Project Open Hand prepares more than 2,500 life-sustaining meals a day to help people fight illness and cope with the challenges of aging. We also provide healthy groceries to more than 400 people a day, who visit our two grocery centers. And our registered dietitian supports and counsels clients to help them feel better by eating right.
- Senior lunches: If you are 60 years or older, join us for hot, nutritious lunches at one of 23 locations in San Francisco and Alameda Counties. Click here to see a list of our senior lunch sites. Call 415-447-2300 or email [email protected]
- Home-delivered meals: We provide home-delivered meals to people who are homebound because of critical illness. Click to learn more about our services for homebound clients.
- Pick up meals & groceries: Currently, we provide groceries and meals for pick up for people living with HIV/AIDS or breast cancer.
Find out if you or a loved one is eligible for meals or groceries in San Francisco or Alameda County — call 800-551-6325 or email [email protected]. Click here to see our office locations, hours and directions.