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 … 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
Hunger at Home Assists SJ Flood Victims
On Feb. 22nd, Andersen Dam overflowed and San Jose's Coyote Creek flooded many neighborhood in the downtown area. This sudden event caught many off guard and forced 14,000 residents into mandatory evacuation. The areas flooded includes mobile home parks, apartments and historic victorians in in … Read More... about Hunger at Home Assists San Jose Flood Victims
2017 Annual Benefit Concert
Save the date! Friday, November 10th
Sponsors and Partners
SPONSORS & NON-PROFIT PARTNERS OUR SPONSORS: Hunger at Home has joined forces with a number of prominent organizations across the Bay Area and have received tons of food and supplies that we deliver to the service organizations who help our homeless youth and those most in need. OUR NON-PROFIT PARTNERS: Our non-profit partners include many organizations that you see helping everyday as well as great organizations that work daily to improve the lives of our most needy. We feel honored and humbled to have the opportunity to work with these great … Read More... about
2016 Black-Tie Gala raises $1M!
Hunger at Home held a successful Black-Tie Gala event titled "Bridge the Gap", on November 18, 2016, hosted by Team San Jose. this event brought in over $1,000,000 in cash and in-kind services. Over 1,000 guests enjoyed an evening of VIP treatment in the heart of downtown San Jose at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center. Hunger at Home invited select local charities, Martha’s Kitchen, The Salvation Army and Bill Wilson Center, to participate and they received a portion of proceeds raised from this fundraiser for their dedication to alleviate the hunger and homeless crisis in our community. … Read More... about 2016 Black Tie Gala