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Help us serve over 400,000 food insecure neighbors in need in Orange County each month.

Give Monthly

Pledge weekly, monthly or yearly and become a Community Circle member to help us ensure that families, children and seniors don’t go without the food they need.

Give Food*

In addition to financial gifts, we and our partner network welcome gifts of food from individuals, food drives and food manufacturers.


There are many more ways to get involved and help Second Harvest ensure all are well fed in OC.

For any questions about giving to Second Harvest Food Bank, please contact us at 949-653-2900 or


If you would like to make a donation by check, please make it payable to Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County and mail it to:

Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County
Attn: Development Department
8014 Marine Way
Irvine, CA 92618


We will provide an Annual Statement that lists your charitable gift(s) from the prior year for your records by the end of February. If you would like a gift receipt before then, please email us at and we would be happy to provide one.


Second Harvest would love to collaborate with your corporate team! For more information, click here. Contact Tammy Tu, Corporate Partnerships Associate, by phone 949-208-3196 or email with any questions.


Interested in hosting a fundraiser (i.e. donating a portion of the sale or proceeds) to benefit Second Harvest? Click here for the guidelines and application. Please complete the document and send it to with a brief description of your event. A team member will reply to your inquiry within 3-5 business days with additional questions or approval. Use of the Second Harvest logo for your promotion requires an additional logo license agreement. Please email with any questions.


You can help end hunger through your company’s workplace giving program and if your company has a matching gift program, you can double your impact.

Matching Gift and Volunteer Grant information provided by
Powered by Double the Donation

For more information on how to donate through workplace giving, click here.


Second Harvest now accepts crypto! Donating cryptocurrency is a non-taxable event, meaning you do not owe capital gains tax on the appreciated amount and can deduct it on your taxes. This makes Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency donations one of the most tax-efficient ways to support Second Harvest.

To donate cryptocurrency now, click here.


Planning for the future and creating the legacy you wish to leave is one of the most effective ways to ensure a lasting impact. Making a gift in your will or living trust, known as a bequest (or naming Second Harvest as a beneficiary of a retirement or savings account, life insurance policy, or charitable trust) can guarantee that your legacy endures. Your gift may be a specific dollar amount, a percentage of your estate or the remainder after all other provisions are specified.

Our federal tax ID number is: 32-0362611

Below is suggested verbiage to use when drafting your bequest.

For a gift that allows Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County to determine how to use the funds based on the most pressing needs, consider using the following language for your will and/or trust:


“I give to Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County, a nonprofit corporation currently located at 8014 Marine Way, Irvine, CA 92618-2235, or its successor thereto, _________ [insert written amount or percentage of the estate or description of property] for its unrestricted charitable use and purpose."

If you have named Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County in your will or trust, please let us know by completing the Daniel J. Harney Legacy Society form (click HERE). Daniel J. Harney, founder of Second Harvest Food Bank, was a pioneer for change and left a legacy of hunger relief in Orange County. Harney established Society of St. Vincent de Paul in 1978, later known as Second Harvest Food Bank, stewarding the community around him to help create a positive impact. Second Harvest established the Daniel J. Harney Legacy Society to keep his generous spirit alive by encouraging supporters to support the Food Bank through planned giving. If you prefer to remain anonymous, we will keep your name and commitment in strict confidence.

Please contact Christine Montevideo, Major Gifts Officer, at (949) 208-3150 or for questions and interest.


Donations of stock can be made by contacting your broker, providing Second Harvest’s stock brokerage account information (see below), and requesting that the desired number of shares be transferred electronically to Second Harvest’s account

Name of SHFB brokerage: Morgan Stanley
DTC number:  0015 Morgan Stanley
Account number: 242-092645-049
Name on the account: Second Harvest • Food Bank of Orange County
SHFB brokerage address: 2677 N. Main Street, Suite 1000, Santa Ana, CA 92705
Brokerage contact name: John Privitelli
Brokerage contact phone number: 714-648-3410
SHFB contact who works with Morgan Stanley brokerage: Joyce Foley, CFO
SHFB Federal Tax ID #: 32-0362611

If you have any questions you may contact Stephanie Harrington, Donor Relations & Special Events Associate, at (949) 523-1621 or

Benefits of donating stock:

  1. Avoid capital gains tax – Gifting stock can help you avoid paying federal capital gains tax, and most donors can also claim an income tax deduction for the stock’s full market value.
  2. Make a bigger impact – When you give appreciated stock directly to Second Harvest, your gift can be up to 20% larger because you avoid the taxes you would incur from selling and donating the cash. This means more money going to support our neighbors in need.


Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCDs), also known as IRA Charitable Rollovers, are the savviest way for individuals aged 70 ½ or older to use their IRAs to maximize their charitable impact.

Contact your financial adviser to discuss making a QCD to Second Harvest Food Bank.

Why QCDs might be for you

Making a QCD from your IRA can be a great option to lower your income taxes while doing good for others. If you are subject to required minimum distributions (RMDs) (as of 1/1/2023, the age to start taking RMDs increased from age 72 to age 73, with the exception of donors who turned 72 before January 1, 2023), QCDs count toward your RMD (currently up to $105,000), effectively lower your adjusted gross income, and can bring about important tax benefits.

What is a Qualified Charitable Distribution?

When individuals take a distribution from their IRAs, it usually counts as income for tax purposes. QCDs, also called IRA Charitable Rollovers, are an exception. Individuals 70½ years of age or older can distribute up to $105,000 each year* from their IRAs to their favorite qualifying 501(c)(3) organizations without the distribution counting as income.

Please go to the IRS website for additional useful information on QCDs.

* The amount that donors can give to charity via QCD will increase by a percentage in 2025 to account for inflation.

What is a Required Minimum Distribution?

The Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) is the smallest amount eligible individuals must distribute from their traditional IRA each year. The penalty for missing an RMD is 25% of the amount that was supposed to have been distributed.

If you’re 70 ½  or older but you don’t have an RMD yet, you can still make a QCD. Doing so can lower your adjusted gross income and effectively reduce your income taxes.

To learn more, feel free to check out the IRS website for additional useful information on RMDs.


Honorary gifts are a great way pay tribute to those you love. Your donation will ensure that children won’t go to bed hungry and seniors won’t have to choose between food and medication.

You can make a gift that gives back in the name of a loved one. Honorary gifts celebrate birthdays, anniversaries or the memory of loved ones. Please contact Christine Montevideo, Senior Development Manager: Call 949-208-3150 or email to find out more.


Second Harvest welcomes donations of equipment or services that will help us feed the hungry. There are many opportunities to give your talents as a professional or to donate gently-used equipment such as refrigerated trucks. For a current list of opportunities, please email


Donate to Second Harvest Food Bank just by doing your regular shopping! Many retailers have programs that help you give back to your favorite nonprofit.

  • WALMART: Did you know that every time you shop on, you can round up your change and donate it to SECOND HARVEST FOOD BANK OF ORANGE COUNTY INC? Click HERE to learn how small acts can lead to big impact at #WalmartSparkGood.

Food Drives


Virtual Food Drives are one of the best ways you or your company can make a difference in this challenging time. Join us in our mission to provide food and nutritional security for all in OC! Click here to read more, or set up your individual or corporate Virtual Food Drive here.


Many of our partners and pantries will accept your individual food donations or those from food drives. Please click here to find a location near you. Please note that Second Harvest no longer accepts these donations directly so that we can focus on providing the highest levels of food nutrition and quality for those we serve, as well as processing bulk pallet and truckloads of food from local and national commercial manufacturers and distributors that meet the current high volume of need.


Donated food from manufacturers, retailers, distributors, farmers, packers and others helps us feed hundreds of thousands of people every month. Click here to learn more.


Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Second Harvest Food Bank! We are grateful to have a tremendous community working alongside us to ensure all are well fed in Orange County. On behalf of our team here at Second Harvest as well as those we serve, thank you!

Second Harvest encourages all to volunteer who meet age requirements. We currently offer volunteer opportunities for ages 7 and older with a chaperone at Harvest Solutions Farm and ages 13 and older with a chaperone in our Distribution Center.

Please continue scrolling for details about our volunteer program and to find an opportunity that works best for you.

We appreciate your consideration of donating your time to help us fulfill our mission. If you or your team would like to support Second Harvest even further with a cash donation, please click HERE.

ADULT VOLUNTEERS (Ages 18+ and not volunteering with a minor or group)

Please continue scrolling for details about our volunteer program and to find an opportunity that works best for you.


Current age requirements are as follows:

  • Volunteer opportunities for kids:

    Ages 7-12 with chaperone*: Come volunteer at Harvest Solutions Farm or Founders Farm. Registrations for kids require confirmation from our Volunteer team. Please click on the request form below.

