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.

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Note: ExtraFood's Executive Director job description and application/referral process can be found here.


Thirty-five percent of all food is wasted in the U.S. And, food waste is one of the main causes of the climate crisis: if global food waste were a country, it would rank third in greenhouse gas emissions after the U.S and China. Yet 1 in 5 people in Marin County worry about where their next meal will come from.

ExtraFood’s mission is to help end hunger and wasted food in Marin. Through our county-wide food recovery program, we rescue excess fresh food from Marin’s businesses and schools and immediately deliver the food to safety net partners – such as senior housing centers, homeless shelters & after-school programs – serving Marin’s most vulnerable children, seniors and families. Through our Community Meals program, we work with restaurants and caterers and use their excess capacity to make meals for people in need.

In 8 years, ExtraFood’s staff and volunteers have organized, rescued, and delivered 4,800,000 pounds of food -- 4 million meals -- from 275 organizations to 141 sites throughout the county. ExtraFood, winner of the 2017 Heart of Marin Achievement in Nonprofit Excellence Award, reaches more than 8,000 people with healthy, fresh food. 

ExtraFood is solving hunger differently, leading a movement to transform Marin’s food system – from wasting food to donating it – and increasing equitable access to healthy, fresh food. We are an organization committed to our values, to each other, and to making a difference in our community each day.

ExtraFood is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Position Summary

The Weekend On-Call Coordinator, reporting to the Director of Programs, is responsible for ensuring ExtraFood’s pickup/delivery schedule on Saturday, Sunday and holidays runs smoothly.  You are the primary contact for food donors, nonprofit recipients and volunteers during the daily flow of food pickups and deliveries (“food trips”).  This may include completing a food trip on occasion when a volunteer is not available.  This position is “on-call,” meaning you are available to respond to texts, phone calls and emails from volunteers, food donors and recipient partners, troubleshoot issues occurring during a food trip and make schedule changes as needed.  This job can be done anywhere you have your mobile phone and an internet connection, is part-time, non-exempt, with a five-hour minimum guaranteed each day. 



Required skills/experience include:

Compensation and Benefits

Email cover letter summarizing interest in position and experience, plus resumé to:

Cherie Graham, Deputy Executive Director,

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2017 Award Recipient: Achievement in Nonprofit Excellence

Supported in part by:

Marin Community Foundation County of Marin The San Francisco Foundation