Daly City, CA - 94014
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WE ARE HAVING LESS AND LESS PEOPLE COME TO OUR DINING CENTER.
PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD AROUND SO MORE PEOPLE COME TO OUR DINING CENTER.
Everyone is welcome to join The Dining Center located at 31 Bepler Street, Daly City, Ca. serves a cafeteria-style hot meal to anyone who is hungry.
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday
5:00pm to 6:00pm – or until all food is distributed
The Dining Center continues to serve approximately 70 people each Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evening at a current cost of $6.41 per person. Meals are purchased primarily from Samaritan House; beverages and supplies (plates, forks, etc.) are purchased locally. Eight volunteers serve the meals. … The North Peninsula Food Pantry & Dining Center of Daly City is located at 31 Bepler St, Daly City, California, between Mission Circle and San Jose Avenue Via San Francisco Muni – #14 Mission to end of the line (Mission St/San Jose Ave/Bepler St) Via SamTrans – #120 and #121 stop at Bepler and Mission (Top of the Hill) Via BART to Daly City Station – exit station, east (up the hill) on John Daly Blvd to Mission Street; north (left) on Mission Street to Bepler Street; west (left) on Bepler Street From San Francisco on Hwy 280: exit Mission St/Daly City, merge onto San Jose Avenue, right on Bepler Street From San Mateo on Hwy 280 North: exit Westlake/Daly City, merge onto Junipero Serra Blvd; right on John Daly; left on Mission Street; left on Bepler St. Everyone is welcome to join!
Beginning in 1989 and under the direction of Samaritan House volunteers provided clients from Daly City Community Service Center, Seton Hospital’s Mother and Infant Wellness Center, Sitike, Family Resource Centers (formerly F.U.T.U.R.E.S Project), Vista Grande Apartments, Visiting Nurses, and Ellipse with a three day supply of non perishable food. As the demand for food increased it was easy to recognize the need for the establishment of programs specifically for the north peninsula and in 1991 Daly City Emergency Food Pantry established itself as a 501(c)(3) organization. Not only was the food pantry program essential to the community, the need for a hot meal program was recognized. Working again with Samaritan House and Hunger and Action Coalition of San Mateo County the North Peninsula Dining Center was opened in October 1992 and continues to provide a hot meal three nights each week – Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. With an annual budget of $100,000.00, community support continues to be the mainstay of the organization. The City of Daly City supports the space to operate the programs. The Town of Colma provided $12,500.00 last fiscal year. Support from these local governments reduces our fundraising requirement to approximately $90,000.00. Continued community support is essential to our success and is provided through support of fundraising activities, grants, and individual donations. President – Hon. Dennis Fisicaro – Retired Vice President – Teresa Proaño – Assistant to President – Duggan’s Serra Mortuary Treasurer – Sara Watson – Branch Manager/Vice President – First National Bank of Northern California Secretary – Lizette Tran – Branch Manager – San Mateo Credit Union Directors: Hon. Sandie Arnott – Tax Collector/Treasurer – San Mateo County Monica Devincenzi – Municipal Relationship Manager – Republic Services Hon. Tom Ledda – – MOT Director – Brisbane School District Norm Torello – Principal – Milestone Project Management Group Executive Director – Denise Kelly Food Pantry Staff – Jim Crowley For the Food Pantry Please call 650-994-5150
County or Counties Served: San Mateo
* Important: Please call the food pantries to confirm that the hours have not changed. We do our best to provide full information and details, but food pantries often change their hours without notifying us. We do not want you to waste your time visiting a pantry that is not open.