In Alameda County, 325,000 people face hunger or live in poverty. Through our programs, volunteers and community partners serve those in need with direct services. From our Community Center to job training to food assistance, people are given the support needed to stabilize their lives and build a better future.
Men's and Women's Centers
Group Support Meetings
Hot Lunch 5 days a week
Workforce Readiness and Job Training
Vocational Skills Training
Job Placement Support
Professional Development Support