffie and Denise Savoie
Bruce and Elizabeth Dunlevie
Dan and Sandra Durn
Richard Dvorak and Erin Craig
Linda Eaton
Edwards Foundation
Kathryn Edwards
Ellen and Tom Ehrlich
Eliot Family Fund
Mary Jane (MJ) Elmore *
Lee Farrell
Jeffrey Englander and Sue Greenberg-Englander
Peter and Mary Farrell
Alan Feinberg and Joan Weber
Steven and Helen Feinberg
Michael and Kimberly Ferry
Marianne Ferro and Craig Soldat
John D. Fiddes and Karen Talmadge
Allan and Joan Fisch
James Fishkin and Shelley Fisher Fishkin
Ann Fleischer
Eric and Andrea Flint
Sally Fong
Ann Forbes-Cannon and Thomas C. Cannon
Kevin and Celeste Ford
Valerie Frederickson
Freidenrich Family Foundation
Robert E. Friedman
Kim and Jim Funk
Michael Gagliasso and Catherine Murphy
Michael Galles
Ursula Gallichotte
Michelle and Brett Galloway
Oleta Gandenberger
Phyllis L. Gardner
Lawrence and Pamela Garlick
Peter Garst and Kathryn Hall
Kathy Haranzo and Craig Russell
Vincent and Candace Gaudiani
Minnie Gee
Susan Gellen
Reiner and Sonja Genevriere
Mary Ellen Genovese
Chris and Madeleine Gerdes
Nancy Geschke
Indraneel and Sarmistha Ghosh
Jonathan and Emily Gibbs
Kevin and Noelle Gibbs
Patrick E. and Sarah Gibbs
John and Jessica Gilmartin
Theodore C. Goldstein and Jessica Bernhardt
Lee and Marcia Ginsburg
Cristos and Elizabeth Goodrow
Peter and Marie-Helene Gotcher
Bindu and Devi Gottipati
Jonathan Goulden and Kwok Lau
Joshua Graessley
Susan L. Griswold
Stanley and Joan Gross
Luann Guleserian
Eric and Elaine Hahn
Jin S. and Eun H. Hahn
Nancy Hahn
Lisa and Adam Halpern
Dr. Graham Hamilton
Lis Hammel and Jonah Alben
Janet and Richard Hart
Richard and Kathy Hawes
Mark Hayter
Nick and Judi Hengeveld
Andrew and Susan Henry
Timothy Herzik and Garry Nolan
John and Maryann Herzog
Scott and Nancy Highton
Stephen and Ellen Hill
Ken Hirsch and Rebecca Long
Melville Hodge
Marc and Francine Hopkins
John Hornberger and Mary Anne Rodgers
Lucy Hsu
Hu and Lieu Donor Advised Fund
Daniel and Celia Huber
John and Sylvia Hughes
Emily and Jonathan Hugo
Huguenin Rallapalli Foundation
Russell and Susan Hull
Shannon Hunt-Scott and Kevin Scott
Richard and Judith Imperiale
Ishiyama Family Fund
Iwamoto Family Fund
Kingsley Jack
Rob and Sally Jackson
Richard and Susan Jacobsen
Elizabeth E. Janopaul
Marguerite B. Janopaul and Marc M. Michel
Saul Jaspan
John & Marcia Goldman Foundation
Conor and Laura Johnson
Patricia and Larry Jones
Patricia Jones
Dee Jordan
Richard Judd and Linda Lisa Agerter
Megan and Varun Kacholia
Thomas Kailath and Anuradha Maitra
Scott Kaspick and Susan Termohlen
Andy and Nancy Kessler
Fred and Flora Khosravi
Kieve Foundation
Jane K. Kim
King Philanthropies
Leif and Ivonne King
Bruce Kittle
George and Claire Kittle
Michael D. Knobler
Charles and Stephanie Knowles
Stephen Koblin
Vach and Jacintha Kompella
David and Karen Krall
John Kriewall and Elizabeth Haehl
Greg Krodel
Satheesh Kuppurao and Vasudha Ramanarasiah
Krishna Kuttannair and Ranjini Ambat
Robin and Ken Kutzler
Peter Lai
Shawn E. Lampron
Donald M. Landwirth and Cindy Stokes
Joan Lane
Peter and Sue LaTourrette
Andrew and Janet Lederer
Lee Family Foundation
John Legg
Mary Leonard
Shun-Tak Leung and Pik Sum Li

