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Impact

With an extensive network of helpful neighbors, dedicated staff and committed supporters, SVdP delivers direct assistance to those in Alameda County who need a helping hand but don't simply want a hand out.

  • More than 150,000 people receive services annually¬†from SVdP
  • In fiscal year 2012-13, SVdP served over 185,000 hot meals to men, women and children who otherwise would have gone hungry
  • The Kitchen of Champions culinary training program graduated 67 students in fiscal year 2012-13
  • Over 300 people attended Job Club through the Champion Workforce program in fiscal year 2012-13; Champion Workforces an average of 60 transitional employment jobs at SVdP annually
  • In 2010, nearly 500,000 pounds of electronic waste were diverted, over 1 million pounds of materials were recycled, and almost 6 million pounds of materials were reused
  • Volunteers logged in over 25,000 hours of service last year

For more information, read our latest Annual Report.

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