NURTURING YOLO

Nourishing the Next
Generation of Leaders

Yolo County is one of the most productive agricultural regions in the state. Yet, out of 58 counties statewide,
Yolo is the most impoverished. With your support, we
can change that.

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Your gift now can put food on a family's table tonight

Yolo Food Bank

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Find food

Free, fresh food available in every Yolo County community.

Give food

If you’re a business, you can donate food to help us achieve 100% food security.

Volunteer

Connect with neighbors in need and neighbors who care.

Our community is in need of nutrition assistance at levels never before seen in our lifetimes. If you are a neighbor seeking food, I extend a warm welcome to you. If you are a volunteer or supporter, I thank you; your generosity is changing lives.

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Karen Baker
Executive Director

Food at home, at school, and in the community

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Eat Well Yolo

Providing weekly distributions of fresh produce, dairy, meat, and other non-perishable goods

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Eat Home Yolo

Delivering groceries to immunocompromised, elderly, or mobility-restricted neighbors

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Kids Farmers Market

Supporting elementary-school-aged children's access to local produce and nutrition education

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Yolo Food Bank increases food and nutrition security
and helps create an equitable and sustainable local food system by:

Connecting individuals and families to healthy, high-quality food and resources;
Collaborating with partners to deepen outreach & address food needs; and
Convening key players in the community to assess progress & plan collective actions.

12,500+

participants receiving food assistance each month

11,000,000

pounds of food distributed annually

64

distribution partners

News and Updates

Welcoming Karen Baker Executive Director

Yolo Food Bank Board of Directors announced the hiring of Karen Baker as executive director. “Karen’s executive-level experiences have given ...
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Flipping the Food System: Nourishing the Workers Who Nourish Us

What is America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital without the people who harvest, process, transport, prepare, and serve our food? Food system workers ...
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Learn more about neighbors in need, the local food system, and how Yolo Food Bank advances both.

Locations

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Main Office

Monday - Friday | 8:30 am - 5 pm

233 Harter Ave.
Woodland, CA 95776
(530) 668-0690

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Receiving Warehouse

Monday - Friday | 7 am - 3 pm
(no appointment necessary)

233 Harter Ave.
Woodland, CA 95776
(530) 304-3579

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Sutter-Health-Nonprofit-Nutrition-Center

Sutter Health Nonprofit Nutrition Center

Nonprofits may access the Center at the following hours:

Mon - Thurs | 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
Fridays | 9:30 am - 2:30 pm

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Our Hunger Heroes

Volunteer Spotlights

Meet The Avalo Family

Meet the Avalos family! Yolo Food Bank Hunger Heroes Juana, Carolina, Vanesa, and Juan have volunteered with Yolo Food Bank ...
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Meet Dana

Meet Dana! Long-time Davis resident and Yolo Food Bank Hunger Hero volunteer, Dana Armstrong Hughes is the site lead for ...
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Meet Pati

Meet Pati! Pati is a Dunnigan resident who first encountered Yolo Food Bank over a decade ago as a food ...
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