We fight hunger in our communities by providing food security to those who need it most. In 2015, more than 180,000 individuals will depend on us to receive a meal.

 

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Hunger is a universal problem. It exists in every community of every country.

 
49,000,000

American Households
According to the USDA, 49 million individuals, including 12 million children, struggle to have enough food to eat.
150,000,000

Meals Missing
Santa Clara County's Hunger Index reports that 150 million meals are still needed for a healthy community.
1/7 CHILDREN

Face Hunger
Food insecurity becomes more dire in the summer months as schools close, as do their food assistance programs.

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Donate
Help us provide nutritious meals for our struggling neighbors.

Volunteer
Lend a hand to make a real impact in fighting hunger in our community.

Let's talk
Do you have special skills or a great idea for us? Drop us a line.
 

There's a New Truck in Town!

Thanks to the generosity of Second Harvest Food Bank and the Richard and Lynette DiNapoli Family, Loaves & Fishes received an innovative temperature controlled food delivery truck. This truck will be a “game changer” for Loaves & Fishes.  The truck has a built-in oven that can carry up to 50 hotel pans of hot food such as chicken, side vegetables and rice, as well as a built in cooler for salads, juice and milk. That’s the equivalent of fitting 1,500 meals in one delivery truck!  

Thanks to Second Harvest Food Bank and the Richard and Lynette DiNapoli Family, Loaves & Fishes will be able to provide at least 180,000 meals a year to those in the most needed geographies.

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