Alameda County Community Food Bank

Alameda County Community Food Bank We serve 1 in 5 residents of Alameda County. Every $1 donated helps provide $7 worth of food. www.accfb.org. Member of Feeding America. Alameda County Community Food Bank goes beyond providing food for today — we also give hope for a better tomorrow.
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Since 1985, Alameda County Community Food Bank has been at the forefront of hunger relief efforts, helping people struggling with hunger in our neighborhoods. We are fiercely committed to alleviating hunger by providing nutritious food and nutrition education to people in need, educating the public, and promoting public policies that address hunger and its root causes.

Since 1985, Alameda County Community Food Bank has been at the forefront of hunger relief efforts, helping people struggling with hunger in our neighborhoods. We are fiercely committed to alleviating hunger by providing nutritious food and nutrition education to people in need, educating the public, and promoting public policies that address hunger and its root causes.

Mission: Alameda County Community Food Bank passionately pursues a hunger-free community.

Operating as usual

Did you know ACCFB volunteers are helping partner agencies throughout the County by packing, sorting and delivering food...
11/18/2020

Did you know ACCFB volunteers are helping partner agencies throughout the County by packing, sorting and delivering food in the community? Jeni and Peter started volunteering at San Lorenzo Family Help Center in April.

"We heard there was going to be a big need for people who were out of work or are financially stressed, and so we thought we would pitch in," Peter said.

We need more help in our warehouse and out in our community, especially during the busy holiday season. Send us an email at [email protected] or sign up for a shift online: https://www.accfb.org/get-involved/volunteer/

With the holidays (quickly) approaching, you're probably hitting the grocery store a little more often. Thanks to Raley'...
11/16/2020

With the holidays (quickly) approaching, you're probably hitting the grocery store a little more often. Thanks to Raley's Food For Families, your supermarket stops could help provide meals for the holidays. Donate in-store at any Alameda County Raley's or Nob Hill, purchase a holiday bear, or make a donation online at foodforfamilies.org. You'll help make the holidays brighter for so many of us.

We 🧡 our friends at 106 KMEL. All day long, they're hosting Hip Hop for Hunger to support Bay Area Food Banks - includin...
11/14/2020
Hip Hop For Hunger | Nov 14th, 2020 | Serramonte Mall

We 🧡 our friends at 106 KMEL. All day long, they're hosting Hip Hop for Hunger to support Bay Area Food Banks - including ACCFB. Learn how you can help this holiday season by donating or volunteering - and how to get food if you or someone you know is in need of groceries.

Thank you, KMEL, for once again making a difference in our community.

Be the first to get all the important details on 106.1 KMEL - #1 For Hip Hop and R&B in the Bay Area! only on 106.1 KMEL

Happening Now: The Boy Scouts food drive "Scouting for Food." This is one of our biggest one-day food drives of the year...
11/14/2020
Scouting for Food 2020 – GGAC

Happening Now: The Boy Scouts food drive "Scouting for Food." This is one of our biggest one-day food drives of the year, bringing in thousands of meals for our community. This year, instead of going door to door to collect food, the Boy Scouts set up drop off locations. Find yours at the link below 👇

A huge thank you to the Boy Scouts for supporting our Food Bank and finding an innovative way to keep this important food drive going.

Thank you for supporting the Golden Gate Area Council, Scouting for Food! In 2019 over 100,000 pounds of food were collected. Please see below for your nearest drop off location, they are categorized by county and then by city.

Reminder: The Boy Scouts will be "Scouting for Food" tomorrow. This is one of our largest single-day food drives and it ...
11/14/2020
Scouting for Food 2020 – GGAC

Reminder: The Boy Scouts will be "Scouting for Food" tomorrow. This is one of our largest single-day food drives and it helps provide thousands of meals every year. The Boy Scouts had to get creative due to the pandemic. Instead of picking up food from your doorstep, they've set up drop off locations. Check them out here: https://ggacbsa.org/scouting-for-food-2020/

Thank you to the Boy Scouts (and you!) for ensuring our neighbors have access to healthy food this holiday season.

Thank you for supporting the Golden Gate Area Council, Scouting for Food! In 2019 over 100,000 pounds of food were collected. Please see below for your nearest drop off location, they are categorized by county and then by city.

