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We live in an Eden of vibrantly fresh, healthy food, but still, many San Benito County families lack access to the most basic of human needs: access to nutrition. Together, we can change that! Right now, Community FoodBank and Pat’s Place is accepting applications for a limited […]Continue Reading →
A crew of volunteers from Pacific Scientific dropped in last week to pitch in as volunteers at Community FoodBank, and did they ever volunteer! In just a couple hours, they packed 2,040 kids’ backpack bags, shattering the previous record held by the volunteer crew from a certain bank that shall not […]Continue Reading →
Volunteers continue to pack groceries even as construction continues at Community FoodBank. If you are interested in volunteering, call 831-637-0340.
We offer many diverse ways to become part of our dedicated team: bag building, kids’ backpack program and/or USDA monthly distribution, pick up bread donations at local grocers, deliver food to individual homes and/or […]Continue Reading →
Each Wednesday morning students from the Life Skills class at San Benito High School volunteer at Community FoodBank. It was a quiet morning as two school vans pulled into the parking lot and soon after the smiling faces of students, eager to work, emerged. Quickly they went on with their assigned tasks, but not […]Continue Reading →
Watch and listen as the San Benito County Chamber ambassadors fill backpack food bags for local students at FoodBank! The Chamber has put out a challenge to other businesses to volunteer and try to beat their number of filling 770 bags.
Posted by San-Benito […]Continue Reading →
One of our newest and most enthusiastic volunteers is Teresa. She volunteers at Community FoodBank every Wednesday and Friday.
Why Teresa volunteers at Community FoodBank:
“The people that work here are very friendly and nice, I also enjoy listening to all the different recipes the customers make with the vegetables and food they receive […]Continue Reading →
Mr. Green helps distribute food every Thursday and Friday.
Why Mr. Green volunteers at Community Food Bank:
“I enjoy being able to help people. I’ve met many thankful people who are very grateful to the pantry for the food that they’re receiving. Many express that to me when I make my weekly deliveries. I […]Continue Reading →
Gwen has helped distribute food at Community Food Bank every Friday for a couple months.
Why Gwen volunteers at Community Food Bank: “Six months ago I came to donate 60 pounds of lemons from my tree, and the people here were great so I stuck around to volunteer!”
You can volunteer too! Just call […]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 →