Special Large-scale Emergency Food Distribution for 1,000 Families (1,000 Vehicles)
at SDCCU Stadium (formerly Qualcomm Stadium)
Saturday, March 28, 2020 9 a.m. until the food is gone
The San Diego Food Bank and the San Diego & Imperial Counties Labor Council will host a large-scale “drive-thru” food distribution for low-income families and those affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
In order to follow social distancing guidelines, the food distribution will be “touchless.” Attendees will not leave their cars. Food will be placed directly in the truck.
The distribution is first come, first served. The Food Bank will have enough food supplies to serve 1,000 vehicles starting at 9 a.m.
For health and safety reasons, no one will be allowed to “walk up” or receive food on foot. Individuals and families who are not able to arrive by car should call the Food Bank at 1-866-350-FOOD (3663) or visit: www.SanDiegoFoodBank.org/GetHelp for a food distribution site near their home.
Saturday, March 28, 2020 from 9 a.m. until all of the food is gone
SDCCU Stadium (formerly Qualcomm Stadium) 9449 Friars Rd, San Diego, CA 92108
ATTENDEES MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING INCOME GUIDELINES:
The food distribution is open only to households that meet the following income guidelines. This will be a “self-certifying” food distribution, meaning that families will not need to show proof of income or provide I.D. to receive food assistance. Families simply need to verbally verify that they meet the income guidelines (below), and a volunteer will sign the signature pad on behalf of each family.
Income Guidelines for Saturday, March 28 Emergency Food Distribution:
Household Size Max. Monthly Household Income Max. Annual Household Income
1 $ 2,445.96 $ 29,351.50
2 $ 3,311.54 $ 39,738.50
3 $ 4,177.13 $50,125.50
4 $ 5,024.71 $ 60,512.50
5 $ 5,908.29 $ 70,899.50
6 $ 6,773.88 $ 81,286.50
7 $ 7,639.46 $ 91,673.50
8 $ 8,505.04 $ 102,060.50
9 $ 9,370.63 $ 112,447.50
10 $ 10,263.21 $ 122,834.50
Over 10 add $865.58 each add $10,387 each
FOOD ITEMS THAT WILL BE DISTRIBUTED:
The groceries that will be distributed will include whole grain spaghetti, peanut butter, brown rice, raisins, canned pears, canned peaches, canned green beans, canned green peas, canned tomato sauce, canned vegetable soup, canned chili, canned salmon, a box of cereal, and a 3-pound bag of fresh oranges. Each food package will total 25 pounds per family/vehicle.
Special thanks to the San Diego & Imperial Counties Labor Council
From the outset of the COVID-19 crisis, the San Diego & Imperial Counties Labor Council has dedicated its focus to relief efforts – and has been on the front lines, mobilizing its member unions and the 200,000 working families it represents to help community members most in need. The partnership between the San Diego & Imperial Counties Labor Council and the San Diego Food Bank is helping the community serve families in need.