Alameda Food Bank
P.O. Box 2167 Alameda, CA - 94501
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About Alameda Food Bank
Alameda Food Bank is a non-profit organization that helps Alameda residents in need by providing nourishing food in a compassionate and respectful manner with the support of dedicated volunteers and local partners. Food Distribution Hours Monday, Wednesday and Friday 1:00-4:00 Tuesday 4:30-6:30 This program is for city of Alameda residents only.
Hours of operation:
Monday 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Wednesday 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Friday 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Covenant House for the Youth - Bay Area Location
200 Harrison Street Oakland, CA - 94607
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About Covenant House for the Youth - Bay Area Location
Services: Food and Shelter for the youth homeless. Provides sanctuary and support for homeless and trafficked youth, ages 18-24. Shelter, food, clothes, education.
Mercy Brown Bag Program - Food Bank
3431 Foothill Boulevard Oakland, CA - 94601
About Mercy Brown Bag Program - Food Bank
They provide nutritious food for their neighbors in Alameda County, who are 60 years of age and older and have incomes that make up less than 150% of the federal poverty line.
California Association of Food Banks
1624 Franklin Street, Suite 722 Oakland, CA - 94612
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The California Association of Food Banks (CAFB) focuses on providing support to its 41 member food banks, improving the sharing of food resources, and bringing attention to the problem of hunger and its solutions.
The Alameda County Community Food Bank
P.O. Box 2599 Oakland, CA - 94621
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About The Alameda County Community Food Bank
The Food Bank alleviates 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, the Alameda County Community Food Bank has helped people in need.' Through a network of 300 community-based organizations, including food pantries and soup kitchens, the Food Bank provides food assistance to 40,000 people each week, including low-income and working poor adults, children, the elderly, people with disabilities, abuse survivors, people living with AIDS, and the homeless. In addition to food distribution, the Food Bank educates the community about the causes of hunger and poverty, advocates for policies that would improve the lives of low-income people and operates an emergency food referral hotline.