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Advocacy News

How COVID-19 is affecting Communities of Color

As data on COVID-19 emerges, it’s clear that Communities of Color are being hit harder by the pandemic in Alameda County. Take a look at these maps created by our Research Team. One highlights

2020 Census: Can we count you in?

The 2020 Census count is underway. The Census is our country’s primary method of accounting for every member of our diverse community. We have a lot at stake in Alameda County. Census data and

Expanding our fleet to fight hunger

When it comes to healthy food, we believe it should be eaten – not wasted. That’s why you’ll see that statement in bold letters on the side of our new Food Recovery truck. The