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Provides nutritious meals and compassionate outreach to homebound seniors 60 years of age and over who do not drive. Home Delivered Meal Suggested Donation $3.50.
Phone: (415) 457-4636
WMSS provides supportive services to frail and elderly seniors to help them remain as independent as possible in their homes. WMSS provides comprehensive Care Management by assessing the needs of seniors at risk, creating individual care plans, screening and placing home care workers, engaging...
Phone: (415) 663-8148 x101
Pick up free, weekly groceries at many locations in San Francisco and Marin. Items include fresh produce, protein, and shelf stable items. Please be prepared to bring your photo ID and a proof of address if the address on your ID is not current. Go to foodlocator.sfmfoodbank.org to find your...
Do you need help shopping for groceries? Covia and our volunteers can help! Covia’s Home Delivered Grocery Program is available for individuals 60+ who need shopping assistance and live in Novato and San Rafael. We pair volunteer shoppers with those who need support in getting groceries into the...
Phone: (415) 899-8296
A non-profit community center providing a wide variety of educational, recreational, cultural and community services to children, adults and seniors in western Marin County. Provides group lunches every Thursday at noon. Call for more information on menus and accessibility. Also available as a...
Phone: (415) 663-8148 x104
The Food Pantry at the San Geronimo Valley Community Center is open weekly on Mondays from 9-5 pm and Thursdays from 2-5pm. In addition to our regular food bank, the community center provides special food distribution during Thanksgiving and the Christmas holidays. Senior Lunches-Thursday @...
Phone: (415) 488-8888
Free hot meals served in the dining room from 6:00 am to 1:00 pm seven days a week.
Phone: (415) 454-3303
Canal Alliance is a community-based organization that works to transform community and create global change on a local level. There are four pillars to its vision of community transformation: Health and Social Justice, Economic Vitality, Civic Leadership, and Educational Equity, Parenting...
Phone: (415) 454-2640
Ritter Center is a community-based organization that has assisted Marin's low-income and homeless populations for more than 35 years. We help homeless and very low-income individuals and families in Marin stabilize their lives by offering a number of social services including: primary health...
Phone: (415) 457-8182
The North Marin Community Services offers a food pantry and helps low-income residents in Novato overcome their crises and move toward self-sufficiency. A 501(c)3 community-based nonprofit agency, it provides housing assistance, employment, counseling, educational programs, information and...
Phone: (415) 892-1643
Emergency pantry assistance to anyone in need. Hours 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., M-F
Phone: (415) 459-4520
Ceres Community Project provides weekly home delivery of meals prepared with love for people dealing with a health challenge such as cancer or heart disease. Delivered Meals consist of 4 compete entrees including side dishes, 1 pint of soup, 1 pint of salad and 1 health dessert. Meals are made...
Phone: (707) 829-5833
Distributions Day - Thursdays. Distribution Time - 11:00am to 1:00pm.
CalFresh (also known as food stamps) is a program that gives people money for groceries. After an application process, recipients get an EBT card (like a debit card) that they can use at grocery stores and farmers markets.
Phone: (877) 410-8817
A variety of fun, informative and engaging Healing Foods Classes to help you adopt eating habits that support your health and well-being. Classes offered throughout Marin County. A selection of classes are available in Spanish. Teachers are certified health educators and professional chefs....
Phone: (707) 829-5833