2nd Annual Cinco de Mayo Bike Ride Out w/ Free Breakfast Burittos (SF)
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John O’Connell High School | 2355 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
“Cinco de Mayo” is more than a day. It’s a spirit of freedom, love, promise, family and friends that can’t be contained in one day, so the organizers of the week-long celebration, Cultura y Arte Nativa de las Americas (CANA) and the San Francisco Lowrider Council invite the Bay Area and the world to join the fun and parties with a purpose, May 1-May 7, 2022!
This is the 2nd Annual Cinco de Mayo Bike Ride Out by Mission Food Hub!
Rebel against Climate Change and serve the community. Roberto Y. Hernandez, President of CANA, says “Don’t Buy Gas for a Day!” Ride a bike, roller skate or skateboard.
The Mission Food Hub is raising awareness about the environment, health and the increase in food prices due to inflation, cost of gas, housing and other basic needs.
To donate, please visit: http://givebutter.com/6HtzZM or mail check to CANA – Mission Food Hub, 1333 Florida Street San Francisco, CA 94110.
You can make a difference on May Day!
WHEN: Sunday, May 1, 2022
WHERE: John O’Connell High School at 20th & Harrison Street, San Francisco.
- 10:00 AM: Meet up for Free Breakfast Burrito
- 1:00 PM: Ride out to MidPoint at the de Young Museum and receive free refreshments, fruits & passes to visit the museum
- 4:00 PM: Enjoy Free dinner at John O’Connell High School, 20th & Harrison Street, San Francisco.
It’s a great day to Ride Out with family and friends and help raise funds to benefit the Mission Food Hub that has been providing over 9,000 Latino families with culturally appropriate groceries throughout the COVID pandemic.
Whether you Ride Out or not, you can invest in the community efforts online right now or write the check, great exercise for you and the community.
“It is great when the community joins together to acknowledge our culture and also invite people to not only enjoy themselves but to also party with a purpose by helping raise funds to feed families,” said Hernandez.
HOW PUBLIC CAN ATTEND: Open to Public
FOR MORE INFORMATION: https://www.missionfoodhub.org/
BACKGROUND: Feeding Our Community. The Mission Food Hub was founded in May 2020 to provide culturally appropriate groceries for families who were affected by COVID-19. In San Francisco, food inequity is currently impacting over 12,000 Latinos who are unemployed and the Mission District is Ground ZERO for the coronavirus. We started providing 500 families with one grocery bag a week. The lines of people rapidly grew to 1,800 within a couple of weeks. Support our ongoing cause to provide over 9,000 families with culturally relevant groceries at the Mission Food Hub!
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