When you close your eyes and listen to Jazz singing legend Pat Yankee belt out "Miss Lulu White" or "You Gotta See Your Mama Every Night" you cannot help but be transported back in time.   
I grew up on a ranch in Texas, where my parents had a large garden where we grew our vegetables. My mom and dad were hippies, so much of the food we ate was wholesome, healthy, and rarely processed. I was very connected to where our food came from. There were farm animals all around me, and I...
I can't breathe. Those now-famous words continue to reverberate and resonate with all of us today and cause us to look at and acknowledge the raw side of racial inequality and its devastating effects in black and brown communities.  Even before George Floyd's tragic and unnecessary death, we knew...
This June, we celebrate the retirement of Robin Meese-Cruz after nearly 24 years at Meals on Wheels San Francisco. Since Robin joined as a Social Worker in 1996, she has seen the organization go through many changes and been instrumental in growing the department to where it is today. Some of the...
Meals on Wheels CEO, Ashley McCumber, Joins Nonprofit Leaders to Discuss Food Insecurity in a COVID-19 World. Representatives from the California Association of Food Banks, St. Anthony’s, Second Harvest Food Bank of Silicon Valley, and San Francisco-Marin Food Bank. along with Meals on Wheels,...

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