Report on Distribution to Nonprofit Partners

ONE INVESTMENT WHERE THE RETURNS ARE THROUGH THE ROOF

By supporting the Foodbank, you are supporting the good work of 330 agencies and programs countywide. Below is a small sampling of our local nonprofit partners showing how many pounds of food each received from the Foodbank last year and what the ‘fair market value’ of that food would be if it were purchased commercially.

Foodbank Non-Profit Partner
Pounds
Value
Boys & Girls Clubs – countywide
 21,182
 $30,261.00
CALM
5,273
 $7,558.00
Calvary Chapel Santa Barbara
29,983
 $41,542.00
Casa Esperanza
41,368
 $59,294.13
Casa Serena
16,639
 $23,849.23
Catholic Charities
917,302
 $1,314,800.18
Central Coast Rescue Mission
65,875
 $94,420.83
Community Action Commission
176,757
 $253,351.34
Council Alcoholism & Drug Abuse (CADA)
31,609
 $45,306.23
Domestic Violence Solutions
 22,945
 $32,887.83
Food from the Heart
  24,520
 $35,145.33
Good Samaritan Services Inc.
211,000
 $302,433.33
Isla Vista Youth Projects
5,246
 $7,519.27
Nipomo Food Basket
119,936
 $171,908.27
Organic Soup Kitchen
 14,749
 $21,140.23
Pacific Pride Foundation
  84,721
 $121,433.43
People Helping People
212,474
 $304,546.14
People’s Self Help Housing
  46,797
 $67,075.70
Salvation Army
350,747
 $502,737.65
Sansum Diabetes Research Institute
14,409
 $20,652.90
Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics
8,267
 $11,849.37
Santa Barbara Mental Wellness Center
  31,421
 $45,036.77
Santa Barbara Rescue Mission
40,644
 $58,256.26
Santa Ynez Sr. Citizens Found.
93,908
 $134,601.47
Sweeny Youth Homes
  3,095
 $4,436.17
Transition House
 7,159
 $10,261.23
United Way
  1,462
 $2,470.78
Unity Shoppe
173,547
 $248,750.77
Will Bridge of Santa Barbara
 11,445
 $16,403.86

 

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