San Antonio Food Bank

Homelessness is rare, brief, and non-recurring

Funding Priority: End Homelessness

Haven for Hope Community Kitchen

FY 2022 Adopted Allocation: $ 1,152,852 ($784,884 General Fund & $367,968 Emergency Solutions Grant)

FY 2023 Adopted Allocation: $ 1,152,852 ($784,884 General Fund & $367,968 Emergency Solutions Grant)

Total FY 2023 Program Budget: $ 2,560,415

Total FY 2023 Agency Budget: $ 32,891,798


Program Description: The San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB) Haven for Hope Community Kitchen will provide nutritious and healthy meals for residents of Haven for Hope, 3 times a day, 365 days a year. This basic meal service is intended to assist with the life transition of the vast number of homeless individuals who are temporarily residing at Haven.

Program Performance Measures

Number (#) of unduplicated clients served

"Unduplicated clients" means each client who receives services in the current contract term will only be counted once in this performance measure. The current contract term is October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023 for FY2023.


Q3 and Q4 Update: Data is under review and pending final department approval.

Number (#) of meals served

Number (#) of participants attending customer experience focus groups


Percentage (%) of participants who agree or strongly agree they are satisfied with the food quality and services provided

Due to the design of this program, this performance measure is a "no target" measure in the first two quarters of the contract term/fiscal year.

Seniors are healthy, engaged and independent

Funding Priority: Senior Independence

Project HOPE

FY 2022 Adopted Allocation: $ 500,000 (General Fund)

FY 2023 Adopted Allocation: $ 500,000 (General Fund)

Total FY 2023 Program Budget: $ 10,429,028

Total FY 2023 Agency Budget: $ 32,891,798


Program Description: The San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB) Project Health Options Program for the Elderly (Project HOPE) provides senior citizens living on a fixed income with supplemental staple groceries monthly. Food is chosen to accommodate the special dietary needs of the senior population and includes produce, protein, whole grains and shelf stable foods that will help the seniors live a healthy and independent life. Project HOPE will serve low-income seniors attending senior nutrition centers and local food pantries in the San Antonio area.


Program Performance Measures

Number (#) of unduplicated clients served

"Unduplicated clients" means each client who receives services in the current contract term will only be counted once in this performance measure. The current contract term is October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023 for FY2023.

Number (#) of pounds of nutritious food provided


Percentage (%) of participants who report increased food security due to availability of food resources through the Senior Center or other program

Due to the design of this program, this performance measure is a "no target" measure in the first two quarters of the contract term/fiscal year.