Food

If you are a business or an individual, the first and best option is to donate edible food to feed people who may otherwise go hungry. Food scraps that are no longer fit for human consumption can still go towards feeding animals such as hogs or cattle. Please see below for locations and organizations that can accept your donations! However, if the food is inedible (e.g., bones), it may be better to compost it instead.

Hours listed on this page may change without notice.

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Locations

Catholic Charities Family Support Center

465 A St.
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

NotesDrop-off, sealed goods, such as: canned goods, dried goods, enough to feed 150 people, call first.

Friends in Sonoma Helping (FISH)

18330 Sonoma Hwy
Sonoma, CA 95476

NotesDrop-off: Please call ahead to ask about donation hours. Nonperishable foods and fresh produce accepted.

Redwood Empire Food Bank

3990 Brickway Blvd.
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

NotesDrop-off: canned goods, dried goods and produce. See website for more information.

Redwood Gospel Mission Food Donation

101 6th St.
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

NotesDrop-off: canned goods, dried goods and produce, call first.

SONOMA Food Runners

Santa Rosa, CA

NotesPickup: edible food from events, farms, food producers, grocers and restaurants to feed our local hungry. No charge for food matches, coordination, food pickups or delivery. Tax receipts given for all food donations.

St. Vincent de Paul of Sonoma County

5671 Redwood Dr.
Rohnert Park, CA 94928

NotesDrop-off: canned goods, dried goods and fresh produce.

Takenoko Farms

8789 Starr Rd
Windsor, CA 95492

NotesPick-up: Call to ask about donating food scraps to feed pigs.

Tara Firma Farms

3796 I Street Ext.
Petaluma, CA 94952

NotesPick-up: Call to ask about donating food scraps to feed pigs