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 organizations, which operate a network of pantries, dining rooms, shelters, group homes, and child care facilities throughout Sonoma County. The REFB is the hub of 170 partner organizations with more than 280 programs located in every city, town and unincorporated area of Sonoma County. Our partner organizations acquire food from the REFB's Community Marketplace to fuel their hunger-relief programs. In all, six REFB programs fall under the Neighborhood Hunger Network initiative.

Community Marketplace

Offering a central wholesale food market to support our network of hunger-relief partner organizations in Sonoma County and throughout our region.
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Food Connections

Connecting our neighbors in need to food distributions and vital hunger-relief resources in our community and through state food assistance programs.
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Groceries to Go

Ensuring all members of our community in need of food have access to staple pantry items and fresh produce.

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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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Produce Pantry

Delivering fresh produce to low-income and at-risk communities to put all our neighbors in need on the road to good health.

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Value Market

Offering participants a dignified grocery shopping experience and excellent customer service in order to bridge food assistance and self-sufficiency. Learn More
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