Who Gets the Food?

All of the non-perishable food that is collected by the STEAC Food Project goes to our Food Closet at 642 Hawthorne in Davis. We provide five to seven day's worth of food to an average of 120 local families each month. In 2014 this amounted to nearly 3700 people served.

Our citizens in Davis are not immune to a insufficent healthy food, 1 in 6 people in Yolo County are ‘food insecure’, i.e. they do not know if they have adequate food for their next meal. Many of these are children. The lack of adequate nutrition inhibits student’s ability to concentrate, study, and achieve their potential. Providing nutritional meals is a critical step toward breaking the cycle of poverty. Each of us can help. Just a few cans of non-perishable food provides a two to three meals.

Click here for an article in the Davis Enterprise.

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2018 Pickup Dates:

  • Saturday, February 10th
  • Saturday, April 14
  • Saturday June 9
  • Saturday August 11th
  • Saturday, October 13th
  • Saturday, December 8th
  • Most Needed Items:
  • Mac and Cheese
  • Rice/Pasta Mixes
  • Cereal
  • Hearty & Tomato Soups
  • Tuna, esp. Light Tuna
  • Small Oil (16 oz or less))
  • Jams and jellies
  • Small Boxed Raisins
  • Also Needed:
  • Stews
  • Canned Fruit, especially pineapple and apple sauce
  • Small fruit juices (no added sugar)
  • Pasta
  • Baked Beans/Pork and Beans
  • Canned Beans, esp. Kidney/Pinto/Garbanzo
  • Canned Peas/Carrots
  • Single serve products (pull top lids) for homeless clients
  • 1 Lb. Rice
  • Pasta sauce
  • Vegetarian Products
  • Peanut Butter
  • Ravioli/Spaghetti Os
  • Chili
  • Canned Tomato Products
  • Ketchup/Mustard/Mayo
  • Canned Meat
  • Dried beans
  • For our Kids Pack program, we need:
  •  Macaroni & Cheese
  •  Ritz cracker twelve        packs (no peanut  products)
  •  Fruit cups (no added  sugar)
  •  Broth
  • Canned pumpkin

Temporarily not Needed