Sj: Food Trucks Rescue Christmas Dinner For San Jose Homeless

A sea of RVs lined the road to CityTeam’s men’s shelter in San Jose, where the nonprofit distributed its annual Christmas Day dinner. Among them were two food trucks. Having to change plans after a case of COVID-19 was identified at the shelter and kitchen, the organization had 48 hours to find a way to make the dinner happen, said CityTeam spokesperson Darlene Tenes. “The food trucks came by, which is great because we gave them very little notice to make a few hundred meals,” she said. “They really stepped up.” Tenes got in touch with Ryan Sebastian, founder of the food truck networking business Moveable, and two food trucks agreed to come out and distribute free meals to anyone who came.

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