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Applied Materials Helping Hands Day 2018 Recap

Last December, 300 Applied Materials employees and their families spent a Saturday morning at Second Harvest for their 23rd annual “Helping Hands Day.” They packed an incredible 6,000 boxes [...]

Applied Materials Helping Hands Day 2018 Recap2019-12-10T21:30:20+00:00

Our Response to the Government Shutdown

A sense of urgency characterized the last weeks of January, for our commitment to ensuring access to healthy food necessitated a quick response during the government shutdown. Media coverage [...]

Our Response to the Government Shutdown2019-12-10T21:30:55+00:00

Why We <3 Our Community

Our Food Connection Team Wishes a Happy Valentine's to Everyone! Happy Valentine's from all of us at the food bank! This month, we've asked a few of our staff [...]

Why We <3 Our Community2019-12-10T21:33:06+00:00

Staff Spotlight: What Is the Face of Hunger?

Second Harvest supporters greet the faces of our clients on donation barrels, letters and flat screen televisions. This past holiday season, we introduced the idea that “the face of [...]

Staff Spotlight: What Is the Face of Hunger?2019-12-10T21:34:39+00:00

Mission: Possible – Turkey Trot

Special Blog Post by Diane Tye Zapata, Director of Volunteer Services “Mission: Possible” focuses on our volunteers, without whom our mission of creating a hunger-free community would be impossible!  [...]

Mission: Possible – Turkey Trot2019-12-10T21:36:47+00:00

Evergreen Valley College Pantry Opens

Hardworking students face choices between buying food and books. On December 13th, Second Harvest and Evergreen Valley College (EVC) celebrated the opening of the Hawk Spot Food Pantry, a [...]

Evergreen Valley College Pantry Opens2019-12-10T21:43:30+00:00

Food Drive 2018: A Dartmouth News Network Production

Students across the Bay Area compete to fill barrels of non-perishable food during the Fundraiser and Food Drive season, but many never get to see how their contributions reach [...]

Food Drive 2018: A Dartmouth News Network Production2019-12-10T21:44:33+00:00
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