Our Big Heart Garden produces seasonal, organic produce for our neighbors in need through the Interfaith Food Pantry. Gardener Sue Vincent, together with a group of local youth and other volunteers, plant, maintain and harvest tomatoes, squash, beans, peppers, lettuce and other greens, along with tending our five fruit trees growing in the 70 foot
Kitchen helpers, servers and food donations are needed for this breakfast, held every Sunday morning to serve the homeless and low income in our community (usually between 50-60 people). Building relationships with our guests is one of our goals and we try to join them at the tables and eat alongside them. The food is all donated by our
Volunteers are a vital part of our efforts to help 1 in 5 Alameda County residents including children, seniors, and entire families. Our warehouse and office are abuzz with hunger relief activity; and your help is needed more than ever. Alameda County Community Food Bank thrives on the support of employees from over 350 companies.
Valley Children's Museum is a start-up play-based learning facility with temporary location and activities in Dublin. Free hands-on crafts are offered for children up to age 10 at Dublin's Emerald Glen Park and at festivals and events throughout the Tri-Valley. We are looking for volunteers to assist at upcoming activities as follows: Help set up
Partners for Change. This national program provides mentors (Allies) to individuals in poverty seeking to change their lives by achieving financial self-sufficiency. After completing a 14-20 week life skills course, participants are expected to contribute to the community completing the circle with action. The Circle meets regularly to build friendships (Wednesdays, 6:00 PM- 8:00 PM),
Valley Children's Museum mission is to spark the adventure of life-long learning for children and their grown-ups by providing opportunities for educational play for children, families and school groups through fun, interactive exhibits and programs. This unique community resource provides an enriching atmosphere in which to explore a multitude of cultures and learn about the
You can meet someone’s need by donating a bicycle you or a family member no longer uses to the Del Valle High School Bicycle Repair Class! Students earn credit while repairing and tuning up the donated bicycles. Then the bikes are available for donation to those in need in the Tri-Valley. Contact: email Paul Gresecchi at Del Valle
The City of Pleasanton offers a variety of ways you can lend a helping hand to make a difference in your community. From becoming a junior lifeguard to serving lunch to seniors, there is an opportunity for everyone to share their time with others. No matter your age of level of experience, you too can