Thank you for your interest in learning more about our work. We are so glad that so many students are eager to understand the Food Bank’s mission, and have chosen to study food insecurity and poverty in our community.
We would like to accommodate as many students projects as possible. However, due to our current resources being limited by COVID-19 emergency response efforts, we have limited ability to offer additional assistance at this time. Please consider these alternative ways of learning about our work:
- Check out our publications page. Our annual reports, impact reports, and newsletters have ample information about our work and about hunger in Alameda County. You can also learn from our “By the Numbers” page.
- Read about our response to COVID-19. Learn about our emergency efforts, the safety precautions we’re taking, and how you can help.
Thanks again for your interest in our work!
RECIPE: Vida and Piper’s Cash-Making Lemonade
By Vida Leon-Burns & Piper Miura Monthly donors Alma and Megan are the proud parents of Vida, 11, and Mateo, 5. Last year, Vida and her friend Piper raised close to $200 through
Community Power Leads to Advocacy Wins
An Invitation to Hunger Action Week By 6:45 on a surprisingly chilly May morning in 2019, the St. Mary’s Center parking lot was already starting to fill up with people who were drowsy
Creating Food Sovereignty with Food Recovery
We’ve all heard the expression, “Don’t waste food while people are hungry.” We agree — and we’re acting on that value through our Food Recovery Program (FRP). According to the USDA, 30 to 40