Food Programs

Food Drive Committee – January 2020

 

2021 Food Drive Raises $226,648 in Donations

This is an enormous increase compared to $91,798 raised in 2020. The compassionate residents of SaddleBrooke and SaddleBrooke Ranch made the 23rd Annual SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Food Drive a record-breaking success. 

The families assisted by the Tri-Community Food Bank, as well as its Board of Directors and volunteers, are deeply grateful for this outpouring of support.

Outgoing SBCO President Steve Groth and TCFB Chair, Cynthia Chevalley, smiling with a big check.

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a devastating economic effect across the country. Many families who have never before needed the services of a food bank are lining up for assistance.

Thanks to your generosity, the Food Bank will be able to assist 515 households, including 1,518 people. The Food Bank serves 426 children and 305 seniors. 

100% of the monetary contributions go to grocery purchases and related expenses.
SBCO and Tri-Community Food Bank thank the many SaddleBrooke and SaddleBrooke Ranch residents who made such a great difference in the lives of those in need.

 

Thanksgiving Baskets – 2020

Our Thanks­giv­ing holiday food bas­kets are coor­di­nated with the Mountain Health and Wellness Center in Ora­cle, they work with the same fam­i­lies as the Tri-Community Food Bank.

Thanksgiving Baskets being loaded behind Suite L in 2020

 

Become part of a proud tradition than makes a real difference in the community   sbco.info@community-outreach.org

 

 

We provide quarterly financial support to the Tri-Community Food Bank in Mam­moth and we also manage a annual food drive in the spring that includes both Sad­dle­Brooke and SaddleBrooke Ranch. The Tri-Community Food Bank serves families in Mam­moth, San Manuel and Ora­cle.

   

2019 FOOD DRIVE
2016 FOOD DRIVE VOLUNTEERS
2015 FOOD DRIVE – HARD AT WORK
2014 FOOD DRIVE – SORTING FOOD

 

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