There’s a lot more to chowder than clams, and this quick vegetarian recipe showcases a nutritional powerhouse — broccoli — in a bowl of chowder. There’s a lot of broccoli in the Community FoodBank coolers right now, and it’s headed out the doors Friday and Saturday.
Remember, pantry hours are now 9:30-12:30 every Friday […]Continue Reading →
Every Day is Thanksgiving Day at the Food Bank
Every day we are thankful for our generous supporters
who donate produce, groceries, supplies, and money
to keep our programs operating all year long.
Every day we are thankful for our faithful volunteers
who freely give their time and energy
to […]Continue Reading →
Too good to miss!
Can you afford to miss this opportunity? Pat’s Place just received a donation of nine large boxes of trading cards. Many of these are vintage cards, and at 10 a.m. Wednesday, September 14th, they went on sale for just $9.99 per box. You might land a valuable gem or two. […]Continue Reading →
September is Hunger Action Month.
Hunger exists in every county in the U.S., affecting 48 million Americans including 15 million children. Community Food Bank of San Benito County is a partner with the Feeding America nationwide network of food banks that believes that hunger IS solvable and we’re leading the fight to end […]
Elena Olsvold of the San Benito County Health Department shares samples of mango salad with customers at Community Food Bank Friday, August 26th. She drops in from time to time with creative ideas for healthy eating and free cookbooks as well. What a healthy partnership!Continue Reading →
Kathy pitches in every Thursday at our San Juan Bautista store. Located in the Plaza Market building at 201 Third St., the store contains a thrift shop as well as a value grocery market. More than 130 bags of groceries head out the door each week.
Why Kathy volunteers at Community Food Bank:
“I […]Continue Reading →
There is an oldsaying: “You can’t really understand another person’s experience until you’ve walked a mile in their
shoes.” San Benito County’s Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event Saturday, April 9, asks men to literally walk one mile in women’s high-heeled shoes. It’s not easy walking in these shoes, but it’s fun and it […]
There’s definitely a family thread weaving its way through Patricia Jacquez’s life.
She grew up in the hamlet of Aromas, where here parents owned and operated the Firehouse Market. As kids, Patricia and her brother naturally spent a lot of time around the market, pitching in just like countless other youngsters growing up around […]Continue Reading →
It is that time of year – the Hollister Farmer’s Market is back downtown providing us with fresh and healthy foods, kids are itching to be out of school and they will be in the next few weeks, and the sun is teasing us with summer with her appearance every now and again. Along with these great […]Continue Reading →
Each week the Community Food Bank of SBC organizes and distributes bags of nutritious food for our members and once a month we are able to do an additional distribution with foods that we receive from the USDA. This distribution is in addition to our regular weekly distributions and anyone who meets the USDA guidelines […]Continue Reading →