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.
Marin County Food Resource Update February 25, 2015
Community Spotlight: food-recipientsCollege of Marin
Recognizing that people can’t learn if they’re hungry, the College of Marin (COM) set up a “pop-up food pantry” for food-insecure students on their Kentfield campus in partnership with ExtraFood. This program is one of 15 new food programs that ExtraFood has set up with our partners across Marin. We deliver fresh produce and bakery goods to COM every week and we’re delighted to be supporting their incredible work and hard-working students!