MAZON makes annual partnership grants to carefully screened partner organizations that help us to advance our mission in their communities. These partners represent a diverse mix of organizations: large and small, urban and rural, food banks, food pantries, multi-service organizations, policy organizations, and faith-based initiatives.

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During the 2013 fiscal year, MAZON awarded $4 million in partnership grants to 254 domestic and 23 international organizations. Below is a complete list of MAZON partnership grant recipients for 2013:

Bay Area Food Bank, Theodore

Food Bank of Alaska, Anchorage
Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, Soldotna
Juneau Cooperative Christian Ministry dba The Glory Hole, Juneau

Association of Arizona Food Banks, Phoenix
St. Jude Food Bank, Tuba City

Arkansas Foodbank Network, Little Rock

Alameda County Community Food Bank, Oakland
Amador-Tuolumne Community Resources, Jackson
California Association of Food Banks, Oakland
California Food Policy Advocates, Oakland
California Hunger Action Coalition, Los Angeles
Catholic Charities, Diocese of San Diego, San Diego
Community Action Partnership of Kern, Bakersfield
Community Action Partnership of Orange County, Garden Grove
Daughters of Charity Ministry Services, Lynwood
Community Bridges, Santa Cruz
Food Bank Coalition of San Luis Obispo County, Paso Robles
Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano, Concord
Food For People, Eureka
FOOD Share, Oxnard
Foodbank of Santa Barbara County, Santa Barbara
FoodLink for Tulare County, Inc., Visalia
Foothill Unity Center, Inc., Monrovia
Fresno Metro Ministry, Fresno
Hunger Action Los Angeles, Los Angeles
Imperial Valley Food Bank, El Centro
Jewish Family and Children’s Services, San Francisco
Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles/SOVA, Los Angeles
Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute, Torrance
Los Angeles Community Action Network, Los Angeles
Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, Los Angeles
Project Chicken Soup, Culver City
Public Counsel, Los Angeles
Redwood Empire Food Bank, Santa Rosa
Sacramento Housing Alliance, Sacramento
San Diego Hunger Coalition, San Diego
San Francisco Food Bank, San Francisco
Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties, San Jose
Second Harvest Food Bank Santa Cruz County, Watsonville
Senior Community Centers, San Diego
St. Anthony Foundation, San Francisco
St. Joseph Center, Venice
St. Joseph’s Family Center, Gilroy
St. Margaret’s Center, Lennox
St. Mary’s Center, Oakland
Sunnyvale Community Services, Sunnyvale
The Resource Connection Food Bank, San Andreas
Union Station Homeless Services, Pasadena
Western Center on Law and Poverty, Los Angeles
Westside Food Bank, Santa Monica

Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado, Colorado Springs
Denver Urban MinistriesDenver
Hunger Free Colorado
, Centennial 
Jewish Family Service of Colorado, Denver
La Puente Home Inc., Alamosa
Metro CareRing, Denver
Weld Food Bank, Greeley

Brass City Harvest, Waterbury
Connecticut Association for Human Services, Hartford
Connecticut Food Bank, East Haven
End Hunger Connecticut!, Hartford
FOODSHARE, Bloomfield
Jewish Federation Association of Connecticut, Hartford

Food Bank of Delaware, Newark

District of Columbia
Bread for the City, Washington, DC
D.C. Hunger Solutions, Washington, DC
Food & Friends, Washington, DC

Christians Reaching Out to Society, Lake Worth
Farmworkers Self-Help, Dade City
Florida Impact, Tallahassee
Treasure Coast Food Bank, Ft. Pierce

Atlanta Community Food Bank, Atlanta
Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, Atlanta

Kauai Independent Food Bank, Lihue

Idaho Community Action Network, Boise
Idaho Hunger Relief Task Force, Garden City
The Idaho Foodbank, Boise

