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The Season of Giving is Here: Second Harvest Food Bank & SurveyMonkey

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The Season of Giving is Here: Second Harvest Food Bank & SurveyMonkey

Last night, the SurveyMonkey team was honored to have spent time helping out the amazing folks at the Second Harvest Food Bank in San Carlos. This was our second visit volunteering for this organization that has grown into one of the largest food banks in the country. We kept busy sorting a variety of nutritious food that will be distributed to children, families and seniors in need from Daly City to Gilroy.

In Second Harvest’s own words:

Volunteer support is essential for Second Harvest to maintain efficient and cost effective services. Because of volunteers, 95 cents of every $1 donated to the Food Bank goes directly to programs providing food to over 243,000 people each month.

For even more information on the important services that Second Harvest provides, check out our Speaker Series video from earlier this year featuring Second Harvest Director of Volunteer Services, Kris Sulpizio. We were thrilled to have volunteered with this amazing organization last year and we look forward to the next time we get to visit Second Harvest Food Bank and help support their mission of providing those who need a meal with a meal today and every day.

Click here to learn more about how you can support Second Harvest Food Bank!

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