The Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank
The Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank and the North County Food Bank chapter comprise the largest hunger-relief organization in San Diego County. Last year, the Food Bank distributed 28 million pounds of food, and the Food Bank serves, on average, 350,000 people per month in San Diego County.
Through the North County Food Bank chapter and by partnering with nearly 500 nonprofit partners with feeding programs, the Food Bank provides nutritious food to individuals and families in need in communities throughout San Diego County.
For more information about The Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank, click here.
Leftovers of Love
At Leftovers of Love, we are turning leftovers into meals for the hungry and homeless in the San Diego community.
By donating the leftovers of your business events, parties, and any other gatherings which result in excess food that would typically go to waste, our homeless and other food insecure members of the community will be provided a meal.
San Diego Rescue Mission
Throughout its history, the San Diego Rescue Mission’s programs have adapted to meet the changing needs of San Diego’s homeless and needy populations.
Based on this vision, the City Rescue Mission was founded in 1955 and immediately began providing food, clothing and spiritual guidance to the region’s homeless.
In 2004, San Diego Rescue Mission consolidated all of its rehabilitation programs into the former Harbor View Medical Center at 120 Elm Street, doubling its capacity to help more people than ever.