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The Salvation Army first opened its doors in the Silicon Valley in 1884. Now we comprise five service facilities and serve over 120,000 people each year.

Our Daily Bread (ODB) serves free hot meals three days a week to hungry people without qualification or restriction. Participation in the program is the same for everyone without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation or disability.

2 reviews of Loaves & Fishes Family Kitchen "Such a wonderful non-profit organization! I actually attend St. Maria Goretti and was always interested in volunteering for Loaves & Fishes, so I finally decided too! On their website you can actually…

The Cecil White Center is a multiservice drop-in center, offering a variety of basic services to homeless or at-risk men & women including a hot meal, shower facilities, laundry services, clothing, mailing address, and phone access. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served weekdays.

History Nestled between downtown San Jose and the quaint town of Willow Glen lies a "little soup kitchen" which was started in 1981. Founder Louise Benson began this work out of her garage when she prepared and gave away peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the poor.