Resources – Education/Community

Free Government Phones (formerly Obama Phone)


Q Link Wireless will provide free cell phones and free monthly service through a special government program called Lifeline (also nicknamed Obama Phone).  You may qualify if you already receive government benefit programs like: Food Stamps (SNAP) Medicaid Federal Housing / Section 8 Assistance Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Veteran's Pension and Survivors Pension Program You

Knowing Financial Peace Class – Sept 19-Nov14


Meets in the Cornerstone Livermore Student Center from 6:30-8:30pm from September 19 - November 14. Financial Peace University (FPU) is a nine-week program that meets once a week for about 2 hours. The course is led by a coordinator but follows a format set by Radio Host and Best Selling Author, Dave Ramsey. Dave teaches

Eden Garden Project


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

International Institute of the Bay Area Legal (IIBA)


The International Institute of the Bay Area, IIBA is a non-profit that provides affordable immigration legal services to the Bay Area Community.  Immigration attorneys and Board of Immigration Appeals Accredited Representatives can help Bay Area residents determine if they are eligible for immigration relief, and represent them throughout the application process.  IIBA offers a variety

Pleasanton Adult & Career Education (PACE)


PACE oversees a range of adult learning opportunities, including English as a Second Language, high school equivalency, computer classes and other parenting/community education classes.   All new and returning student must register prior to signing up for classes.  Information collected by PACE is used for state funding and accountability purposes and is kept confidential. All

The Parent Project – 9/7 – 11/16 – by PUSD


A straightforward, step-by-step plan for preventing and/or intervening in your adolescent's negative choices Presented by PLEASANTON ADULT AND CAREER EDUCATION.  Empowering Parents.  Transforming Teens.  Cost $145 including workbook.   Scholarships are available to those in need by contacting our office at or (925) 463-0616.  Learn how to never argue with your child again.  Prevent

Co-Dependency Support Group


No matter how much we want to believe that the heart of co-dependency and recovery lies in the other person, the truth is that it lies in ourselves, in the way we allow other people's behaviors to affect us.  Replacing our self-worth in Christ with outside or external sources is not what God intended for

Literacy Tutor at Livermore Public Library


Two hours a week can change someone's life!  And it just might be yours! Become a Literacy Tutor at the Livermore Public Library and help adults who want to improve their basic reading and writing skills  or learn English as a Second Language.  No previous experience necessary.  After completing Tutor Training and undergoing a background

Pleasanton Reads Project – Learners & Volunteers


What is The Pleasanton Reads Project? The Pleasanton Reads Project provides instruction in basic literacy and English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) through free weekly tutoring and/or ESL Conversation Practice Groups for eligible adults Who can join? Learners:  The program is open to Pleasanton residents aged 18+ who are either native English speakers or ESL students and who read

Dublin Heritage Center – Volunteers


Do you want to share the history of Dublin with the community as a volunteer? Heritage Park and Museum offers many opportunities: museum docents, greeters, park tour guides, collections management, historical research, gardening and beautification, photography, tour guides, hands-on-history actors, and Kolb House monitors. With so many different volunteer opportunities, there’s sure to be something