Donate Stocks Securities & Mutual Funds
Donations of stock can be made by utilizing our free online resource or by contacting your broker and requesting that the desired number of shares be transferred electronically to Second Harvests account.
Our online stock giving resource makes it simple to get started. You can learn more about your potential tax savings, access our Depository Trust Company information and complete the necessary paperwork online to support Second Harvest and our hunger relief efforts with a gift of stock. Learn more and access our transfer information here.
After School Andsummer Mealsfor Kids
Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County provides Kids Cafes with healthy after school and summer meals.
You DO NOT need to be a member of the after school or summer program in order to receive the Kids Cafe meal. Any child 18 and under can receive a Kids Cafe meal.
FOR MEAL DISTRIBUTION LOCATIONS
Calfresh Assistance & P
The CalFresh program or SNAP , helps food-insecure individuals and families put food on their tables. CalFresh benefits alleviate financial stress and increase access to healthy food.
You may also book your own appointment with 211 by
A CalFresh guide for immigrants with answers to common questions can be found
PANDEMIC EBT: The pandemic has made it harder to feed the whole family. Pandemic EBT is a federal program that gives eligible families food benefits to replace meals lost at child care or school because of the pandemic. More information on P-EBT, including the new P-EBT 3.0 program, can be found by .
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Second Harvest Food Bank Of Orange County Inc
- EIN: 32-0362611
- Food Banks, Food Pantries
- Nonprofit Tax Code Designation: 501 Defined as: Organizations for any of the following purposes: religious, educational, charitable, scientific, literary, testing for public safety, fostering national or international amateur sports competition , or the prevention of cruelty to children or animals.
- Donations to this organization are tax deductible.
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Restaurants & Food Service Rescue Program
We can deliver your unsold prepared and perishable food or event leftovers directly to our smaller community partners. We provide donation records for your tax purposes.
Our current restaurant partners include Disneyland and Orange County School Districts.
For more information, please contact us at .
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Second Harvest Food Bank Of Orange County
Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County, in Orange County, CA, collects food and distributes it to more than 400 local member charities. The Mazda Foundations funding helps alleviate hunger and malnutrition among the elderly and children living in poverty via purchases of food, support for the organizations mobile food pantry, and support of warehouse logistics. Several Irvine-based Mazda employees volunteer their time at Second Harvest.
#membermonday: Second Harvest Food Bank Of Orange County
On Thursday, November 18, Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County celebrated its first harvest of cabbage. Located in Irvine near the food banks offices and distribution center, the 45-acre Harvest Solutions Farm is a collaboration with Solutions for Urban Agriculture and the University of California South Coast Research and Extension Center. Solutions for Urban Agriculture is led by former Secretary of the California Department of Food and Agriculture, A.G. Kawamura.
Approximately 26,000 baby cabbage transplants were first planted in September.
Cabbage is an optimal vegetable crop for farming in Orange County as it can be grown year-round. It is packed with nutrition and can be used in many recipes across various cultures, making it an ideal staple in households.
Growing food locally drastically cuts time to the dinner plate and delivers more health benefits because the produce is fresher when it reaches the community. The Farm also allows Second Harvest to mitigate challenges like pandemic-induced inflated food prices and supply chain disruptions, as well as limited harvests elsewhere.
Because its so close, the farm reduces environmental impact by greatly reducing the number of miles trucks drive to deliver ultra-fresh produce to Second Harvests distribution center. It also hearkens to Orange Countys agricultural roots!
All information, photos, and quotes courtesy Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Second Harvest Food Bank Of Orange County
What forms of payment are accepted?
Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County accepts credit cards.
How is Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County rated?
Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County has 3.5 stars.
What days are Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County open?
Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County is open Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri.
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What We Aim To Solve
The mission of Second Harvest Food Bank is to end hunger in Orange County.Food insecurity is surprisingly prevalent in every city in Orange County. In the past year we have served an average of 414,000 food-insecure people per month and distributed 59.2 million pounds of food – double our pre-COVID distributions.
Getting To Second Harvest
Second Harvest Food Bank is located near the Great Park in Irvine on Marine Way near Sand Canyon Road. The food bank is not open to the public at this time. If you have an appointment with a staff member, please use the map and directions provided here as your GPS may give faulty directions.
Map and directions to Second Harvest Food Bank
PLEASE NOTE: The food bank can no longer accept individual food donations at our distribution center. For those wishing to donate food, please to find a food pantry near you that will accept your donation.
Map and directions to the Harvest Solutions Farm
Second Harvest Food Banks Harvest Solutions Farm is located in Irvine, just a few miles from the food bank.
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How To Find Food Now
We partner with other Orange County nonprofits by providing them with food so they can give you the help you need, when you need it most.
For food assistance locations and free CalFresh application help:
2-1-1 of Orange County will pick up the phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and can assist callers in multiple languages.
*Please note: Second Harvest Food Bank does not distribute food to individuals at its Irvine location. You must go to a food pantry to receive food. Call 211 for help or to find a food distribution near you.
How We Listen
Seeking feedback from people served makes programs more responsive and effective. Heres how this organization is listening.
Who are the people you serve with your mission?
We serve individuals and families who are experiencing food-insecurity. This includes low-income individuals, children, working poor-families, and seniors on fixed incomes.
How is your organization collecting feedback from the people you serve?
Focus groups or interviews ,
How is your organization using feedback from the people you serve?
To inform the development of new programs/projects, To understand people’s needs and how we can help them achieve their goals,
With whom is the organization sharing feedback?
Our staff, Our board, Our funders,
Which of the following feedback practices does your organization routinely carry out?
We take steps to ensure people feel comfortable being honest with us,
What challenges does the organization face when collecting feedback?
It is difficult to get the people we serve to respond to requests for feedback,
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