Video: Homebound seniors getting help from new RDNC food delivery program

The Richmond District Neighborhood Center is getting ready to kick off a pilot program for grocery delivery to homebound seniors in the Richmond District. The center says there are 16,000 seniors in the neighborhood, one quarter of which are unable to get to the grocery store on their own.

The RDNC uses their successful food pantry program to prepare the groceries, and then onhealthy lamictal online relies on volunteers to deliver them to seniors.

CBS News recently paid a visit to the center to profile the program, which you can watch in the video above.

To volunteer for the program, or to let the RDNC know about a Richmond District, homebound senior who could benefit from this program, contact Sarah Huck at or (415) 750-8554.

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