City Partners with Salvation Army and Second Harvest Food Bank to Create Food for Families Program

By Robert Haugh

Starting today, Santa Clara residents can receive weekly essential food items.

The City has partnered with The Salvation Army and Second Harvest Food Bank to launch a new program called Food For Families.

The program will distribute essential food items through December 2020 at The Salvation Army located at 3090 Homestead Road. Residents are asked to stay in cars and wear a face mask. Food will be loaded into vehicles.

Santa Clara residents must register once to enter the program and pick up food items on Wednesdays. 

To register, download this form. It’s available in English and Spanish. Email the completed forms to

Or residents can enroll in person by picking up and dropping off the form at The Salvation Army, 3090 Homestead Road, Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


  1. Bravo, Santa Clara! Taking care of our residents in a time of desperate need. As mrhmyers states, “Great idea and great partnerships”

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