The meals will be prepared by Sunday Bird’s chef Deuki Hong and distributed on December 15.
SAN FRANCISCO — Mobilize Love, operator of Bay Area’s first nonprofit food truck, will be joined by Boba Guys tomorrow (December 15) to distribute over 300 chef-prepared meals to support our health care workers on the frontlines of COVID-19 relief in San Francisco.
The meals prepared by chef Deuki Hong, executive chef and owner of Sunday Bird in San Francisco, will be distributed from Mobilize Love food truck to health care workers at four locations in Daly City, South San Francisco and Embarcadero.
This outreach event is part of Boba Guys’ community initiative ‘Balls for All’, providing much needed support to our local communities during the holiday season.
“Showing up means taking care of those who take care of others,” Boba Guys Co-Founder Bin Chen said in explaining the choice of Balls For All’s beneficiaries this year and their strategic partnership with Mobilize Love’s ‘Love Shows Up’ 2020 Christmas outreaches campaign.
As the first and only nonprofit food truck in the Bay Area, Mobilize Love has been on the frontlines of the COVID-19 battle, deployed to serve people right where they are since shelter-in-place happened in March. Tens of thousands of free meals have been distributed from the food truck.
“When the Coronavirus hit San Francisco, we decided we weren’t going to shrink back. We knew we needed to get involved, because it was a matter of life or death for the people we serve,” said Mobilize Love founder Christian Huang. “We exist to show up and give hope.”
Mobilize Love is a San Francisco-based 501c3 that exists to show up and give kids hope. Mobilize Love deploys a fleet of outreach trucks (laundry truck, stage truck, food truck, and wellness truck) to give children and families access to basic human services right where they are at.
Source: Mobilize Love