Sitting at the edge of the Dunbar-Spring neighborhood, north of downtown, in Tucson, Arizona, Caridad Community Kitchen lives in an ordinary, gray-block building. But what takes place inside is anything but.
A program of the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, Caridad, Spanish for charity, has touched the lives of countless people for more than 15 years.
Featuring a feeding program at congregate meal sites, a 10-week culinary training program for unemployed and underemployed individuals, and a full catering service, Caridad is built on the principle that hunger in our community can be solved in many ways.
Caridad Meal Sites
Are you in need? Would you like to learn more? We provide hot meals and sack lunches to hungry people in Tucson seven days a week.
Caridad Culinary Training Program
Want a career in the culinary arts? We offer a 10-week program that prepares students for the profession.
Caridad Catering: Food for the Social Good
Having an event? We have a full catering service you can feel good about supporting.