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San Diego Food Bank


Food Drive - Overview

In San Diego County 483,000 people live at or near the Federal Poverty Level. Over 70% of these individuals are children living in low-income households who face the threat of hunger daily.

In order to provide enough food to our community, the San Diego Food Bank relies on organizations including religious organizations, schools, businesses, and other civic groups to run food drives and keep the Food Bank’s shelves stocked throughout the year.

Hosting a food drive is easy and fun! The Food Bank can provide your group with our famous red food drive barrels, or you can decorate your own food drive boxes.

Remember, the Food Bank needs your food drive donations throughout the year, not just during the holidays.

Hunger knows no season.



At our annual November holiday luncheon, we host a food drive to support the San Diego Food Bank. 

November 12, 2020 - Volunteering Event

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic we were unable to have our annual luncheon with a food drive. Instead we volunteered at the San Diego Food Bank sorting and boxing food.

Our Chapter also made a $500 donation.


November 21, 2019 - Holiday Luncheon

Our Chapter and attendees donated food and $500 to the San Diego Food Bank.

November 16, 2017 - Holiday Luncheon

Our Chapter and attendees donated a total of $635 and 207 pounds of food!!  The Food Bank feed over 370,000 San Diegans and couldn’t do that without organizations like ours.





November 20, 2014 - Holiday Luncheon

Holiday Luncheon attendees contributed 279 pounds of food!  Thank you for all your food contributions.  In addition, our chapter donated $1,000 in cash to the San Diego Food Bank! 



Here is the thank you letter from the San Diego Food Bank. 


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