How to Fight Hunger

How to Bay Area
Wednesday, January 9th
How to Bay Area is the program that tells you how to get stuff done in the San Francisco Bay Area. In this inaugural podcast we're going to look at how some Bay Area groups are fighting hunger in their communities. 

Hosts: KCBS Radio reporters Keith Menconi and Jenna Lane

Guests:Second Harvest Food Bank CEO Leslie Bacho and Hannah Loyd, a vendor at the Bayview Growers Market, which is located at the Florence Fang Asian Community Garden and is sponsored by Hunters Point Family 

And here's a list of some of the charitable organizations serving up free meals in the Bay Area that you can support: 

Second Harvest Food Bank in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties 

St. Vincent De Paul Society of Marin County in San Rafael

Community Action of Napa Valley in Napa

SF-Marin Food Bank in San Francisco and Marin

St. Anthony's Foundation in San Francisco

Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco

Curry Without Worry in San Francisco 

Food Runners in San Francisco 

Redwood Empire Foodbank in Santa Rosa 

Dorothy Day House in Berkeley 

Alameda County Community Food Bank in Oakland 

Emeryville Citizens Assistnace Program in Emeryville

Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano in Concord and Fairfield 

Loaves and Fishes of Contra Costa in Martinez 

Tri-City Volunteers in Fremont

Martha's Kitchen in San Jose 

West Valley Community Services in Cupertino 

Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Cruz County in Watsonville