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Give PB&J Sandwiches to Homeless Folks While Wearing a Banana Suit

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I’m unfortunately out of town but I took part in this the previous two years. It is a lot of fun. Basically you get to do a good deed by feeding homeless people and giving out socks, while also having fun and wearing a banana costume. While it is on a Tuesday afternoon, it’s a great way to spend your lunch break. Here’s all the info from the FB invite:

This is a free event, please bring peanut butter, jelly, bread, ziplock bags, and socks. We have 30 banana suits already. If you have your own or can get more on Amazon prime, please bring them.

It’s that time of the year again!!! If you didn’t come last year you missed out!

So heres the plan….

We will all meet at Monarch to put on our banana costumes and make the sandwiches, our goal this year is to give out 2000 sandwiches and 1000 pairs of socks!

So after we have made the pb&j’s we will have a moving dance party parade to hand them out to the lovely people of the Tenderloin and SoMa.

Please bring pb&j making supplies and socks!

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