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Paving a Road to Feeding Hundreds in Jamul

After many years of volunteering at Jamul Community Church (JCC), Melodee Takasugi, newly retired from Cuyamaca Community College, took on a new role: running a Feeding San Diego food distribution partnership to make sure her community had the food they needed to thrive.

Jamul is a 16.8 square mile rural town […]

By |December 11, 2018|partners and alliances|0 Comments

Corporate and Community Groups Band Together to Fight Hunger—Teams for Good

This year Feeding San Diego launched Teams for Good, an opportunity for corporate and community groups to gather together and make an impact this holiday season by volunteering their time and donating to Feeding San Diego’s seasonal meal distributions. The groups that participated in this program far exceeded our expectations […]

By |December 10, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Retail Rescue Collaboration With Sprouts

“We believe healthy living is a journey and every meal is a choice. We love to inspire, educate and empower every person to eat healthier and live a better life.”

Sprouts Farmers Market is living its mission statement, which naturally aligns with Feeding San Diego’s efforts to solve hunger by providing […]

By |December 7, 2018|partners and alliances|0 Comments

Students Access New On-Campus Food Distribution by Carolina Chavez, San Diego Mesa College graduate and FSD partner volunteer

I was brought up to be a contributor—to give back to my community. I graduated from Mesa College in May 2018 and am now a Career Peer Ambassador here at the career center, where I get to help students create or update their resumes, and help them find jobs that […]

By |December 6, 2018|news|0 Comments

FROM MY PERSPECTIVE by Sandy McDonough, Vice Chair, FSD Board of Directors

A few years ago, I attended an hour-long fitness class and, before it started, the trainer paused to take in each one of us who had put in the time and effort to make it to the class and said, “You’re here.  Don’t waste it.” It struck me in that […]

By |November 26, 2018|news|0 Comments