A Just Harvest, Chicago
Greater Chicago Food Depository, Chicago
Illinois Hunger Coalition, Chicago
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago/EZRA Multi-Service Center, Chicago
Northern Illinois Food Bank, St. Charles
The ARK, Chicago
Heartland Health Outreach Inc, Chicago

Community Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Indiana, Fort Wayne
Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard, Bloomington

God’s Pantry Food Bank, Lexington
Jewish Community of Louisville, Louisville
Kentucky Association of Food Banks, Berea

Louisiana Food Bank Association, Baton Rouge
Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana, New Orleans

Beverly Bootstraps Community Services, Inc., Beverly
Cambridge Economic Opportunity Committee, Cambridge
Community Servings, Jamaica Plain
Falmouth Service Center, Falmouth
Food Bank of Western Massachusetts, Hatfield
Grow Clinic for Children, Boston
Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, Boston
Open Pantry Community Services, Springfield
The Greater Boston Food Bank, Boston
Worcester County Food Bank, Shrewsbury

Jewish Community Services, Baltimore
Maryland Hunger Solutions, Baltimore

Maine Equal Justice Partners, Augusta

Access of West Michigan, Grand Rapids
Center for Civil Justice, Saginaw
Focus:HOPE, Detroit
Food Bank Council of Michigan, Lansing
Forgotten Harvest, Oak Park
Gleaners Community Food Bank, Detroit
Yad Ezra, Berkley

Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches, Minneapolis
Hunger Solutions Minnesota, St. Paul
Legal Services Advocacy Project, Minneapolis
Open Arms of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Saint Paul Area Council of Churches, St. Paul
Second Harvest Heartland, St. Paul
White Earth Land Recovery Project/ Native Harvest, Callaway

Jewish Family & Children’s Service, St. Louis
Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, St. Louis
Migrant Farmworkers Project, Kansas City
Missouri Association for Social Welfare, Jefferson CIty
Missouri Rural Crisis Center, Columbia

Public Policy Center of Mississippi, Jackson

Missoula Food Bank, Missoula
Montana Food Bank Network, Missoula

North Carolina
Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina, Raleigh
Jewish Family Services of Greater Charlotte, Charlotte
MANNA FoodBank, Asheville
Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina, Charlotte
Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina, Winston-Salem

New Hampshire
Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter, Inc., Nashua

New Jersey
Elijah’s Promise, New Brunswick
Freehold Area Open Door, Freehold
Jewish Family & Children s Service of Greater Mercer County, Princeton
Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest New Jersey, Whippany
Mercer Street Friends, Trenton

New Mexico
Kitchen Angels, Santa Fe
New Mexico Association of Food Banks, Albuquerque
New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty, Albuquerque
Roadrunner Food Bank, Albuquerque

New York
Council of Senior Centers and Services of New York City, New York
Dutchess Outreach, Poughkeepsie
Empire Justice Center, Rochester
FOCUS Churches of Albany, Inc., Albany
Food Bank For New York City, New York
Food Bank of Central New York, Syracuse
Food Bank of the Southern Tier, Elmira
God’s Love We Deliver, New York
Health and Welfare Council of Long Island, Hempstead
Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion, New York
Help from People to People, Nanuet
Hunger Action Network of New York State, Albany
Hunger Solutions New York, Inc., Albany
Island Harvest, Mineola
Jewish Community Council of Canarsie, Brooklyn
Just Food, New York
Neighbors Together, Brooklyn
New York City Coalition Against Hunger, New York City
Part of the Solution (POTS), Bronx
Project Hospitality, Staten Island
Rockland Jewish Family Service, West Nyack
Schenectady Inner City Ministry, Schenectady
St. John’s Bread and Life, Brooklyn
Syracuse Jewish Family Service, Syracuse
The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine, New York
West Side Campaign Against Hunger, New York

Food Bank of Northern NevadaMcCarran
Project MANAIncline Village

Children’s Hunger Alliance, Columbus
Cleveland Foodbank, Inc., Cleveland
Jewish Family Service of the Cincinnati Area, Cincinnati
Ohio Association of Second Harvest Foodbanks, Columbus