This sweet, heartfelt note was written by Food Bank friend Rachel. We wanted to share it on #WorldKindnessDay because we...
11/13/2020

This sweet, heartfelt note was written by Food Bank friend Rachel. We wanted to share it on #WorldKindnessDay because we don't do this work alone.

It's the kindness of our entire community that makes our work possible: our partner agencies, volunteers, supporters, food program participants, advocates - YOU!

We're proud to be part of Alameda County. #FeelGoodFriday

We are distributing enough food for 70,000 people every day, as need for food assistance has doubled in Alameda County. ...
11/12/2020
How Will Food Banks Meet Pandemic-Fueled Demand During the Holiday Season?

We are distributing enough food for 70,000 people every day, as need for food assistance has doubled in Alameda County. We're able to provide much-needed food for our neighbors thanks to the generous support of our community. Each holiday season, we're inspired and amazed by the way you step up to ensure all of us have access to healthy food.

Thanks to NBC Bay Area and Melissa Colorado for telling this important story.

Food banks across the Bay Area are preparing to feed a record number of hungry families this holiday season.

We met Oakland residents Surya and Estella a few months ago. They're both from small towns in Guatemala and have lived i...
11/11/2020

We met Oakland residents Surya and Estella a few months ago. They're both from small towns in Guatemala and have lived in Oakland for more than 12 years.

"It is really tough to find a job in this time," Estella says. "But we're thankful for the people helping here."

We're now distributing enough food for 70,000 people every day. When you shop at Safeway and make a $10 donation at checkout, you'll help provide healthy food for families like Surya's and Estella's. We're so grateful for Safeway's continued partnership.

11/09/2020
Oakland Turkey Trot

Here is some #MondayMotivation to get your week started! 🦃🦃🦃 The Oakland Turkey Trot is going VIRTU-ALL this year. More than just a healthy start to the holiday, the Oakland Turkey Trot is a fun way to give back while you give thanks.

Run or walk anytime between Monday, November 23rd @ 5:10am through Sunday, November 29th @ 11:59pm. 💪🧡🍎

Registration is now open: runsignup.com/ott
Race details: https://bit.ly/2Ikyv4r

YOU CAN’T STOP THE FEAST 🔥 We’re going VIRTU-ALL for the 2020 Oakland Turkey Trot 🎉 REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

runsignup.com/ott

#OakRunCo

11/08/2020
Fresh Produce Box Assembly

GET INSPIRED! Check out the AMAZING Friday volunteer crew who assembled 40 pallets of produce boxes in one day! 💪That is over 42,000 pounds of fresh fruits and veggies headed to folks across Alameda County.🥕

This is always our busiest time of year and, unfortunately, the need in Alameda County has doubled since COVID-19 began.

👉We need YOUR help making sure we ALL have access to fresh, nutritious food. Plus, by volunteering, you will get to enjoy the wonderful sense of accomplishment and comradery that comes from working together towards a common goal!

For more info visit: www.accfb.org/volunteer today. 🧡

We know the jack-o-lanterns are barely put away, but we’re already thinking about the holidays. If you’re starting your ...
11/07/2020

We know the jack-o-lanterns are barely put away, but we’re already thinking about the holidays. If you’re starting your shopping this weekend at T.J.Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, Sierra and Homesense, you can make a donation in store to benefit ACCFB!

With COVID-related need spiking quickly at the start of the pandemic, we quickly set up contactless drive-through distri...
11/06/2020

With COVID-related need spiking quickly at the start of the pandemic, we quickly set up contactless drive-through distributions. People pull up their cars, pop their trunks, and volunteers place groceries inside.

With help from Wells Fargo, our partners at Tri-City Volunteers set up a drive-through distribution to safely provide groceries for our neighbors. In just two months, they served more than 5,300 households - distributing healthy groceries and nutritious meals.

Thank you, Tri-City Volunteers and Wells Fargo, for helping meet the growing need.

CalFresh is our first line of defense against hunger. It's an important nutrition program that helps thousands of us fee...
11/06/2020
Get Food

CalFresh is our first line of defense against hunger. It's an important nutrition program that helps thousands of us feed our families healthy meals every day. We can help you apply and assist in multiple languages:

Facts about #SNAP / #CalFresh eligibility:

🍆 You don’t have to have children to get CalFresh.

