SF homeless get hot meals on Good Friday

April 10, 2009 1:20:34 PM PDT
Salvation Army volunteers are delivering hot meals to hundreds of homeless people in San Francisco tonight to commemorate the Christian holiday Good Friday.

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Volunteers will be walking on foot and handing out 1,000 hot meals throughout the city, according to The Salvation Army.

The deliveries will begin at 7 p.m. when volunteers leave from San Francisco's Civic Center at the Pioneer Monument, according to The Salvation Army.

The Salvation Army has 13 facilities throughout San Francisco that provide various services, including youth programs, meal deliveries, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, transitional housing, and support for seniors.

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