Neighborhood Hunger Network

The REFB defines ending hunger as providing sufficient resources in all areas of the county for anyone seeking food assistance. We accomplish this through our own direct-service food distributions as well as through partner agencies, organizations that operate a network of pantries, dining rooms, shelters, group homes, and child care facilities throughout Sonoma County. The REFB is the hub of 177 partner agencies with more than 280 programs located in every city, town and unincorporated area of Sonoma County. Our partner agencies acquire food from the REFB to fuel their hunger-relief programs. In all, four REFB programs fall under the Neighborhood Hunger Network initiative.

Emergency Food Assistance

Ensuring individuals in need of food have access to government commodities and fresh produce.

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Farm Fresh Produce Pantries

Delivering fresh produce to low-income neighborhoods to put all our neighbors in need on the road to good health.
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Kitchen Collective

Transforming donated ingredients into nutritious, flavorful, heat-and-eat entrées for our neighbors in need.

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Partner Organizations

Helping us accomplish our mission of ending hunger in our community by creating a network of hunger-relief resources.
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