Mama's Kitchen celebrates 10,000th visit to Mama's Pantry

July 2007
Gay & Lesbian Times;7/5/2007, Issue 1019, p12
The article reports that Mama's Kitchen, a nonprofit charitable organization, will celebrate the 10,000th visit to Mama's Pantry in San Diego, California on July 22, 2007. The pantry serves individuals living with people with HIV and AIDS on a limited income who supplement their grocery shopping with monthly trips to a food pantry. Mama's Pantry is an extension of the nutritional services provided by Mama's Kitchen in an effort to respond to the changing face of AIDS in San Diego County.


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