They are a non-profit organization. Project Open Hand provides meals for people fighting illness (HIV/AIDS, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and many other severe conditions) and coping with the challenges of aging. In addition, they provide healthy groceries to clients who visit one of their two grocery centers in Oakland and San Francisco. For Older Adults (age 60+) and Adults with Disabilities (age 18-59), they provide warm, nutritious lunches at their locations. Through Project Open Hand’s Wellness Programs, they provide healthy, medically-tailored meals and groceries for pick up in San Francisco and Alameda County. Homebound clients offer home-delivered meals. They also have registered dietitians to counsel and support clients on eating right.