What does hunger look like in San Francisco?
In San Francisco, hunger exists in virtually every neighborhood. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, nearly 197,000 San Franciscans live at or near the poverty line, which means that nearly one in five children and one in five adults live with the daily threat of hunger. Hunger is a citywide phenomenon that afflicts people without regard for age, ethnicity, gender, family size and employment status. Our team is launching the revolutionhunger.org initiative in San Francisco because we believe that teens have the power to to Face It, Fight It and Live It, both in our communities and beyond! Come join us in making a difference!
How to get involved:
First, join us on revolutionhunger.org. In San Francisco, we have a youth team working to engage teens both online and off, in finding ways to make fighting hunger a lifelong commitment. We meet face-to-face, attend events, and work together to spread the word about this initiative.
To get involved: