We’re grateful for your support during these unprecedented times.
Our goal remains ensuring our community has consistent and safe access to the nutrition resources it needs. As an emergency response organization, we regularly prepare to mitigate potential disruptions to our programs and services.
Visit our COVID-19 emergency response page for updates.
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Alameda County Community Food Bank has been at the forefront of hunger relief efforts in the Bay Area since 1985. The Food Bank serves 1 in 4 Alameda County residents by distributing food through a network of approximately 400 food pantries, soup kitchens, and other community organizations, as well as direct distribution and COVID-relief programs including school-based, home delivery, and drive-through distributions. This year, the Food Bank will distribute the equivalent of 45 million meals. In addition to its extensive emergency food programming, ACCFB’s hunger-relief efforts include California’s largest CalFresh (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) outreach department and a robust advocacy team that works with elected officials to seek long-term solutions to hunger and poverty. Alameda County Community Food Bank was named Feeding America’s Food Bank of the Year in 2016, and for 16 consecutive years has received Charity Navigator’s top rating — Four Stars — ranking the organization among the top 1 percent of charities nationwide.