St. Anthony Foundation
Thousands of meals were served on Thursday, thanks in large part to generators, at St. Anthony’s in San Francisco.
With the holiday season quickly upon us, charities are getting anxious for donations from generous Bay Area residents. One way they seem to be connecting: social media.
The dining room will be closing to make way for a new, bigger facility that is expected to be completed in two years.
An interview with Shari Roeseler, Executive Director at St. Anthony Foundation, about services the non-profit provides for the needy in San Francisco.
St. Anthony’s dining hall opened in San Francisco 60 years ago, and it is now marking its 37 millionth meal served. The milestone comes as the charity is seeing a significant increase in the needs for its services.
The St. Anthony Foundation is hoping to collect thousands of homemade scarves to hand out to clients on Christmas Day.