Nobody should have to choose between bills and food

Silicon Valley has the entrepreneurial spirit and ingenuity to end hunger. We can do it with your help.

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Special thank you the corporations who stepped up and donated for COVID-19 emergency relief. Learn more.

Corporate partnership opportunities

$500,000 – $100,000

Join an elite group of corporate partners that are committed to ending hunger in Silicon Valley.

Holiday and spring campaign sponsorships

$75,000 – $10,000

Get recognized with marketing and PR opportunities such as online advertising and your logo on one of our distribution trucks.

Annual truck sponsorship

$50,000

Help keep our trucks delivering food by featuring your logo on a truck.

TV PSA sponsorship

$20,000

Position your executive as an elite partner during a major campaign or sponsor a storytelling PSA.

Employee engagement

Volunteer

Volunteering at our warehouses is great for team building.

Virtual food drives

Promote employee giving with a special fundraising link.

Matching gifts

Companies that match volunteer hours and employee gifts provide over 5 million local meals every year.

48-Hour Virtual Race to End Hunger

Compete against other companies to raise $1,000,000 in 48 hours. Virtual Race winners’ logos appear on one of our delivery trucks or car for one year.

Getting engaged right where they are: Cisco

One of our largest and longest-standing partnerships has been with the San Jose-based company Cisco, which became a Second Harvest of Silicon Valley donor in 1994. Since then, Cisco has donated over $30 million to support our goal of providing nutritious food to anyone who needs it. Cisco’s Executive Vice President, Chief Legal Officer, Chief Compliance Officer, and our board member, Mark Chandler, shared why he feels motivated to help those that are struggling:

“It’s very hard to look at what’s happening here and not realize how close it comes to home,” says Chandler. “We know all around the valley, there are thousands of people who are deeply affected and hurt by the pandemic. We made an extraordinary donation in the millions of dollars earlier this year to Second Harvest to help fund some of that need.”

On top of its monetary donations, we recognize Cisco’s real estate team, who helped us identify a location that could help us ramp up the production and distribution of more boxes of food to families in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. Thanks to the team’s help, we expanded into a new donated warehouse in April of 2020.

Chandler sums up the value of investing in the community where you live and work, and we couldn’t say it better:

“We feel a responsibility to the communities where we operate. We don’t think the fact that we’re a global organization means that that’s an excuse for not getting engaged where we are [located]. I think getting to know the needs in our communities is a way for us to exercise that responsibility. [We want] our employees feel really proud of where they work.”

We encourage any company looking for a way to engage more deeply with their community to learn more about our mission to end hunger in the Silicon Valley.

Thank you to our corporate supporters!