  • Volunteer opportunities for teens:

    Ages 13-17 with chaperone*: Come volunteer at Harvest Solutions Farm, Founders Farm or in our Distribution Center.

*Chaperone Requirements: Chaperones must be 21 or older and must participate for the entire event. For youth groups, please check the individual event details on the registration page for the chaperone ratio requirements.


Group volunteer opportunities are based on availability per shift at the time of the request. (For groups of 2-9 people, please register as individuals. If your group includes children, please submit the Volunteer Request Form For 7-12 Year Olds). All volunteer opportunities are filled on a first come, first served basis. Group volunteer requests must be for regularly-scheduled volunteer shifts in either our Distribution Center, at Harvest Solutions Farm or at Founders Farm.

Prior to submitting your group volunteer reservation request, please check the volunteer shift calendar to ensure enough volunteer spots are available to accommodate your entire group.


Come volunteer with us at our Distribution Center in Irvine! Volunteer shifts include Distribution Center Volunteering and Park-It Market 2 – Truck Loading.

Distribution Center Volunteering shifts involve participants processing nutritious fruits and vegetables to be distributed to our community Partner Network.

Park-It Market 2 – Truck Loading shifts involve loading Park-It Market 2, our mobile market, with items such as fresh produce, non-perishable goods and other supplies needed for the distribution.

These volunteer opportunities are open to volunteers ages 13 and older with an adult chaperone. Distribution Center shifts are Monday through Friday.

Click here for an inside look at a Distribution Center volunteer shift.


Join us as we plant, harvest, weed and maintain the fields of Harvest Solutions Farm and the grow boxes at Founders Farm, both located just down the road from the Food Bank in Irvine. These are outdoor opportunities.

Volunteer shifts for our Farm Programs currently welcome volunteers ages 7 and older with an adult chaperone.

Harvest Solutions Farm shifts are Tuesday through Saturday and can accommodate groups of up to 70 people. Founders Farm shifts are Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Click here to experience the launch and vision of Harvest Solutions Farm.



Second Harvest Food Bank offers select volunteer opportunities throughout the year for Food Bank events (such as the Walk to Feed OC), community events and industry events (such as conventions and other food expos). Please click the button below to view and register for currently-scheduled special event volunteer opportunities.


All individuals requiring court-ordered community service hours must be referred through OneOC. Second Harvest cannot sign off on hours without referral from OneOC. For more information, please visit OneOC’s Website.

For questions about volunteering, please contact our Volunteer Team at
*Please note for school service hours: We verify volunteer hours on the day of service ONLY. If you require written volunteer hour verification for high school or college community service hours, please bring the necessary forms with you so our volunteer team can sign off on your hours the day of your volunteer shift. We are unable to make exceptions.


To stay up-to-date on volunteer news, click HERE to join our mailing list.




Food banks play a critical role in addressing food insecurity, but we can’t do it alone.

Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County strategically engages in year-round advocacy work by raising awareness of hunger issues and mobilizing support at every level of government for policy solutions that address public nutrition and other anti-poverty programs.

We can’t achieve our vision of an Orange County with food and nutritional security for all without advocating for change in the systems and structures that created the hunger crisis in the first place. We work with both our coalition and community partners, including neighbors with lived experience of hunger, to educate the public and policymakers about food insecurity. We encourage them (and you!) to partner with us in our mission to provide dignified, equitable and consistent access to nutritious food for all.


Summer Meals

Child nutrition provisions taken in the 2022 omnibus spending bill established a permanent Summer EBT program, helping to ensure that our nation’s children have access to nutritious meals when schools, and their cafeterias, are closed for the summer.

Free School
Meals for All

We joined our advocacy partners to help pass a first-in-the-nation Universal School Meals Program to provide free breakfast and lunch to all K-12 public school students in California.

for Food

Our advocacy efforts helped secure $180M one-time for CalFood over three years in the 2023 California state budget, enabling food banks to purchase California-produced foods to meet their communities’ diverse food needs.



Want to learn more about food insecurity issues and how you can advocate on behalf of the Food Bank? Sign up to be a part of our Engagement Network!

When you sign up, you will be emailed our introductory advocacy training, as well as receive our monthly Government Relations Update via email. You will also receive Engagement Alerts for specific time sensitive engagement activities throughout the year.


