(805) Deli Teams Up with Transition House To Feed Homeless Families

Families in Need Will Benefit from Buy-One / Give One Donation

(805) Deli is partnering with Transition House Family Homeless Shelter of Santa Barbara to offer a buy-one/give-one sandwich deal to help feed families residing at Transition House this Thanksgiving Holiday.

For every sandwich purchased during the week of Thanksgiving, the (805) Deli will donate a sandwich to Transition House Family Homeless Shelter. On the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday before Thanksgiving, simply purchase a sandwich and a sandwich will be given to the shelter.

The community is also invited to be a Secret Santa and purchase a gift for a child residing at Transition House. A gift drop-off box will be available at the (805) Deli during the week of Thanksgiving.

For more information, contact Jett Black at 966.9668 x115.

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Transition House combats family homelessness and poverty by offering emergency shelter, housing, and anti-poverty services to less fortunate residents of Santa Barbara. For more information, please visit onlineor call (805) 966-9668.

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The (805) Deli features a variety of soups, sandwiches, salads, and a complete catering menu with platters and boxed meals. Open for breakfast and lunch, Monday through Friday, 6am to 5pm. Call 962-5596 or view their complete menu online.

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