Meals on Wheels driver Viena Sefo dances as she returns to her car to deliver lunches to residents in the Bayview District of San Francisco, Calif. Thursday, March 23, 2017. (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner)

Meals on Wheels driver Viena Sefo dances as she returns to her car to deliver lunches to residents in the Bayview District of San Francisco, Calif. Thursday, March 23, 2017. (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner)

Riding along with Meals on Wheels

Photos from a day spent with the Meals on Wheels team as they delivered meals to seniors and other residents in need of service in San Francisco’s Bayview District Thursday, March 23, 2017. President Donald Trump’s recent federal budget proposal has threatened to cut funding to services such as Meals on Wheels, leaving them with an uncertain future and leaving customers with anxiety of what is to come. Photos by Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner.

Meals on Wheels driver Viena Sefo dances as she returns to her car to deliver lunches to residents in the Bayview District of San Francisco, Calif. Thursday, March 23, 2017. (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner)

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Meals on Wheels driver Viena Sefo dances as she returns to her car to deliver lunches to residents in the Bayview District of San Francisco, Calif. Thursday, March 23, 2017. (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner)

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