SBCS helps our neighbors with free groceries at food distributions throughout each month. Read more about how our community comes together to ensure kids and families have access to nutritious food year-round in a July 8, 2022 story from The Star News, “No break from food in summer”.
“There is an increase in need during summer. We’re also seeing visitors from transitional foster youth and emancipated youth and we encourage them to register with the San Diego Food Bank,” SBCS Rachel Community Engagement Director Pinuelas-Morineau said.
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