A Good Use Challenge

1,000 Jars of Peanut Butter

Given to the San Diego Food Bank in May 2020

At Good Use, we’re working to create communities of giving. A lot of people need a lot of help right now, and if each of us can find a way to give a little, together we can give a lot. That’s why we’re partnering with the San Diego Food Bank to launch the Peanut Butter Challenge.

The Challenge

Give 1,000 jars of peanut butter to the San Diego Food Bank to help people throughout San Diego.

When It Starts

May 11, 2020

When It Ends

May 31, 2020

How to Give

What to Give

The San Diego Food Bank will accept any kind of peanut butter, as long as it’s not homemade or in a glass jar. Let’s face it, you’re either Team Chunky, or Team Creamy. Why not make sure your side prevails by rallying your fellow Chunksters or Creamies to join the cause?

About the San Diego Food Bank

The San Diego Food Bank is a great organization that works with donors to provide nutritious food to hungry people throughout San Diego. The COVID-19 epidemic has created more food insecurity in our community than ever before, and the folks at the Food Bank are working around the clock to get emergency food to vulnerable families in these uncertain times. That’s a mission we can all get behind.

And One Last Thing…

You don’t have to limit yourself to peanut butter! The Food Bank is always looking for donations of food (see a list of the most needed items), time (learn how to volunteer) and money (donate) to help them achieve their mission. Help out however you can!

Together we can give a lot! #BeOfGoodUse!