Each month, the Food Bank serves more than 116,000 neighbors - working families, children, and seniors. But after children, the biggest number of clients we support is seniors. They're grandparents, volunteers, and leaders in our community. However, the rising cost
We serve an immense need in Alameda County: 1 in 5 neighbors turn to us for support. To raise awareness and combat the issue, ACCFB, Walmart, and Feeding America are kicking off the sixth annual nationwide "Fight Hunger. Spark Change."
Hunger in our community is a problem the County of Alameda is determined to fight, and they're doing it through healthy competition. If you walked through any of the 19 participating county departments this spring, you'd have seen them transform
One evening in 2012, Joanne and her husband Richard were watching the news when a story came on saying the Food Bank needed volunteers. Being retired and looking for something to do, they signed up for a shift and started
By Suzan Bateson, Executive Director of ACCFB I've been thinking a lot about current events, how ACCFB fits in our community, and how well our current vision dovetails into making systemic change. We must look at systems, which brought our