🥕 Getting CalFresh for you & your family won't take it away from anyone else.

🥑 You don't have to go into the office to apply, you can apply online: accfb.org/get-food/

Datos de #SNAP / #CalFresh:

🍆 No se requiere tener menores para recibir CalFresh.

🥕 Obtener CalFresh para usted y su familia no le quita los beneficios a nadie más.

🥑 No tiene que ir a la oficina para solicitar, puede hacerlo en línea en https://comidaahora.net/

Our Helpline will connect you to a source for groceries or a hot meal the same day you call us. We can assist callers in multiple languages. If you leave a message, we will call you back and connect you to a nearby food provider the same day you

Wondering what happens after the polls close tonight? The vote count process doesn't end on Election Night. Any ballot p...
11/04/2020

Wondering what happens after the polls close tonight? The vote count process doesn't end on Election Night. Any ballot postmarked by today and received by Nov. 20 will be counted. You still have time to make your voice heard - Accessible Voting Locations close at 8 p.m.

Read more about the process: https://bit.ly/34ZhrcZ

"People are hurting with hunger and COVID. It's important for people to get involved and make changes. It makes me feel ...
11/04/2020

"People are hurting with hunger and COVID. It's important for people to get involved and make changes. It makes me feel empowered to do something, especially because I can't vote at the moment."

Antosh has been volunteering in our warehouse since June and became a lead volunteer a few months ago. Originally from England, Antosh has lived in the U.S. for ten years and applied to be a citizen. In the meantime, he's helped our Food Bank provide countless healthy meals - and has had important conversations in our warehouse with other volunteers.

"While not being a voter, I feel this is one way I can be part of the change."

We're so grateful to have amazing volunteers like Antosh. Remember - your voice matters even if you're not casting a ballot.

REMINDER: You can still vote today - even if you missed the registration deadline. It's called conditional voting and yo...
11/03/2020

REMINDER: You can still vote today - even if you missed the registration deadline. It's called conditional voting and your ballot will be counted just like any other. Check out our voter resource page for any last minute voting questions: www.accfb.org/vote

Today is the day - Election Day! Have you already voted? What's your plan today? If you need assistance, a new ballot, o...
11/03/2020

Today is the day - Election Day! Have you already voted? What's your plan today? If you need assistance, a new ballot, or if you want to vote in person (bring your ballot with you) - here are all of the Accessible Voting Locations (AVL) in Alameda County: https://www.acgov.org/rovapps/maps/avl/

They're open until 8 tonight. Hunger is on the ballot this election.

"I think voting is extremely important. Having a say in policies that affect your life is a privilege, and people who ha...
11/03/2020

"I think voting is extremely important. Having a say in policies that affect your life is a privilege, and people who have the right to vote should use it. Getting as many votes out as possible is critical." - Soumya, Food Bank Volunteer

Soumya joined our group of phone banking volunteers to help make calls and encourage our neighbors to vote this election. She says while calling about elections as a non-citizen felt strange, she was glad she could contribute.

We're so grateful for volunteers like Soumya who are helping us get out the message: Ending hunger starts at the polls. If you're not eligible to vote, your voice still matters. Reach out to your friends and family and ask them if they've turned in their ballot.

Check our resource page for more info: https://www.accfb.org/vote/

11/01/2020
Register to Vote

We're in the final days leading up to the election. Did you know you can still vote - even if you missed the registration deadline? You can register up until the day of the election and cast your ballot. Once your registration form is verified by election officials, your vote will be counted just like any other. Learn more at accfb.org/vote.

Happy Halloween from all of us at ACCFB! Between goblin up candy and carving out time for pumpkin decorating - we hope y...
10/31/2020

Happy Halloween from all of us at ACCFB! Between goblin up candy and carving out time for pumpkin decorating - we hope you have a spooky 👻 safe 🕸 healthy 🧟‍♀️ Halloween 🎃

10/30/2020
Pumpkin Man

It's a Halloween unlike any other, but that isn't stopping Albany Haunt- Pumpkin Man 2020 from getting into the spooky spirit. This impressive 15-foot-tall Pumpkin Man was built by longtime supporter Sam. For years, Sam has created a haunted house in his backyard - known as the Albany Haunt - and donated a protion of proceeds to ACCFB. While Pumpkin Man looks scary, Sam says he's a gentle giant. Listen to his message and check out Pumpkin Man this weekend:

