The SF-Marin Food Bank is a critical link between available food and people in need. We secure food from a variety of sources and distribute it throughout a network of more than 480 human service agencies in San Francisco serving various populations, including children, the homeless, people living with AIDS/HIV, the elderly, and the working poor. We operate several direct-service programs: Brown Bag for low-income seniors, the Emergency Food Box for people in crisis situations, and the Neighborhood Grocery Network for families in need. This year, the SF Food Bank will distribute 45 million pounds of food, or enough to provide 102,000 meals a day.
Mission: Our mission is to end hunger in San Francisco and Marin.
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