As we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic together, one thing is clear: we’ll be here to support our community for as long as we’re needed. As schools and businesses close, we know communities depending on us will be the most impacted: families whose children rely on school lunches, neighbors whose hours are cut or jobs are lost, and seniors who look to the Food Bank for groceries.
These are unprecedented times, but we’re grateful for our community joining together to ensure our neighbors have access to groceries. Thanks to the generosity of businesses and corporations in our community – and you – we’ll be there to meet the growing need.
Here are a few ways you can make a difference
Eat to beat hunger
Brown Sugar Kitchen
When you purchase a Brown Sugar Kitchen gift card, 10% of the sales will come to us. Brown Sugar Kitchen is open for carry out 12-5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.
When you order curbside pickup or delivery from Faz Pleasanton, they’ll donate 15% of proceeds to ACCFB.
Local Food Adventures
Local Food Adventures has supported the Food Bank for several years. They’ve put together curated gift boxes featured favorites from their Oakland and East Bay food tours. Right now, they’re donating 5% of sales from gift cards and Local Love and Little Love gift boxes. Just use code FOODBANKLOVE.
While you’re shopping
Billie Joe Armstrong
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong started “No Fun Mondays” when he covers songs. His covers of “I Think We’re Alone Now” and “War Stories” are available together as a 7″. Proceeds will benefit our Food Bank.
Sora Designs created a collection of jewelry called #EndHunger x Foodie Jewelry. 100% of the profits from the collection are donated to ACCFB.
Modern Shibori has added handmade face masks to their collection. A portion of each mask sold is donated to ACCFB to help provide meals to children out of school.
Local printmaker and illustrator, Rigel Stuhmiller, has a line of stationary, gifts, and homegoods featuring her artwork. 5 cents of every item sold is donated to our Food Bank.
Miles for Meals
Cal State East Bay’s head basketball coach Bryan Rooney is leading a cause called “Miles for Meals.” It’s a challenge of running one mile per hour in a 24 hour period. You can participate individually, or break off into teams and rotate runners. If running isn’t your thing, you can still make a donation. All donations come directly to our Food Bank.
We’re so grateful to our community partners who have supported our emergency response
While we’re social distancing, you can still hang out with your favorite elephant. Stomper made custom videos for the Oakland A’s fans. Throughout April, proceeds from these videos benefited ACCFB.
Singer/songwriter Kehlani put together mystery boxes filled with items from her clothing line in April.. A portion of proceeds from the boxes came to our Food Bank.
In honor of 510 day, Oakland Marathon hosted a virtual 5k in partnership with the A’s. Proceeds benefited ACCFB. Celebrate Oakland and the East Bay on 510 Day with a virtual 5k to benefit ACCFB. In partnership with the Oakland A’s, Oakland Marathon is hosted this special event on May 10.
During April, Nella Terra Cellars donated 30% of all sales to ACCFB.
Blue Bottle Coffee
For a limited time, Blue Bottle is re-released one of their favorite blends. A portion from every bag or bundle of the Neighbor Blend was donated to support our emergency efforts.
Lauren Wolf Jewelry
Throughout April, Lauren Wolf Jewelry donated a portion of proceeds to ACCFB.