Every March, Feeding San Diego (FSD) celebrates National Nutrition Month® alongside hunger-relief organizations across the country. The campaign focuses on building awareness of the link between hunger and health.
Families struggling with hunger often lack access to foods for a healthy diet. That struggle, combined with stress, and the coping strategies that many individuals and families employ when they are food insecure increase their chances of developing long-term health problems like obesity, diabetes and heart disease.
To combat this issue, FSD believes we have a responsibility to provide food that strengthens the health of our community. FSD integrates preventative health and nutrition education into hunger-relief programs to reduce the risk of diet-related chronic illness.
Help us take San Diego from hunger to health.
Attend a Volunteer Open House
Saturday, March 16, 2019
9:00 am to 11:00 am
Hosted at the Feeding San Diego Distribution Center
Volunteer open house events are a powerful way to learn more about Feeding San Diego. You’ll help prepare food to be distributed to San Diegans in need while learning about hunger in San Diego. Sign up today!
Make a gift to help provide nutritious meals that have the power to restore health, develop young minds and bring communities together. Because every $10 you give helps provide 40 meals, your contribution makes a tangible impact in our community.