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COVID-19 Food Insecurity Help

Updated: May 27

The Corona Virus has impacted social and individual health systems which has resulted in unprecedented social and economic turmoil. All sectors of society are working together to reduce the human toll and reduce its spread. A collaborative effort between the non-profit organizations of Second Harvest Food Bank, Catholic Charities, and Love our Neighbors has developed in response to the increased need for food among seniors, low income families and many others impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.


The three organizations are working together to process requests, prepare food donations and make food deliveries directly to households/individuals in Manteca, Tracy, Lathrop and Stockton.


Requests for food may be submitted through Love our Neighbors Go to loveourneighbors.org; click on the get help or Link to form: https://www.loveourneighbors.org/covid-get-help

OR, requests may be submitted directly through Second Harvest at (209) 239-2091.


Second Harvest will have a Representative take your information and schedule delivery by Catholic Charities and its other collaborative partners.

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San Joaquin County

Stockton (Main)

1106 N. El Dorado St.

Stockton, CA 95202

209-444-5900

Stanislaus County

Modesto (New Location)

1506 H Street

Modesto, CA 95354

209-529-3784

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Sonora

88 Bradford Street

Sonora, CA 95370

209-532-7632

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531 W. Lockeford St.

Lodi, CA 95240

209-224-8506

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