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We Are Now Feeding San Diego

After nine years of rapid growth, our board and leadership have conducted a thorough review of our organization’s strategic plan and mission. Our mission guides both what we do and how we do it: We are committed to a culture of responsibility and dignity and to leading our local community in the […]

By |October 3, 2016|news, special announcements|Comments Off on We Are Now Feeding San Diego

Nutritious Food and Education Help Fuel Summer

By Lisa Huynh, AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associate

When schools are out for the summer, many children who rely on school lunches no longer have breakfast and/or lunch. Kids who come from low-income families may not have access to a meal every day. With the scarcity of food, kids are more likely to […]

By |July 13, 2016|campaigns and events, community resources, Feeding Excellence, Feeding Families, health and nutrition, news|Comments Off on Nutritious Food and Education Help Fuel Summer

North Eats Food Festival to Benefit FSD

The third annual North Eats food festival hosted by Baker & Olive on June 26 will benefit Feeding San Diego with $5 of every ticket going to our hunger-relief efforts. Just $5 can provide 20 meals through our efficient distribution model.

Use promo code “ENDHUNGER” before June 12 to receive $20 […]

By |June 8, 2016|campaigns and events, partners and alliances, special announcements|Comments Off on North Eats Food Festival to Benefit FSD

Feeding San Diego Participates in Starbucks FoodShare Pilot

CBS This Morning correspondent John Blackstone recently reported on a first in the nation pilot program between Starbucks and Feeding San Diego. The program was inspired by Starbucks employees, who cringed while watching unsold sandwiches, parfaits and food boxes go into the garbage every evening.

Through the Feeding America and Starbucks partnership, the company […]

By |May 23, 2016|community resources, news, partners and alliances, special announcements|Comments Off on Feeding San Diego Participates in Starbucks FoodShare Pilot

Map the Meal Gap 2016

Released today, Map the Meal Gap 2016 finds that 423,130 people, including 151,440 children, in San Diego County experience food insecurity, or the equivalent of 13.3 percent of San Diegans. The study results reveal that San Diego County ranks in the top seven metro areas with the highest number of children living […]

By |April 28, 2016|community resources, news, special announcements|Comments Off on Map the Meal Gap 2016