Seniors, families and individuals living on restricted incomes often sacrifice buying fresh produce in an effort to cut costs. By providing access to seasonal fruits and vegetables, Produce Pantry help ensure that our low-income neighborhoods in Sonoma County have consistent access to quality nourishment.
Our Produce Pantry sites distribute 3.3 million pounds of fresh produce and healthy supplemental items annually to an average of 2,870 people each week at 30 sites in nine towns throughout Sonoma County.
How You Can Help
As the largest program of the REFB, our Produce Pantry is crucial to the health and well-being of our low-income neighbors. The continuation of this program is primarily funded through individual donations from supporters like you. Make a donation today to strengthen this program and ensure all of our low-income neighbors have continued access to the nutrient-rich agricultural bounty of our region.