David and Sylvia Lichtenger
Sherman Lieberman
Jeffrey Lipkin and Kathleen Anderson
Darren Litzinger
Barbara Loll
Howard and Karen Loomis
Lurie and Vogelsong Charitable Fund
Michael Luxton
Virginia and Jim Lyons
Anne and Dave Mack
Macleod Family
Maidenherren Fund
Stanley Mainzer and Alison Greenspan
Steven Martello and Karen Riley
Martin Family
Diane Mathios
Scott and Kristi Mathisen
Eugene and Daneen Matts
Colen and Tina McAlister
Keith and Colleen McCallion
Margaret and Dennis McCarthy
Sari and Blake McConnell
Wendy and Rob McDowell
Dennis McEvoy and Kim Worsencroft
Susan McHan
Laureston and Barbara McLellan
Mellam Family Foundation
Alison and Scott Mellon
Adam Meyer and Mary Vanatta
D. Craig Miller M.D.
Rodney and Olivia Miller
Allen and Nancy Minton
Larry and Nancy Mohr
Sara Moked
David and Karen Molumby
Sherilyn Moody
Barbara and James Moore
John Moore
David L. Morandi
Malachy and Jane Moynihan
Paul F. and Wendy F. Muller
Maurice and Donna Murphey
Stanley and Joan Myers
John and Jannette Nelson
Bernie and Gerry Newcomb
Paul and Antje Newhagen
Robert and Jan Newman
Christal Niederer
Patricia and Daniel Niehans
Anne Nilsen
Katherine and Olivier Nolan-Stevaux
James and Kathy Nulty
Rory and Olive O’Driscoll
Omar Family Charitable Fund
Gregory and Candace Osborn
Natalie Pageler, M.D. and Thomas Pageler
Joe T. and Frances Pao
Greg and Laurie Papadopoulos
Jesus and Julie Parayno
John Parissenti and Linda Yufong Chin
Pankaj Patel
Mr. James L. Patterson
Susan and John Paul
Nancy Paxton and Guarang Desai
Igor and Sophie Perisic
Drew Perkins
John and Karen Perry
Joe Petersack and Joanne Kanow
Stanley F. and Megan W. Pierson
Michael and Mary Ann Pietro
Scott E. Pine
Mark and Laura Pitchford
Michael and Catherine Podell
Maria Poveromo and John Murray
John Quach
Sean Quinlan and Karelle Celestin
Paul and Lee Quintana
Saba Qureshi
Gary and Arline Radine
Jesse Ralston
Janaki Ramachandran and Flaviu Turean
Ananthakrishna Ramesh
Sylvia F. Rathbun
Peter and Kate Rathmann
Ravizza Family Foundation
Bret and Mayumi Reckard
Sandra Reilly
Lisa and David Renner
Lottie and Jonathan Rezneck
Cecilia Rinard
Robert Family Foundation
Thomas and Lynn Robinson
David and Elizabeth Rome
Rhonda Rosales and Jeffrey Hirschman
Dolores Roseveare
Brian Ross and Cheryl Sullivan
Joel and Andrea Rubnitz
Allen and Cindy Ruby
Kenneth Ryan
Jane Rytina and Jonathan Chadwick
John Sabella
JoAnne Sabo
San Bruno Community Foundation
Jennifer Ayer Sandell
Derek and Valerie Sanders
Philip Sanfilippo
Sribalan and Vidya Santhanam
Richard and Debra Sanzi
Anthony and Gwendy Scampavia
Michael and Katherine Scandling
Steven Schoenfeld
Alan and Nancy Schatzberg
Sriram Sellappa and Shakila Sivakumar
Rebeca Sermer and Peter Keyashian
Greg and Nancy Serrurier
Kathleen L. and Terry Sharp
Samson and Reva Shilmover
James and Joanne Shurter
