ALAMEDA COUNTY RESOURCES IF YOU NEED THEM
Tri-City Volunteers 37350 Joseph Street, Fremont, CA 510-793-4583 provides emergency food, clothing and furniture. Bag lunches are available during office hours. Call or drop in during business hours M-F 8:30-noon or 1-4:30 p.m.
Alameda County Social Services at the Fremont Family Resource Center, 39155 Liberty Street, C330, Fremont, 510-670-0000; general assistance, and food stamps.
Fremont Family Resource Center at 39155 Liberty Street, Fremont, 510-574-2021, a one-stop center with multiple assistance agencies all in one place; start at the Welcome Center in Suite A110.
Centerville Free Dining Room 4360 Central Avenue, Fremont, 510-793-9063 hot, nutritional, free meals served Tuesday and Thursdays 4-6 p.m. by community volunteers to all ages. To be served, please arrive at the dining room between 3-6 p.m. on Tuesdays or Thursdays.
Tri-City Free Breakfast Program Irvington Presbyterian Church, 41020 Chapel Way, Fremont 510-6573133 serves a hot, nutritious breakfast to hungry people three mornings each week, M W F between 7-9 a.m
Our volunteers are ages 18-80+ and come from all walks of life. We have opportunities to match your schedule. Call (510) 894-0370, email info@LifeElderCare.org, or reach out to one of the program volunteer coordinators listed below. You can also sign up online.
Drivers for Meals on Wheels
Volunteer Coordinator: Tammy
You will be joining a crowd of wonderful people from all over the Tri-Cities who deliver nutritious meals to older adults. Do it twice a month, once a week, or every day. We also need people on our sub list for when others call in. It’s 2-hours (10 am-noon) for as many weekdays as you like. Meals are delivered to older adults in Fremont, Newark, and Union City.
Transportation Program Drivers
Volunteer Coordinator: Andrea M.
Pick up an older adult at their home, take them shopping or to an appointment. Some need visual guidance, a steady arm, or help reaching for groceries. Rides take about 2 hours each. Flexible weekday scheduling.
Volunteer Coordinator: Linda
You are able to see the biographies of older adults and choose the one you think you would like as a friend. Volunteers give 2 hours per week at whatever time suits both people. You will love doing this!
211 Alameda County
For help with ANY health or human service need in Alameda County, call 211.
39055 Hastings St #208
Fremont, CA 94538
Volunteering During Covid-19 Crisis
In these times especially — the health, safety and well-being of all — is our top priority. If you are a volunteer who is 65+ or caring for/living with anyone who is 65+ — please DO NOT VOLUNTEER.
If you are showing symptoms or are in close contact with anyone showing symptoms — please DO NOT VOLUNTEER. We would like you to stay home and stay safe.
We have modified distribution of food — to enable us to intentionally run on a small crew of volunteers during our regular hours. We only require a small number of volunteers on site at any given time.
If you want to be put on a wait list to volunteer — please email your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org. Stephanie will call you if we need help at short notice.
Thank you so much for your support!
OTHER WAYS TO HELP: We are in urgent need of Brown Paper Grocery Bags to ensure that we can get food to all those in need right now. You can either drop them off at 37350 Joseph Street, Fremont, CA (Monday—Thursday 9.30a.m—3.30p.m
Alameda County Community Food bank
FOOD DISTRIBUTION VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
In response to a surge in need we were seeking volunteers to help on a recurring basis with food distributions in Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, San Leandro, San Lorenzo and Tri-Valley.
(Days, times and responsibilities vary)
Please email email@example.com with “Food Distributions” in the subject line if you are able to help.
Here is a link to Fremont government services that are being offered. The services include showers, meals, and laundry services for free.