Are you ready to take your advocacy involvement to the next level? Get training on how to integrate the voices in our community and advocate for sustainable change in our food systems.


Our Community Champions are our standing advocate cohort comprised of graduates of the Community Voices Academy. Community Champions are called upon to regularly speak about food and nutritional insecurity issues.


Are you a college student in Orange County and would like to advocate for hunger issues on behalf of the Food Bank? Get involved, on and off campus, by joining our Food Fellows Program.



Do you know someone with lived experience of food insecurity? Do you have expertise on hunger issues here in Orange County? We want to hear from you!

Reach out to participate in one of our Community Conversations and help advocate for our neighbors facing food insecurity.


We can’t do it alone and extend our thanks to our elected officials, community advocates, partners & coalitions:

Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County is a nonpartisan organization and does not endorse or oppose political candidates running for office.

For more information, contact
Malia Cary
Government & Public Affairs Manager


Our Sourcing and Sustainability Department serves the needs of our partners through donors, vendors, and individuals like you. Whether you’re a manufacturer, distributor, retailer, restaurant, or caterer, we have various programs that aim to connect every ounce of dignified food directly back into our community.


Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County fully functions as a food bank distribution center, receiving and sending out fresh/frozen/dry products in multiple-pallet loads through commercial-sized vehicles. If you have individual donations to give, please find a partner site nearest you to support directly. If you have not yet bought items to donate, please consider making a sourcing department financial donation of the same value to help our team support the vision of food and nutritional security for all.


Are you a local company looking to donate? Please contact us at with a description of your item(s), your reason for donating, pack size, quantity, storage temperature requirements, and preferred delivery/pickup time. Our team will be happy to assist you from there.

Through our Feeding America partnership, we also coordinate and receive donations from national brands like Barilla, Beyond Meat, Bragg, Conagra, Dole Foods, General Mills, Kraft Heinz, Orgain, Vita Coco, and WK Kellogg.

Not sure if your potential donation applies? Or would you like your donation to be scheduled on a weekly or monthly basis? Please fill out our Food Donation Form and we will be in touch on next steps.


Need a solution for disposal fees or SB 1383 requirements? Our Grocery Rescue program helps grocers donate:

  • Meat
  • Dairy
  • Deli
  • Produce
  • Bakery
  • Frozen food
  • Shelf-stable food

Our department works with your store to schedule recurring pickups in temperature-controlled trucks so we can deliver your consistent, dependable donations directly to our community partners, ensuring peak freshness.

Current Grocery Rescue partners include Walmart, Sam’s Club, Kroger (Ralphs/Food 4 Less), Albertsons/Vons/Pavilions, Target, Gelson’s, Trader Joe’s, Aldi, Amazon Fresh, Costco Wholesale, Smart & Final, 99 Ranch, Grocery Outlet, and Sprouts.


For decades, we have worked with numerous annual events held in Orange County to recover millions of pounds of dignified food. Our efforts have spanned from neighborhood USPS locations to the halls of Anaheim Convention Center. To learn more or request our large-scale food rescue services, please contact


While we are unable to receive prepared foods at our Distribution Center, you might be able to support our community through Abound Food Care in Santa Ana. Please contact Abound Food Care directly if you have items in restaurant packaging sizes or excess catered food from an event for their organization to redistribute.


Many everyday pantry basics are seldom donated by the case, no less by the truckload. Therefore, food banks need to routinely buy these items in commercial quantities. If you have competitive or subsidized bids for us to consider in our purchasing plan, please contact


With food safety being our #1 priority, Second Harvest staff and community partners are trained in the assessment and handling of food for safe consumption and follow strict guidelines for record keeping, food handling, and distribution. We maintain proper temperature regulation throughout our fleet and storage facilities, including cold storage docking and extensive cooler and freezer space. In addition, we adhere to annual AIB inspections, and our donors are protected from liability by California’s Good Samaritan Law.


Thank You From the Bottom of Our Hearts!

Every day thousands of men, women and children look to Second Harvest to provide food for their next meal. Without your donations, we’d have to turn them away. We are so grateful for your generosity as we work to ensure all in Orange County are well fed.

