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 941,928 pounds of food to 84 sites serving thousands and we've started 15 new food programs with our partners across Marin County.

updated February 20, 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!


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

Receive Food

Community Spotlight

Andy’s Local Market

Andy’s has two San Rafael locations, Andy’s Sun Valley Market and another store out on Pt. San Pedro Road. They’re a locally-owned company with quality food, great prices, and a commitment to community-based programs and activities. Each Friday we pick up their donations from their Sun Valley store and deliver them to our partners in Marin City. Their donations are abundant with dairy, packaged goods, deli items and more. We love their staff—a pleasure to work with!

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Renee T.

Renee joined ExtraFood 6 months ago and she almost immediately signed up to “own” the regular Andy’s Local Market to Marin City food trip each Friday. She’s a working mom so it’s amazing that she still finds time to volunteer for us. Renee has already delivered 5500 pounds of food for those in need!

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Sunny Hills Service’s Marin Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Program

Sunny Hills’ TAY program is a community-based mental health and substance abuse program whose services include intensive case management, education, employment and medication support for youth ages 16-25. There is also a drop-in center to help with social and independent living skills. We’re delighted to be supporting their program with deliveries of healthy fresh food!

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Supported in part by:

Marin Community Foundation County of Marin The San Francisco Foundation