Food Recovery in Marin County: We pick up excess fresh food from businesses & organizations and immediately deliver it to nonprofits serving Marin’s most vulnerable children, adults, and families.

We've delivered more than 1,298,530 pounds of food to 92 sites serving thousands and we've started 21 new food programs with our partners across Marin County.

updated August 21, 2017

You can help. We make it easy!

In a Marin organization with fresh food to donate? We’ll pick it up! Just click, email, or call.

Donate Food

Choose food trips that are convenient for you. A simple way to make a big difference!

Volunteer

In a Marin nonprofit? You can get the food you need, when you need it. Free of charge.

Receive Food

Community Spotlight

Guide Dogs for the Blind

An industry-leading guide dog school, San Rafael’s Guide Dogs for the Blind prepares highly qualified guide dogs to serve and empower individuals who are blind or have low vision throughout the United States and Canada. All of their services for their clients are provided free of charge. We are so grateful for the donations of extra produce, dairy, and prepared foods they provide whenever they have them.

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Robin D.

Robin joined the ExtraFood volunteer team this summer and is already making a big impact. In addition to jumping in on weekly food trips, she was among the amazing group of volunteers that helped sort and deliver Safeway Community Market’s 3 ton donation last week. She is also generously volunteering her organizational skills in the ExtraFood office. Lucky us!

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The Hilarita Ecumenical Association

The Hilarita provides affordable housing for low-income families and the elderly in Tiburon. We are proud to support their residents with weekly produce, dairy and bakery donations from our friends at Nugget Markets in Corte Madera.

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Marin Community Foundation County of Marin The San Francisco Foundation