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Counting on our Community: Why the 2020 Census matters

2020 is a critical year. One of the biggest reasons for us: it’s time for the U.S. Census. The census is our country’s primary method of accounting for every member of our diverse community. We have a lot at

2020-02-10T19:59:39+00:0010 Feb, 2020|Advocacy, News, Uncategorized|

Sandra’s Story

Sandra stands in her black rubber rain boots in preparation for rain. She asked to only be identified by her first name. For 13 years, Alameda County Community Food Bank has hosted a legislative breakfast – now lunch –

2020-02-11T21:18:07+00:007 Feb, 2020|Advocacy|

Eat to beat hunger

Oakland Restaurant Week is back for its 10th anniversary. From Jan. 9-20, you can revisit old favorites, dine somewhere new, or try something different. For one delicious week in January, you can enjoy all the incredible food Oakland has to

2020-01-06T23:42:51+00:006 Jan, 2020|Uncategorized|

3 New Year’s resolutions that make a lasting impact

The start of the New Year is a great time to set goals for the months to come. It's an opportunity to reflect and make change. This year, fill your resolution list with easy goals that give back to the

2020-01-02T20:39:36+00:002 Jan, 2020|Uncategorized|