Sijbrandij Foundation
Jeff and Naomi Silk
Mr. Laird Hardcastle Simons III
Anne Simonson
SITA Foundation
SKB Foundation
Benjamin Smith and Honor Hsin
Rusty and Marilynn Smith
Todd and Sandy Smith
Carol Smythe
Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation
Michael and Maria Solomon
Paul V. Sonkowsky and Amy Woo
Michael and Cynthia Spaur
Sam Srinivas
Sanjay and Charlene Srivastava
Stamos Capital
Andrew and Heather Steingruebl
Stella B. Gross Charitable Trust
Albert and Anne Stewart
Ann and Joe Stockwell
Gregory and Christina Stovall
Richard and Jo Anna Strawbridge
Randall and Ellen Stross
Sudhir & Mugdha Pendse Charitable Fund
Sugering Family
Bill and Linda Sullivan
Patricia Suppes
Daniel and Karen Swanson
Sweeney Family Fund
Bill Swier
Scott and Alison Swisher
Omar Tawakol and Bothaina Salama
Ahmed Tawashi and Janie Lujan
Barry Taylor and Libby Tyree-Taylor
Jennifer and Christopher Taylor
Alan Templeton
Elene Terry
William and Janice Terry
The Bailard Impact Pool Fund
The Byrd Family Charitable Fund
The Charles and Roberta Katz Family Foundation
The Cristina and Charles Johnson Foundation
The Dorsey & Whitney Foundation
The Helen and Jack McCullough Family Foundation
The Leonard C. and Mildred F. Ferguson Foundation
The Martin Foundation
The Marvilyn Chin Memorial Fund
The McJannet Family Fund
The Meadowlark Foundation
The Moca Fund
The William D. Smythe Family Foundation
The Wright Family Fund
The Yael and Itamar Simonson Fund
Jeffrey and Catherine Thermond
Mike Thiel and Marcie Vu
Athena Thomas
Andrea and Joe Thomas
Melinda Thomas
Charles and Andrea Thurber
Timothy and Sally Tomlinson
Andrew and Stephanie Towell
Mark Tracy
Benjamin Trumbull
Elizabeth Trumbull and Darryl Celkupa
Ariel and Anna Tseitlin
Minako and Christie Tsuji
Amy Tucker and Tara Vanderveer
Elaine W. Uang and Michael Greenfield
Raziel and Hava Ungar
William Unger
Jennifer and Chris Urmson
George Vail
Jennifer A. Van Dalsen and Tor Braham
Hal and Carol Varian
Celia Vigil
Mark von Zastrow and Junko Aimi
David and Laurel Voorhies
Ami Vora
Wadhwani Charitable Foundation
David and Aileen Wang
Catherine Warrick and Joseph Buttle
Margaret Warton and Steve Benting
Susan Wasson
Peter and Adrienne Webb
Mark and Cynthia Weeks
Jay and Annette Welshofer
John and Judith R. West
Western Alliance Community Foundation
Western Digital Foundation
Jim and Patty White
William and Sarah White
Jim S. and Rosalia Whitehead
Margaret Williams
Robert S. Wilson, Sr.
Anita Wing
Duncan and Tanya Winn
Julie Anne Wissink and Randall Vagelos
Benny and Diane Wong
Jean Wong
Lotus Wong
Bruce and Adrianne Wonnacott
Alisa E. Yaffa and Kenneth S. McElvain
Warren Yang and Jung Yoon
Mr. Arvola Yau-Shing Chan and Mrs. Ginn-Shian Hua
Andrew and Kaitlyn Yeates
David and Susan Young
Carolyn and Jeffrey Zeisler
Martin Zinkevich and Jessica Owen
Barbara M. Zotz