Thank You to Our Corporate Partners (FY2023)

Thank You to Our Annual Donors (FY2023)

  • 3M Foundation, Inc.
  • 786 Foundation
  • Thomas and Bonnie Abate
  • Abbott Medical Optics
  • Albertsons, Vons, Pavilions
  • Alesia Family Foundation
  • Tracy Allen Friedmann
  • Allied World Assurance Company
  • Kristen Allison
  • Ally Financial Inc. Corporate Citizenship
  • The Herb Alpert Foundation
  • American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
  • William and Fay Amneus
  • Anaheim Free Methodist Church
  • Don and Ginger Anderson
  • Angels Baseball Foundation, Inc.
  • Anonymous (12)
  • AP Design Professionals Insurance Services, LLC
  • Thomas and Virginia Apke
  • Applied Materials Foundation
  • Elaine Archer
  • Argos Family Office
  • Argyros Family Foundation
  • Susan and Harlan Arita
  • The Arsher Charitable Trust
  • Noam and Heidi Arzt
  • B. Braun Medical, Inc.
  • Baccarat, Inc.
  • Bank of America Charitable Foundation
  • Laura and James Baratta
  • Margaret Barbour
  • Nicole Baril
  • Ali Bartholomew
  • Alia Batniji
  • Julia and Robert Beaton
  • Torsten Bengtsson
  • Linda Bicoy
  • R.G. and Lynn Biggs
  • Kirk and Teresa Blower
  • BMW of North America, LLC
  • Employees Community Fund of Boeing California
  • BoxLunch
  • Walter Bransford
  • Christopher and Danielle Bressoud
  • Mike Brett
  • Joan Brock
  • Kathy Bronstein
  • Debi and Rusty Brown
  • Alan Brutman
  • Tracy and Bradley Buchholz
  • Michelle and Marshall Burge
  • Dan Burk
  • Sheral and Steve Burke
  • Ronald W. Burkle Foundation
  • Leslie Calhoun
  • California Association of Food Banks
  • California Foundation for Stronger Communities
  • Ronald and Nancy Cambron
  • Bridget and Argyle Campbell
  • The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation
  • Kate and Peter Carlton
  • Jacqueline and Michael Casey
  • CDF Labor Law
  • Jennifer and Matthew Chapman
  • Richard Cheek
  • The Cheesecake Factory
  • David Chen
  • Chick-fil-A, Inc.
  • Citizens Business Bank
  • City National Bank
  • David R. Clare and Margaret C. Clare Foundation
  • Carrie and David Coffaro
  • Paige Collins
  • Frank and Helen Comerford
  • Roxanne and Bill Comrie
  • Diane and James Connelly
  • Costco Wholesale
  • CM & Edna P. Cotton Family Foundation
  • Iovanna and Stephen Couig
  • Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP
  • The Crean Foundation
  • Crocs
  • Sean Culmer
  • Curci Fund
  • Yvonne Curry
  • Richard Daly
  • Debra David
  • Cameran and Joshua Davis
  • Warren Davis
  • Peggy L. Day and Delos Knight
  • David and Michele De Wenter
  • Leah Decono
  • Anne and Paul Devore
  • Sheri and Chris Dialynas
  • Mahsa Dinan
  • The Disneyland Resort
  • Michael DiStefano
  • Documotion Research, Inc.
  • The Dorsey & Whitney Foundation
  • William and Cheryl Doyle
  • Leo and Elizabeth Drew
  • Lizette Du Pribus
  • Heather Dubrow
  • Jennifer Duran
  • Edison International Employee Contributions Campaign
  • Edwards Lifesciences Foundation
  • Fredrick Ekstein
  • Enterprise Holdings Foundation
  • Essex Property Trust
  • Susan and Mike Etchandy
  • Experian
  • Fanticola Family Foundation, Inc.
  • Chip and Helen Fedalen
  • Feeding America
  • Ellen Feldberg-Gordon and Michael Gordon
  • Mike and Carrie Felechner
  • Ashley and Branden Fella
  • Erica and Jerry Fink
  • Annie Fisher
  • Kenna and Brett Florie
  • The Fluor Foundation
  • FoodStory Brands
  • John and Mary Fort
  • Rachel Fowler
  • Friedman-Kline Family Foundation
  • Frome Family Foundation
  • Fry Family Foundation
  • Rick and Nonnie Fully
  • Karen Gasper
  • Joel Geldin and Jeanne Nelson
  • General Mills, Inc.
  • Steven Gex
