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    San Francisco 49ers Fight Food Insecurity With Martha’s Kitchen

    The San Francisco 49ers for many years have supported Martha’s Kitchen, a San Jose-based nonprofit that has a mission of “feeding the hungry with dignity, no questions asked.” Last year, the organization provided over 2,800,000 meals to those in need.

    During the holiday season, 49ers staff have helped to assemble hundreds of to-go boxes of hot dinner meals to distribute to underserved communities. Players in the past have even gone to Martha’s Kitchen to serve dinner in person to hundreds of hungry guests. In 2019, tight end George Kittle brought his entire family to help out. He was interviewed wearing a festive reindeer hat as he prepared to dish out some vittles:

    Star linebacker Fred Warner was also at that event, where he proudly refilled beverages and bussed tables.

    Martha’s Kitchen works with multiple partners that they provide food to throughout the year. At its San Jose site, breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served during the week. Boxes of groceries are distributed on Tuesdays from 5–6 pm. Dinner and groceries are also served in Watsonville on Tuesdays. For more information:


    Published on January 25, 2024