* Denotes 2023 For The Kids Council member


Thank You to Our Outstanding
Corporate Supporters!

Corporate Donors
Corporate Revenue
Community Builder Partners

Abbott Laboratories
Above The Fray Design
Abreau & Associates, Inc.
Adams Street Partners Inc.
Adobe Foundation
Adobe, Inc.
Affinity Investment, LLC
Ageless Skin Care
Agilent Technologies
AIMCO Properties, LP
Air Products
Air Systems Foundation, Inc.
Akram M. Omari, C.P.A.
Alaska Airlines Foundation
Alaska Airlines SFO
AlliCART Services
Allstate Giving Campaign
Alphawave Ip Inc
Alpine Ladera Fuel, Inc.
AmazonSmile Foundation
Ambarella, Inc.
Amco Business Corporation
Ameresco Donations
American Express
Ameriprise Financial
Amgen, Inc.
Amici’s East Coast Pizzeria, Inc.
Amigos De Palo Alto
AmWins Access
Anatomie Store
Annual Reviews
Anthem Interiors Inc (Healdsburg)
Apis Floral
Apple Inc.
Applied Materials Foundation
Aras Power Technologies
Architectural Glass Aluminum
Architecture Technology Corporation
Arco/Murray National Norcal, Inc.
Ardor Foundation
Arthur J.Gallagher & Co.
Asset Management Company
AstraZeneca Pharmaceutical, LP
Atelier Studio
Atlassian Inc
Autodesk, Inc.
Avago Technologies
Bank of America Charitable Foundation
Bank Of The West
Bay Area Industrial Filtration
Bayer Health Care
Bayview Plastic Solutions
BBI-Con, Inc.
Bean In Nature
Becton, Dickinson and Company
Behrens & Curry, Inc.
Big Joe Leasing and Rentals, LLC
Bill Jackson’s Lawn Aerating Service
Bis Motorcar Services, LLC
Bishop- McCann
Black Cat Hats
BlackRock Matching Gifts Program

Blaze Pizza
Bloomberg LP
Blue Shield of California
Bluetooth Sig, Inc.
Bnb Bay Area
Bobaz Inc
Bond Pavement Solutions, Inc.
Boston Scientific
Branding Brand
Breathe Together Yoga
Bressani Construction
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Broadcom Corporation
Buckingham Asset Management
Buckles-Smith Electric Company
Bulldog Vending
C & O Painting Inc.
Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
Caliber Collision Centers Foundation
California Express Trucking
California Water Service Company
Camino Real Realty
Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation
Caregivers That Deliver
CAS Architects, Inc.
Casamondo Development Corporation
Centene Management Company LLC
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
Chanel Boutique
Chapel Of Flowers
Character Technologies Inc.
Charles Schwab & Company, Inc.
ChevronTexaco Corporation
Chiropractic Wellness Center
Cielo Star Inc. dba La Estrelita
Ciena Corporation
City National Bank
Claddagh Construction, Inc.
ClassOne Insight Inc.
Clearwater Advisors
ClubSport San Jose
Clyde Beffa Jr., Cattle Company
CMC Materials
CMS Plumbing Inc.
Coastal Dermatology and Aesthetics
Columbia Sportswear
Confluent Medical Technologies
Coregiving Company
Costco Wholesale
Country Faire Candies
Coupa Software
Course Hero
Credence Management Solutions LLC
Credit Karma LLC
Crescent Park Management, LP
CSAA Insurance Group
Cupertino Electric
CytomX Therapeutics, Inc.

Daines, Inc.
Danaher Foundation Corporate
Daniel Construction Company
Dannels Electric Inc
David J. Powers & Associates
David R. Packard, Attorney at Law
Davis Polk & Wardwell, LLP
Deaton, Michaels & Hall LLP
Decca Design
Decisions On Demand, Inc.
DeHaro Ramirez Group
Dehoff’s Key Market
Dell, Inc.
Deloitte LLP
Delta Builders, Inc
Delta Dental Plan of California
Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
Di Napoli Specialty Foods
Dodge & Cox
Dome Construction Corporation
DP Precision
dProduce Man
Driscoll’s Inc.
Dropbox, Inc.
Dumas and Company
Duran & Venables, Inc.
E. Perez & Company, Inc.
Edison International
Edwards Law Group, Inc.
Eimer Stahl LLP
EKI Environment & Water, Inc.
Elaine Ryzak Fraser
Electronic Arts
Elevance Health
Empower Retirement LLC
Emrik LLC
Enterprise Holdings Foundation
Envestnet Asset Management Inc. Headquarters
Ericsson PAC Match
Erik Hellwig Consulting
Everbloom Investments LLC
Ewing Foley, Inc.
Exact Motorsports, Inc.
Excite Credit Union
Exelixis, Inc.

Extreme Machine, Inc.
F5 Networks, Inc.
FactSet Research Systems
Faculty Connection LLC
Farallon Media
Farmers Insurance
Federal Realty Investment Trust
Ferro Tech (USA) Corp
Fina Designs
Fix Kicks
Fountain Oaks Ranch, LLC
Fox Corporation
FOX Factory
Frame AI
Frank, Rimerman + Co. LLP
Franklin Templeton Corp
Franklin Templeton Investments
Fresh Ideas Design
Full Service Janitorial Inc.
Funds2Orgs, LLC
G.E. Foundation
Gap Inc.
Garden City Construction
Genentech Inc.
General Dynamics Mission Systems, Inc.
Georgica Pine
Gigamon, Inc
Gilbert P. Koury Insurance Broker
Gilead Sciences, Inc.
Givinga Foundation, Inc.
GlaxoSmithKline Foundation
Global Commercial Properties
Global Support
Glynn Capital Management
Golden Time Jewelers, Inc.
Goldman Sachs & Co.
Goldman Sachs & Company
Good City Company
Goodnation Foundation Inc.
Gounod Construction Inc.
Gow Supply Company
Graham Holdings
Guidewire Software
Guild Mortgage

Haiti Shirts
Hammel, Green & Abrahamson, Inc.
Harman Management Corp./KFC
Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Co.
HCA Caring for the Community
HCP Oyster Point III LLC
Hearst Media
Heff Foundation Corporation
Hercules Capital
Herman Christensen & Sons
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Hologic Inc.
Home Depot
Homelegance, Inc.
Homeside Retreat
Hope Patricia Daly Public Relations/Marketing
Hopkins & Carley
Housatonic Management Company, Inc.
Houzz, Inc
HP Inc.
Hunter Properties
Huntsman Architectural Group
HW Mgmt
IDEC Corporation
Incyte Genomics
Inflammatix, Inc.
Infogain Corporation
Inika LLC
Institutional Venture Management XIV, LLC
Intel Corporation Charity Trust Account
International Garden Center
Interra Systems
InterWest Insurance Services, LLC
Iterable, Inc.
IXsystems, Inc.
Izmirian Roofing and Sheet Metal
J T Window Works
Jack Fullington Vacation Rental
Jarvis Fay LLP
JD Electric
Jeffrey’s Hamburgers Menlo Park, LLC
Jerry Burnette Property Mgt.
Jessie H. Serna, Attorney at Law
John A. Boghossian, DDS, Inc.
John Deere

Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies
Jollyana Design
Jones Lang LaSalle
JPMorgan Chase & Co
JSR Micro, Inc.
Judd Properties
Juniper Networks
K D Bartling Enterprises
K Welton Inc.
Karius Inc.
Keker, Van Nest & Peters LLP
Kely Tech Corporation
Kemper Cares
Kendra Scott LLC
Kennedy/Jenks Consultants
KeyBank National Association
Keysight Technologies
KIOXIA America, Inc.
KLA Foundation
Known Global LLC
Kodiak Sciences Inc.
KRJ Design Group Inc.
Law Office Joseph R. Kafka
Law Office of Katherine R. Moore, P.C.
Law Office of Stephanie M. Rickard
Law Offices of Cathy E. Rincon
Law Offices of Lisa C. Bryant
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (CyberGrants)
Lee-Ila Traders
Legacy Venture
Leonidou & Rosin
Levi Strauss & Company
LexisNexis Risk Solutions
Lighthouse Cafe & Restaurant
Lisa’s Tea Treasures
Little Troopers Inc.
Living Spaces
Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin Charity Custodial Account
Lori Krein Studios
Los Altos Golf & Country Club
Los Lagos Golf Course
Lovelady Diamond
LPA Inc.
LPL Financial
Lucky Save Mart FoodMaxx Supermarkets
Luther Burbank Corporation Foundation
Lux Bus America

M C Roofing
M. Menbari Accountancy Co.
Mac I Electric
MAG Trucking
MagArray, Inc.
Main Street Burgers Los Gatos / Willow Street Pizza
Mark T. Ivie Appraisal Service
Marsh & McLennan Companies
Martin Lydon Communications Group
McCalmont Corporation dba McCalmont Engineering
McKinley Elementary Cub Scouts
McKinsey & Company
Media Weasels Mixed Media
Medical Marts of California, Inc. dba Bischoff’s Med & Mobil
Medina McKelvey LLP
Megaforce Corporation
Melanie Barry Properties, LP
Menlo Park Barber Shop
Mercado Tile & Stone, Inc.
Mercer Global Advisors Inc.
Merck Foundation (Cybergrants)
Mercury News Wish Book Fund
Meriwest Credit Union
Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Rewards API
Mills-Peninsula Auxillary
MMS US Holdings
Mobile-Med Work Health Solutions
Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial
Moreno & Associates, Inc.
Moss Adams, LLP
MS Gift Corp.
M-Tek Engineering Inc.
MVA Construction Co, Inc.
My General Counsel Group, PC
National Mortgage Insurance Corporation
Nearon Enterprises
Nehemiah International Service Inc
Nelson Chan Chan Foundation
NeoLife International, LLC
NetScout Systems Inc.
New Leaf Community Markets
New Relic
New York Life Insurance Co.- Silicon Valley General Office
Next Gen Personal Finance