  • GHD
  • Ali Gilani and Samah Haggag
  • Glasser Family Charitable Fund
  • Golden State Foods Foundation
  • Goodman North America Management, LLC
  • Goodwill of Orange County
  • Google Matching Gifts Program
  • Dan and Lisa Grable
  • Granite Properties, Inc.
  • Lorna Greenhill
  • Jeffrey Griffith
  • Jennifer Gross
  • Wayne and Julia Guenther
  • Carmen and Barbara Gullo
  • Timothy and Amy Guth
  • Lorraine and Thomas Gyulay
  • Gail and Ed Haft
  • Sean Hahn
  • Marlene Hamontree
  • Rondell and Joyce Hanson
  • Karen and Daniel Harley
  • Michael Harley
  • Jill and Tim Harmon
  • Dave Harms
  • David and Diana Hasenbalg
  • Healthpeak Properties
  • The Bernice Heffernan Family Foundation
  • David Henley
  • Kathryn Hennigan
  • Kim and Susan Henry
  • Shelli Herman
  • Deborah and Robert Hinderliter
  • Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian
  • George Hoag Family Foundation
  • Larry and Helen Hoag Foundation
  • Jane Hodgdon
  • Alison Hoeven
  • The Hohener Family Fund
  • John Hollenbeck
  • John and Virginia Holtman
  • Daniel Hood
  • Timothy Hopkins
  • Rick and Tami Horstmann
  • Hyundai Motor America
  • International Paper Foundation
  • J.M. Smucker Company
  • The Jacobs Family Foundation
  • Georgina Jacobson
  • The Jaffe Family Foundation
  • Jersey Mike’s
  • Michael and Lucille Joerger
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Jill Johnson-Tucker and Larry Tucker
  • Josh Neuman Foundation, Inc.
  • Gaynelle Joyce
  • JP Morgan Chase Foundation
  • Judicate West
  • Stephanie and Kevin Kaberna
  • Kaiser Foundation Hospitals
  • Goli Kalkhoran
  • Paul Kariya
  • Dino Katsiametis
  • Kehl Family Fund
  • Brian Kelly
  • The Kelsey Family Foundation
  • Ann Keough
  • Michael Kerr
  • KIA Motors America, Inc.
  • Christine Kiger
  • Randa and Dean Kim
  • Margaret* and Russell* Kinney
  • Scott and Susan Kisting
  • Lisa Klarin
  • Andrea Klein
  • Kraft Foods Foundation
  • Kramer Family Foundation
  • The Kroger Co.
  • Laloo Vision Inc
  • Katherine Le and Minh Nguyen
  • Diana Leach
  • Robert and Terry Lee
  • Kate and Reza Levering-Jahangiri
  • Rachel Levin
  • Liberty Commercial Finance
  • The Loftus Family Foundation
  • Mike Long
  • Nicole Long
  • The Los Angeles Rams, LLC
  • Los Angeles Chargers
  • Jim and Gale Luce
  • Joe MacPherson Foundation
  • James MacPherson
  • Heather and James Madden
  • Majestic Realty Co.
  • Kent and Lisa Matranga Family Foundation
  • Mazda Foundation (USA), Inc.
  • Jessica McCormick
  • Rae Mccormick
  • Liz and Peter McKinley
  • The Medieval Times Foundation
  • Michelle Merage
  • Lilly and Paul Merage
  • John and Rosetta Michel
  • Kelly and Thomas Mitchell
  • Michael and Ann Mitchell
  • The Moca Foundation
  • Pamela Muir
  • The Peter and Mary Muth Foundation
  • Rick and Nancy Muth
  • Stephen and Catherine Muzzy
  • Nancy Naftel
  • Nationwide Insurance Foundation
  • Alison Needham
  • Brian and Jennifer Niccol
  • Bonny Nickle
  • Nordstrom, Inc. Home Office
  • O.L. Halsell Foundation
  • Joseph* and Ann Obegi
  • Michele O’leary-Koll and Steven Koll
  • Bill and Lorelei O’Neill
  • Orange Aluminum
  • Orange Circle Studio Corp
  • Orange County United Way
  • Orco Block Co., Inc.
  • James Ott
  • Larry Overman
  • Pacific Life Foundation
  • Pappas Family Foundation
  • Parker Hannifin Foundation
  • Glenn Pascall
  • Robert Peirson
  • M. Pell
  • Sheila and James Peterson
  • Jill Petroff
  • John and Sherry Phelan
  • Phileo Foundation
  • Constance Phillips
  • Phoenix Planning and Construction Services, Inc.
  • Judith Posnikoff
  • Chris Pounds and Gerardo Okhuysen
  • Michael Prather
