For the past two years, the Rotary Club of Marin Evening has been providing meals to those experiencing homelessness through St. Vincent de Paul. Club members have made over 4,600 lunches for distribution during the COVID-19 pandemic when the St. Vincent's kitchen was closed for health reasons. Thanks to the club's efforts, these people have had one less thing to worry about--getting a decent meal. Now that St. Vincent's is re-opening their kitchen, the sack lunches are no longer needed. But there were a lifeline for over two years.