Oregon Food Bank Inc
The mission of Oregon Food Bank (OFB) is to eliminate hunger and its root causes. Oregon Food Bank's vision is that everyone shall have ready access to an ample, nutritious, and affordable food supply. Since OFB's founding in 1982, our primary activity has been the collection and distribution of emergency food through a statewide network of 21 Regional Food Banks, four operated by OFB, and over 1,200 hunger-relief agencies.
Latino Community Foundation
The Latino Community Foundation exists to unleash the power of Latinos in California.
American National Red Cross
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
World Central Kitchen, Inc.
Founded in 2010 by Chef José Andrés, World Central Kitchen (WCK) uses the power of food to heal and strengthen communities through times of crisis and beyond. WCK has transformed the field of disaster response to help devastated communities recover and establish resilient food systems.
Gleaners Community Food Bank, Inc.
Gleaners Community Food Bank, with broad community support, fights hunger in southeastern Michigan. In collaboration with our member agencies, the Feeding America network, and our program partners, we provide millions of pounds of donated and purchased food to people in need. In so doing, Gleaners is committed to distributing nutritional, high-quality food. Through education and advocacy, we will reduce reliance on the emergency food system. Gleaners adopts best practices and cost effective systems and procedures to achieve the highest possible return on its human and financial resources. Gleaners fulfills its role with a sense of compassion and urgency while nourishing, sustaining and advancing hope in our community.
Community Action Network
Community Action Network partners with children, youth and families from under-resourced Washtenaw County neighborhoods to create better futures for themselves and to improve the communities in which they live.
Food Gatherers' mission is to alleviate hunger and eliminate its causes in the Washtenaw County community by: reducing food waste through the rescue and distribution of perishable and non-perishable food, coordinating with other hunger relief providers, and educating the public about hunger and developing new food resources. Food Gatherers also manages and operates a direct service Community Kitchen located in the Delonis Center in downtown Ann Arbor, a Job Training Program in the food service industry to young people at risk of homelessness, and several other community food programs.
Our vision: A society where no one is hungry or lonely. Our mission: To unite and nourish communities using surplus food. Our aims: Strengthen communities by bringing people together around a healthy meal; Encourage friendships by creating spaces for people from all backgrounds and walks of life to have fun together; Improve nutrition and reduce hunger by cooking healthy meals for those in need; Change attitudes to food by cooking with surplus ingredients and spreading our passion for food and the environment.
Project Open Hand
Project Open Hand mission is to improve health outcomes and quality of life by providing nutritious meals to the sick and vulnerable, connecting and educating our community in San Francisco and Oakland, California.
Food Bank of the Rockies
We help families thrive by efficiently procuring and distributing food and essentials to the hungry through our programs and partner agencies.
We work to relieve hunger in the Detroit metropolitan community by “rescuing" surplus, prepared and perishable food and donating it to emergency food providers. (Meat, dairy, vegetables, fruits, breads, and prepared foods).
Central Texas Food Bank
The mission of the Central Texas Food Bank is to nourish hungry people and lead the community in the fight against hunger.
San Francisco Marin Food Bank
The SF-Marin Food Bank's mission is to end hunger in San Francisco and Marin, where one in four neighbors is at risk of hunger. We envision a community where everyone is able to obtain enough nutritious food in a dignified manner to support the health and well-being of themselves and their families. We address hunger head on: from our pantry network and home-delivered groceries, to our nutrition-education classes and CalFresh (food-stamp) enrollment, we work in many ways to nourish and empower neighbors in need. Every week, 30,000 households count on us for food assistance. Nearly 60 percent of what we distribute is fresh fruits and vegetables. Learn more at www.sfmfoodbank.org.
Second Harvest of Silicon Valley
Lead our community to ensure that anyone who needs a healthy meal can get one.