Christ’s Kitchen Provides Food to Underserved San Diego Residents

Christ’s Kitchen in San Diego
Christ’s Kitchen in San Diego

 

Captain David Schnell brings more than 26 years of service with the U.S. Navy to his current role as general manager of the Americas Commercial & State Transportation Group’s Los Angeles Express Lanes program. Holding an undergraduate degree in political science and an MBA from St. Mary’s College, Captain David Schnell draws from his vast leadership experience in his work as the executive director of Christ’s Kitchen in San Diego.

Christ’s Kitchen provides food to homeless and underserved residents in the greater San Diego area. As part of the Bread of Life Rescue Mission, which serves as an overnight homeless shelter in the city of Oceanside annually from December 1 through March 31, Christ’s Kitchen prepares and serves hundred of meals to guests at the shelter, who are also offered referrals to substance abuse programs and information about other community resources.

According to the 2016 homeless census, Oceanside’s homeless population has more than doubled since 2015, making it the second-largest in the county. This has put significant pressure on organizations such as Christ’s Kitchen and has limited their ability to extend resources to all in need. In light of this increase, the mission is currently working to become a year-round shelter to help address homelessness in Oceanside.

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