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We believe every child, adult and senior should have the opportunity to reach their full potential and live vibrant, productive lives. Our community, and our economy, must be inclusive of all.

Centered on these beliefs, our team works year-round with every level of government to end poverty and inequity. Whether we’re giving testimony at state budget hearings or hosting educational events to inspire action, we rely on a powerful group of community advocates and volunteers to amplify all of our voices.

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Learn more about new policy actions and available resources related to COVID -19.

What will it take to truly eradicate hunger in Alameda County?

The 2021 Policy Agenda, our boldest and most far-reaching yet, focuses on democratization, equity, and the redistributing of power and resources.

Advocacy Blog

Hunger is a LBTQIA+ Issue

By Christiana Oatman, Development Assistant This month, we’re celebrating Pride by learning about and honoring LGBTQIA1 culture and history. But we know that hunger is absolutely a queer issue – every month of the year.  According to

AAPI Heritage Month Statement & Resources

Attacks against members of our community are attacks on our mission. May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. We look forward to celebrating AAPI history, culture and contributions with you

Advocacy Works

The sound of cars funneling through the drive-through distribution could be heard in the background as Katherine Avila dialed into the virtual meeting with the assembly member. It was a busy day at this