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These veggie boxes help train people with disabilities

These veggie boxes help train people with disabilitiesWhistlestop in San Rafael has kept up its mission to provide support services for older adults and people living with disabilities with free, personalized grocery delivery in partnership with United Markets. The new WhistleShoppers service facilitates food shopping for Marin residents without internet access or technical know-how or who are unable to leave home. To place a grocery order, call 415-454-0964.

The organization’s Jackson Café is open from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekdays for a selection of fresh, affordable takeout meals that are sold through the front door of the Active Aging Center at 930 Tamalpais Ave. in San Rafael. View the day’s menu and a list of additional Whistlestop programs that remain operational during the stay-at-home order, including local restaurants that deliver and the brown bag food pantry, at whistlestop.org or call 415-456-9062. You’ll also find links on the website for making a donation or offering volunteer help.

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