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== Food == * [http://sffnb.org/ SF Food Not Bombs], the Wednesday group serves at 16th and Mission, cooks nearby at Saint John the Evangelist (15th & Julian). * [https://www.sfmfoodbank.org/find-food/ The SF Food Bank] offers a variety of ways to get free or reduced cost food. * [http://www.martindeporres.org/ Martín de Porres House] - 225 Potrero Ave. They serve lunch from 12 to 2 pm Mon-Sat. Meals often include a soup, are generally vegetarian and often vegan. Burrito Project is also run out of this space. Catholic worker collective, really kind people, their building has a nice garden! * [http://www.glide.org GlideSF] provides a daily [https://www.glide.org/programs/daily-free-meals/ free meals program] with three service times, and unlimited repeat trips through the line until tickets run out. Recommend you get in line early for a quick trip through. **Breakfast: '''8am - 9am'''<br/> **Lunch: '''Noon - 1:00pm'''<br/> **Dinner: '''4pm - 5:00pm''' Monday - Friday, bagged lunch served '''Noon - 1:00pm''' Saturday & Sunday * [https://www.stanthonysf.org/services/dining-room/ St Anthony's Dining Room] - 121 Golden Gate. Breakfast and lunch served. * [https://freefarmstand.org/ Free Farm Stand] - Community run program including fruit and veggies from backyard gardens. Sundays Noon-1pm, 23rd and Treat St. * [https://www.missionfoodhub.org/our-programs Mission Food Hub] - Free groceries Wednesday and Friday, starting 11AM at 701 Alabama Street * The Free Print Shop's free eats list [http://www.freeprintshop.org/download/eats_english.pdf Free Eats chart] - May be slightly out of date since Covid. * [https://www.sfhsa.org/services/food/calfresh/applying-calfresh Apply for SNAP / CalFresh / Food Stamps] * [https://marketmatch.org/ Market Match] - If you receive SNAP, WIC, other food benefits you can get extra money when you buy at local farmers markets. Civic Center/UN Plaza market is the most generous! Show up at the end of the day to get some serious deals ($1-2 bags of produce, etc) * If you are a City College of SF student (free for SF residents) you can get [https://www.ccsf.edu/campus-life/student-activities-office/rams-food-market-and-food-shelves grocery cards and free food].
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