1540 Visalia Ave, Berkeley
Friday Oct 30: Sunset - 8:30PM
Halloween: Sunset - 9PM

10/29/2020
m/Oppenheim Associates

ICYMI: Our Executive Director Suzan Bateson and our Chief of Partnership and Strategy Allison Pratt joined m/Oppenheim Associates to talk about food insecurity in Alameda County. We estimate the need has doubled since the start of the pandemic. Tune in to see how we've scaled our response and are meeting urgent needs of our community. Thank you, m/Oppenheim Associates, for featuring our work.

Food Insecurity in Oakland and Alameda County | Nonprofit Report

Mark Oppenheim leads a conversation on food insecurity with the executive team of the Alameda County Community Food Bank with guests: Suzan Bateson, Executive Director and Allison Pratt, Chief of Partnership and Strategy.

Election Day is one 👏 week 👏 away 👏 But you don't have to wait until Nov. 3 to cast your ballot. Check out our resource ...
10/28/2020

Election Day is one 👏 week 👏 away 👏 But you don't have to wait until Nov. 3 to cast your ballot. Check out our resource page to find your ballot drop box, learn how you can still register, and find the propositions ACCFB is endorsing. Ending hunger starts at the polls: www.accfb.org/vote

We're here to support our community. If you or someone you know is in need of groceries due to Pacific Gas and Electric ...
10/25/2020

We're here to support our community. If you or someone you know is in need of groceries due to Pacific Gas and Electric Company's Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS), please call our Helpline at (510) 635-3663.

Learn more about preparing for upcoming PSPS events: https://pgealerts.alerts.pge.com/splash/

**** UPDATE OCOTBER 25, 10:45 AM ****

Due to Highest Winds and Driest Conditions of the Season, PG&E Will Turn Off Power for Safety to Approximately 361,000 Customers in Targeted Parts of 36 Counties and 17 Tribal Communities - Strong Winds Expected to Begin Sunday Morning Through Monday Morning, With Windy Conditions Lingering in Some Regions Through Early Tuesday

PG&E will de-energize certain electrical lines for safety starting this morning (Sunday, Oct. 25) as part of a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS). PG&E is calling a PSPS due to a significant, offshore wind event starting Sunday that is forecast to have the driest humidity levels and the strongest winds of the wildfire season thus far, that together create high risk of catastrophic wildfires.

The PSPS event will affect approximately 361,000 customers in targeted portions of 36 counties, including: Alameda, Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, Contra Costa, El Dorado, Fresno, Glenn, Humboldt, Kern, Lake, Madera, Marin, Mariposa, Mendocino, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Tehama, Trinity, Tuolumne, Yolo and Yuba. Some customers in 17 tribal communities will also be affected.

Some customers previously notified about the potential PSPS will not have their power turned off during this event. This is due to a combination of favorable changes in the weather forecast. Approximately 105,000 customers will not be turned off for this reason. Additionally, another 84,000 will remain energized through the event due to islanding, temporary generation, and other methods.
Affected counties and customers

Below is a list of customers who could potentially be affected by this PSPS event.

