Feeding San Diego works with local and national partners to create easy ways to make a difference in the fight against hunger. See below for a complete listing of our current give backs.
Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. Simply visit Feeding San Diego’s Amazon Smile page to begin shopping—and fighting hunger.
Earn free tennis clinics and private lessons by volunteering at Feeding San Diego. Attend two volunteer shifts to receive one free clinic or four shifts for a free private lesson. Sign up to volunteer then contact Bobby Riggs Tennis Club & Museum for your clinic or lesson.
For every slice of their “Pineapple Upside-Down Cheesecake” flavor sold, The Cheesecake Factory will donate $0.25 to Feeding America. (50% of funds raised in San Diego County will stay local!)
inField Market is a supplier marketplace that allows food and beverage businesses to move excess ingredients and raw materials back into the supply chain. They help businesses rescue food supplies and ingredients at a discount before they go to waste, opening the door for low-risk innovation and savings. inField Market donates 1% of all surplus ingredient sales to support San Diegans struggling with hunger.
Join MOGL and receive 10% cash back on your purchases at MOGL participating restaurants and bars. For every transaction over $20, MOGL will donate meals to Feeding San Diego.
Say Goodnight to Hunger! For each completed stay at any participating Omni regardless of how the reservation is made, Omni will donate a meal to a local family in need through Feeding America.
Year round, GoMacro donates 1% of net proceeds from their Everlasting Joy MacroBar sales to Feeding San Diego. Go ahead and buy healthy protein bars to support Feeding San Diego.
With a desire to set a place at the table for everyone, Pampered Chef’s Round-Up from the Heart campaign encourages you to “round up” their orders to the nearest dollar or more. These contributions benefit the Feeding America network food bank that serves the local community where the donation is made.