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How To Make The Most of Food Bank Resources. 3/16/2012. How To Make The Most of Food Bank Resources. Presenter: Mark Kokoletsos Second Harvest Food Bank Agency Relations Manager 650-610-0800x402 [email protected] 2. Contact Information. Your Agency Relations Managers

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How to make the most of food bank resources

How To Make The Most of Food Bank Resources

3/16/2012


How to make the most of food bank resources1

How To Make The Most of Food Bank Resources

Presenter: Mark Kokoletsos

Second Harvest Food Bank

Agency Relations Manager

650-610-0800x402

[email protected]

2


Contact information

Contact Information

Your Agency Relations Managers

  • Shirley Chang, based in Santa Clara County. Territory includes San Jose, South, West and Northern Santa Clara County. 408-266-8866x272, [email protected]

  • Tometrius Paxton, based in Santa Clara County. Territory includes Southern San Mateo County, Palo Alto and East San Jose. 408-266-8866x421, [email protected]

  • Mark Kokoletsos, based in San Mateo County. Territory includes all of San Mateo County excluding, Redwood City, Menlo Park, and East Palo Alto. 650-610-0800x402, [email protected]


Minimum requirements

Minimum Requirements

Agency partners must have and/or attended the following to be in compliance and receive food:

  • New Shopper Orientation. Allows you to pick up from the Food Bank, Produce Markets and to order online

  • Annual Food Safety Training

  • Current certificate of general liability insurance. Make Second Harvest Food Bank a certificate holder. Use proper address.

  • In addition, the monthly report of individuals served is due by the 7th of every month.

  • Response to bi-annual monitor report


Minimum requirement details

Minimum Requirement Details

  • New Shopper Orientation is the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month from 10-11:00

  • Food Safety Training schedule is sent out at least once a month. This is a yearly requirement that all agencies need to fulfill.

  • Insurance is updated once a year for all agencies

  • Monthly individuals served report is due monthly by the 7th

  • Monitor is held at agency sites at least every two years including satellite sites.


How do i fulfill those requirements

How Do I Fulfill Those Requirements?

New Shopper Orientation & Monitor Response

Contact your Agency Relations Manager

Authorization letter on letterhead designating the new shopper is required. Please include agency numbers

Food Safety Training

Contact Lynn Lovely, [email protected]

Monthly Individuals Served Report Link

Online process, http://reports.shfoodbank.com/

Online Ordering Link

www.agencyexpress3.org/agencyexpress30/newlogin.aspx


What other resources do we have

What Other Resources Do We Have?

  • Contact Agency Relations Manager for:

    • Regular monthly delivery for orders over 20 cases

    • Grocery Rescue: picking up donations at local grocery stores

    • Donations of equipment and supplies

  • Produce Markets (Hubs). Schedule sent out weekly by email.

    • Email Lynn Lovely to be added to the list: [email protected]

  • CalFresh (aka: SNAP, Food Stamps): Staff/volunteer pre-screener training, Application Clinics. Visit resource table at Resource Fair.


What other resources do we have1

What Other Resources Do We Have?

  • Food Connection: Computerized listing of Pantry’s, Soup Kitchens and Shelters in San Mateo & Santa Clara Counties. 1-800-984-3663

  • Nutrition Dept: Spanish speaker available for your agency, can provide on site training. Nutrition resource room with nutrition materials available at Curtner and San Carlos. Contacts:

    • Madoka Gaspar, [email protected] or Janet Hung, [email protected]

  • USDA Food for Pantries, Soup Kitchens and Shelters

    • Eligibility requirements and forms available from your Agency Relations Manager


What other resources do we have2

What Other Resources Do We Have?

  • Special holiday food & gift cards.

    • For Pantry’s, Soup Kitchens and Shelters only

  • Donated gift cards. Contact Agency Relations Manager


San mateo county hub locations

San Mateo County Hub Locations

Monday

  • Jefferson Elementary School, 19 Hill Street, Daly City, 9-9:45 a.m.

  • Robin Hood Lodge, Bloom Lane and Main Street, Half Moon Bay, 12:15-1:00 p.m.

    Tuesday

  • First Presbyterian Church of San Mateo, 194 W. 25th Ave., San Mateo, 9:00-10:00 a.m. 

  • Onetta Harris Community Center, 100 Terminal Avenue, Menlo Park, 11:00- 12:00 p.m.

    Wednesday AfternoonFriday Morning

  • San Carlos Warehouse 12:30-1:30San Carlos Warehouse 7:30-8:30


Hub locations in santa clara county

Hub Locations in Santa Clara County

Thursday

  • Salvation Army, 359 N. 4th Street, San Jose, 8:30-9:30AM

    Tuesday

  • San Jose Food Bank Warehouse 7:30-8:30 &12:30-1:30

    Wednesday

  • San Jose Food Bank Warehouse 7:30-8:30


Usda forms

USDA Forms

  • See your Agency Relations Manager for current USDA forms. The current forms list includes:

    • 2011-12 Income guidelines in English and Spanish

    • Alternate Pick Up forms in English and Spanish

    • EFAP Certificate of Eligibility (aka: efa-7)

    • Distribution Site Report of Congregate Feeding Agencies-(Soup Kitchens)

    • Distribution Site Report of Household Participation- (Pantries)

    • USDA reports due by the 7th of the month


Online ordering

Online Ordering

  • Ordering link: www.agencyexpress3.org/agencyexpress30/newlogin.aspx

  • Orders must be submitted by noon the day before pick up or delivery

  • Request additional logins through Agency Relations Manager. The shopper will need to have an email account and have attended New Shopper Orientation.


