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Food Pantry

Virtual Food Pantry Services Now Open For Fall!

Due to local and state mandates that resulted in campus closures, our Food Pantry is now virtual. That means that for Fall 2020 quarter, instead of picking up bi-weekly groceries on campus, students registered with our Virtual Food Pantry for Fall will receive, on an ongoing basis, an electronic gift card (e-card) for $50 to be used for the purchase of groceries. Your  e-card(s) may be used in-person at Walmart & Sam's Club and online at walmart.com.

 

Are You Registered with the Food Pantry for Fall quarter?

Click here to access the Fall Registration form in English

 Haga clic aquí para acceder al formulario en español para el registro de otoño

 

 Registration form issues: if you are unable to submit your registration form please close your browser and re-attempt.  Still unable to submit your form? Contact us at : foodpantry@fhda.edu

 The first Fall Food Panty e-Gift Cards (e-cards) are scheduled to be emailed to Food Pantry Fall registered & eligible students the week of September 28th.

 

First time Food Pantry students once you have registered there is nothing further for you to do to receive your first e-card.

 Returning  Spring & Summer 2020 Food Pantry students please ensure you have emailed all your e-card shopping receipts to us:  foodpantry@fhda.edu

 

 Your Food Pantry team is working virtually Monday-Thursday, 10m-3pm.

Please include your CWID, Foothill student id number, when emailing us at:  foodpantry@fhda.edu

 

Local Food Pantries Offering Hot Meals and Groceries

For hunger assistance within your local communities,  see our list of community hunger support resources.

CalFresh for Students

CalFresh is a state program that awards you up to $193 a month for groceries.

Get started to see if you qualify. Then apply.!

Hunger Support

Second Harvest  (Santa Clara & San Mateo Counties) 1.866.984.3663

Gilroy Salvation Army  408.848.5373

Loaves and Fish Family Kitchen (San Jose area) 408.922.9085

Milpitas Food Pantry  408.946.5564

Jewish Family & Children's Services   (San Francisco) 415.449.1200 

West Valley Community Services  (Cupertino) 408.255.8033

Santa Clara First Baptist  408.241.7635

Redemption Church  (San Jose) 408.262.0900

Foothill is fortunate to have opened a Food Pantry last fall thanks to partners Second Harvest Food Bank and the Community Services Agency. The Food Pantry provides groceries to any Foothill student enrolled in credit or non-credit classes who meets the self-reported income eligibility set by Second Harvest. But for students who don’t have a home where they can bring groceries and make meals, the Food Pantry is not a viable option. - See more at: https://foundation.fhda.edu/stories/FH_food_pantry.html#.WTH2qcm1tsM
Foothill is fortunate to have opened a Food Pantry last fall thanks to partners Second Harvest Food Bank and the Community Services Agency. The Food Pantry provides groceries to any Foothill student enrolled in credit or non-credit classes who meets the self-reported income eligibility set by Second Harvest. But for students who don’t have a home where they can bring groceries and make meals, the Food Pantry is not a viable option. - See more at: https://foundation.fhda.edu/stories/FH_food_pantry.html#.WTH2qcm1tsM
Foothill is fortunate to have opened a Food Pantry last fall thanks to partners Second Harvest Food Bank and the Community Services Agency. The Food Pantry provides groceries to any Foothill student enrolled in credit or non-credit classes who meets the self-reported income eligibility set by Second Harvest. But for students who don’t have a home where they can bring groceries and make meals, the Food Pantry is not a viable option. - See more at: https://foundation.fhda.edu/stories/FH_food_pantry.html#.WTH2qcm1tsM

Foothill is fortunate to have opened a Food Pantry last fall thanks to partners Second Harvest Food Bank and the Community Services Agency. The Food Pantry provides groceries to any Foothill student enrolled in credit or non-credit classes who meets the self-reported income eligibility set by Second Harvest. But for students who don’t have a home where they can bring groceries and make meals, the Food Pantry is not a viable option. - See more at: https://foundation.fhda.edu/stories/FH_food_pantry.html#.WTH2qcm1t

The Gavilan College food pantry is a collaboration between Gavilan College CalWORKs, Fresh Success, Association Students of Gavilan College (ASGC), Second Harvest Food Bank and St. Joseph’s Family Center.  The pantry is open all year long and serves the entire Gavilan College Community.

 

Are you experiencing hunger? You are not alone.

