Our hard working CityServe staff is always here to serve you. Call our offices, 925-233-6947, for assistance. We are thankful for each relationship - client and community partners! We look forward to more community spirit and joint efforts as we address the very urgent human services needs in our Tri-Valley in this new year ahead!
Jill Lorentz and Marielle Evans from CityServe at the January 19 Pleasanton Make a Difference Festival volunteer connection event at the Pleasanton Library. Many good conversations happened. Make A Difference For Pleasanton programs are designed to build Community, Health, and Wellness in Pleasanton and the Tri-Valley area of California. Interested adults, teens and family volunteers
These great guys spent 5 hours of their Thursday afternoon picking up furniture donations from 2 San Ramon families (beds, dining sets, dresser, sofas, chairs) & delivered them to a formerly homeless family who we just moved into a below market rental apt! An empty apartment turned into a well-furnished home!! Thank you donors &
We love to share success stories with you because it's due to your generosity and support that we can help those who need it most. CityServe was able to secure a 3 bedroom apartment for a single mom and her children at the end of August! We have the wonderful City of Livermore City Hall
The Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce selected CityServe to receive their "Excellence in Service Award" Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at the Community Service Awards Event. CityServe was honored for their commendable work with seniors, homeless prevention, and their referrals to other Alameda and Tri-Valley services to people living in the Tri-Valley area. Gloria Gregory, Executive Director,
Moxie Matters is a national tour by well-known speaker/author Jen Hatmaker of the book "Of Mess and Moxie" and singer Nichole Nordeman. At each event they choose a local woman to feature through a 10 minute interview mid-program. Our own Gloria Gregory was chosen for the event February 7 at Cross Winds and was interviewed
We are so very blessed to have you as part of our family. Thank you for making the holidays a little brighter for those in need through your donations. The Pop-Up Shop was a huge success as you can see from the smile on this little girl's face.
The Real Estate Alliance of Livermore adopted CityServe for their Holiday Party and Auction November 30, 2017. They raised $6,200 for CityServe. "We are so thrilled to receive this gift to provide help to Livermore families in crisis situations," said Gloria Gregory, CityServe Executive Director.
Kelly Bowers, Ed.D., Superintendent of Livermore Schools, pictured with Graciela Pena at a recent Tri-Valley Anti-Poverty Coalition luncheon. In the November 2017 Grapevine Newsletter from Livermore Kelly stated: "I want to thank the organizations in our community that support our students and families, often in ways that others cannot see. Our Child Welfare Aids collaborate