Generous volunteers have initiated 1,110 Food Drives
from June 2006 to July 2013!
Many of the seniors we serve
skip meals and doses of medicine to survive . . .
their average income is $765
and by mid-month they have spent their meager income
on rent, utilities and medicine . . .
our Senior Emergency Meal Boxes help them survive
until their next Social Security check arrives.
Can you help with a $25 gift to sponsor
a Senior Emergency Meal Box . . . the gift of food?
Please CLICK on Food Box Photo below
for information the S.O.S. Campaign (Saving Our Seniors)
. . . to sponsor a needy seniorís Emergency Meal Box.
UPDATE! UPDATE! UPDATE!
Poway Letter Carrier's Food Drive
"Stamp Our Hunger Saturday, May 11, 2013"
Collected Over 12 TONS of FOOD for 917 Senior Citizens
Living in Poverty in San Diego County!
"Poway Letter Carriers
and The Angel's Depot volunteers."
Part of the Poway Food Drive delivered to the Depot!
Volunteers from Harrah's Rincon and Vista Fire Chief Gary Fisher (L) unload a Poway Mail Truck bringing in food.
Noah Donaldson, Community Relations Manager, awards Poway Letter Carriers the trophy for Best Food Drive in 2011.
Rotary, Rocky Chavez, City Councilmembers Jerry Kern and Gary Felien ready to distribute Senior Emergency Meal Boxes at the Oceanside Senior Center!
Kisco Packs Meal Boxes!