Serving our community for 35 years, we’ve experienced a lot – but nothing quite like this. Each hour brings a new wall to climb; a new canyon to traverse. This is why we’re here – and why we’re grateful for
Volunteers make a powerful impact every day at the Food Bank. For more than a decade, MUFG Union Bank volunteers have been among the ranks of people helping to get critical meals out into the community. Since partnering with us
Lead Volunteer John Koch doesn’t mind spending his Saturday mornings in our warehouse. “It’s a really small thing to do that helps a lot. Coming in for a few hours on a Saturday can have a big impact,” he said.
Karen Long has been a Food Bank supporter for more than a decade, and she’s passionate about ending hunger in Alameda County. Through volunteering in our warehouse, answering calls on our Helpline, and donating regularly, Karen has found many ways
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