Join us for our First Annual 5K Run, Walk, and Crawl!
Sunday September 29, 2019 at Los Angeles Historic Park
1245 N Spring St. Los Angeles CA 90012

This event is open to participants of all ages and abilities. Help us end hunger here in Los Angeles by participating and getting sponsorship through your family, friends and co-workers.

Raise money to enable World Harvest Food Bank to feed families in and around Los Angeles with food insecurities. The race will take place at Los Angeles State Historic Park. All participants will receive race shirt, finishers medal, post-race refreshments, a truly unforgettable post-race entertainment and music.


become a monthly charitable partner

The ongoing support of Monthly Charitable Partners, allows World Harvest to further its mission and provide nutritious food  every single day.


World Harvest has always embrace healthy living... Eat Better, Live Better. We strive to bring fresh organic fruits and vegetables to all of our families. In addition to meats, sashimi-grade fish, milk and eggs when available.


Want to make a difference? Come and volunteer with us. Click below and become part our mission!


LA Zoo

Of the surplus that is collected, approximately 10 tons per month is shared with animals at the LA City Zoo. This food would have been landfill, but instead, is donated by World Harvest. The program started in December of 2017 when Republic Services and World Harvest partnered up to find ways to better use the valuable food. Since the program began in December 2017, in 6 months alone, over 74 tons of food that would have been wasted, was instead shared with Zoo animals.



Nothing goes to waste at World Harvest!In fact, all produce, vegetable, and bread, pastries, pastas collected by World Harvest, but unable to be distributed to families or animals at the LA ZOO, because of spoilage or damage, is sent to composting by Republic Services.

Approximately 40 tons per month  is processed at Agromin, where the food waste is turned into nutrient rich soil amendment.

Since the composting program began in February 2018 to June 2018, over 180 tons of spoiled food have been composted.