- 91¢ of every dollar donated provides food and shelter for Pacificans struggling to make ends meet.Pacifica Resource Center1809 Palmetto Ave.
Pacifica, CA 94044
650-359-2053 faxHours:Mon:8:30 am - 5:30 pmTue:8:30 am - 5:30 pmWed:8:30 am - 7:30 pmThu:8:30 am - 5:30 pmFri:8:30 am - 1:30 pmClosed 12:30-1:30 pm Mon-Thu
Category Archives: Family Harvest
Over 50 families shopped at the American Legion Hall today for our monthly Family Harvest. And…even though summer is over, we still had watermelons, plums, and kiwis. We also gave out spaghetti squash, bell peppers, broccoli, and dried figs, as well as eggs, bread, pasta, canned fruits and vegetables, and peanut butter. L to R: Wayne Boykin, Al Hale, Don Nelson, Pete Krenir, Vern Alonso, and Toby Fall. Every month, … Continue reading
It was a beautiful sunny afternoon yesterday. It made the case of smoothies we had available for each family that much more delicious. Summer time makes us want to spend more time outside. Hot dogs and summer are a perfect duo. We also had ground turkey and smoked turkey this month. Sour cream was one of the most popular items this month. We also had eggs, dried pasta, and lots … Continue reading
9,600 pounds of food is a lot of food. Watching the big truck from Second Harvest arrive each month is magical. Food is packed on pallets and is moved off of truck with a fork lift. Seeing so much food in one place reminds everyone present how many of our neighbors need our assistance. Food is sorted by type (i.e., produce, canned goods, bread, etc.) and arranged for the event. … Continue reading
The Pacifica Resource Center’s Family Harvest provides free groceries to low-income Pacifica families with children under the age of 18; all food comes from the Second Harvest Food Bank. Each family in the program receives approximately 100-120 pounds of food. The food includes items such as fresh fruit and vegetables, poultry, eggs, bread, pasta, and an assortment of canned, packaged, and frozen items (see sample picture above). Families must pre-register … Continue reading