A HUGE THANK YOU to all the donors who have allowed safe food to be diverted from the waste stream!

We continue to be involved with other organizations to accomplish our goals.

Feeding It Forward recovers excess perishable and prepared food from “food generators”, such as restaurants, food markets, grocery stores, and festivals. After volunteers and staff pick up the food, it is safely transported and, if needed, stored and distributed to other organizations that focus on actively feeding Napa County residents. Clients who benefit from our recovery actions are affordable housing residents, farm workers, homeless shelters, and the working low-income. We pride ourselves in not duplicating the efforts of other non-profits but instead supporting them.

Below are some of our accomplishments.

Thanks to our volunteers whose perseverance has allowed for so much success in recovering food for those in our communities who face food insecurity.

Pounds of Food Recovered

Food recovered by food type for Fiscal Year 2021-2022

Distribution of Food by Type

Distribution by food type for Fiscal Year 2021-2022.

Note: The Animal and Compost are food unsafe for human consumption.

Graph of Meals distributed by year

Thanks everyone who has helped with our rapid growth!

We wish to thank each of you for your support which has allowed our rapid growth. The bad part is the need for food for those in need continues ;-(

Thanks to the Peter A. & Vernice H. Gasser Foundation

We wish to thank each one of you for your support along with the Gasser Foundation’s seed grant which has allowed us to accomplish so much in our first year.

Thanks to the Peter A. & Vernice H. Gasser Foundation for their grants to make this passion a reality and the ability to continue to fulfill our mission of recovering food and feeding the hungry.

Thanks to the Napa County

The CrossWalk Community Church in partnership with Feeding It Forward helps feed needy members of the community, which is made possible by support from Napa County Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) funds. It is one of several MSA programs implemented by the County of Napa, which strive to improve health outcomes for individuals and families throughout the community. This grant was made possible by funding provided by the County of Napa.


Thanks to Napa Valley Community Foundation

We wish to thank everyone involved wtih Napa Valley Community Foundation!

Napa Valley Community Foundation works side-by-side with local donors and nonprofits to tackle the most important challenges our Valley faces. Now celebrating 25 years of service to the community, the Foundation has distributed more than $75 million in grants to improve the quality of life for residents of the region, and currently serves as the philanthropic partner to thousands of individuals, families, nonprofit agencies and corporations in Napa Valley and beyond. To learn more visit www.napavalleycf.org.

Thanks to The Doctors Company

We wish to thank everyone! Special thanks to The Doctors Company for their support as we  build healthy communities by fulfilling our mission of recovering food and feeding the hungry.

Thanks to PG&E

We wish to thank everyone at PG&E!

Their mission for a safer, better California

We are dedicated to building safer, resilient communities. Communities for our coworkers and our customers. Through our charitable giving program, we address critical challenges. These include social, educational, and environmental challenges.

This program reflects our deep commitment to the safety of the communities we serve. Its fundamental goal is supporting people, the planet, and California’s prosperity. We are working to ensure a safe and inclusive future for all Californians.

Thanks to Hands Across the Valley

We wish to thank George Altamura and each one of the Board of Directors of Hands Across the Valley, Community Sponsors, Donors, Elaine Bell Catering, Partners, and all the fellow volunteers you for a very successfully event working “TOWARDS A COMMUNITY WITHOUT HUNGER.”

Again, thank everyone!

Hands Across the Valley supports important Napa County food programs