By 2029, we commit to ensure members of our communities have the food they need to lead active, healthy lives.
In a place with so much wealth, everyone should have consistent access to nutritious food. Yet 1 in 3 people in San Francisco and Alameda Counties cannot afford or do not have access to enough food to eat three nutritious meals a day. Keeping up with the rising cost of living can be a constant struggle, and too many people are forced to make trade-offs between paying rent and feeding themselves and their families. By 2029, the Stupski Foundation commits to ensure members of our communities have the food they need to lead active, healthy lives. We’re investing in solutions that not only feed people today but also expand the capacity of the system to provide food in the future.