How to Help Hungry Bay Area Residents This Holiday Season

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Volunteers prepare Thanksgiving meals during the Great Thanksgiving Banquet hosted by the Bay Area Rescue Mission on November 22, 2017 in Richmond, California. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

A recent study by San Mateo's Second Harvest Food Bank found that one in four Silicon Valley residents are at risk for hunger. Hunger often impacts the most vulnerable, but can strike anyone. We talk with Bay Area food banks about where to find food if you're hungry, how to donate money or food, and how to volunteer.

David Goodman, CEO, Redwood Empire Food Bank in Santa Rosa
Meredith Nguyen, COO, SF-Marin Food Bank

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