#MountainViewCan | #LosAltosCan

CSA has a unique canned food drive planned for the summer, a time of year when donations are historically low – a social media campaign designed to encourage everyone to bring at least one can of healthy food to their local food pantry. #CanChallenge is simple:  from July 22nd- August 2nd, bring a can of food (or several) to your local food pantry (CSA or another one near you) and post a photograph or video of yourself doing so on social media. Tag your post with #CanChallenge, #CSAcares, and #Can, e.g., #MountainViewCan. CSA is especially in need of pop-top meals for those without kitchen access, high protein items, low-sodium canned vegetables, and fruits in their own juices. If no “CAN” do, monetary donations to assist us in purchasing food are much appreciated, too.

New this year is a video contest! Submit a creative video inspiring people to donate canned food and win a CSA t-shirt! See official rules for details on how to participate.

2019 Hometown Heroes

Thursday, September 12, 2019
Computer History Museum

It’s that time of year again! Our “Hometown Heroes” celebration is right around the corner – on Thursday, September 12th at the Computer History Museum.

This year we are delighted to honor one individual, one company and one faith congregation – all of whom exemplify the spirit of giving and compassion for CSA and the community at large.

  • Mary Prochnow, Community Leader
  • Atlassian Software Company
  • Mountain View Central Seventh-day Adventist Church

Tickets will go on sale Monday, August 5th. The price per ticket is $55 through August 31. Ticket prices increase to $60 on September 1st.

Corporate Sponsorships are available, beginning at $550 for a table of 10. For more information, please contact Anita Grossman in the Development Office or call (650) 968-0836, extension 115.

2020 Empty Bowls Soup Supper

Sunday, March 8th, 2020

Central Seventh Day Adventist Church – 1425 Springer Road, Mountain View 

Thank you to everyone who attended the 2019 Empty Bowls Soup Supper. We sold nearly 300 tickets, with  both seatings selling out in advance! All total, the event raised $28,000 for our Homeless Prevention Services (HPS) program helps members in our community who are on the brink of homelessness, as well as those who are currently unhoused.

Planning is already underway for the 2020 event. Please contact the Development Office at (650) 968-0836, extension 115, if you are interested in being on the event committee.