My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Project Open Hand, San Francisco, CA, USA
I have lived in San Francisco since 1967 (the Summer of Love!) and, for a time in the late 80s was a hospice volunteer. Three of my clients had AIDS in those early days of the disease, and they received meals from Project Open Hand. At that time it was a dinner and a sandwich and a side dish for later. The visits by the POH volunteer -- and me -- were the highlights of those people's days! Worthy of getting up and getting dressed too! In '95 I worked for a time as a Telefunder in the basement of the Trinity Church where Ruth Brinker cooked up those delicious meals. It's a wonderful organization, full of loving people. Meals With Love indeed.