Food Share Volunteers Harvest Pantry Harvest Pantry Value Market
Join the Community Food Share and start helping our neighbors in need.

Click here to learn more about our new project!
We rely on our volunteers to feed 82,000 hungry adults and children in Sonoma County each month. Sign up today to lend a hand!
Aiming to prevent anemia and obesity in young children, our Megan Furth Harvest Pantry provides fresh produce, nutrition education and physical activities to families with kids under five years old.
Learn more.
Judy turned to the REFB eight years ago, after having to leave her job. She says: “It gets me from one month to the next with a degree of dignity. It has been a blessing for me.” Find out how you can help Judy and others.
Our new Value Market offers affordable, quality groceries to REFB qualified shoppers.
Click here to learn more.

Donate & Help


3 Ways to Help Now

Donate. For every $1 you donate we'll provide 2 healthy meals.

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Volunteer. Help us sort, bag, box and deliver nutritious food to the community.

2

Advocate. Speak up in support of policies that will feed our neighbors in need.

3

Media


The Newsfeed

REFB Spring 2016
Newsfeed

Click here to view the REFB’s Spring Newsfeed.

Newsfeed

Real People,
Local Stories

Click here to listen to
Ardy's story.

Click here to listen to
Lori's story.

speaker

Events & Happenings

Peanut Butter Roundup
May 18-31, 2016

Lucky Supermarkets are partnering with the REFB to raise awareness of the struggle many families have feeding their children during the summer months. Luckys will be collecting peanut butter, and running a buy 1 donate 1 promotion, to help stock our shelves during the summer months and feed families in need.

Peanut Butter Roundup

Kosta Browne Barrel Tasting

Join us Saturday, May 28th at The Barlow is Sebstopol to try exclusive Kosta Browne wine directly from the barrel and donate to the REFB! Click here for more information.

Kosta Browne Winery