Treasure Box, Grace Point Church bring affordable food program to area

Grace Point Church has partnered with The Treasure Box to serve families, individuals and students in San Diego.

The Treasure Box is pleased to bring its affordable food program to Carmel Valley. The Treasure Box is an economical meal program that provides quality and nutrition for families and individuals for $30 per week. There are no pre-qualifiers or restrictions. The Treasure Box is available to the public and can be ordered by visiting or calling (866) 712-0925.

Grace Point Church has partnered with The Treasure Box to serve families, individuals and students in San Diego. There are nearly 40 churches and other non profit organizations offering The Treasure Box program across San Diego County, and over 350 sites in the Western Region. The Treasure Box’s San Diego Rep Kristy Myers said: “We saw the need for a program like this with so many families and individuals experiencing the effects of the economy.”

“It’s just a smart way to stretch your budget, with foods you’d normally buy at Ralphs,” said Carmel Valley resident Christa Evashko.

Jill Baker, Missions and Outreach Coordinator, Grace Point Church “The Treasure Box program has been a life saver to many of the families in our community over this past year. The Treasure Box is not only for those who are trying to make their dollar go a little further but it is a fiscally prudent way to spend your grocery money. I am impressed with the quality and quantity of food in each box. Our families have also enjoyed the variety and creativity of different types of Treasure Boxes offered on a monthly basis.”

The Treasure Box, developed by San Diego based Good Source Solutions, has partnerships with more than 500 well-known, popular food brands. The Treasure Box is able to provide a pre-assembled, frozen box packed with up to $65-90 worth of delicious, nutritious, high-quality foods for just $30 a box. Each plentiful, monthly box offers 21-25 pounds of frozen foods, including a variety of brand name foods that provide a family of four with a week of meals for lunch and dinner, or an individual with nearly a month of meals! The Treasure Box has a variety of menus which are posted online at

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