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Non-Profit Fuels SF Restaurants with $2.5 Million of Business

“SF New Deal” pays restaurant workers to prepare and deliver meals for 20,000 neighbors in need a week
By - posted 5/31/2020 No Comment

 Thank you SFist and SF Business Times for the inspiring news about a nonprofit organization that has been keeping SF restaurants busy feeding the hungry and underserved.

SF New Deal is building a new way to care for the community by partnering with restaurants, city, and community organizations. From restaurants and the farmers they buy from to the community organizations and people they feed, their approach is addressing urgent and critical needs with new solutions.

Their tagline gets straight to the point, “We pay SF restaurant workers to prepare and deliver meals to neighbors in need.

So far they’ve raised just over $2,500,000 to help support 85 restaurants and feed over 235,000 people in need.

Please consider donating.⁣⁣ Every week, they distribute over $200,000 to support 48 small businesses that deliver an average of 20,000 meals to those in need.⠀

⁣⁣If you have a knack for fundraising, you may also Volunteer. They are in need of grant writers, photographers, video editors, general administrative assistance, and more. Visit their website to learn more.⠀