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Event Name:
San Francisco Food Bank
Location: San Francisco Food Bank
Address: 900 Pennsylvania Ave., San Francisco, CA 94107 (map)
Date: Wed, November 6th    6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Staff:
Manager: Richard S (email) Coordinator: Sherry C
(RSVP)  
Description:

The San Francisco Food Bank is a One Brick San Francisco signature event. We bring tremendous good to the community through all of the hard work done here. Help us help the Food Bank feed the hungry.

We will be sorting, inspecting and repackaging thousands of pounds of food in this short two-hour shift! You will be able to immediately see how much your work is benefiting the SF community.

Be sure to bring some money and join us after the event for food and more socializing!

EVENING & WEEKEND VOLUNTEERS
It's OK to park along the fence where the signs say "No Parking." The food bank doesn't receive deliveries during the evening. Please enter through the REAR door on the south side of the building.

WEEKDAY VOLUNTEERS
Street parking is free, and our block has a new 4-hour time limit-- perfect for our volunteer shifts! Please utilize available street parking first so that our agency shoppers can use our parking lot to load their vehicles. If street parking is full, please pull into our lot to check for spaces. please report to our reception area at the northeast corner of the building (if facing the Food Bank from the street, it's the area closest to you on the right side) to sign in.

ATTIRE
- Closed-toe shoes are required at all volunteer projects. Anyone wearing sandals, flip-flops, or any other shoe with an open toe will not be able to participate in the project.
- Because you'll be helping to repack food, please wear casual and clean clothing, long pants, securely fastened jewelry, and comfortable (no open-toe) shoes.
- We suggest dressing in layers, as the temperature in the warehouse is often c


Organization: San Francisco Food Bank

The San Francisco Food Bank's mission is to end hunger in San Francisco. It works toward that goal by distributing food and advocating for improvement in government food programs and policies.

A nationwide network of food suppliers allows the food bank to turn each dollar donated into $9 of nonperishable groceries, fresh produce, bread and meat for the community.

An affiliate of Feeding America (formerly America's Second Harvest) - the nation's food bank network - the San Francisco Food Bank supplies food to more than 600 community food programs ranging from senior centers and after-school programs to soup kitchens. The food bank reaches tens of thousands of individuals each month. This year, the food bank will distribute 33 million pounds of food, which is enough to provide more than 70,000 meals to hungry San Franciscans every day.

Transit: From Downtown San Francisco: Enter MUNI Metro at any station between Castro and Embarcadero. Take the MUNI T Line towards Sunnydale at the Inbound platform. Get off at the corner of 3rd Street and 23rd Street. Walk west on 23rd Street (away from the Bay) approx. three blocks until it dead-ends into Pennsylvania Avenue. The Food Bank is in front of you and slightly to the left. or Take CalTrain, get off at the 22nd Street station. Turn left on 22nd Street, then turn left again on Pennsylvania Avenue. Walk one long block to 23rd and Pennsylvania. The Food Bank is on the right, just past the stop sign. From Other Parts of San Francisco: The MUNI 48 Line stops at 22nd Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. Walk south (away from the hill) one block on Pennsylvania to 23rd Street. The Food Bank is on the right, just past the stop sign. or The MUNI 22 Line stops at 18th Street & Pennsylvania Avenue. Walk south (away from downtown) on Pennsylvania to 23rd Street. The Food Bank is on the right, just past the stop sign. From the East Bay: Take BART and get off at the Embarcadero exit. Follow the signs in the station to MUNI Metro. Take the MUNI T Line towards Sunnydale at the Inbound platform. Get off at the corner of 3rd Street and 23rd Street. Walk west on 23rd Street (away from the Bay) approx. three blocks until it dead-ends into Pennsylvania Avenue. The Food Bank is in front of you and slightly to the left. From the Peninsula/South Bay: Take CalTrain, get off at 22nd Street station. Turn left on 22nd Street, then turn left again on Pennsylvania. Walk one long block to 23rd and Pennsylvania. The Food Bank is on the right, just past the stop sign.
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