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This Friday, employees at Twitter’s SF office volunteered for Meals On Wheels of San Francisco (MOWSF). Fifty employees delivered disaster preparedness kits and important safety information to 200 homebound seniors. The kits were delivered by foot to residents in the Tenderloin and SoMa neighborhoods.
Naturally, they Tweeted about it! 😉
.@MOWSF prep @TwitterSF 2 b eyes & ears in community when delivering disaster kits 2 low-income homes #FridayforGood pic.twitter.com/pLoFqZrwnS
— Azeitona (@llaxamana) November 7, 2014
Feeling especially grateful today. I encourage everyone to volunteer in their neighborhoods. Thanks @MOWSF #FFG cc: @CassieFenley — Kaitlin Landreth (@Kaitlin) November 7, 2014
#FridayForGood with @MOWSF pic.twitter.com/1oxI4HGvS6
— Rose Diamond (@rosedee) November 7, 2014
Ready to deliver disaster prep kits to SFseniors in the Tenderloin! #FridayForGood #TechForGood @MOWSF @140numbers pic.twitter.com/qRwd3LTwM1 — Trang Dang (@teedee811) November 7, 2014
Best #FridayForGood ever with @payal & @mosteffanitely delivering 14 kits for @MOWSF & speed making 5 PB&J sandos! pic.twitter.com/cVEIdFTfh6
— Stephanie Tran (@stephaniestran) November 8, 2014
Our team going into overtime for our #FridayForGood Loved meeting our neighbors in the TL!! @MOWSF is awesome. pic.twitter.com/C3B1MZn55p
— Payal Patel (@Payal) November 8, 2014
This is the second time Twitter employees have delivered kits as part of their Fridays for Good (#Fridayforgood) volunteer initiative. Some employees said they enjoyed having conversations with the seniors they met. Twitter employees were also asked to help scout out other needs or concerns seniors might have and alert MOWSF staff.
The kits, which have been funded by grants, contain enough food and water to nourish one person for two days. If you are interested in volunteering or helping fund kits, please contact our Director of Volunteers, Danie Belfield, at email@example.com or (415) 343-1311.