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 Independent-Journal Features ExtraFood’s Work July 25, 2018
The Marin Independent-Journal featured ExtraFood today in this article:
Community Spotlight: food-recipientsPeoples Inter-cities Fellowship
This Marin City-based church has become one of the largest recipients of ExtraFood’s food donations. Their first donation was in May of 2016 and their food pantry has grown by leaps and bounds ever since. They now have a grocery bag delivery service, which church volunteers bring to homebound seniors, and their bi-weekly food pantry serves people across Marin City, as well as, the “anchor out” community in Sausalito. Leticia, known for her big smile and hugs and the inability to say “no” to any food donations, is always welcoming to our volunteers. She recently welcomed the new donation from Marin Catholic and hopes for many more!