SAN FRANCISCO ‐ On August 24, several members of the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Neurosciences Building Project Team participated in a community service event benefitting the San Francisco Food Bank. The food bank, located about a mile away from the UCSF Mission Bay Campus, delivers food to over 200,000 people each year through deliveries to nonprofit organizations as well as to individual families at weekly farmers' market-style neighborhood distributions. In order to accomplish this, the San Francisco Food bank relies on volunteers to repack and shelve almost 400 tons of food delivered to their warehouse every week, doing the work of what would be about 50 full-time employees. The UCSF Project Team, including individuals from Edgemoor, Clark, SOM and UCSF Real Estate Services, repackaged over 2000 pounds of rice that will be included in the food bank's weekly food deliveries throughout San Francisco. Participants included: Darin Bigus, Justin Raaf, Marie Speakman, Tegan Sullivan, Geoff Stricker, Gina Myers, Chris Kimball, Lief Tsai, and Victoria Fong.
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