Lucky Duck Foundation Featured on Good Morning America’s “GMA3”


Did you see us on Good Morning America’s “GMA3”? 

They featured the employment program which hires Salvation Army shelter residents to be food rescue route drivers. Feeding San Diego provides the food rescue routes and a vehicle, and the Lucky Duck Foundation provides funding to cover all wages, gas and maintenance. 

Thus far, the program has rescued more than 500,000 lbs. of food and all graduates have secured full-time employment and are still housed. 

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Makayla Scott

Peer Mentor, Promises2Kids
As an African American first-generation college graduate, I recently earned my Bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning Management and Design. Despite facing the challenges of homelessness and balancing motherhood, I have persevered and am committed to using my experiences to advocate for better urban planning and support for vulnerable communities.”