Sikhs for Humanity step up to help feed those taking shelter from Kincaid Fire

 Additional hot meals for 500 individuals was also served, by the SFH Mountain House team of volunteers at St Mary’s Din...

SAN RAFAEL — Members of Sikhs for Humanity from throughout Northern California including Manteca served dinner to over 700 Kincade Fire emergency evacuation center residents in a temporary shelter set up at Marin County Fair Grounds in San Rafael.  

The meal was made possible by the help of all Northern California Gurudwaras (Sikh Temple), known as Sikhs for Humanity (SFH).

The Fremont Gurudwara organized preparing hot meals on a short notice...

...Food was transported in three pickup trucks by volunteers and dining area was set up inside shelter. Shelter residents, Red Cross, and Salvation Army welcomed SFH volunteers.

Organizers noted those sheltered “appreciated delicious vegetarian food. It was very emotional and warm welcome and many eyes were seen wet with love and joy for the outpouring community support during these tough times.”

 Additional hot meals for 500 individuals was also served, by the SFH Mountain House team of volunteers at St Mary’s Dining Room in Stockton. St Mary’s Dining room is a community kitchen open to public where free breakfast, lunch and dinner is served throughout the year. 

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