We collect donated food from growers, manufacturers and grocers, then distribute it to people in need through food pantries, soup kitchens, child care centers, homeless shelters, senior centers and other human service agencies with meal programs. All in all, we will distribute 25 million pounds of food this year to hungry people in San Francisco.
How do we do it?
Every day, we sort, inspect and repackage thousands of pounds of food. The food comes from supermarket chains, large manufacturers, wholesalers, restaurant suppliers, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and food drives. To maximize our resources, we collaborate with other food banks and with the America's Second Harvest food bank network. – less–ZoomInfo