Join Feeding America San Diego and the 13,000 individuals who dedicate their time to help feed more than 480,000 children, families, and seniors every year… more


Feeding more than 60,000 children, families, and seniors every week, Feeding America San Diego relies on the generous support of individuals, corporations and community groups… more


In order to achieve a hunger-free and healthy community, Feeding America San Diego advocates for the rights of the food insecure on a federal, state and local level… more

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Join the fight against hunger by making a tax-deductible gift today. Through our highly organized distribution model, every dollar donated turns into four meals. Your support makes an immediate impact.
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1 in 5 children in San Diego struggle with hunger. Our School Pantry and BackPack programs strive to change that, serving 13,000 children each month. more
Reaching rural and suburban neighborhoods throughout the region, the Mobile Pantry serves families with limited access to nutrition. FASD partners with hundreds of non-profits organizations operating food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters to serve individual communities. more
Often forced to choose between paying for food or medication, seniors struggling with hunger access fresh produce and staple items through FASD. more
Nutrition education, advocacy, CalFresh outreach and capacity building are infused throughout our hunger-relief initiatives and programs. FASD believes that the opposite of hungry is healthy, not full. more

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Top Volunteers: November 2015

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Volunteer of the Month

Scott, Janessa and Aiden Gruby first volunteered at our Holiday Open House […]

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Progress in North County

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At Feeding America San Diego, we pride ourselves on keeping our ear to the ground, […]

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Nutrition Nugget & Recipe: Butternut Squash

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Move over pumpkin; there’s a new squash in town. Pumpkins seem to be the favorite […]