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  • San Diego Hunger Coalition

  • ALL San Diego County School Districts meal pickup listed here

  • San Diego Unified meal pickup locations listed here

  • Sweetwater Unified meal pickup locations listed here


  • Meals on Wheels:

  • Serving Seniors: Call 619-235-6572 and select Option 1; or email

  • Grocery Store Restocking list and schedule found here

  • ALL 41 Northgate Market shopping locations will be open exclusively for seniors from 7am to 8am starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020. (For more information, click here)

  • ALL Vallarta supermarkets will be open for seniors, disabled people, and pregnant people from 7am to 8am starting Wednesday, March 18, 2020 (For more information, click here)

  • All Albertsons Companies stores have dedicated shopping hours for senior citizens and at-risk populations. This includes Albertsons, Safeway, Vons, Pavilions, and several other grocery stores. Click here for more information and call your nearest Albertsons Companies store to confirm their hours.

  • All Target stores will reserve the first hour of shopping each Wednesday for seniors and customers with underlying health concerns. Click here for more information and call your nearest Target store to confirm their hours.

  • All Dollar General stores will reserve the first hour of shopping for seniors. For more information, call your nearest Dollar General. Click here for locations.

  • Women Infant and Children Services (WIC) offices in San Diego and Imperial County continue to provide services to current and new participants. For health and safety purposes, WIC is providing appointments and food benefits by phone. For families who are new to WIC or have not yet received the WIC Card, please direct them to find their closest WIC office via

  • Since many WIC-approved items may be unavailable or the item may not be marked appropriately, WIC is highly encouraging families on the program to download the California WIC App. The app has a barcode scanner that will help them confirm if a food is WIC-approved. The app is available for free in the Google Play and Apple stores.

  • Note: If you can afford to purchase other items, please try to avoid purchasing items with a WIC logo on the shelf price tag when grocery shopping. If stores run out of WIC-approved options, WIC families will not be able to purchase these foods. Additionally, if a grocery store is out of WIC infant formula, direct WIC families to contact their local WIC office for help.

Additional resources can be found here at COVID-19 Resources for San Diego County.