With over 7,000 people living on the streets of San Francisco, hunger is a chronic problem for many. We teamed up with TwoDegrees to offer a little extra support to the SF Food Bank (@SFFoodBank) in recognition of Hunger Action Month.
Typically, when someone buys a snack bar from TwoDegrees (@2DegreesFood), a donation of one meal pack is made to a hungry child overseas. This September, TwoDegrees made its donations to San Franciscans in need, drawing from Twitter’s gifts to the SF Food Bank.
The @SFFoodBank works with 450 partners to distribute enough food for 100,000 meals around the city each day.
Happy Day 4 #2013HungerChallenge participants! We are almost there. By tomorrow, I think I will only have potatoes left. What about you?— SF Food Bank ( @SFFoodBank) September 12, 2013
The need is clear. We hope this small gesture was useful to the SF Food Bank’s incredible operation.
Did someone say … cookies?