Food Recovery in Marin County: By rescuing excess fresh food from businesses and immediately delivering it to nonprofits serving Marin’s most vulnerable children, adults, and families, we address the critical issues of hunger, wasted food, and climate change.

KPIX-TV Features ExtraFood’s Work with College of Marin

Because so many community college students -- even in Marin -- struggle to make ends meet, College of Marin and ExtraFood launched a "pop-up" food pantry on campus to support students in need.

Founder Marv Zauderer Honored by KPIX-TV with Jefferson Award for Public Service

In this brief segment highlighting Marv's Jefferson Award, KPIX-TV News aired an excellent overview of ExtraFood's work, including our partnership with Nugget Markets and the People's Inter-Cities Fellowship in Marin City.

KTVU-TV Features ExtraFood’s Work with Marin General Hospital and Homeward Bound

KTVU-TV Features ExtraFood’s Work with Marin General Hospital and Homeward Bound

KTVU-TV News rides along with a mother-and-son ExtraFood volunteer team as they pick up a donation from Marin General Hospital and deliver it to Homeward Bound of Marin's New Beginnings shelter. Click here for the video.

Board Member Heidi Krahling Featured for Jefferson Award

KPIX-TV News follows an ExtraFood volunteer from a Planned Giving pickup at one of Heidi's restaurants, Insalata's, to delivering the donation to Warner Creek Senior Housing in Novato. 

An Overview of ExtraFood

This video includes comments from Homeward Bound Executive Director Mary Kay Sweeney and a resident of Warner Creek Senior Housing, one of ExtraFood's recipients.

Documentary on Hunger in Marin

Paul Colardo's 18-minute documentary, Hungry in Paradise, features ExtraFood's work with Fairfax Market and the San Geronimo Valley Community Center.

Supported in part by:

Marin Community Foundation County of Marin The San Francisco Foundation