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This year’s Hunger Walk at De Anza Cove brought over 175 enthusiastic walkers to raise money for CCSA in their fervent effort to stop hunger in San Diego.  Many participants were graciously sponsored with donations from family and friends.   The warm and sunny weather was a perfect backdrop for uniting both CCSA’s nonprofit volunteers and walkers to assist San Diegans in need of compassion and support.   San Diego City Council, Chris Cate, representative for City Council District 6 addressed the crowd with engaging and encouraging words during opening remarks. 

CCSA Board President Brad Cannon invited all participating walkers to visit the Clairemont and Pacific Beach locations for a first-hand look at the ongoing dedication and care that has successfully driven both facilities.  He also shared that many of CCSA’s volunteers joined the organization after visiting the facilities which led them to be a part of our team’s message and mission — to help all San Diegans in need.    

A very special thank you to the local businesses who donated gift certificates which were used in the drawing.

CCSA is continuing to accept donations to help eliminate hunger.


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CCSA Says Congratulations!

CCSA recently partnered with a new Pacific Beach non-profit called “Pacific Beach Street Guardians”.  The role of this group of very dedicated people is to create a community where all neighbors work in collaboration, serving each other with their resources, time and God-given talents.  The main mission of PBSG is to connect housed and unhoused neighbors in Pacific Beach through community education and employment opportunities.  PBSG offers transitional paid employment opportunities for Team Members to earn money and gain experience for future long-term employment.  Donations of supplies, such as garbage bags, canvas gloves, work shirts, water bottles are always needed. To learn more this non-profit, please contact Caryn at caryn@pbstreetguardians.org

NICE WORK Caryn!  

Expanding our Wings

CCSA has partnered with on-site coordinator at 1050 B St in downtown San Diego where housing is provided for those on fixed incomes. CCSA will be providing food to residents who, due to the lack of transportation, are unable to come to our food pantry.  CCSA will be working closely with the on-site coordinator, providing can goods, fresh fruits, vegetables, salads, meats and other items, which can be very costly for many people.

How You Can Help

  • Volunteer your time
  • Donate food, clothing, hygiene items, or stock
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A Special Thank You

  • THERAPIE DAY SPA for donating over 200 hygiene bags for our PB center
  • Sprouts for weekly food donations, as well as donations from a special food drive, asking customers if they would like like to purchase a food bag to be donated. As of January 4th, CCSA has received $ 13,543.87 in the Sprouts Holiday food drive!
  • Thank you to Sempra Energy for their generous donation of $750 towards the Homeless Gift Bag program.


 Holidays Observed