SUPPORT EXTRAFOOD’S EFFORTS IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19

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ExtraFood continues to rescue excess fresh food and deliver freshly-prepared meals for the people most in need in Marin County during this crisis.

Thank you for supporting our work to bring food to our community's most vulnerable people 365 days a year.

By rescuing excess fresh food from businesses, securing freshly-made meals, and immediately delivering the food to nonprofits serving Marin’s most vulnerable children, seniors, and families, we address the critical issues of hunger, wasted food & climate change.

Our Impact in Marin

5,141,899

Pounds of food
rescued and delivered

Transforming Marin's food system: from wasting food to donating it

8,000

People served per month

Serving vulnerable children, seniors and families

146

Nonprofit distribution partners served in Marin

Such as after-school programs, senior housing centers, and food pantries

415,712

Pounds of methane prevented from warming the planet

Preventing the equivalent of GHG emissions from 11.8 million miles driven

60,000

Hours donated by 750+ volunteers

Food recovery with the human touch

Together We Can End Hunger and
Food Waste in Marin

In a Marin business or school with fresh food to donate? We’ll pick it up, free!

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Your investment matters to Marin’s vulnerable children, seniors and families.

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In a Marin nonprofit? You can get the food you need, when you need it. Free of charge.

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Choose food trips that are convenient for you. A simple way to make a big difference!

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Community Spotlight

MarinHealth

MarinHealth is one of ExtraFood’s most generous long-term partners. They joined our food donor program in our third week of operation in December 2013, and, starting in February 2014, they’ve been donating their excess food 365 days a year. We’ve…

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Shana and Kat

This week we are highlighting two volunteers who are good friends and just happened to attend the same training session for becoming a volunteer with ExtraFood back in December 2018. Shana and Kat first happened to attend a meeting where…

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Next Generation Scholars

Next Generation Scholars (NGS), based in San Rafael, believes that equal access to higher education for students from low-income families is the key to making positive changes within our community. Once a week, NGS hosts a “mini food bank” serving…

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Marin Community Foundation County of Marin The San Francisco Foundation