Remember 9/11 By Serving Lunch To Those In Need In SF!

Today is 9/11 and it's crazy that it's already been 17 years since the terrorist attacks. We're joining our sister iHeart Stations to support The call to action is to transform a day of tragedy into a day of service. Do a good deed and share it via social media (#911Day) and/or volunteer at the SF Meal Pack event going on TODAY at Pier 35 on the Embarcadero.

In observance of 9/11 Day, the nation’s largest day of service, please join over 1,000 volunteers who will be participating in this year’s First Annual Bay Area Meal Pack for 9/11 Day, at Pier 35 on The Embarcadero.

This year, our goal in the San Francisco Bay Area is to pack and distribute 250,000 non-perishable meals for food insecure individuals, in tribute to the 9/11 victims, first responders, recovery workers, volunteers, members of our military, and others who rose in service in response to the 2001 terrorist attacks. The Bay Area Meal Pack for 9/11 Day is one of a number of significant meal packing projects happening in major cities on 9/11 this year.

Co-hosts of the Bay Area Meal Pack for 9/11 Day for 2018 include: HandsOn Bay Area,, S.F./Marin Food Bank, S.F. Veterans Affairs Commission, S.F. Interfaith Council, GLIDE, Project Homeless Connect, and 9/11 Day.

Click on GET TICKETS to choose from available volunteer shifts (you’ll pack meals for approximately two-hours). We’ll then send you an online ticket through email. Please remember to bring your ticket with you to the event, and arrive at least 20 minutes early for security check-in. Please note that parking is NOT available on site at the event. There may be private parking lots nearby, but we encourage you to take mass transit. This event is FREE! However, space is very limited so register immediately. 

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