Project Open Hand

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Project Open Hand

Project Open Hand is a non-profit organization that provides nutritious meals and nutrition counseling to individuals with serious illnesses, seniors, and individuals living with disabilities. The organization was founded in San Francisco in 1985 in response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and it has since expanded its services to provide meals to individuals facing other serious illnesses, including cancer and diabetes. In addition to meal delivery, Project Open Hand also offers nutrition education and counseling to help individuals and families make healthy choices and improve their overall health and well-being.
With a team of dedicated volunteers and staff, the organization serves thousands of meals each day across multiple locations in California. Additionally, Project Open Hand is a second-chance employer and will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. Interested applicants should contact the organization directly for questions related to second-chance hiring policy and procedure.


730 Polk Street San Francisco, California 94109

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