Nicole Hong Phuong Thai, M.D., Inc.
Nike, Inc.
Nintendo of America
Northrop Grumman Charity Custodial Account
Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation
Nuance Communications
Oath Inc.
Observe, Inc.
OGSG11 Corp
Olympus America Inc
Omidyar Network Fund, Inc.
ON Semiconductor
Pacific Management & Investments
Palladino Painting, Inc.
Palo Alto Networks Foundation
Panda Restaurant Group
Paramount Communications Foundation
Parkview RCH I & II, LLC
Patterson Sheridan LLP
Paul Poon & Associates Inc.
Paul R. Nadler Insurance Services
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
Paul’s Enterprises
Pegus Properties
Pepper Lane Properties, Inc.
Pepsi Cola Bottling Company
PepsiCo Foundation
Petals And Peacocks
Pfizer Inc.
PGSoils, Inc.
Pilates with Teresa LLC
Pillsbury, Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
Pioneer Machinery
Piper Sandler Companies
PLM Loan Processing Center Inc.
Postman Giving
Power Business Technology LLC
Power Integrations, Inc.
Praxi Data, Inc.
Premier Nutrition Corporation
Princeton Plaza
Private Company
Project Management Advisors, Inc.
Property Network
Prudential Financial
PSI Systems, Inc.
Pure Storage

Quality Technology Services, LLC
Quotient Technology Inc.
R and R Plumbing Co.
Raytheon Applied Signal Technology
Red Hat
Redwood Geotechnical Engineering, Inc.
Referral Realty Enterprises
Related Companies
Renesas Electronics America, Inc.
Republic National Distributing Company
Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling
RFIsoft, inc.
RGS Industries
Richard F. Luker Certified Public Accountant
Ridge Vineyards
Ridgeline Ap Dep
Rios Development Inc
River Rock Brewery
Riveting Media Inc
RMA Group
RMG Enterprises
Rob Roy Consulting
Robelo & Associates, Inc.
Robert A. Bothman, Inc.
Robert Giacomini Dairy, Inc.
Robert Half International
Robin Materials
Roboto Games
Roche Molecular Systems
Ropes & Gray LLC
Ross Gives Back
Ross Properties
S&P Global
Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.
San Mateo Charities, Inc.
San Mateo Credit Union
Sand Hill Global Advisors
Sares Regis Group of North California, LLC
Sarver Family Walnuts
Schaaf & Wheeler Consulting Civil Engineers
Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc.
Scientific-Environmental Lab, Inc.
Scottsdale Medical Technologies
Shamrock Electrical Service
Shipley Estate Management
Shockwave Medical
Showa Denko Workplace Giving
Sienna Staffing
Signature Roofing, Inc.
Silicon Valley Bank
Silva Farms
Silver Lake
Simply Flowers Just Because
Sixth Street Partners LLC
SK hynix America Inc.
Skylight Inc.
Slakey Brothers Inc.
Small Business Bookkeeping
SMART Modular Technologies
Smarty Pants LLC
Socionext America Inc
Sony Electronics
Sony Interactive Entertainment