Alameda County: 16,329 customers, 795 Medical Baseline customers

Alpine County: 575 customers, 6 Medical Baseline customers
Amador County: 10,398 customers, 805 Medical Baseline customers
Butte County: 13,066 customers, 1,160 Medical Baseline customers
Calaveras County: 15,694 customers, 729 Medical Baseline customers
Colusa County: 565 customers, 32 Medical Baseline customers
Contra Costa County: 17,966 customers, 883 Medical Baseline customers
El Dorado County: 38,462 customers, 2,681 Medical Baseline customers
Fresno County: 4,712 customers, 408 Medical Baseline customers
Glenn County: 377 customers, 18 Medical Baseline customers
Humboldt County: 7,143 customers, 239 Medical Baseline customers
Kern County: 627 customers, 32 Medical Baseline customers
Lake County: 21,621 customers, 1,572 Medical Baseline customers
Madera County: 10,792 customers, 858 Medical Baseline customers
Marin County: 13,809 customers, 443 Medical Baseline customers
Mariposa County: 703 customers, 14 Medical Baseline customers
Mendocino County: 648 customers, 14 Medical Baseline customers
Napa County: 11,026 customers, 393 Medical Baseline customers
Nevada County: 40,246 customers, 2,445 Medical Baseline customers
Placer County: 17,017 customers, 1,060 Medical Baseline customers
Plumas County: 3,168 customers, 167 Medical Baseline customers
San Joaquin County: 10 customers, 0 Medical Baseline customers
San Mateo County: 3,671 customers, 93 Medical Baseline customers
Santa Clara County: 4,182 customers, 205 Medical Baseline customers
Santa Cruz County: 13,872 customers, 955 Medical Baseline customers
Shasta County: 24,746 customers, 1,967 Medical Baseline customers
Sierra County: 1,101 customers, 24 Medical Baseline customers
Siskiyou County: 57 customers, 0 Medical Baseline customers
Solano County: 1,597 customers, 96 Medical Baseline customers
Sonoma County: 23,464 customers, 1,164 Medical Baseline customers
Stanislaus County: 35 customers, 0 Medical Baseline customers
Tehama County: 6,470 customers, 544 Medical Baseline customers
Trinity County: 1,376 customers, 74 Medical Baseline customers
Tuolumne County: 30,327 customers, 2,220 Medical Baseline customers
Yolo County: 165 customers, 4 Medical Baseline customers
Yuba County: 4,666 customers, 365 Medical Baseline customers
Total*: 360,687 customers, 22,465 Medical Baseline customers
*The following Tribal Community counts are included within the County level detail above.

Big Sandy Rancheria Tribal Community: 61 customers, 2 Medical Baseline customers
Cold Springs Rancheria of Mono Indians Tribal Community: 54 customers, 5 Medical Baseline customers
Cortina Rancheria Tribal Community: 8 customers, 1 Medical Baseline customers
Dry Creek Rancheria Tribal Community: 8 customers, 0 Medical Baseline customers
Grindstone Rancheria Tribal Community: 49 customers, 3 Medical Baseline customers
Hoopa Valley Tribe Tribal Community: 1062 customers, 56 Medical Baseline customers
Jackson Rancheria Tribal Community: 28 customers, 0 Medical Baseline customers
Karuk Tribe Tribal Community: 42 customers, 0 Medical Baseline customers
Middletown Rancheria Tribal Community: 33 customers, 0 Medical Baseline customers
North Fork Rancheria Tribal Community: 25 customers, 3 Medical Baseline customers
Pit River Tribes Tribal Community: 8 customers, 0 Medical Baseline customers
Robinson Rancheria Tribal Community: 96 customers, 4 Medical Baseline customers
Shingle Springs Rancheria Tribal Community: 49 customers, 2 Medical Baseline customers
Stewarts Point Rancheria (Kashaya Pomo) Tribal Community: 22 customers, 2 Medical Baseline customers
Tuolumne Rancheria Tribal Community: 112 customers, 6 Medical Baseline customers
Upper Lake Rancheria Tribal Community: 28 customers, 2 Medical Baseline customers
Yurok Tribe Tribal Community: 87 customers, 4 Medical Baseline customers

Timeline for safety shutoffs
The de-energization will begin around 10 a.m. Sunday morning, beginning with customers in the Northern Sierra region. Shutoffs will continue through Monday into late evening.

Weather is expected to subside Monday morning for the majority of customers, and by Tuesday morning for the remainder. Once it does and it is safe to do so, PG&E will patrol the de-energized lines to determine if they were damaged during the wind event and repair any damage found. PG&E will then safely restore power in stages and as quickly as possible, with the goal of restoring power to nearly all customers within 12 daylight hours after severe weather has passed.

Resource for customers

Customer notifications
Customer notifications—via text, email and automated phone call—began Friday, Oct. 23, approximately two days prior to the potential shutoff. Additional notifications one day prior to the event took place Saturday, Oct. 24. Customers enrolled in the company’s Medical Baseline program who do not verify that they have received these important safety communications will be individually visited by a PG&E employee with a knock on their door when possible with a focus on customers who rely on electricity for critical life-sustaining equipment.

