Since 1998, Project Open Hand has served nutritious meals - breakfast and lunch - to San Francisco older adults and adults with disabilities at 12 community sites located across San Francisco.
Many of our dining locations offer daily social and educational activities, including nutrition classes, bingo, arts and exercise. Project Open Hand's nutritious meals and community site activities can improve health outcomes by lowering risks for disease, depression, and cognitive decline.
Older adults (60 years or older) and adults with disabilities (18-59 years old) are eligible for the Community Nutrition Program.
Meals are provided on a first come, first serve basis.
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CNP Client Intake
If you or someone you know, who is a San Francisco resident, is interested in receiving nutritious meals with the Community Nutrition Program, please complete this intake and email it to [email protected]. Chinese and Spanish intakes are available upon request.
For more information and to find a Community Nutrition location near you:
The Community Nutrition Program is administered by Project Open Hand and funded in part by the City of San Francisco’s Department of Disability and Aging Services.