2015 HUNGER WALK – Saturday, April 25

Registration at 7am; Walk begins at 8am at DeAnza Cove in Mission Bay Park, 3000 East Mission Bay Drive, in the northeast corner of Mission Bay Drive. The first 200 walkers will receive a free white T-shirt with “CCSA” in blue lettering.  They may opt to receive one of 100 coupons for free children’s meals at Chili’s or 100 coupons for free chips and salsa at Chili’s.  Each walker will also receive a free ticket for the raffle prizes.

There is no set registration fee, but walkers are encouraged to solicit donations to CCSA from family members,  friends and neighbors. During the walk you will be able to learn how CCSA helps meet the needs of hungry people in our county. After the walk stay for refreshments, fellowship, the raffle drawing and music from St. Brigid’s Contemporary Choir.

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We thank Mary Anne Augustine of Frontline Realty for her tremendous effort in organizing the Bay Park Food Drive in December.  CCSA was the recipient of the donations for the third year in a row.

We thank Kelly Soban and Dr. Gary Dixon for donating stockings and children’s Christmas bags, Ross Elementary for their food donation, and Costco Otay Ranch for donating turkeys for families that did not have a Christmas dinner sponsor.

We thank Janet Miller Poutre for the her ongoing support through her clairemont.com blog.  We also thank the following for their support:  Feeding America, San Diego Food Bank, Trader Joe’s, Big Lots, Boudin Bakery, Albertsons, Sprouts, Keils, Chilli’s, Violet’s Hair Design, Sempra Energy, Thrivent Financials, Vons, Ralphs, and Friends of Children United Society (F.O.C.U.S.)

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How You Can Help


CCSA’s Pacific Beach Center has nurses who perform first aid and give referrals to other medical services. Both centers use volunteers at the intake desk, in the clothing room, and in the food room.

  • We have an urgent need of clothes for children 5 and older.  We have enough toddler clothes.  We also immediately need men’s pants (waist 30-34) and reading glasses 150+.
  • Both centers are very low on hygiene items.  We need shampoo, conditioner, soap, lotion, razors, small size shaving cream, and toothpaste.
  • Click here for complete current needs at Pacific Beach Service Center for the homeless.  We especially need men’s socks, men’s underwear, men’s pants (32-34 medium), small size fruit cups, individual peanut butter, snack bars, juice, and water.
  • Click here for complete current needs at Clairemont Service Center.  We especially need peanut butter, canned fruit, and mac ‘n cheese.


We thank CECO (County Employees Charitable Organization) for their strong support over the years.  Their contribution for 2013-2014 was $2500 to purchase food for those in need.

We thank Vons for their generous donation of $1,000 to buy food to supplement the in-kind donations of our supporters.

Our 2014 Hunger Walk on Saturday, March 15, 2014 raised $25,658.63.  Our next walk will be April 24, 2015. More details.

On May 6, 2014 we received $1,897.00 in donations during the national giveBIG online fundraiser.

The second annual Cash4Food campaign was June 15-30, 2014.  We received $29,339.93, which included a dollar for dollar match on the first $5,000.  We thank our generous donors for their assistance.  All donations will be used to purchase food.



SFF_web-banner_170X350CCSA is 1 of 9 agencies that will be a drop off point for food during the Scouting for Food program during March 2015.  The drop off hours at CCSA will be 9:30-3:30 pm, Monday-Friday. Scouting for Food Partner Letter 2015 (2).