It started with an 8 year old boy by the name of Casidy Sterner, and his father Ewell Sterner who volunteered at the local food bank and rescue mission in San Diego, California. Casidy asked “how can this be? What can we do to help more?” From there Hunger at Home was born, Ewell Sterner was then the Area Director of Food and Beverage for Hilton Hotels and he found an amazing group of people to come together and share the passion of ‘people helping people’. Together the team created Hunger at … Read More... about The Founders
in Santa Clara County
Living on the street, in parks, encampments, vehicles, or other places not meant for human
There are 824 transition age homeless youth And 59 unaccompanied homeless children
Casidy and Ewell Sterner at the recent Black Tie Gala.
Raised over $1M for our Mission
It’s #GivingTuesday and we appreciate your support.
40% of all food produced globally goes to landfills. HUNGER AT HOME has SAVED MILLIONS of meals from landfills and provided to those in our community in need. It doesn't stop here. Whether it be food, personal necessities, bedding or houseware items - we work with our partner community to Bridge the Gap between surplus and need. Please help us continue our programs into 2019. You not only support the food insecure and those experiencing homelessness, but also help reduce our community’s carbon … Read More.... about It’s #GivingTuesday and we appreciate your support.
GuideStar Seal of Transparency
Hunger at Home is proud to announce our recent GuideStar Bronze Seal of Transparency. GuideStar USA’s mission is to revolutionize philanthropy and nonprofit practice by providing information that advances transparency, enables users to make better decisions, and encourages charitable giving. This allows supporters, donors and sponsors of Hunger at Home to have access to verified information about our organization. Our aim is to share as much information as possible about who we are and what we … Read More... about GuideStar Seal of Transparency