Second Harvest Food Bank
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Make a difference in your community with these great ways to give back during the holiday season.
Although Wednesday’s official Turkey Tally is showing progress at 6,402 collected turkeys, officials at the Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties admit they are far from their goal of receiving 12,000 turkeys in just over a week.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo counties has kicked off its holiday food drive. This year, Silicon Valley’s tech community is playing a role in helping feed the hungry.
The Second Harvest Food Bank in Silicon Valley is hoping for a belated Christmas present from the community. According to their CEO, this is the first year they came up short in their holiday fundraising campaign,
The holidays are a great time to remember those less fortunate. Whether helping to feed a family that can’t afford a Christmas feast or donating toys to children who would otherwise go without, there are numerous ways to give back in the South Bay.
Liam Mayclem shines light on Second Harvest Food Bank and Sunnyvale Community Services, showing how they are helping so many this holiday season. We will also take you behind the scenes at two Bay Area based global corporate headquarters where employees are making it their mission to give back in a big way to those in need.
One anonymous person donated $3,000 worth of turkeys to help Sacred Heart Community Service feed needy families.
Second Harvest Food Bank, which serves Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties, is scrambling to collect enough turkeys to feed hungry families this Thanksgiving.
A holiday food drive with a lofty fundraising goal got under way in the South Bay Thursday morning. This year’s goal is to raise $12.4 million and distribute 2 million pounds of food, organizers said.