Sparkle Brite Co.
Specialized Bicycle
SpeeDee Car Wash
Spiral Financial, Inc.
Splunk, Inc.
Stamos Capital Partners, L.P.
Starbucks Corp.
State Farm Insurance Company
Sterling Properties
Steve Larson Direct, Inc.
Steve’s Lock & Key
StoneX Financial
Strategic Facilities Planning
Student Corps Inc.
Sung Engineering, Inc
SunPower Corporation
Supermodelli, LLC
Sylvia C. Tso, D.D.S.
TA Associates
Takeda San Francisco, Inc.
Tala Fuel Inc.
Tamarind Financial Planning
TE Connectivity
Teamwrkx Construction
Tech CU
Tempus Labs
Tenable Inc
Teradata Inc.
Terreno Realty Corporation
Texas Instruments
The Boeing Company Employee Individual Giving Program
The Clorox Company
The Law Offices Of Michael A. Hurwitz
The Moody’s Foundation
The Morrison & Foerster Foundation
The Paper Crane
The Peacock Avenue LLC
The Resolve Group
The Rosendin Foundation
The Sharp Group
The Turner Construction Company Foundation
The Walt Disney Company
The Wonderful Company /Wonderful Giving
Thermo Fisher Santa Clara
Thinh Duy Mai MD APC
Thomas & Sons Construction Property Management
Thrivent Community-Silicon Valley
TIAA-CREF Employee Giving Campaign
Toling Belles of Santa Clara County
Total Systems International, LLC
Toyota MNA
Toyota of Palo Alto
Trade Technology, Inc.
Trinity Ventures
TriplePoint Capital
Triside, Inc., dba Subway 44821
Trumer Pils
Turq and Terra Designs LLC

U.S. Bank
U.S. Bank Foundation
UC Components, Inc.
Uccelli & Associates
Udc, Inc
United Health Group
Unity Technologies
V B S Investments, LLC – Hill Garden Apts
ValueAct Capital
Van Dyke Repair
Varian Medical Systems
Vcs Cons Gen
Veritas Technologies
Vimo, Inc.
Vina Pro Services
Visa, Inc.
Vivion Inc.
VMware, Inc.
Voya Financial
VP Security Services Inc
W. Bradley Electric, Inc.
Walmart Corporate Giving
Warburg Pincus LLC
Warren Properties
Watchtower Management Group, LLC
Water Quality Plumbing Co., Inc.
Wealth Architects Charitable Fund

Wells Fargo via YourCause
Wendy Wang Books
West Valley Construction Company
Western Allied Mechanical, Inc.
Western Digital
Western Freezers Specialty Equipment
Western States Oil Company
White Oak Medical Office Inc.
Wiley Publishing, Inc.
Willamette Valley Vineyards
Willow Glen Lions Charities Inc.
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Foundation
Winchester Pest Control
XL Construction
Yelp Inc.
Yen-Ping Lee, DDS, MS, Inc.
Z CON Specialty Services, Inc.
Z Zurich Foundation
ZAP’O Marks Inc.
Zebra Technologies
ZS Associates


Leaving a Lasting Impact

Thank you to members of the Second Harvest Legacy Society for helping to end hunger in our community. Each Legacy Society member has included a gift to Second Harvest in their will, trust, retirement plan or insurance policy.

Alan Feinberg and his wife, Joan Weber, are motivated to give back to the community. When they relocated from Boston to the Bay Area in 1990 and learned how many people — especially families with children — were struggling with food insecurity, they were appalled. They were especially concerned that so many children struggled to get by without adequate nutrition.

Joan and Alan first encountered Second Harvest while volunteering at one of Alan’s corporate events. They were impressed by how much nutritious food would be provided for every dollar raised.

In 1993 they made their first donation and became devoted donors over the next 30 years. When it came time to think about leaving a legacy, it seemed logical to include a bequest from their estate naming Second Harvest as a significant beneficiary.

“We don’t have any children of our own.” shares Joan. “We want to ensure that children in the future have the same access to healthy food as we did when we were growing up. Leaving a legacy is our way of providing for multiple generations of kids.”

Legacy Society Members

Anonymous (44)
Carla Ada Trust
Rayetta B. Adams *
Jane Anderson and Tess Ayers
Richard Andrews
Deborah Appel
Archer Family Foundation
David and Donna Arnold
Paul Asente and Ron Jenks
Sandra and Mark Asher
Phyllis Baer*
Fred J. Bedard
Dean Bernheim
Kenneth Bigler
James W. Blackman *
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
Patrice Chinn
Bikash Choudhury
Michael G. Chow
William H. Cilker, Sr *
Anne and Terry Clark
Ann and Sheffield Clarke
Elizabeth Codd *
David and Donna Courtright
Diana Davey
Linda and Scott Deatrick
Carole A. DiCamillo *
Dana L. Dickinson
Diane Diggins
Dr. and Dr. Dimery
Jennifer and Phil DiNapoli
Hrishikesh Divate
Patricia Dolan
Gene and Cindy Domecus
E & L Charitable Giving

