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Distributes healthy meals and water to civilians and veterans in need. Serves approximately 100 meals to the homeless every Wednesday and Thursday evening at 6pm in San Diego's East Village at the corner of 16th street and Island.
Provides congregate meals, bags of food and hygiene/grooming products.
2083 Sunset Cliffs Boulevard, Trinity Chapel at the Episcopal Church, Ocean Beach
Provides a free healthy breakfast to the community Monday-Friday from 9:00 am-11:00 am. Emergency food pantry Tuesday & Thursday 9am-2pm
Provides Showers for homeless and individuals in the Imperial Beach area every Saturday between 7:00 am-9:00 am. We also offer sack lunches and clothing.
The League has two homes in Bankers Hill/Hillcrest area, offering transitional housing for 34 mentally ill, homeless and/or abused women. Referral to the housing program comes from psychiatric hospitals, crisis homes and social service agencies throughout the County. The women have three meals prepared daily by our staff. Each home is staffed 24-hours a day.
The Salvation Army provides hot meals year-round for anyone in need. Free evening meals are available at various locations. Please contact your local Salvation Army to find out how you can help or get information about meal times and locations.
The Ladle Fellowship provides a hot meal every Sunday afternoon.
The Gary and Mary West Senior Wellness Center dispels everything you ever thought you knew about aging in San Diego. Visitors to the Center are amazed when they see the bright, modern design and feel the high energy vibe throughout the building. Seniors of all ages and backgrounds come for the daily meals and stay for so much more. Our comfortable Dining Room seats 200 seniors and we are the only senior center who serves fresh and healthy meals 365 days a year. (A nominal donation is suggested but no one will be turned away if unable to pay.)
Third Avenue Charitable Organization, a social ministry born out of First Lutheran Church, provides a safe and welcoming place where healing of mind, body, and spirit can happen for any and all who come. In operation every week of the year, it welcomes all people in need, regardless of religion, for free meals, medical and dental care, and mental health services.