Starbucks To Donate Unsold Food From U.S. StoresStarbucks will start donating their unsold food, the coffee chain announced Tuesday.
Food Bank Of Contra Costa And Solano Counties Celebrates 40 Years Of NourishmentTo honor 40 years of nourishing our community, the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano County held a black-tie Gala this past Saturday.
KCBS Cover Story: East Bay Community Garden Helps Fight HungerAll the produce from the Bounty Garden goes to local food banks, which are facing shortages of vegetables.
Community Corner: Feeding AIDS Patients From Sonoma To AfricaA local Bay Area nonprofit, dedicated to serving those affected with AIDS, is raising funds to help AIDS orphans in Africa.
Jefferson Awards: SF Rabbi Inspires Congregation To Fight HungerA San Francisco rabbi has changed a century-old tradition and as a result, countless families have food on their tables.
San Francisco’s St. Anthony Foundation Reaches Service MilestoneSt. Anthony's dining hall opened in San Francisco 60 years ago, and it is now marking its 37 millionth meal served. The milestone comes as the charity is seeing a significant increase in the needs for its services.
High Gas Prices Hit South Bay Food Banks Hard With gas hitting $4.50 a gallon, it’s a huge additional expense for Bay Area food banks, said Tami Cardenas with the Second Harvest Food Bank in San Jose.
Broadway 'Stomp' Cast Drums Up Donations For Santa Clara Food BankThe cast of the Broadway hit show 'Stomp' has partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank to Stomp Out Hunger.
East Bay Food Bank Reminds Donors Hunger Is Not SeasonalThe end of the holidays doesn’t change a thing for people in need, and the lines at the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano County prove it, said executive director Larry Sly.
34,400 Pounds Of Chicken Donated To San Francisco Food BankMore than 34,000 pounds of chicken were delivered to the San Francisco Food Bank this morning to help feed hungry families in the city, according to the organization.
More Bay Area Residents Living in PovertyThe recession may officially be over, but the latest data from the Census Bureau shows the number of people in the Bay Area living in poverty continues to grow.
Grant Money a Big Help to Silicon Valley Food Bank