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Eden Garden Project

2017-08-14T00:01:26+00:00

Eden Garden offers opportunities to provide fresh, organic, seasonal produce grown in our garden on our Freisman Rd. property to local area charitable organizations.   Volunteer opportunities  include planting seedlings, prepping to build: new beds, fencing, a greenhouse and lay irrigation and electrical.   No skill required.  The community is invited to help.  For more

Parkinson’s Support Groups- Pleasanton

2017-08-13T23:43:02+00:00

Monthly Parkinson's Support Groups are available in the Tri-Valley. When: second Saturday of each month, 10:00 AM - Noon Where:  Pleasanton Senior Center, 5353 Sunol Blvd., Pleasanton Contact: Norm and Jackie Bardsley, 925-831-9940 A group exercise class for Parkinson's Disease and other neurological & mobility challenges is also offered. When: Thursdays, 9 AM - 10

Blankets 4 Kids – Donations/Fleece Material

2017-08-13T23:32:29+00:00

Blankets 4 Kids an established nonprofit organization, 501(C)(3) that meets at Ridge View Commons in Pleasanton, seeks individuals to assist with time to create soft, cuddly blankets that are distributed to local police departments and social service agencies for neglected, abused and at-risk children. The all-volunteer organization relies on donations to purchase fleece for the

Family Emergency Shelter Coalition (FESCO)

2017-08-13T23:11:23+00:00

Founded in 1986, Family Emergency Shelter Coalition, (FESCO) by a coalition of area churches and community members in Mid-Alameda County serves low/extremely low-income homeless families with food, emergency, transitional, and permanent housing and supportive services in furtherance  of its mission to move these families towards self-sufficiency and permanent housing. FESCO serves single mothers with children,

Spectrum Community Services, HEAP (Home Energy Assistance Program) & Weatherization

2017-08-13T23:03:30+00:00

Spectrum Community Services Inc., administers federally-funded programs to help low-income household pay their energy bills (HEAP, Home Energy Assistance Program) and provide energy-savings measures (Low Income Weatherization Assistance Program) to people who meet the eligibility requirements.  See website for application packet and/or application pick up locations in Dublin, Pleasanton, Livermore. HEAP :  (510) 881-0300 ext 216,

Love Never Fails

2017-08-13T22:56:41+00:00

Love Never Fails is committed to restoration, education and protection of youth involved or at risk of becoming involved in domestic sex trafficking.  This 501 (c)(3) offers housing, education, mentoring & health services, workforce development, street outreach, missing person search and community activism. Volunteers:   Join us for our monthly action network meetings on the 1st

AIDS Housing Information Project (AHIP)

2017-08-13T22:49:45+00:00

AHIP is a program of Eden I & R ( 211) that serves the Alameda County community, and is funded by Alameda County HCD and the City of Oakland HOPWA Grant.  Eden I & R (Information & Referral) is a non-profit agency committed to linking Alameda County families with a range of community resources. AHIP

Regional Center for the East Bay, RCEB

2017-08-13T22:42:48+00:00

Regional Center of the East Bay, (RCEB) serves people of all ages with developmental disabilities.  RCEB also serve infants and toddlers with developmental delay as well as those who are at high risk for developmental disability or those who have an established risk for developmental disability. The RCEB is one of 21 Regional Centers that

Lawyer Referral Service, Alameda County Bar Association

2017-08-13T22:36:27+00:00

The ACBA Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) can match you with a pre-screened Alameda County Lawyer qualified to help you with your legal issues. LRS phones are open from 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., and 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.   If you call after hours, you can leave a message and we will

Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley Volunteers

2017-10-14T17:47:54+00:00

We believe that everyone deserves a decent place to live. We create opportunities for families to transform their lives, gaining the strength, stability, and self-reliance they need to build a better future. Working together as a community, we build homes with affordable mortgages, repair and rehabilitate existing homes, counsel first-time homebuyers, and revitalize neighborhoods in