Here’s where you’ll find links to all the stories about our work feeding those in need in OC.
O.C. food banks get first daily deliveries from USDA coronavirus program
Meeting essential needs in the age of coronavirus
Great Park Ice will help Second Harvest food bank with storage needs
List of Los Angeles, Southern California food banks, pantries during coronavirus crisis
Coronavirus crisis in Southern California: How you can help amid COVID-19 pandemic
Irvine Teen Uses Watercolors to Raise Money for Food Donations
The increasing demands upon food banks
Herrmann: Feeding People, Fueling Hope, Inspiring Humanity
Status Update: L.A. Chargers donate $100,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank
Coronavirus reduced its workforce and supplies O.C. food bank finds a way to help
Facing Food Insecurity on the Front Lines
How to help local food banks get needed supplies during the coronavirus pandemic
Coronavirus: Cars line up bumper-to-bumper for food bank in Anaheim.
Anaheim Food Giveaway Serves 4,000 at Honda Center.
Honda Center turns into drive-thru food distribution center for those in need.
Coronavirus won’t stop food providers from helping seniors, others who are hungry.
Disneyland will donate excess food following coronavirus closure
JWA food pantry started during government shutdown is staying open for federal workers ‘until we are told we aren’t needed anymore’
Pop-up food pantry at John Wayne Airport helps TSA workers during government shutdown
Government shutdown: the next “natural” disaster?
Pop-Up Food Pantry At John Wayne Airport Offers Relief For Furloughed TSA Workers
Murdered OC Student Blaze Bernstein Honored With Day Of Service
The fight hunger in Orange County
Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County Receives $275,000 Grant from Dhont Family Foundation
Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County Receives $100,000 grant from Ueberroth Family Foundation
Chargers running back Melvin Gordon wants to end hunger in Orange County
Second Harvest’s “No Lunch” raises $137,000 for meals
Mobile Pantry Keeps Food on the Table for Low Income Families
Dinner: the one thing that is not a partisan issue
NBC, “Help 4 the Hungry”
NBC radio, “Help 4 the Hungry”
Second Harvest Food Bank Welcomes New Interim Chief Executive Officer
Proposed SNAP Changes Could Devastate the Food Insecure and Our Ability to Feed Them. California Health Report
Food bank unveils 1st-of-its-kind mobile market to help low-income seniors. ABC
Park-It Market, Free Nutritious Foods for Seniors. KTLA
Second Harvest Food Bank unveils its Park-It Market, a mobile food source. OC Register
Park-It Market will provide free food to low-income seniors throughout Orange County. LA Times
KFI radio report for Park-It Market launch
ABC7 Park-It Market launch report
Orange County Business Journal honors Second Harvest CEO Nicole Suydam as one of five 2018 Women of the Year.
Most Influential 2017: Meet the top 100 influencers in Orange County. OC Register
Second Harvest Food Bank supporters provide more than 590,000 meals for hungry at annual “No Lunch” Lunch.
Ralph’s Announces grand reopening of remodeled Portola Plaza supermarket; will donated $40,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank
La Colonia neighborhood near Anaheim gets food pantry to help feed those in need. OC Register
Sharing your bounty with vulnerable families by Nicole Suydam & Mark Lowry OC Register
Rewards gained from volunteering trump the turkey every time. OC Register
Grocery Outlet opens in Lake Forest. Donates $1,000 in Grocery Outlet gift cards to Second Harvest to feed the hungry. OC Register
Mobile school pantry delivers free fruits and vegetables to 30 O.C. schools. Daily Pilot/LA Times
In Good Works: Arnel & Affiliates partners with Second Harvest and Share Ourselves to feed 561 people. OC Register
More colleges add free food pantries as “starving student”cliche becomes reality. Second Harvest helps college students who are going hungry. OC Register
No one should go hungry in Orange County by Nicole Suydam & Mark Lowry: Hunger Action Month op-ed for OC Register.
A food pantry in Santa Ana aims to fight hunger while offering measures of compassion and respect. OC Register
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