Marilyn Edelstein
Natalie Elefant
Alan Feinberg and Joan Weber
Howard Feinberg
Fan Lisa Feng
Kevin and Celeste Ford
Maria R. Franco
Bob and Ronda Fraser
Jeffrey and Julia Gallinat
Jose Luis and Caroline Garcia
Allen A. Ginsling &
 Rachael Goldstein Trust
Werner Graf *
Evelyn A. Grandinetti *
Gabriel Gross
Yogesh and Shobana Gubbi
Lauren Hailey
Marisue Hansen
Eloise Harris
Andrea Hildebrand
Marilyn A. Hohbach *
Sara Hojjat
David and Sharon Hoyt
Gary Isoardi
Jacque and John Jarve
Jeffery Johns and Bonita Lane
Anne Johnson
Karn C. Johnson *
Kathleen Johnson *
Gregory and Barbara Jones
Larry and Patricia Jones
John and Susan Jordan
The Jossi Family Trust
Janine Kovac
Greg M. Krodel
Tom and Patti Larkins
Jenny Y. Lee
Jessica C. Leon
Cate Levings
Kurt W. Lewin *
Carolyn Lewis
Adriana Leyva

Garry and Suzanne Lim
Valentina M. Lombardi
Vanessa C. Lopez
Matt and Rebecca Lowell
Katherine Lugo and Rodney Gomez
Jacob and Andrea Malae
Ruth Martinez
Dawn McDaniel
Sarah McGregor
Edward Mocarski and
 Christine Martens
Diane E. Moore
James Neupert
Ruth Nilmeier
Norris Family Charitable Fund
Debbie Norton
R.H. O’Grady
Tisa M. Pedersen
Pei K. Peng
Carol Peters
Lynn and Joe
 Pinto Family Foundation
Virginia and Pierino Primon
Patience Putnam
JoAnne Sabo
Indrani Samarawickrama
Clare Sinanian
Claro and Editha Soberano
Teresa L. Spalding
Crystal and Larry Steinke
Katie Stivers
Lawrence Sugimoto
George J. Sullivan *
Norm Taffe and Julie Bennett
Mary Sue and Dan Thomas
Onnolee and Orlin Trapp
Steve and Tammy Ursenbach
Joan Verdino *
Amanda and Thomas Warner
Robert Wheatley
Rita Whitten
Cynthia Williams
Patricia F. Winter

* Deceased


Revenue and Expenses

Our fiscal year is July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023.

Annual Funding Sources

  • 65% Individual
  • 11% Foundations & Organizations
  • 14% Government
  • 10% Corporations


Individual Donors $57,719,848
Government Funding $12,445,507
Foundations & Organizations $10,117,191
Corporations $9,105,148
Subtotal $89,387,694
Donated Food and In-Kind Contributions $174,468,198
Total Operating Revenue* $263,855,892
*This Revenue does not include the following:
Board Designated Endowment Fund $2,010,331
Investment Gains/Losses $7,620,102
Others (Accounting & Related Revenue) $711,492
Total Non-Operating Revenue $10,341,925
Total Revenue $274,197,817

Annual Operating Expenses

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


Programs/Food Distribution $264,617,744
Fundraising $7,892,846
Management $7,136,153
Total Operating Expenses $279,646,743

Net Assets

Net Assets* $220,725,276
* This figure includes value of food on hand as of June 30, 2023.

Board of Directors

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

Katherine Carroll
Managing Partner, The Resolve Group

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

Chris Cook
President, Products Division Ultra Clean Holdings

Dr. Mary Ann Dewan
County Superintendent of Schools, Santa Clara County Office of Education

Ellen Drew
Volunteer and Philanthropist

Adriana Porter Felt
Director of Engineering, Google

Lisa Goldman Rosas
Assistant Professor, Stanford University

Tony Gonzalez
Senior Vice President, Private Client Advisor, Bank of America

Patricia Legaspi
Senior Director of Engineering, Google

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

Priya Smith
Medical Group Administrator, Kaiser Permanente

Tina Sunseri
Audit Partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP

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

Paul Yock
Weiland Professor of Bioengineering and Medicine, Emeritus, Stanford University