Help With Bills And Other Expensesayuda Con Facturas Y Otros Gastos
are a mutual aid space where people take responsibility for caring for one another by redistributing resources. Fridges are set up and run by the people, for the people, and they serve as a solution for both food insecurity and food waste. Free food for all. No questions asked. Take what you need, leave what you dont!
Locations: 26 Medway Rd, San Rafael, CA 22 Frances St, San Rafael, CA 170 N San Pedro Rd, San Rafael, CA 867 Grant Avenue, Novato, CA 215 Shoreline Hwy, Mill Valley, CA
Multicultural Center of Marin Food DistributionIn partnership with the San Francisco / Marin Food Bank, we distribute fresh produce, protein, and shelf-stable items for anyone in need.Come visit us every Saturday, ~ 8:30 am 10:00 am3240 Kerner Blvd.
Kerner Transitional Pop-up Pantry 2550 Kerner Blvd. San Rafael 94901Note this is the section of Kerner down by Target and Home Depot, not on the Loop section.Saturdays, 10 AM 2 PMAccessible EntranceNo sign-up or ID required for this location.
Fairfax Food Pantry
Pick up meals at site closest to your homeLine up 6ft. from othersFood MUST BE eaten offsiteWash hands after picking up foodPlease stay home if you are feeling sick
Home deliver meals for frail, homebound, non-driving adults 60+Call 415-457-INFOOngoing, not emergency, meal delivery serviceWhistlestop- ~7 meals per weekCall 415-456-9062 ext. 176
Wed. 10:30am-11:30am Call CSD at 332-1441Marin City Senior CenterMon. 10:00am11:00am Call 415-332-1441
Volunteer With The Sf
Open six days a week / hours and locations are flexible
- Volunteer at a Pop-up Pantry To support those who no longer have access to food, the Food Bank is opening a number of pop-up pantries.
- Volunteer in the Warehouse Shifts are offered at our warehouses in San Rafael and San Francisco. Currently we are packing senior boxes and building grocery bags for home delivery.
- Bilingual Support Help us reaching everyone in need of food assistance.
- Deliver Fresh Groceries Load up your car and bring groceries on a weekly basis to homebound recipients.
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Its not often that a tech company and a nonprofit have goals that are so closely aligned.
Afresh Technologies, Inc., is a San Francisco-based software publisher whose use of artificial intelligence enables grocery retailers to meet customers demand for produce.
Similarly, the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is trying to satisfy the basic human need for nourishment, despite a dearth of volunteers to deliver the goods.
So it made sense that Afresh teamed up with the food bank and in November began offering its employees to work on the front lines handing out free staples to hungry families.
Its not peanut butter and baking mix, said Afreshs marketing coordinator Katherine Harris of the bounty, most of which is fresh produce. Its high-quality fresh vegetables and proteins. There are kiwis, oranges, celery and a lot of bananas its beautiful like really healthy, nourishing food.
The groceries also include basics such as rice, potatoes, chicken, tuna and eggs, ingredients that appeal to cultures as diverse as the languages needed to communicate with the families that flock to the giveaways Russian, Tagalog and Korean as well as Cantonese and Spanish, said Cody Jang, associate director of community engagement at San Francisco-Marin Food Bank.
And then theres the broken link in the supply chain.
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