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
  • Pride Bakeries dba Panera Bread
  • Paul and Terri Quaranto
  • Carrie Quintanar
  • Rancho San Joaquin Golf Course
  • Frank and Joan Randall
  • Teddie Ray
  • Roger Reading
  • Recipe For Success Inc.
  • Stephanie Reich and Seth Brindis
  • Jan and Roy Reimer
  • Joel Reiss
  • Mary Rempel
  • Dorothy Ressel Arens
  • Michelle Rohe
  • Daria Rose
  • Marta Rosetti
  • Rutan & Tucker, LLP
  • Bobby Saadian
  • Teri and Bill Saddler
  • Keiko Sakamoto and William A. Witte
  • Lynda and Tom Salinger
  • William and Sandra Schaal
  • Linda and Jeff Schulein
  • Linda Schumann
  • SDGE A Sempra Energy Utility
  • David Seidner
  • Sempra Employee Giving Network
  • Pawan Seth
  • Share Our Strength
  • Pat and Tom Shea
  • Kathleen Shreve
  • Shunpike Charitable Foundation
  • Susan Skara
  • Smart & Final Charitable Foundation
  • Steve and Georgiann Smith
  • Amber Smith
  • Trig Smith
  • Smokowski Family Foundation
  • SoCalGas
  • State Farm Insurance Companies
  • Stater Bros. Charities
  • Peter Stauffer
  • Richard* & Elizabeth* Steele Endowment
  • Dr. Sharon Stevenson
  • John and Angela Stollsteimer
  • Selly and Jeff Straight
  • Subaru of America, Inc.
  • Succession Capital Alliance Foundation
  • Lauren Suryan
  • Mark Sweetman
  • Taco Bell
  • Marian Tang
  • Tarsadia Foundation
  • Shirley and Albert Teng
  • Bart and Deborah Thomsen
  • TJX Foundation, Inc.
  • Ueberroth Family Foundation
  • Ugalde Family Charitable Foundation
  • Julie and Jim Ulcickas
  • Gene Underwood
  • United Healthcare Group Employee Matching Gifts
  • United Way Greater Los Angeles
  • UPS Foundation
  • Urovant Sciences, Inc
  • Laura and Tim Vanderhook
  • Daniel Vanderpyl
  • Ventura Foods, LLC
  • Versace USA. Inc.
  • Richard and Roxana VerWayne
  • Chris Vogt and Julie Larsen
  • Valaree Wahler
  • Wallace Air Cargo Group, Inc.
  • Walmart Foundation
  • Edward Wang
  • Warne Family Charitable Foundation
  • Jaynine and Dave Warner
  • Janet Waters
  • Wellness Partners LLC Whipstitch Capital
  • Wells Fargo Foundation
  • Wescom Credit Union We Care Foundation
  • Westcliff University
  • Western Digital Foundation
  • James and Carol Westling
  • Virginia  Wetterau
  • WFS, Inc.
  • Jeffrey and Lora White
  • Howard Whittaker
  • Whittier Trust Foundation
  • Whole Foods Market
  • Jackie Wills
  • Winslow Maxwell Charitable Trust
  • Jeffrey and Caron Winston
  • Joan M. Wismer Foundation
  • Womble Bond Dickinson LLP
  • Vanessa Wood
  • Carl E. Wynn Foundation
  • Yardi Systems, Inc.
  • Leesa Yim
  • The Don Yoder Foundation
  • The Yoshida Family Charitable Fund
  • Carolyn Young*
  • Nancy and Arn Youngman
  • Trisha Yount
  • Mary and William Zant
  • *Deceased

Thank You to Our Corporate Food Donors (FY2023)


For questions about our events, please contact

JUNE 1-30, 2024


Second Harvest’s 8th annual Food From The Bar campaign with the OC legal community returns in June 2024! Click HERE to learn more about how you can get involved.



Click HERE to see the 2023 event and learn more about Harvesters.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2024 • 11:45 A.M.


Second Harvest is excited to announce that the date of our annual “No Lunch” Lunch event will shift from the Tuesday before Thanksgiving to the Thursday before Thanksgiving. Please mark your calendar for Thursday, November 21, 2024, at the Food Bank. We believe this shift to the week before the holiday will allow more supporters the opportunity to attend. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, November 21, 2024.

More details to come.



More details to come. Click HERE to see the second annual event.