Distributes Food The First Saturday Of Every Month From 1-2pm. Clients Need To Bring Proof Of Alameda County Residence And Their Own Grocery Bag. Different Food Items Are Available, Including Groceries As Well As Ready-to-eat Foods For Homeless Individuals. Is A Member Of The Alameda County Community Food Bank.
Alameda County Residents.
Walk in to register and sign log prior to entering food line. Proof of Alameda County residence required. For other services, referrals provided.
Assists Unemployed, Senior Citizens And Working Low-income Individuals By Providing Food. Also Offers Activities For Senior Citizens. Food Boxes Are Given By Walking Or With A Referral From The Alameda County Department Of Social Services. Food Services May Only Be Used One Time A Month. Also See Usda Commodity And Food Programs Record. Car Donation Program Is Offered At Selected Centers. Please Call 510-451-4514, And Someone Will Call Back Within 24-48 Hours To Set Up A Pick Up Time. Car Acceptance Is Determined On A Case By Case Basis, Depending On Which Center Is Picking It Up. Also Provides Backpacks And School Supplies To Children Attending School In Either Hayward, Castro Valley, Or San Lorenzo Unified School Districts. Must Show Proof. Call For Information.
Call Monday, Wednesday, And Friday, 9-10am, Reach Screening;monday-friday, 9-4
Low-income, Castro Valley, Hayward And San Lorenzo Resident, Picture Id, Proof Of Residency.
Provides A Sanctuary House, Assistance With Basic Needs And Community Orientation For Spanish Speaking Or Latin American Refugees And Immigrants And Children With Parents. Eligibility Determined On A Case By Case Basis. Offers 9 Beds And Meals Free Of Charge To House Guests For 2-4 Months, With A 2 Month Average. Offers Companionship And Volunteer Assistance In Meeting Legal, Employment, Permanent Housing, Physical And Mental Health Needs. Serves As A Community Center Offering Religious And Social Events, And Educational Talks On Immigrant Issues. Also Serves Hot Meals Two Times A Week Between 11am And 2pm Mondays And Wednesdays To Anyone Who Comes To The Door. On Thursdays They Offer A Grocery Give Away, Numbers Are Distributed At 10am And Groceries Are Distributed At 11:30am. Also They Offer Esl Classes On Weekday Mornings And Evenings. Morning Classes Are Monday, Tuesday,wednesday, Friday 10am To 11:30am, Evening Classes Are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 7pm To 8:30pm, Call (510) 533-7375 For Registration Information.
Spanish Speaking Immigrant Or Refugee Recently Arrived In The United States With A Desire To Find Employment, Age 20 Or Over. Priority Given To Homeless Person, Woman And Those Without Resources Or Job. Eligibility Determined On A Case By Case Basis.
Offers Emergency Food, As Well As Clothing And Personal Care Items. Provides Food Packages Containing Three Days Of Food. Operates Food Pantry, Requiring Referral From The Alameda County Department Of Social Services Or Based On Income Screening. accepts Donations Of Personal Care Items Such As Soap, Deodorant And Toothpaste, Nonperishable Food, Produce, Books, Formula, Diapers, Clothing. Items Must Be Clean And Serviceable. Agency Prefers Donations To Be Dropped Off. Volunteers Urgently Needed.
Provides Food Pantry, Clothing, Back To School Supplies, Women's Support Group And Youth Program, Holistic Health Care, Acupuncture And Massage Therapy, Referral To Other Agencies, And Furniture And Household Essentials To Needy Families Who Live Or Work In Southern San Mateo Or Northern Santa Clara County.
Also Every 3rd Saturday 11am-1pm.
Families In Need, Who Live Or Work In Southern San Mateo Or Northern Santa Clara County.
Provides Grocery Bags To Families On monday, Tuesday And Wednesday. food Boxes are Available To Low-income Individuals And Families Primarily To Oakland Residents With Qualifying Incomes. Provides Warm Coats (call For Distribution Day), Turkeys Or Chickens And Bags Of "fixings" To Families During The Holidays; Sponsors Families For Christmas Presents.
Monday-friday, 9-5; Saturday, 8-12
Low-income Families, Seniors And Other Individuals.
Walk-in, by phone to apply. Provide information including household size and income information.
Alcohol Dependency Support Groups, General Clothing Provision, General Health Education Programs for Breast Cancer, Homeless Drop In Centers, Occasional Emergency Food Assistance for Single Room Occupancy Housing Residents, Personal/Grooming Supplies, Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities for Men, Soup Kitchens, Transitional Housing/Shelter for Men