A recent survey of Second Harvest of Silicon Valley’s clients shows increased costs and high gas prices are taking a significant toll on local families, with 93% reporting that they have bought less food due to the impact of inflation.
To make it easier than ever for local families to access free summer meals, Second Harvest recently launched a site locator on its website. Families can go to www.shfb.org/mealsforkids and enter their location using their address, city or zip code.
Second Harvest of Silicon Valley announced today that it has named Shobana Gubbi as its new chief philanthropy officer. Gubbi will lead Second Harvest’s effort to raise an unprecedented [...]
Second Harvest of Silicon Valley Must Raise $22M in December to Stay on Track With Its Fundraising Efforts
Food bank must raise 80% more in funds as it continues to serve 80% more people than it did pre-pandemic Highlights: Second Harvest’s annual fundraising goal is set [...]
Donations are down, but need remains high as many local families struggle to recover from the economic crisis caused by the pandemic. Highlights: Second Harvest’s annual fundraising goal [...]
Second Harvest of Silicon Valley has elected four new board members who bring a diverse set of skills and backgrounds to the food bank as it continues to face [...]
New Home will unify food handling operations, an expanded volunteer center and office space under one roof to improve efficiency and service After an extensive real estate search, Second [...]
Additional support may be on the way as California is poised to be the first state to permanently adopt free school meals for all students Following a year of [...]
Survey Reveals the Vulnerability and Resilience of Silicon Valley Residents Impacted by the Pandemic
Second Harvest randomly sampled 6000 households receiving free groceries at distributions in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties SAN JOSE, Calif., April 20, 2021—Though the rollout of a vaccine [...]