Free Meals at Community-Based Organizations
Student Nutrition Services is partnering with the following community-based organizations to provide our free grab & go meals at additional sites throughout the city.
Services will vary at each site, and may include meals such as cereal and muffins for breakfast; sandwiches and pupusas for lunch; pizza and burritos for supper; fresh fruit, vegetables and milk.
No identification or proof of school enrollment is required. Adults can pick up meals for children without a child present. Shelf-stable meals will also be available. Families will not need to enter the building for pick-up.
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855 Sacramento St
|Mon & Wed 10:45-11:45 a.m.|
|Ella Hill Hutch Community Center
1050 McAllister St
|Friday, 12-1 p.m.|
|Ship Shape Community Center
850 Ave I, Treasure Island
|Fri, 10:30-11:30 a.m.|
|St. Paul of the Shipwreck
3350 Jennings St
|Thursday, 12:30-1:00 p.m.|
333 Eucalyptus Dr
|Monday, 11 am. - 12 p.m.|
|Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
225 Eddy St
|Thursday, 2-3 p.m.|
1099 Sunnydale Ave
|Thursday, 4:30-5:30 p.m.|
Pandemic EBT (P-EBT)
Families with children eligible for free or reduced-price school meals can receive additional support to purchase groceries through California’s Pandemic Emergency Benefits Transfer Program (P-EBT). A P-EBT card with up to $365 for each eligible child is available.
- Families with children that receive CalFresh, Medi-Cal, or Foster Care benefits should have received a P-EBT card in the mail by May 22, 2020.
- If you did not receive a card, or if your child receives free or reduced-price school meals but is not on public benefit assistance, you will need to complete a short online application by June 30, 2020.
P-EBT is available to all eligible California families, regardless of their immigration status. P-EBT is not the same as CalFresh or Food Stamps. P-EBT is an emergency food benefit and is similar to other benefits that immigration officials do not consider for public charge purposes.
These benefits do not replace emergency school meals, families who receive these benefits can continue to pick up free meals at our school sites. Learn more at sfhsa.org/p-ebt or email SchoolLunch@sfusd.edu with questions.
City of San Francisco Food Resources
Use the San Francisco Food Resources Map to find food resources near you. The Food Resources page on SF.gov provides additional food options, including community providers and information on public benefits.
Assistance for Older Adults and Adults with Disabilities
Older adults and adults with disabilities can call the Department of Disability and Aging Services (DAS) telephone helpline at (415) 355-6700, seven days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to request help with food, including grocery delivery, take-away meals, or to get matched with a volunteer to help with daily tasks such as food drop-off. If you need assistance visiting an SFUSD meal site due to a disability, we encourage you to call the DAS helpline for assistance. To learn more about programs and services available to older adults and adults with disabilities during COVID-19, visit SFHSA.org/COVID-DAS.