San Diego Non Profit Helps In Haiti

Mama’s Kitchen was founded by a San Diego caregiver who organized a small group to prepare and deliver meals to a few neighbors who were suffering from AIDS and unable to shop and prepare their own meals. Today, Mama’s Kitchen delivers three free meals daily to San Diegans and their children who are coping with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other devastating illnesses. They also have pantry service and personal nutritional coaching. Help by preparing food, bagging meals and pantry items, assisting pantry clients and answering phones, but the greatest need is for volunteer drivers to deliver meals, especially in North County.

Meals-on-Wheels, the best known meal delivery service, distributes meals six days a week (Sunday’s meal comes with Saturday’s delivery) to seniors 60 and over and their caregivers, as well as disabled veterans of any age. Meals range from $4-$7, and free cat or dog food is available in a partnership with the Helen Woodward Animal Center; delivery volunteers also perform a safety/wellness check of the client and report back if something seems amiss.

Jewish Family Services delivers hot, kosher meals to homebound older adults and younger disabled adults of any (or no) faith Monday through Friday, with frozen meals available for the weekends. Meals range in price from $7-8, and pet food can be requested; safety/wellness checks are also provided by the volunteer drivers.

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