Take action on climate change in your own kitchen today. It will not only save you money and keep your space organized, but a small amount of effort can make a big difference in our world.
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Second Harvest of Silicon Valley not only refers community members to free groceries at nearby food distributions and pantries, but we can also help you apply for CalFresh (also [...]
Our warehouses buzz with activity this time of year. The beeping of tractor trailer trucks coming and going, the zoom of forklifts moving pallets of food and the voices of [...]
Sulma’s 1-year-old daughter plays and coos on her lap as she watches her 5-year-old son Jefferson play with his two cousins in their apartment in San Mateo. Every week, Sulma [...]
Freddy came to the United States five years ago from El Salvador with his 4-year-old son and the child’s mother. They settled in Daly City. Now, Freddy is a [...]
Fletcher is often the first client to arrive at the free grocery site at Mid-Peninsula Hispanic Outreach Ministry in San Mateo. “I’m usually the first one in line [...]
Marie Donner was Jewish and grew up in Linz, Austria in the 1930s. At eight years old, Marie escaped severe food rations, attacks on Jews and Kristallnacht through the [...]
We received 92,843 pounds of oranges from Village Harvest this spring. They were sourced from Moitizo Orchards, a 14-acre farm in San Jose. That is about 2.5 truckloads full [...]
May is Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month and we’re highlighting stories of resilience, togetherness and community from our AAPI community. Our goal is to celebrate and advocate for [...]
Andy is a client, volunteer, father and proud veteran who is dedicated to connecting other veterans to food assistance. He served 12 years in the military and is especially [...]