You read about Safeway’s Bag Summer Hunger campaign in our post on June 1st, and now the campaign has ended and the numbers are in!
Safeway’s Hollister store participated in the grocery chain’s Bag Summer Hunger campaign in a big way. Shoppers were invited to contribute $10 for a variety of […]Continue Reading →
Healthy sources of protein are always welcome at Community FoodBank of San Benito County, so Lucky Stores’ recent peanut butter drive was cause for celebration! Partnering with Jif, shoppers were invited to buy a jar, and to donate a second jar free of charge to the local food bank. At the end of the […]Continue Reading →
Bag Summer Hunger Program at Safeway (Hollister, CA) is running now through June 27. This program is in place to help feed kids while schools are out for summer. Each bag of food will contain pasta and sauce, soup, green beans, macaroni and cheese, applesauce, granola oats bars, peanut butter, oatmeal and canned chicken. […]Continue Reading →
What if you could build a healthier community without spending a dime?
From now through May 30th, you can, because the Hollister Lucky Supermarket joins almost 70 Bay Area Lucky stores in launching its annual “Peanut Butter Roundup” this week.
The Hollister Lucky is partnering with Community FoodBank, and all contributions will help feed […]Continue Reading →
Letter carriers throughout San Benito County collected donations of groceries Saturday, in a very special delivery. Stamp Out Hunger is a national campaign conducted entirely by letter carriers. The food collected in San Benito County all went to Community FoodBank of San Benito, where it will be shared with thousands of your neighbors who […]Continue Reading →
Save the date! Saturday, May 13th is the 25th Annual Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger. All you have to do is leave a bag of non-perishable groceries next to your mailbox. Mail Carriers throughout San Benito County are collecting, and all the groceries will go to help families in need right here in San […]Continue Reading →
It’s as reliable as the appearance of Christmas displays before Thanksgiving. In the first days of the holiday season, colorful barrels begin sprouting all over San Benito County like mushrooms after a spring rain. It’s Community FoodBank’s Holiday Food and Fund Drive.
And it’s become such a reliable harbinger of the season that people […]Continue Reading →
San Benito County and its people lead the way in generosity. If you ever had cause to doubt that, consider this: the Hollister Safeway’s recent participation in a “Feed the Need” campaign brought a record response from the community. Shoppers were asked if they’d like to make a $10 contribution that would provide $30 […]Continue Reading →
Rancho San Justo School students pose after loading the Community FoodBank’s box truck with 2,570 pounds of food they collected for the annual Food and Fund Drive. The campaign continues until New Year’s, so you can join these young people in their effort to help build a better nourished, healthier community.
These students […]Continue Reading →
San Benito County’s Boy and Girl Scouts their annual effort to support Community FoodBank’s Food and Fund Drive on Saturday, Dec. 3, and with the help of all of you, they scored! After distributing leaflets through the week, Scouts combed the community for bags of groceries donors left near their mailboxes, and returned the […]Continue Reading →