Meals on Wheels San Francisco and Mayor Ed Lee announce kick off of $35 million campaign for projects to be designed by JLA
San Francisco, CA
Jackson Liles Architecture is honored to be working with Meals on Wheels San Francisco on the design of their new Kitchen Production facility and the renovation of their existing headquarters. We enjoyed a sunny and inspiring morning on Wednesday, July 12th with Mayor Ed Lee, Ashley McCumber, CEO of Meals on Wheels SF, many MOWSF staff & drivers, representatives from City Agencies and others at a press conference to recognize the deep commitment of the City of San Francisco in their support of Meals on Wheels SF as they begin to plan $35 million dollar project to greatly expand their meal production capacity. Meals on Wheels San Francisco provides essential services including not only food, but a connection to social services, companionship, safety items, and other things that homebound seniors need to continue living in their own homes. For Meals on Wheels San Francisco, it’s not just food but providing whatever else is needed for "Nourishing the Whole Person". Our studio is working on the design of a new 42,000 sf building to be located in the Bayview that will house a kitchen production facility and support spaces to enable Meals on Wheels can expand their services for a growing population of seniors. The project also includes a renovation of the existing Meals on Wheels headquarters to provide updated workspaces for staff, social workers, nutritionistsand volunteers.