Website The Richmond Neighborhood Center
In a high-cost neighborhood like the Richmond District, it can be a challenge to make ends meet. People from all over our neighborhood, including hard-working people with low-wage jobs, can find themselves unable to afford all the food they need. Seniors, families with children, and unemployed and low-wage workers make up the majority of those struggling with hunger.
We provide over 700 Richmond District residents each week with free produce and groceries through our volunteer-run food pantries at The Richmond Neighborhood Center campus, Lafayette Elementary School, and George Peabody Elementary School. The food pantry takes place every Monday from 4:00-5:00PM at Peabody, Tuesday from 2:45-4:45PM at Lafayette and Thursday from 2:30-4PM at the Neighborhood Center. It’s a great way to get outside and work alongside your friends, colleagues, and neighbors and give back to your community!
For details about this opportunity, visit richmondsf.org.