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About Us

Alameda County Community Food Bank has achieved notable success in recent years — and is currently responding to an incredible increase in need in our community due to the pandemic and recession. Even with a passionate network of more than 300 agency partners serving more clients — and distributing more food than ever before, we’ve expanded our services even further to meet the growth in need … and we need your help!

With our new strategic plan, we are setting a bold trajectory for the long-term work required to dismantle the systems that perpetuate poverty, including racism. Our staff regularly engage in conversations about race, class, power and privilege as part of our organizational commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion.

We’re committed to creating a healthy, prosperous and just community. We invite you to read our Equity & Inclusion Statement.

Benefits Summary

The Food Bank offers rewarding employment opportunities for people who want to make a difference in their community. More than 100 Food Bank employees work together to provide food assistance to Alameda County families and advocate for policies that end hunger and its root causes. See our benefits summary >>

Alameda County Community Food Bank honors our differences and is committed to creating a workplace that celebrates and reflects the diversity of our Community. Applicants who contribute to this diversity are strongly encouraged to apply. ACCFB provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, ACCFB complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the ACCFB has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

Note: ACCFB does not have the resources to sponsor visas, nor any open positions eligible for the H-1B program.

What do you do at the Food Bank? I help to facilitate both traditional food drives and Virtual Food Drives. I encourage businesses, civic groups, and individuals to host our iconic barrels to collect healthy food. And, I assist those who wish to host a Virtual Food Drive, where funds raised are used to help us purchase our most needed food items.

What do you look forward to when you come to work? Each day brings an opportunity to bring my passion to our mission, to make certain that no one goes hungry in Alameda County. I enjoy sharing that with our donors. As one who was born and raised in Alameda County, the ability to take part in uplifting our community is personal.

What’s your favorite part about working at the Food Bank? It’s a pleasure to see the commitment of our donors, knowing that they see the Food Bank as an organization vital to our community and want to join us in the work.

What do you do at the Food Bank? As the Regional Partnership Manager, I work to support our partners in the South and East County. My role is responsible for building and managing relationships with those serving neighbors in need in our county. I also work to ensure my community has a sustained source of safe food.

What do you look forward to when you come to work? Everyday working at the Food Bank is different. Working with so many partners presents new issues, challenges, and opportunities daily. Hearing our partner’s stories of success and impact keeps me passionate about ending hunger even in the busiest times.

What’s your favorite part about working at the Food Bank? Working at the Food Bank helps me see my role in the community. I am so proud of the work we do and the impact of my job and entire Programs Team. I am especially excited by the role the Food Bank plays in improving both the environment and hunger.

What do you do at the Food Bank? Leading the inventory and distribution team to focus on areas that need food throughout Alameda County. Also, develop, manage, and maintain the integrity of the Food Bank’s inventory practices and procedures.

What do you look forward to when you come to work? I’m proactively working with our network agencies, other nonprofit organizations, and government agencies to find food desert areas in Alameda County. This ensures people who live in those areas are fed.

What’s your favorite part about working at the Food Bank? We send food to children, adults, and seniors who live in our community every day to make sure they don’t worry about where their next meal will come from.

Benefits Summary

We offer an outstanding benefit package including:

  • Medical: ACCFB pays 100% for employees and 93% for dependents for our Kaiser HMO. Buy-up to Blue Shield PPO option available.
  • Dental: 100% employer-paid for employees and their dependents.
  • Vision: Paid by employees.
  • Paid time off, starting at: 10 vacation days, 12 sick days, 11 holidays, and four paid early closures annually.
  • Pre-tax Flexible Spending and Commuter Accounts.
  • Employer-paid life, A&DD & LTD insurance, as well as buy-up options for increased coverage.
  • 403(b) plan available on the first day with employer match after one year. Fully vested at three years.
  • Employee Assistance Program for employees and dependents.
  • Free ongoing 1:1 financial coaching and a short-term loan program without interest, service fees and/or credit requirements.

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