Community Action Project of Tulsa County, Tulsa
Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, Inc., Tulsa
Oklahoma Policy Institute, Tulsa
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City

FOOD for Lane County, Eugene
Jewish Family & Child Service, Portland
Oregon Food Bank, Portland
Partners for Hunger-Free Oregon, Portland
Sisters Of The Road, Portland

Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, Harrisburg
Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley, Bethlehem
Community Legal Services, Philadelphia
Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger, Philadelphia
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, Duquesne
HIAS Pennsylvania (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society), Philadelphia
Hunger-Free Pennsylvania , McMurray
Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Philadelphia, Philadelphia
Jewish Family & Children s Service of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
Jewish Family Services of York, York
Just Harvest Education Fund, Pittsburgh
Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance, Philadelphia
Mitzvah Food Project, Philadelphia
Pennsylvania Hunger Action Center, Harrisburg
Sescond Harvest Food Bank of Northwest Pennsylvania, Erie

Rhode Island
Rhode Island Community Food Bank, Providence

South Carolina
Lowcountry Food Bank, North Charleston
South Carolina Appleseed Legal Justice Center, Columbia

Community Food Advocates, Nashville
Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands, Nashville
Mid-South Food Bank, Memphis
Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee, Gray

Center for Public Policy Priorities, Austin
High Plains Food Bank, Amarillo
Houston Food Bank, Houston
International AIDS Empowerment, El Paso
Regional East Texas Food Bank, Tyler
San Antonio Food Bank, San Antonio
South Plains Food Bank, Lubbock
Texas Food Bank Network, Austin 

Crossroads Urban Center, Salt Lake City
Utahns Against Hunger, Salt Lake City

Hunger Free Vermont, South Burlington
Vermont Foodbank, Barre

Federation of Virginia Food Banks, Norfolk
Feeding America Southwest Virginia, Salem

Asian Counseling and Referral Service, Seattle
Children’s Alliance, Seattle
Food Lifeline, Shoreline
Jewish Family Service of Seattle, Seattle
Lifelong AIDS Alliance, Seattle
Northwest Harvest, Seattle
SeaShare, Bainbridge Island
Washington Food Coalition, Seattle

Hunger Task Force, Milwaukee
Wisconsin Council of Churches, Sun Prairie

Northeast Regional Anti-Hunger Network, East Boston, MA
South East Public Benefits and Training Group, Jackson, MS
Western Region Anti-Hunger Consortium, Seattle, WA

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Washington, DC
Congressional Hunger Center, Washington, DC
Feeding America, Chicago, IL
Food Research and Action Center, Washington, DC
Migrant Legal Action Program, Washington, DC
Move For Hunger, Neptune, NJ
National Commodity Supplemental Food Program Association, Houston, TX

Jewish Foundation for the Righteous
The Global FoodBanking Network
The Survivor Mitzvah Project

Adva Center, Tel Aviv
Be’er-Sova, Be’er Sheva
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Community Advocacy, Jerusalem
Ezrat Avot, Jerusalem
Israel Religious Action Center, Jerusalem
Latet – Israeli Humanitarian Aid, Tel Aviv
Leket Israel, Ranana
Leo Baeck Education Center, Haifa
North American Conference on Ethiopian Jewry
The Jaffa Institute, Jaffa
Yad Ezer L Haver, Haifa
Yad Ezra V’Shulamit, Jerusalem
YEDID: The Association for Community Empowerment, Jerusalem

Fundacion Banco de Alimentos, San Martin, Buenos Aires

Eastern Africa
DIG Development in Gardening

El Salvador
The SHARE Foundation: Building a New El Salvador Today

Friends of the Children of Lascahobas, Haiti
Lambi Fund of Haiti

Rain for the Sahel and Sahara

South Africa
African Solutions to African Problems (ASAP)
Ikamva Labantu, Cape Town
Southern African Union of Temple Sisterhoods, Johannesburg, Gauteng