Before the pandemic, Ana would save small amounts of her husband Oscar’s paychecks to provide for their children’s futures. However, after Oscar lost his job in April 2020, the nearly [...]
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September is Hunger Action Month – it’s time to mobilize and beet hunger together. Hunger is a serious problem in our community. The cost of housing in Silicon Valley has spiraled out of control [...]
Our very own Sally Petersen, Chief Financial Officer and long-time Second Harvest supporter, retired at the end of June 2019. “My work at the food bank is the capstone [...]
Source: Marc Berman’s Twitter. Left to right: Andrew Cheyne, Director of Government Affairs at California Association of Food Banks; Marc Berman, California Assemblymember, 24th District; Tracy Weatherby, Vice President [...]
Karen Dougherty, library clerk at Los Altos Library, depositing a bag of food With the recent Food for Fines program at Santa Clara County Library District (SCCLD), [...]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xM8FKCqTulI&yt%3Acc=on On Friday, May 3, Second Harvest hosted its 2019 Harvest of Knowledge Partner Conference at the Oracle Conference Center in Redwood City. The event was a success with [...]
On Friday, April 19, we celebrated the San Jose State University’s (SJSU) Spartan Food Pantry with our partner ServiceNow. SJSU alumni like Matt and Lauren have shown how students [...]
By Tracy Weatherby, VP of Community Engagement & Policy Each year, Feeding America (the nation’s food bank network) and the Food Research Action Center organize the Anti-Hunger Conference in [...]
On Thursday, March 21, we hosted the 2019 Make Hunger History Awards at our Cypress Center. The event recognized our amazing fundraiser and food drive coordinators for their hard [...]
Last month, we hosted two legislative roundtables, one at our Bing center and one at our Cypress center. Representatives from all different levels of government – local, state and [...]