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Storied: San Francisco

Jun 25, 2019

Project Open Hand, which today feeds more than 2,500 sick and dying people, started in 1985 when Ruth Brinker made meals for her friends and neighbors who were "wasting" from AIDS. In this podcast, POH volunteer Dana Dawson takes us through that history, talking about how the operation that started in a residential home today serves healthy meals and groceries with the help of more than 125 volunteers like herself.

Join us Thursday, when Dana and a few of her fellow volunteers will talk about what working with Project Open Hand means to them.

We recorded this podcast in Bernal Heights in May 2019.