Feeding It Forward works to reduce waste and alleviate hunger in Napa County through collaborative efforts. We rescue excess fresh food from donors and deliver it to organizations fighting hunger in our community.
By rescuing excess perishable and prepared food within Napa County and delivering it to other organizations serving our most vulnerable children, adults, and families, we can address critical issues of food insecurity and wasted food in our communities.
We're Hiring for a Program Manger
We are excited to share that we have an open position for Program Manager with Feeding it Forward, Inc.
On the Road against Food Insecurity during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Thank you all who have donated time and resources as we help those in need of the multiple emergencies we have faced recently.
It has allowed us to provide the ongoing transport of increased volumes of food in our community, so it can go where the real need is!
The monetary donations help cover the variable costs (fuel, supplies, etc.) of transporting the fresh, perishable food safely and successfully to their final destinations- the agencies that serve those in need throughout Napa County.
Thanks to everyone for making our community safer & healthier!
COVID-19 Emergency Food Resource Listing
Listado de recursos alimenticios
A continuación se encuentra el enlace en español a una guía de recursos, la mayoría de las opciones son gratuitas para las personas que necesitan alimentos en el Condado de Napa.
Food resource guide in English
Below is the link to a resource guide in English. Most options are free for people in need of food in Napa County.
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The resources created and compiled are provided as a helpful introduction to food donations and food rescovery. However, the information on this site about legal matters is provided as a general guide only and should not be relied on as a substitute for specific legal advice.Legal sources are The Food Recovery Project, an initiative of the University of Arkansas School of Law (LL.M. in Agricultural and Food Law) and Food Waste Reduction Alliance.
We endeavor to keep all the information on the site as up-to-date as possible, but errors may sometimes occur.
Thanks and credit to Manna Food Center’s Community Food Rescue program, FeedHV of Hudson Valley, Food Rescue Alliance, and many other food recovery programs for collaborating to reduce food waste and fight hunger.