Ae3 online ordering

AE3, Online Ordering

  • Having your own login with related email address is important. This way you will receive the order confirmations when order is released

  • Contact your Agency Relations Manager with any questions or changes

  • You may edit your order after submitting but before noon the day before pick up or delivery


Agency express 3 login page

Agency Express 3 Login Page


Ae3 shopping list

AE3 Shopping List


Ae3 checkout

AE3 Checkout

Make sure quantities in Order Qty boxes are equal to or less than amount in Available Qty box


Ae3 order management

AE3 Order Management

Go to this page after you have submitted your order to see that it was submitted and to edit the order. When you submit order successfully the system will automatically take you to this page. Your current order is on top of the list.


Ae3 order management editing

AE3 Order Management & Editing

Click on pencil to edit order. Click on red circle with white x to cancel order. Click on printer to see order.


Ae3 scheduler

AE3 Scheduler

All of your appointments for the month are located on this page. Make sure to look at the type: Pickup or Delivery


Ae3 common mistakes

AE3 Common Mistakes

  • Forgot to submit cart

  • Attempt to submit cart with quantity error

  • Can not see the appointment. Change Pickup/Delivery box to Pickup or Delivery mode to see the appointment.

  • Refresh screen to see new data. F5 button or Green up & down arrows at top of screen


Ae3 shopping list tips

AE3 Shopping List Tips

  • How allocations work—each time you order you will see the maximum available

  • The list will change daily, order what you need when you see it 

  • Review the entire list, don’t filter to your favorites, you will miss something

  • Order each type of canned vegetable or fruit

  • Don’t forget to look at the USDA items, if you’re agency is eligible. They may replace purchased or donated items that you need but are not seeing

  • Contact your Agency Relations Manager if you are not getting enough or need special items.  We will try to accommodate you.


Changes at shfb

Changes AT SHFB

  • No produce available online. Produce will only be available at Produce Hubs and through direct produce deliveries. See schedule pages 10 & 11

  • PUSH:

    • We will deliver a variety of produce to your agency each scheduled delivery during a specified time window. Produce will come in bins, on pallets, and in special reusable plastic containers (RPC) that must be returned. As your program moves forward, we will adjust the amount delivered as you learn about your capacity and client needs. Minimum of 100-150 families. Distribution days can be Monday-Saturday.


San jose warehouse time changes

San Jose Warehouse Time Changes

New Warehouse Hours San Jose:

  • Monday: Warehouse opens at 7:30, closes at noon for lunch. Reopens at 12:30 and closes at 3:00. Last agency orders are scheduled for 11:30 & 2:30

  • Tuesday: Warehouse opens at 7:30 for Produce Hub until 8:30. Open 8:30-12:00 for order pick up, closes at noon for lunch. Reopens at 12:30 for Produce Hub until 1:30. Open1:30-3:00 for order pickup. Last agency orders are scheduled for 11:30 & 2:30

  • Wednesday: Warehouse opens at 7:30 for Produce Hub until 8:30. Open 8:30-12:00 for order pick up, closes at noon for lunch. Reopens at 12:30 and closes at 3:00. Last agency orders are scheduled for 11:30 & 2:30

  • Thursday: Warehouse closed in the morning.

    Open 12:30-3:00 for order pick up.

  • Friday: Warehouse opens at 7:30, closes at noon for lunch. Reopens at 12:30 and closes at 3:00. Last agency orders are scheduled for 11:30 & 2:30


San carlos warehouse time changes

San Carlos Warehouse Time Changes

New Warehouse Hours San Carlos:

  • Monday: Warehouse is Closed

  • Tuesday: Warehouse closed in the morning. Warehouse open for order pick up 1-3:00.

  • Wednesday: Warehouse opens at 7:30, closes at noon for lunch, reopens at 12:30 for Produce Hub until 1:30. Reopens for order pick up 1:30-3:00. Last agency orders are scheduled for 11:30 & 2:30

  • Thursday: Warehouse opens at 7:30, closes at noon for lunch. Reopens at 12:30 and closes at 3:00. Last agency orders are scheduled for 11:30 & 2:30

  • Friday: Warehouse opens at 7:30 for Produce Hub until 8:30. Open for order pick up 8:30-12:00. Closes at noon for lunch. Reopens at 12:30 and closes at 3:00 for order pick up. Last agency orders are scheduled for 11:30 & 2:30


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