Community Resource Centers
To support our customers during this PSPS, PG&E will open 106 Community Resource Centers (CRCs). For customers with power turning off Sunday morning, CRCs will be open from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. today. All CRCs will operate from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. throughout the event. These temporary CRCs will be open to customers when power is out at their homes and will provide ADA-accessible restrooms, hand-washing stations, medical-equipment charging, WiFi; bottled water, grab-and-go bags and non-perishable snacks.
PG&E updates its CRC locations regularly. To find CRC locations, visit https://bit.ly/3kwRsyH.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all CRCs will follow important health and safety protocols including:

Facial coverings and maintaining a physical distance of at least six feet from those who are not part of the same household will be required at all CRCs.

Temperature checks will be administered before entering CRCs that are located indoors.

CRC staff will be trained in COVID-19 precautions and will regularly sanitize surfaces and use Plexiglass barriers at check-in.

All CRCs will follow county and state requirements regarding COVID-19, including limits on the number of customers permitted indoors at any time.

Besides these health protocols, customers visiting a CRC in 2020 will experience further changes, including a different look and feel. In addition to using existing indoor facilities, PG&E is planning to open CRCs at outdoor, open-air sites in some locations and use large commercial vans as CRCs in other locations. CRC locations will depend on a number of factors, including input from local and tribal leaders.
Online Resources for Customers

Customers can look up their address online to find out if their location is being monitored for the potential safety shutoff at https://bit.ly/31GgG6a.

PG&E’s emergency website https://bit.ly/3kuPKxE is now available in 13 languages. Currently, the website is available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, Russian, Vietnamese, Korean, Farsi, Arabic, Hmong, Khmer, Punjabi and Japanese. Customers will have the opportunity to choose their language of preference for viewing the information when visiting the website. In addition, PG&E’s contact center has translation services available in over 200 languages.
Customers who need in-language support over the phone can contact us by calling 1-833-208-4167.

For additional language support services including how to set language preference, select options for obtaining translated notifications, and receive other translated resources on PSPS, customers can visit https://bit.ly/3onhsPj. This website is also available in 13 languages as listed above.

Customers are encouraged to update their contact information and indicate their preferred language for notifications by visiting https://bit.ly/2J4tcGq or by calling 1-800-743-5000. PG&E’s contact center has translation services available in over 200 languages.

Tenants and non-account holders can sign up to receive PSPS ZIP Code Alerts for any area where you do not have a PG&E account by visiting https://bit.ly/3moDNtU.

PG&E has launched a new tool at its online Safety Action Center at https://bit.ly/3mlNg5w to help customers prepare. By using the “Make Your Own Emergency Plan” tool and answering a few short questions, visitors to the website can compile and organize the important information needed for a personalized family emergency plan.

Watch to learn more about PSPS decision-making process: https://bit.ly/31XG5c3
Watch to learn more about Preparing for Public Safety Power Shutoffs: https://bit.ly/2G3P03S
Watch: What is a Public Safety Power Shutoff: https://bit.ly/35Axhtg...

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7900 Edgewater Dr
Oakland, CA
94621

AC Transit 98 and 73 buses from Coliseum/Oakland Airport BART station

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Member of Feeding America and the California Association of Food Banks

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Monday 08:30 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:30 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:30 - 17:00
Thursday 08:30 - 17:00
Friday 08:30 - 17:00

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(510) 635-3663

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If you or someone you know is in need of food visit us Friday June 12th from 1:00-3:00PM for our weekly food bank at 2700 Fairmont Dr, San Leandro. Pull up in your car and our volunteers will load the FREE groceries into the trunk of your car with no contact! To sign up for free at-home delivery visit https://www.acdsal.org/
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We just did the Family Night at ACCFB. It was such a good experience for my son and I that we would like to do it again. We have friends that want to join us too. When will you have another family night??
Just signed up to make a recurring monthly donation to this amazing organization. Given what I spend a month on ice tea, it seems only fitting. No one is America should go to bed hungry and certainly, no child should. We can do better.
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Had a great time yesterday at the open house/volunteer work program. As a group, we packed up 15,000 lbs of Oranges and 7,700 pounds of sweet potatoes! Enough for 17,000 meals (if I'm remembering correctly)! Looking forward to seeing the photos since we didn't take any!