People all over the world see San Diego as a city of sun, fun, and bustling enterprise. However, San Diego has a growing homeless population that is now the fourth largest in the country, which is approximately 9,000. By joining Father Joe’s Villages as a San Diego volunteer, you can help make our city the bright, promising place it’s meant to be.
Please join fellow San Diego Aggie Alumni and friends to help feed those in need at Father Joe’s Village in downtown San Diego on March 2nd from 4-7pm. Our group has a 24 person limit on volunteers, so sign up early! Also, children at least 10 years old are welcome to volunteer as long as they are accompanied by an adult. Please plan to wear long pants, shirts with sleeves (long or short) and close toed shoes. After the dinner service is complete, we’ll head over to a new brewery in East Village called Melvin Brewing for some food and beverages.
Saturday, March 2
4 - 7 p.m.
Father Joe's Village
1501 Imperial Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101
Registration is now full.
Information about parking will be provided prior to the event.
Please note: Each attendee will need to read and complete a short food handler test prior to service. We will provide the test prior to the event.
For more information about this event, please contact Ted Tardif '97.