Help fight hunger.
Join Food from the Bar and register today.

Every year from May 1 – 31, law firms and members of the legal community come together for a friendly competition to provide food for families in Alameda County.

The Food From the Bar campaign comes at just the right time. Summer is one of our busiest times, as parents who depend on the free and reduced-price lunch program during the school year often struggle to provide additional meals for their children once school is out. The funds you raise will support local families facing hunger — this summer and year-round.

“The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office is proud to partner with Food from the Bar and Alameda County Community Food Bank on this important and meaningful mission. If we all do our part, we will put an end to hunger this summer!”

Nancy O’Malley
District Attorney for Alameda County, California

Here’s how you can help:

Donate Funds

Sign your firm up for a fundraiser. You’ll have your own customized page.

Donate Food

Host a food drive barrel to collect healthy staples like peanut butter and canned tuna.

Volunteer

Spend three hours sorting food to provide tens of thousands of meals for our community.

REGISTER NOW

“Now more than ever we value the Alameda County Community Food Bank as a partner in providing the critical safety net for low-income residents of Alameda County.”

Tiela Chalmers
CEO and General Counsel, Alameda County Bar Association
and the Volunteer Legal Services Corporation

Visit your team page
and start fundraising!

Tips and resources
to begin fundraising

Visit our FAQ page
for answers

Questions? Please contact Katherine Avila at fooddrive@accfb.org
or (510) 635-3663 ext. 358.

Legal Community Partners

Nancy O’Malley
District Attorney for Alameda County, California

Tiela Chalmers
CEO and General Counsel for the Alameda County Bar Association and the Volunteer Legal Services Corporation

Lauren Tate
Owner, Tate & Associates

Ann Spears
Civil Litigator, Mediation
and Arbitration Specialist