SF-based community fridge program Cheetah provides food to those in need

ByChris Bollini Localish logo
Monday, September 14, 2020
SF community fridge program provides food to those in need
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Community fridges stocked with free food are popping up throughout the Bay Area to combat food insecurity.

SAN FRANCISCO -- In response to rising food insecurity in the Bay Area, Cheetah, a San Francisco based company, has launched a community refrigerator program.

"What got us really excited was the ability to truly bring the food donation directly to the people," co-founder and CEO Na'ama Moran says.

Four refrigerators, placed around the Bay Area, provide anyone in need access to a wide variety of healthy food products.

Cheetah restocks each location up to 15 times a month with food from their warehouse.

"This is a way for us to fulfill our mission to help communities thrive," Moran explains, "There's no better way to help a community thrive then by bringing them fresh, nourishing, healthy food".

Visit this page to participate in the campaign.

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