Mama’s Kitchen would like to thank the Medtronic Foundation for their generous support of our Home-Delivered Meal Service. The Medtronic Foundation has provided a two-year Health Access Grant in the amount of $50,000 to Mama’s Kitchen in recognition of our continued commitment to improve access to healthcare in San Diego County. This contribution will provide… Read the full article »
We have an awesome group of supporters who raise funds for us, donate, collect food for Mama’s Pantry, and volunteer here at the Kitchen. We applaud every single one of them and encourage you to join us and help feed our neighbors who are affected by AIDS or cancer.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 21st Annual Wine Tasting Fundraiser Benefitting Mama’s Kitchen The fundraiser will help Mama’s Kitchen continue its mission to deliver meals to San Diego community members affected by AIDS/HIV or Cancer SAN DIEGO – June 16, 2016 –Park & Rec in University Heights hosts and presents Mama’s Kitchen’s 21st Annual Wine Tasting… Read the full article »
Mama’s Kitchen would like to thank the Sundt Foundation for their generous support of Mama’s Kitchen’s Children Nutritional Health Program. This program serves the children of our Home-Delivered Meal Service clients who are vulnerable to hunger because their parent is simply too ill from AIDS or cancer to shop for and prepare nutritious food. By… Read the full article »
Our clients inspire us with their courage and strength. We remember them with fondness, and will miss them going forward. We say goodbye to Miguel M., Ramon G., Alfredo L., David G., Kelly F., Eric B., John B., Tony S and Steve G.
Oatmeal is made of oat groats that have either been ground, crushed, steel-cut, or rolled. Ground oats are also called “white oats”. Steel-cut oats are known as “coarse oatmeal” or “Irish oatmeal”. Oats are one of the highest-protein whole grains, and their vitamin and mineral content can’t be beat. 1 cup of cooked oats has:… Read the full article »
Mama’s Kitchen is dedicated to providing essential nutrition to those struggling with AIDS or cancer in our community. We strive to give critically ill people a second chance at life. For some, illness strikes and they have nowhere to turn. Often they are too weak or too sick to shop and prepare meals for themselves… Read the full article »