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Former NFL Super Bowl Champion, Steve Weatherford, Gives Back to the Community for the Holidays

This holiday season, Steve Weatherford brought smiles to the faces of children, families, and seniors at Central Elementary when he donated more than $4,000 to Feeding San Diego to benefit students and neighbors in the community facing hunger. The generous gift from the Steve Weatherford Foundation will support our School [...]

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Retail Rescue Program Brings Out the Best in a Community

Faith Community, Sprouts, and Feeding San Diego Join Together to Feed Clairemont Walking into the garden courtyard of Community Christian Service Agency, across the street from Clairemont High School, you are immediately welcomed by the friendly volunteers and staff, and made to feel part of their circle. They know many [...]

An Innovative Approach to Getting Food to College Students: Feeding San Diego’s College Partnership Program

From the coast to the desert and all points in between, college students experience hunger. Many students, especially those who attend community colleges, work full time, raise children, and are pursuing second careers. They handle these competing stresses while also facing multiple financial pressures. According to a 2016 HOPE Lab [...]

OK, I Only Have $5, What Should I Eat? – A CalFresh Story

“I thought I didn’t deserve help, that I wasn’t poor enough or there were other people who needed it more than me,” explained Maria, a student at San Diego City College, when asked why she hadn’t applied for CalFresh earlier. This said by a young woman who is a full-time [...]

It’s Really Really Free: New Farmers Market Sprouts on Miramar College Campus

Almost everyone who encounters a Feeding San Diego farmers market on college campuses has trouble believing that everything is free. As humans just trying to get by with our daily lives in the fast-moving, hustling 21st Century, we can be forgiven for sometimes being a little suspicious or cynical. After [...]