Our Commitment to Our Students

Foothill is fortunate to have opened a Food Pantry last fall thanks to partners Second Harvest Food Bank and the Community Services Agency. The Food Pantry provides groceries to any Foothill student enrolled in credit or non-credit classes who meets the self-reported income eligibility set by Second Harvest. But for students who don’t have a home where they can bring groceries and make meals, the Food Pantry is not a viable option. - See more at: https://foundation.fhda.edu/stories/FH_food_pantry.html#.WTH2qcm1tsM
Foothill is fortunate to have opened a Food Pantry last fall thanks to partners Second Harvest Food Bank and the Community Services Agency. The Food Pantry provides groceries to any Foothill student enrolled in credit or non-credit classes who meets the self-reported income eligibility set by Second Harvest. But for students who don’t have a home where they can bring groceries and make meals, the Food Pantry is not a viable option. - See more at: https://foundation.fhda.edu/stories/FH_food_pantry.html#.WTH2qcm1tsM
Foothill is fortunate to have opened a Food Pantry last fall thanks to partners Second Harvest Food Bank and the Community Services Agency. The Food Pantry provides groceries to any Foothill student enrolled in credit or non-credit classes who meets the self-reported income eligibility set by Second Harvest. But for students who don’t have a home where they can bring groceries and make meals, the Food Pantry is not a viable option. - See more at: https://foundation.fhda.edu/stories/FH_food_pantry.html#.WTH2qcm1tsM

Foothill is fortunate to have opened a Food Pantry last fall thanks to partners Second Harvest Food Bank and the Community Services Agency. The Food Pantry provides groceries to any Foothill student enrolled in credit or non-credit classes who meets the self-reported income eligibility set by Second Harvest. But for students who don’t have a home where they can bring groceries and make meals, the Food Pantry is not a viable option. - See more at: https://foundation.fhda.edu/stories/FH_food_pantry.html#.WTH2qcm1t

The Gavilan College food pantry is a collaboration between Gavilan College CalWORKs, Fresh Success, Association Students of Gavilan College (ASGC), Second Harvest Food Bank and St. Joseph’s Family Center.  The pantry is open all year long and serves the entire Gavilan College Community.

At Foothill College we strongly believe that no student should face hunger while pursuing their educational and career goals. However, an increasing number of students are facing food insecurity and we are committed to help.

 

Foothill is fortunate to have opened a Food Pantry last fall thanks to partners Second Harvest Food Bank and the Community Services Agency. The Food Pantry provides groceries to any Foothill student enrolled in credit or non-credit classes who meets the self-reported income eligibility set by Second Harvest. But for students who don’t have a home where they can bring groceries and make meals, the Food Pantry is not a viable option. - See more at: https://foundation.fhda.edu/stories/FH_food_pantry.html#.WTH2qcm1tsM
Foothill is fortunate to have opened a Food Pantry last fall thanks to partners Second Harvest Food Bank and the Community Services Agency. The Food Pantry provides groceries to any Foothill student enrolled in credit or non-credit classes who meets the self-reported income eligibility set by Second Harvest. But for students who don’t have a home where they can bring groceries and make meals, the Food Pantry is not a viable option. - See more at: https://foundation.fhda.edu/stories/FH_food_pantry.html#.WTH2qcm1tsM
Foothill is fortunate to have opened a Food Pantry last fall thanks to partners Second Harvest Food Bank and the Community Services Agency. The Food Pantry provides groceries to any Foothill student enrolled in credit or non-credit classes who meets the self-reported income eligibility set by Second Harvest. But for students who don’t have a home where they can bring groceries and make meals, the Food Pantry is not a viable option. - See more at: https://foundation.fhda.edu/stories/FH_food_pantry.html#.WTH2qcm1tsM

Foothill is fortunate to have opened a Food Pantry last fall thanks to partners Second Harvest Food Bank and the Community Services Agency. The Food Pantry provides groceries to any Foothill student enrolled in credit or non-credit classes who meets the self-reported income eligibility set by Second Harvest. But for students who don’t have a home where they can bring groceries and make meals, the Food Pantry is not a viable option. - See more at: https://foundation.fhda.edu/stories/FH_food_pantry.html#.WTH2qcm1t

The Gavilan College food pantry is a collaboration between Gavilan College CalWORKs, Fresh Success, Association Students of Gavilan College (ASGC), Second Harvest Food Bank and St. Joseph’s Family Center.  The pantry is open all year long and serves the entire Gavilan College Community.

 

"Things that many of us take for granted are literal life-lines for some of our students. - See more at: https://foundation.fhda.edu/stories/FH_food_pantry.html#.WTH2qcm1tsM
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650.949.7802


foodpantry@fhda.edu


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