Annual Report 2021: Volunteers

Over the last eighteen months, individuals and group volunteers have continued to support Peninsula Family Service (PFS) participants with distanced projects to let our community know just how valued they are.  

Food security has consistently been a high priority to the community PFS supports. Donations of meal and pantry boxes have poured in with an impressive amount of more than 29,871 boxes given out. Donations of non-perishable, pre-cooked meals, and Thanksgiving dinners supplemented the food distribution from Second Harvest Food for PFS participants.  

Volunteers have also contributed to end-of-year gifts for the children, families, and individuals PFS supports. Year-round, notecards and hygiene kits have been distributed to our families, individuals, and older adult community. The teachers at PFS early learning centers have also been given wellness items multiple times during COVID-19 to appreciate our own essential workers.

Thank you to the following groups for their support over the past year

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
The Cool School
The Community Advertising Agency
Deloitte LLP
Enterprise Holdings
Foothill Auxiliary to Peninsula Family Service
Hensel Phelps
Hillsborough Auxiliary to Peninsula Family Service
KNBR 680 / 1050
Moms Against Poverty
MTO Center Hillsborough
National Charity League (NCL),
Crystal Springs Chapter
Odyssey School Families
Peninsula Food Runners
Populus Group, LLC
Project Glimmer
Red-Car-Bel Auxiliary aka The Family Tree
Redwood City Woman’s Club
Relief Society – The Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
St. Ignatius College Preparatory
Young Men’s Service League (YMSL),
Crystal Springs Chapter

Read the full 2021 Annual Report here: https://www.peninsulafamilyservice.org/annual-report-2021/

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