San Diego doesn’t have a Major League Soccer team yet, but the soccer community in San Diego is second to none.
Going off the popular ‘Footy McFooty Face’ that emerged when fans were asked what the name of a potential MLS team in San Diego should be named, we now have Foody McFoody Face.
And he’s here for a good reason.
The San Diego soccer community has gathered together for a Foody McFoody Face Food Drive to take place from July 1st to the 9th benefiting the San Diego Food Bank. The American Outlaws San Diego Chapter and Chula Vista FC are just two of the local clubs jumping on board to help raise awareness for people in our community who need help.
The San Diego Food Bank website lists canned chicken & tuna, dry & canned beans, cereal, rice, nuts & seeds, peanut butter, canned soup, canned & dried fruit, canned vegetables, powdered milk and infant formula as their most needed food items. They also state that they cannot accept glass jars.
If you would like to drop off a food item, here is a list of some drop off locations:
-O’Brien’s 4646 Convoy Street, San Diego 92111
-Harp 4935 Newport Ave., San Diego 92107
-Oscar Wildes Irish Pub 1440 University Ave., San Diego 92103
-Urge Gastro Pub 16761 Bernardo Ctr. Dr., San Diego 92128
-Cerveza Jack’s 1165 Garnet Ave., San Diego 92109
-Sabores Colombianos 3695 University Ave., San Diego 92104
-Iron Fist Barrio Logan 1985 National Ave. #1132, San Diego 92113
-Bluefoot Bar 3404 30th St., San Diego 92104
-Border X Brewing 2181 Logan Ave., San Diego 92113
-Goalkeeper 5981 Fairmount Ave., San Diego 92120
-La Quinta Grill 625 E Street, Chula Vista 91910
On July ninth you can also bring your donation to the Gold Cup doubleheader at Qualcomm Stadium.
For more information or to donation online go to FoodyMcFoodyFace.com