If it's empty, fill it.

Thanksgiving & Christmas Day Meals

This will be our 7th year providing a full, sit down meal to over 350 of our fellow San Franciscans in need.

In this economic downtown we are hearing more and more from people who are unexpectedly finding themselves unable to afford food for their families. We are accepting all donations and your generous help will make it possible for us to fill people’s lives. All donations are tax deductible.

We also accept donations of food (canned or cooked), clothes, toys and wrapping paper.

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Volunteers needed!

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contact us at volunteer@fillupamerica.org

Fill up America started in 2001 with a simple concept: we live in a world of plenty and want to spread the surplus to those who need it. We pride ourselves on being an all-volunteer, non-profit organization, and every cent donated goes directly to feeding our community.

We at Fill Up America are dedicated to connecting need with surplus. Our plan is simple. We talk with those in need: sanctuaries, food kitchens, women's & men's shelters, children's homes and find out what would make their lives richer. Next we contact manufacturers and distributors and ask what they can donate or even what they plan to throw away. Then we connect the dots.

Fill Up America is a 501(c)3 organization, number 91-2158747.

Weekly Food Giveaway

Contact Information

Email: info@fillupamerica.org


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Who: Contact Rachael at (510) 689-6384 or rachael.hemsi@onetaste.us
When: Every Friday morning, starting at 10am
Where: St. Mary & St. Martha Lutheran Church (1050 South Van Ness Ave (between 21st and 22nd streets) Distribution time: 10am - 12:30 PM (come early to get a ticket!) Balboa Baptist Church (200 Onondaga Avenue) Distribution time: 1:30 - 2:00 PM (come early to get a ticket!)
What: Come join a group of volunteers fun and community service. We lay out 180 empty bags and throughout the morning fill them with donated groceries from the San Francisco food bank and Produce Mart.

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