Pacific Premier Bank has been our sponsor for two years in a row. In 2017, they supported our Hunger Walk, and now in 2018, they are among our two biggest sponsors for Hunger Awareness Day.
Founded in 1983, Pacific Premier Bank® is a state-chartered bank headquartered in Irvine, California, serving businesses and consumers throughout the United States. With approximately $8 billion in total assets, they are one of the strongest performing, diversified, and fastest growing community banks in the nation. Their commitment to providing unparalleled client service, supporting the businesses and individuals in the communities they serve, and enhancing shareholder value guides them in everything they do.
Our corporate sponsors facilitate our mission to alleviate hunger in San Luis Obispo County. We value their generosity through financial contributions and their year round support of the work we do in the community. We would like to thank and recognize these sponsors below. The Food Bank coordinates several major events throughout the year including, but not limited to, Hunger Awareness Day and Turkey Trot at Avila Beach. We offer several sponsorship opportunities for local businesses to show their support, each with great marketing benefits. To view our 2018 sponsorship packet, click here. To view a full list of our events please visit our event calendar.
"Pacific Premier Bank has the strength and performance to meet your business banking and commercial lending needs."
"Enjoy ever-changing menus created with the bounty of our beautiful Central Coast. Sourcing from their own Paso Farm, and working with the best of local Seafood and Meat vendors, their Kitchen will entice your palate with unique and satisfying offerings."
"If I give, my family and future generations will learn to care about their neighbors in need."
"As part of Berkshire Hathaway Energy’s expansion into the unregulated renewables market, a primary subsidiary – BHE Renewables – was developed to oversee unregulated solar, wind, hydro and geothermal projects."
"IQMS Means Manufacturing. They understand manufacturing challenges and deliver quality solutions that allow their customers to run their businesses better."
"Rabobank is a global leader in food and agriculture financing and sustainability-oriented banking."
"Wine, Waves & Beyond celebrates the best that Classic California has to offer."
Our corporate partners facilitate our mission to alleviate hunger in San Luis Obispo County. We value their generosity through in-kind contributions, services, and their year-round support of the work we do in our community. We would like to thank and recognize these partners below.
We are fortunate to have the support of many businesses that choose to improve the health of their community by supporting the Food Bank by way of donating money, services, or material. Thank you for collaborating with us in our effort to alleviate hunger in San Luis Obispo County.
The goal of the Nourish Our Future Campaign is to raise $2.5 million in one year for the development and complete ownership of a new Food Bank central facility in San Luis Obispo, which will be suited to better meet the needs of the local food insecure population throughout the county. We are grateful for the support from individuals and businesses who have chosen to support this effort. Learn more »
The Helen and Will Webster Foundation
The B.Wayne Hughes Jr. Charitable Foundation
Frederick Seykora and Anne Kellogg
Rick & Jill Stollmeyer
George Hoag Family Foundation
Melissa and Praveen Babu
George T. Mase
Lynn M Cullen
B.K. Simon Family Charitable Foundation
Abe & Val Flory
Concettina and Allyn Arnold
Craig and Susan Armstrong
Dr. Daniel Levi
Lois and Cliff Elliott
Susan and Tom Stenovec
Rich and Carol Hungerford
Michael & Jennifer Dwalooba
William and Janice Pluma
AZ Sinsheimer Family Memory Fund
We are grateful to have been chosen as the recipient of various grants in support of our programming. Thank you for believing in our work.
Helen & Wilton Webster Family Foundation
Our mission is to work with a network of community partners to alleviate hunger in San Luis Obispo County and build a healthier community.